Childers So­cial

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

ONE could be for­given for think­ing we were still in sum­mer as the morn­ing was great for golf.

Most play­ers found the greens to be two-paced, with some like light­en­ing and oth­ers very slow, but that didn’t stop Nigel Radin from only hav­ing 11 putts for the game. Nigel also took out the com­bined near­est the pin on the 6th.

The win­ner with 30 and los­ing 3.0 off his hand­i­cap was Tony Parker, with Dave Durie on 31 sec­ond and los­ing 1.8 and Ed Con­nell also on 31 and los­ing 2.5 in third place. Bill Kirch­hof was also on 31 but lost on count­back.

Bill Long took out the B-grade Ap­proach on the 1st, Col Den­nett the A-grade Long­est Drive and Long Drive, Ray Bur­rows the B-grade Long­est Drive.

Damien Tarda was the only one in two weeks to get on the 4th in one, so he took out the Golden Cir­cle Prize, a bot­tle of Bai­leys and a pair of mono­grammed glasses. As of next week, the Golden Cir­cle will be won by the player who gets clos­est to the pin over three months. Prizes do­nated by Bill Kirch­hof as one of the spon­sors of the so­cial club.

Next week we have the game at Bar­gara. It’s $26 for those re­quir­ing a Buggy and $12 for those us­ing their own buggy. The cost in­cludes 18 holes of golf, a buggy to be shared and a steak sand­wich and chips and a com­pli­men­tary drink at the Bar­gara Golf Club. Tee-off is at 8am, so be there at least 30 min­utes be­fore tee-off so that cards can be done. Those who haven’t nom­i­nated to play, please phone Paul on 0427 407 970 as soon as pos­si­ble so that I can let Bar­gara know the num­bers.

The Ea­gles Nest Golf Club will be vis­it­ing on Septem­ber 7 for a one-off tro­phy game, so mark your cal­en­dars ac­cord­ingly.

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