Weir has February guzzle

Greg Weir has had a great weekend on the golf course by taking out the On Trend Clothing Guzzlers Mug on Saturday.

He had 63 nett and followed it up with a stableford win on Sunday, winning with 42 points.

Weir managed to hold off last month’s Guzzler John Watt by one shot to get the last ticket for March’s Super Guzzler. 

This weekend marks the start of another pennant season with A Reserve team taking on Federal at home, while the B Scratch side travel to Gungahlin Lakes.  Good luck to all the sides for the season and there will be reports coming.

Results

Saturday February 2: On Trend Clothing Guzzlers Mug

Winners: A-grade: Will Kelly 78-13-65. B-grade: John Watt 84-20-64. C-grade and Guzzler: Greg Weir 86-23-63. Gross: Simon Walker 76 ocb. Ball winners:  G Weir 63, J Watt 64, P Bayley 64, W Kelly 65, G Schmidt 65, W McDonald 66, T Rumble 66, S Walker 66, S Curtis 67, A Golding 67, B Abbey 68, P Anderson 68, P Hewitt 68, R Johnson 68, W Scheffler 69, T Nelson 69 and R Camons 69 nett ocb. Putting competition winners were Sue Morgan 26, R Camons 26, G Fleming 27 and M Bell 27. Nearest the pins, Royal Hotel eighth: Wilbur Whyte, Aussie Hotel 16th: Tim Rumble. Players: 57.

Sunday February 3: Individual Stableford

Winners: A-grade: Brad Porter (9) 41 points. B-grade: Greg Weir (22) 42 points. Ball competition: G Weir 42, B Porter 41, T Smith 41, S Curtis 40, B Abbey 39, M Carey 39, P White 37, B Partridge 37, M Partridge 37 and N Matthews 37 points.  Nearest the pin 16th: L Kemp.             

Mid-week competition to February 2

Winner: Brian Brooker (11) 23 points. Balls went to: C Phillips 21, R Puckett 21, J Brown 21, B Brooker 20, J Byrne 21, B Garrety 19 and B Puckett 18 points ocb.

Dad’s Army January 31

The Dad’s Army troops found conditions a little harder than the past few weeks, with not so much run on the course after the heavy rain last weekend.

However, Graham ‘The Ladevale Lad’ Howlett wasn’t worried and finished with a very commendable 22 points. He was three points clear of his nearest rival who was Les Puckett on 19 points, then Clive Phillips 18 points and, after a three way count back, Ian Bluett, with 16 points.

They collected the three balls that were on offer this week. The scoring ranged from a high of 22 down to 12 points.

In Business House competition last week Dad’s Army received one point for turning up and this week a score of 126.5 was recorded. 

Until next week good golfing 'boys'.     

Business House to February 1

Winners: A-grade: Rod Bullman (5.5) 29.5 nett. B-grade: David Walker (13) 29 nett ocb. C-grade: George Dashwood (20) 26 nett ocb. Balls went to 33 nett on count backs. See the notice board near the pro-shop for full results.

Coming events

Saturday February 9 and 10: individual stableford.

Sunday February 16: Firth Furnishings Yass Open Four Person Ambrose.

Until next week golf well.

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