Scramble format for Glacier Greens Tuesday men

Edwards, Haut, Dufault, Mabee and Mann win on a count back

 

 

 

 

On Tuesday evening blustery winds and cool temperatures made playing conditions difficult for the 28 Glacier Greens men who turned out for the evening’s golf.

A scramble format had the two highest handicapped golfers playing off the forward tees with the remainder of the team playing the middle tees. When the last score was tallied, the winners with a score of -4 on a countback were Bob Edwards, Adrian Haut, Claud Dufault, Wayne Mabee and Doug Mann. Taking second place was the team of Dave Wacowich, Jim Loring, Fred Williams, Stan Kirkland and Doug Messer.

Hole prize winners: #1 sponsored by Aero Art Screenprinting, Dan Dupuis; #2 Bill Kelly Pro Shop, Murray Polson; #3 Coulter’s Automotive Repair, Leo Lamothe; #4 Scott Fraser/Royal Lepage Real Estate, Fred Williams; #5 The Griffin Pub, John Lahey; #6 Billy D’s Pub, Doug Mann; #7 Panago Pizza, Wayne Mabee; #8 Chips Ahoy, Fred Williams and #9 Yiamas Greek Taverna, Doug Messer.

There were three snips awarded: #1 the Chuck Kennedy team, #3 the Gary McGregor foursome and #7 the Bob Edwards crew.

Several draw prizes were also awarded with Doug Mann winning the granite cutting board donated by Dave Wacowich of Quick and Easy Granite. The other prizes were generously donated by The Wine Cottage, Westview Ford, Chad’s West Coast Grill, Brian McLean Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Jo Klassen’s Grill and A-Lure Barber Shop.

After six weeks of play, the leader of the Scott Fraser/Royal Lepage points challenge is Dave Wacowich, followed very closely by Claud Dufault, John Lahey and Doug Mann. Remember the Scott Fraser Challenge Trophy is a full season event, so the more you play the better your chances are.

Guests are welcome and Glacier Greens is in great shape.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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