Smaller than usual turnout for Glacier Greens Men’s Morning

Seventy-five participants were out for Men’s Morning play at Glacier Greens on June 20.  Smaller than normal field as a large group of our Saturday players went to Chambers Bay to watch the U.S. Open.

Hcp. 0-12: Gross – Doug McArthur 73, Randy Robinson 77 CB and Terran Berger 77. Net – Larry Lott 69 CB, Wayne Ogilvie 69 CB and Ferg Webster 69. Snips – Kevin Hunt #3, Dave Wacowich #6, Richard Martin #7 P.O.G., Brian Goodwin #8, Karl Cameron #13, Paul Schroeder #16 and #17 and Larry Lott #18.

Hcp. 13-19: Gross – Jim Larocque 78, Dan Fitzgerald 82 and Ron Morrison 84. Net – Bernie Johnston 67, Joe Dunham 68 and John Pringle 69. Snips – Richard Wand #1, Rick Verbeek #8, Lyle Torrie #12, Don Hilchey #14 and Neil Neilson #15.

Hcp. 20+: Gross – Jim Perry 88, Andy Clark 90 CB and Bill Krier 90.  Net – Rod Verchere 65, Claude Dufault 68 CB and Alan Richards 68. Snips – Al Pasanen #15 and Tim Hautzinger #17.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

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