Hospital benefits at golf day
GOLF: TROY Wilson and Guy Pfingst have taken out the two-person ambrose for the Dallarnil Masonic Lodge charity golf day.
On Sunday, 12 teams took to the Biggenden Golf Club course over nine-hole to raise funds for the Biggenden Hospital Auxiliary to go towards a bariatric chair for the comfort of patients.
Guy Pfingst also took out the pin shot while Mick Brady won the run down.
Just missing out on the trophies were Doug and Gloria Powell who celebrated her birthday on the day.
Bendigo Bank’s $500 prize for a hole in one went begging.
Club captain Dave Maxwell said in the 14 years he had been associated with the club there had only been two hole-in-ones.
“It doesn’t happen very often,” he said.
Dallarnil Masonic Lodge’s Allan Williams said it had been the group’s first golf day since 2012
“It’s been a fantastic day,” he said.
Guy Pfingst and Peter Lentini watch Troy Wilson putt the ball at Sunday's charity golf day at Biggenden.
Cooking up a storm were Carol Williams and Merri Dowling at Sunday's charity golf day at Biggenden.
Beau and Angie Kennedy with Jason Dickinson and Danny Nevins enjoyed their day of golf for the charity golf day.
Kirl Earle, Bill Mackley and Allan Williams have their eye on Bert Nelson has he putts the ball into the hole at the charity golf day held at Biggenden.
Gordon Dowling and Allan Chellingworth at the end of nine holes at the chairty golf day at Biggenden.
Biggenden Golf Club’s Dave Maxwell gives junior player Ben Cooper some tips.
Watching from the sidelines were Freemasons Tassie Dell, Martin Woods and Tim Turner at the Biggenden Golf Club.
CHARITY GOLF DAY: Gloria Powell was out celebrating her birthday on Sunday with husband, Doug and fellow golfers, Judy Hetherington and Alison Chellingworth at charity golf day at the Biggenden golf course. PHOTOS: ERICA MURREE