Childers So­cial

Isis Town and Country - - SPORT -

A SMALLER than usual field to­day thanks to the Isis Golf Clubs Cham­pi­onship game sched­uled for this morn­ing af­ter our game.

The weather was also a fac­tor with chilly winds blow­ing up some of the fair­ways mak­ing it a two-jumper day. Of course this didn’t stop our play­ers and Leigh Hart ad­justed to the con­di­tions best with a 33, los­ing 2.3 off his hand­i­cap. Rhonda Zahn also man­aged a 33 but lost on count­back, but man­aged al­though com­ing in sec­ond to lose 2.6 off her hand­i­cap, and third was Bill Kirch­hof on 37, los­ing just 0.5 off his hand­i­cap.

Leigh had a great day, man­ag­ing to take out the B Grade Long­est drive, the B Grade Ap­proach on the 10th and joint least putts with our vis­i­tor Gary, with 14 putts each. Dave Durie won the A Grade Long­est Drive and Tony Parker the Men’s Ap­proach on the 15th.

Satur­day, the so­cial club and the Isis Gold Club played a friendly round to raise money for Blake to at­tend Mel­bourne for a tour­na­ment. Un­for­tu­nately for all the weather was lousy at tee-off time but af­ter four holes it cleared an al­lowed the game to go ahead un­hin­dered by rain coats and cov­ers. It was the ini­tial rain episode that per­suaded many to forgo the game and the num­bers were some­what down on what was ex­pected.

The so­cial club pro­vided the meal and the Isis Golf Club pro­vided the prizes for the game and raf­fles. It is hoped that in the fu­ture the Isis Golf Club will re­turn the favour and come to one of our morn­ing games with the Isis club pro­vid­ing the meal and the so­cial club the prizes.

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