Saturday golfers switch to Sunday

Glacier Greens course frozen on Dec. 6, so men's club plays on Dec. 7

Parts of the course were still frozen on Saturday, so 59 Glacier Greens Men’s Club played Sunday, Dec. 7 under nice weather.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross – Chuck Kennedy 72, Stan Mills 73, James Dickson 74. Low net – Marty Barbaro 66, Warren Brandson 68 c/b, Karl Cameron 68. Snips – #1 and and #15 Stan Mills, #5 Richard Martin, #11 Mackenzie Osborne, #12 and #17 James Dickson, #14 Warren Brandson.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross – Keith Allan 79, Lyle Torrie 85, Peter Hill 86. Low net – Glenn Horsepool, Al Murray c/b, John Pringle 71. Snips – #4 Keith Allan, #11 Randy Doan.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross -Joe Dunham 89, Jim Clark 91 c/b, Chris Bard 91. Low net – Peter Leskovich 70 c/b, Philip Ball 70, Henry Bondy 71. Snips – #8 Gary Wood, #17 Philip Ball.

There was no Ben Gill Challenge on #15 this week and let’s hope we get to play next week.

– Glacier Greens Golf


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