Snowbirds miss chance to shoot for turkeys at Glacier Greens

The forecast for Glacier Greens Saturday Men's Golf on Nov. 5 was for rain and wind.







The forecast for Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Golf on Nov. 5 was for rain and wind. As well, some snowbirds have gone and there are more to go, so only 73 players were out this week.

As it turned out the weather co-operated and it was cool but no wind or rain. It’s 9:30 a.m.shotgun start and white tees for the rest of the winter months. Here are the Nov. 5 results:

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Randy Robinson 72, Jim Livingstone 73, Richard Martin 76. Low net Chris Pouliot 68, Chuck Kennedy 69, Rob Cobham 70. Snips: #3 Chuck Kennedy, #4 Blair Peacock, #17 Serg Revard, #18 Chris Pouliot.

Hcp. 11-15: Low gross Eirah Unger 79, Jon Mactinger 80, Bud Bryan 82. Low net Norm Fellbaum 68 c/b, Rod Gray 68, Wally Berger 69 c/b. Snips: #3 Rod Gray, #7 (POG) Wayne Wood, #15 Mike Gibbs, #16 (eagle) Ferg Webster, #18 Jon Mactinger.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Henry Bonde 86, Brian Hotsenpiller 89, Rick Verbeek 90. Low gross Dave Buckley-Jones 64, Wayne Mabee 67, Elmo Guinan 73. Snips: #7 (POG) Wayne Mabee, #10 & #16

Philip Ball, #11 Dave Buckley-Jones, #14 Henry Bonde.

Turkey Shoot

On Sunday, Nov. 6, 43 Glacier Greens men’s golfers showed up for the turkey shoot. All those listed below won a turkey which can be picked up at Safeway.

The winners of the turkeys were: 1st low gross Chuck Kennedy, Wayne Hay, Joe Dunham, Judy Fellbaum. 2nd John Pringle, Bud Bryan, Glen Meeres, Dave Buckley-Jones. 3rd Warren Brandensen,Wayne Ogilvie, Hank Fortin, Jim Hume.

1st low net Jim Laroque, Len Doyle, Paula Mowat, Norm Fellbaum. 2nd Chris Pouliot, Jack Jackson, Bill Krier, Russ Parker.


Sunday Morning golf starts next Sunday; sign up by 9 for a 9:30 a.m.start. Teams are made up by handicap, not gender, and all are welcome.



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