2018 Mundubbera Imperial Challenge a huge hit
GOLF: Twenty-five players turned up for the Friday Mundubbera Home Timber & Hardware nine-hole eclectic stableford.
The ladies’ winner was Sarah Brodgen with
25 points and Eddie Law won the men’s with 25 points.
The 36-hole, three-ball ambrose was reduced to 27 holes due to storm activity on Sunday.
With the course being so dry, the club welcomed the rain and players enjoyed the 19th hole for a little longer than usual.
It was very hot on Saturday and cold and rainy on Sunday – almost like Melbourne weather.
Forty-five competitors took part in the event, coming from Emerald, Cooroy, Brisbane, Gayndah, Monto, Eidsvold, Kingaroy, Maryborough and Bundaberg.
The winners were Jenny Lohse, Graham Lohse and Shane Taylor on 80.5 net.
Runners-up were Bede Cavanagh, Eddie Law and Steven Pointon on 95 net.
Saturday’s 18-hole winners were:
1st Grade: Craig Postle, Doug Habermann and Jake Kimber on 57 1⁄ net. 6
2nd Grade: Paul Carlyon, Warren and Bailey Kimber on 59 net.
Sunday’s nine-hole winners were:
1st Grade: Lois Mesner, Lindsay Druce and Kerry Beutel on 26 ¼ nett.
2nd Grade: Gayle Bennett, Rob Kirk and Glenn Evans on 28 ½ nett..
Winner of the $150 open putting comp: Jenny Lohse.
Winner of the ladies’ $100 putting comp: Lyn Carlyon.
Winner of the $150 men’s long drive: Bailey Kimber.
Winner of the $150 ladies’ long drive: Irene Lally.
The Mundubbera Golf Club thanks its generous sponsors and all the donations towards the multi-draw raffle.
The players look forward to competing again in 2019.
GOOD SHOT: Jenny Lohse putting for a $150 prize.