Rain a pain for Glacier Greens men

Field of 68 shows up for Saturday Morning Men's golf

Saturday Morning Men’s play at Glacier Greens on April 27 saw early rain keep a few golfers away, with only 68 playing.

A Flight: Gross – Jeff Edwards 72, Rob Borland 73, Darrell Fieber 74. Net – Mike Worley 65, Jim Livingstone 68 CB, Chris Kalnay 68. Snips: Chris Kalnay #1, Darrell Fieber #14, Chuck Kennedy #17, Richard Martin #18.

B Flight: Gross – Wayne Ogilvie 78, Ferg Webster 79, Rudge Wilson 83. Net – Adrian Haut 65 CB, Ross Dowe 65, Nick Mykitiuk 69. Snips: Mike Pollock #2, Paul Schroeder #5, Adrian Haut #6 & #17, Ferg Webster #10, Nick Mykitiuk #16.

C Flight: Gross – Bob Marshall 83, Bill Krier 85, Andy Clark 87. Net – Jim Perry 66 CB, Dave Buckley-Jones 66, Alan Richards 67. Snips: Henry Bonde #5, Bob Marshall #15.

The new Saturday format is now in effect.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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