Terran Berger wins men’s club championship

Third generation of family to win Glacier Greens title

TERRAN BERGER BECAME the third generation of the Berger family to win the Glacier Greens Men's Club championship.

It took a three-hole playoff with Larry Lott to determine a winner, but when the last putt dropped 18-year-old Terran Berger was the 2013 Glacier Greens Golf Club’s Men’s Champion.

Berger’s win makes it a three-peat for the Berger clan. In 1983 Terran’s father Mike won the championship and it was won  by his grandfather Wally in 1985.

Other winners this year were Larry Lott (field low net) and in the under 55 years category Steve Peters (gross) and Willie Oliver (net). In the 55-69 it was Chris Westbrook (gross) and Adrian Haut (net) and in the 70-plus, Doug McArthur (gross) and Jim Perry (net).

The 2013 Junior winners were Matthew Perry (gross), A.J. Chartrand (net) and Isaac Guinan (second net).

This year’s participants thank Bill Girard of Canadian Western Bank for the hole-in-one sponsorship and bottled water on hole #7.  Thanks also to our head professional Bill Kelly of Bill Kelly Golf and to the G.G.G.C. Men’s Club for their KP sponsorships.

 

–Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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