A fine weekend for Phil 

There were some fine scores recorded at the weekend. Phil White picked up the A-grade prizes in both the weekend competitions, while Tony Bayley had an excellent 45 points to take the B-grade on Saturday, and Norm Napper taking the C-grade with his 40 points.

On Sunday our hardworking green keeper Gerard Kerin had a 61 nett to win the B-grade off his 31 handicap which is no longer, but now a more respectable 26.

The Super Pin went to Gary Smith, with an excellent shot onto the 15th at 91 centimetres. Don’t forget the Sunday raffles which are held every weekend at 6pm, so we hope to see members and guests there.


Saturday January 19: individual stableford

Winners: A-grade: Phil White (7) 40 points. B-grade: Tony Bayley (15) 45 points. C-grade: Norm Napper (24) 40 points. Ball winners: T Bayley 45, D Oldfield 41, I Bluett 40, M Greep 40, N Napper 40, P White 40, P Boutcher 39, P Brady 39, R Camons 39, W McDonald 39, J Roche 39, S Scroope 39, M Coggan 38, P Hewitt 38 and J Wales 38 points. Nearest the pins: Royal Hotel eighth: Mick Bell, Aussie Hotel 16th: Sam Porter. Players: 52.  Eagles Nest is up to nine balls.

Sunday January 20:  Super Sunday Stroke

Winners: A Grade: Phil White 69-6-63. B Grade: Gerard Kerin 94-33-61.  Ball Competition: G Kerin 61, D Morgan 63, P White 63, T Smith 63, A Winterflood 63, E Stanford 65, M Walker 65, M Coggan 66, and G Smith 67 Nett on count back. The Super Pin went to Gary Smith on the 15th hole at 91cm.

Mid-week competition to January 20

Winners: A-grade: Gary Smith (18) 24 points. B-grade: Maureen Bray (27) 23 points. Balls went to: B Topple 22, R Dickson 22 x 2, K Walker 21, P White 21, T Smith 21, R Perceval 20, D Douglas 20, T Smith 20, B Puckett 20 and W Whyte 20 points.

Dad’s Army January 17

In scorching conditions, some hot scores were handed in in the Dad's Army competition this week. It took 19 points to win the last ball but the highlight of the morning was the extraordinary round of Doug ‘The Ex Cocky’ Oldfield, who registered 26 points to take the money in front of the 15 players that participated. One would have thought that Barry Topple's 24 points would have won easily, but he had to settle for a ball as did Graham Howlett and Rod Perceval, with 20 points and Les Puckett who scored 19 points. I’m afraid the handicapper will be very busy.  Scoring this week ranged from 26 down to 12 points. In the Business House competition Dad's Army scored 114 this week.  

Good golfing "boys" until next week.

Business House to January 18

Winners: A-grade: Peter Clary (4.5) 30.5. B-grade: Doug Oldfield (10.5) 22.5. C-grade: Mark Andrews (15.5) 27.5 nett ocb. Balls went to: R Connell 27.5, D Laird 28, S Lees 29, D Field 29.5, R Perceval, D Dowling, K Walker, S Morgan, B Hongo and B Timmer 30, G Minahan , D Pate, B Puckett, J Bamford and M Andrews 30.5, S Williamson, L Donley, G Howlett, G Fleming, P Vanderbulk, G Kerin and M Carey 31, N Pollack 31.5 B Parker, B Johnson, M Lawrence and P Timmer 32 nett. In the team’s event, the Murrumbateman Maulers picked up six points to win the blue division. The Golden Girls and Early Birds each got four points in the yellow division, while in the green division Dad’s Army got the six points.

Coming events

Saturday January 26: individual stableford.

Sunday January 27: individual stableford.

Monday January 28: individual stableford.

Saturday February 2: On Trend Clothing Guzzlers Mug.

Until next week golf well.

Phil White was the pick of the golfers at the weekend.

Phil White was the pick of the golfers at the weekend.


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