Euroa Gazette - - SPORTS -

ON Tues­day, Jan­uary 3, Twi­light golf was played with 20 play­ers on the course and it was that man, Alis­tair Thom­son with 20 points who took home the balls.

A line ball went to Bill Bri­er­ley and Mavis Bri­er­ley and Shirley Dash was also in the run down.

Near­est the pin went to Peter Smith on the 8th and the drive and pitch went to Bill Bri­er­ley on the 10th.

Stable­ford was played on Satur­day, Jan­uary 7 with most golfers play­ing early to avoid the pre­dicted heat.

Eigh­teen play­ers ven­tured out and it was the pres­i­dent, David Ken­nett who got lucky with 42 points.

Some­how ev­ery­thing worked for him, the golf gods smiled and helped.

It was a dif­fer­ent story for the run­ner up.

It was thought that the cream had risen to the top with Rob Brown­lee scor­ing 41 points; he just couldn’t take a trick.

Line balls went to Bill Bri­er­ley with 39 points and Alan Moore with 38 points on a count back from Ken Har­ri­son. Peter Smith had a strange round. He putted for eight ‘Birdies’, only to get two so his score could have been any­thing.

Near­est the pin: Peter Smith on the 4th, the club on the 8th, Alis­tair Thom­son on the 15th and John Moore on the 17th.

The long­est drive went to Peter Smith.

The ladies’ drive and pitch went to Kristen Moore on the 4th.

Next Satur­day will be a stable­ford event with John Moore look­ing af­ter pro­ceed­ings.

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