Some Glacier Greens ladies golfed, some had a cup of coffee

Several stalwart women came out last Tuesday to see what the day had in store for the golfers at Glacier Greens. Half had coffee and cheerfully left and the other half braved the weather.

Seven stoically teed off in the drizzle and persevered  for a couple of holes…then  voila! it was good for the rest of the 18 holes. Good things come to those who wait and play the back nine twice.

First low net winner was Gene Renaud with a 65 and second low net winner was Ellie Nicholas with a score of 68. The KP on #15 was won by Tobi Norris. Well done all of you (coffee drinkers too) and thanks for coming out. See you next week in the sunshine.

– Glacier Greens Women’s Golf


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