Saturday golfers play on Sunday, too

Glacier Greens men looking forward to Turkey Shoot on Nov. 17

Glacier Greens Saturday morning golf was played on Nov. 9 and Nov. 10. On Saturday 16 men played in the rain and Sunday 29 played with no rain. No POG this week and a reminder to all that Saturdays till spring it’s 9:30 shotgun start.

Here are the results:

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Barry Norris 74, Darrell Fieber 76 c/b. Low net Richard Martin 66, Al Cabilan 69. Snips: #6 & #9 Dave Wacowich, #14 Willie Oliver, #15 Steve Blacklock, #18 Al Cabilan.

Hcp. 11-17: Low gross Adrian Haut 78 c/b, Mike Gibbs 84. Low net Chuck Brown 65, Norm Fellbaum 71. Snips: #10 & #11 Chuck Brown, #13 Lyle Torrie, #18 Mike Pollock.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross Andy Clark 90, William Chiki 94. Low net Judd Bettle 70, Gary Wood 71. No snips.

Let’s hope the weather next week is better, but it is November. Also Nov. 17 there is a Turkey Shoot.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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