Course knowl­edge was vi­tal

Biggen­den play­ers on top

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT - Erica Murree

IN­SIDE knowl­edge was a plus at Mon­day’s vet­eran’s golf car­ni­val at Biggen­den with Peter Len­tini and Ian Roux­ell win­ning both di­vi­sions.

Forty-nine play­ers from the Cen­tral Bur­nett, Bur­rum, Isis, Bar­gara, Coral Cove, Mary­bor­ough and Bund­aberg hit off un­der sunny skies.

Last Thurs­day and Fri­day’s down­pour livened the whole course up.

Com­ments heard around the course in­cluded “it’s a good day for a walk”, “should have stayed in bed” and “at least we are alive and able to en­joy a game of golf”.

Biggen­den Vet­eran’s Club pres­i­dent Dave Maxwell said days like this were very ben­e­fi­cial for small coun­try clubs.

“We ap­pre­ci­ate the sup­port other clubs gave us on the day,” he said.


BIGGEN­DEN CAR­NI­VAL: Trevor Slack (Gayn­dah), Kathy McDon­nell and Chippy Small­wood (Bar­gara) and Gayle Bennett (Mun­dub­bera).

Des Randall (Gayn­dah), Ian Hayne (Coral Coast) Alan Chelling­worth (Biggen­den) and Frank Cald­well (Bur­rum).

Biggen­den's Dave Maxwell waits to hit off.

Ken Stevens (Howard) with zone pres­i­dent Gor­don Keller­man, Lind­say Baker and John Mor­gan (Gayn­dah) and Alan Ar­mitage (Biggen­den).

LEFT: Bob Cald­well, Gor­don Dowl­ing, Shane Tay­lor and John Bloem. BE­LOW: Bert Nel­son and Bill Mack­ley (Biggen­den) with Bob Cochrane (Isis).

Peter Len­tini heads for the next hole.

Bur­rum Dis­trict mem­bers stand back as a fel­low mem­ber hits off down the fair­way.

Walk­ing up the fair­way are Gayle Bennett, Trevor Slack and Chippy Small­wood.

Gor­don Dowl­ing goes for the big hit.

John Bloem in ac­tion.

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