Wayne Ogilvie shoots eagle at Glacer Greens Saturday Men’s golf

 

Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s had 97 golfers out on May 23. It was threatening rain but turned into a pleasant day with some sun.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross – Terran Berger 71 c/b, Barry Norris 71, Jeff Edwards 74 c/b. Low net – Steve Peters 66, Andy Blair 67 c/b, Larry Lott 67. Snips – #3 Stan Mills, #4 Larry Lott, #5 Barry Norris, #7 (P.O.G.) Wayne Ogilvie, #10 (eagle) and #11 Steve Peters, #13 Kent Harper, #17 Chuck Kennedy, #18 Dave Brooker.

Hcp. 12-17: Low gross – Ferg Webster 81 c/b, Ross Dowe 82 c/b, Bob Edwards 82. Low net – Wayne Wood 67, Dan Fitzgerald 68 c/b, Nick Mykitiuk 68. Snips – #5 Jim Larocque, #8 Ron Morrison, #12 Don Hilchey, #18 Ferg Webster.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross – Ken Doll 86, Bud Bryan 87 c/b, Bill Krier 87. Low net – Hugh Scoullar 64, Elmo Guinan 66, Bill Chiki 67. Snips – #1 Bill Krier, #2 Len Doyle, #10 Keith Allan, #11 Murray Polson, #12 Bill Chiki, #15 Derek Bullard.

A reminder the 2015 Shoot Out starts next week.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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