Sunny day at Glacier Greens

Saturday men's club enjoys great conditions for game of golf




March 30 was the best day yet for Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers – 15 degrees light wind and sunshine and the course in good shape thanks to our greens crew.

Eighty-five players participated with good results. Rob Eagan and Randy Doan drew #7 & #17 as the POG holes. Next week we start tee times from 7:30 till 8:56 and then reverse shotgun. Here are the latest results.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Barrie Norris 74, Al Cabilan 77 c/b, Rob Borland 77 c/b. Low net Karl Cameron 69 c/b, Wayne Ogilvie 69 c/b, Phil Nakashima 69. Snips: #2 Barry Norris, #5 Rob Cobham, #10 Bruce Coulter, #13 Karl Cameron, #17(POG) Rod Gray, #18 Dave Wacowich.

Hcp. 12-18: Low gross Jim Loring 81, Randy Doan 83, Mike Polloch 84. Low net Glen Meeres 69, Steve Ellis 70 c/b, Nick Stolarchuk 70. Snips: #1 Keith Allan, #13 Richard Wand, #14 Warren Brandson.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Gary Wood 90, Peter Leskovich 93, Glen Horsepool 93. Low net Bob Henn 69 c/b, 2nd Elmo Guinan 69, 3rd Alan Richards 71. Snips: #4 Len Doyle, #8 Gary Wood, #17 (POG) Bob Henn.

– Glacier Greens Golf


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