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Men

MEM­BERS en­joyed a sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion in place of the post­poned Pres­i­dent ver­sus Cap­tain Team match­play.

In A Di­vi­sion Brett took first place with 37 points from Craig Reynolds on 36, with a run­down to Bill Her­ring. Will Martell scored the best nine holes with 22 points.

With three play­ers on 40 points in B Di­vi­sion, Ivan Philpott won on a count­back from Frank Rock­ett with Ken Al­bion then tak­ing one run­down and Bob Werne the other with 39 points.

Norm Plath won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10 and Craig Reynolds on 4&13. In B Di­vi­sion Ken Al­bion won the ap­proach on 1&10 and Travis Mit­tel­heuser the pin­shot on 4&13.

Next week is the Bill and Jan Kingston spon­sored day with the com­pe­ti­tion to be sin­gle stable­ford.

Women

VICKI WYETH won the sin­gle stable­ford Thurs­day com­pe­ti­tion with 38 points from Vicki McAu­lay on 35, with Mar­garet Den­nett win­ning a run­down on 34 points. Joan Kelly won the ap­proach.

This Thurs­day we play a sin­gle stroke com­pe­ti­tion.

On Satur­day in the club-spon­sored sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion Joy Cart­ner also scored 38 points to win on a count­back from Val Plath, with a run­down to Vicki McAu­lay on 36 points. Joan Kelly won the best nine holes with 20 points and also the ap­proach on 1&10.

This Satur­day we join with the men in the Bill and Jan Kingston-spon­sored com­pe­ti­tion which will be a sin­gle stable­ford event.

Ju­niors

AF­TER a three-week re­cess ju­nior golf be­gins with a bang this weekend with the ju­nior club cham­pi­onships start­ing this Satur­day.

The cham­pi­onships will run over three weeks with 6, 9 and 13 holes be­ing con­tested. Nine and 13 holers to start at 7am while 6 holers start at 7.30am. Good luck to all those com­pet­ing. In other news three ju­niors will travel away to rep­re­sent the Wide Bay ju­nior at the Queens­land Schools State ti­tles. Blake Dowling and Sophie Martell will rep­re­sent the high schools and Will Martell has made the pri­mary schools team. The cham­pi­onships will be held in Ox­ley Golf Club just south of Bris­bane City. Good luck to all those play­ers.

Over the school hol­i­days sev­eral play­ers played at the Bar­gara ju­nior clas­sic with Blake Dowling fin­ish­ing third in the open di­vi­sion, while Sophie Martell fin­ished with the sec­ond best net score over the three days. Other play­ers to per­form well were Cur­tis Fredrik­sen, and Wes­ley Hin­ton.

Isis Vets

THIS Tues­day the Woodgate crew in­vited all mem­bers to play in the July VIP stroke com­pe­ti­tion. Paul McCar­ragher recorded a net 62 score to win A Di­vi­sion com­fort­ably from Dave Robin­son with 68 net sec­ond on a count­back from Norm Plath. Mark McAu­lay won the en­cour­age­ment award for hit­ting the ball ex­tremely of­ten.

In B Di­vi­sion Larry Per­shouse won with net 67 from Len Stal­lard, win­ning sec­ond with 69 net on a count­back from Rusty Us­mar placed third. Frank Rock­ett joined Mark to win the en­cour­age­ment award for B Di­vi­sion.

Val Plath won the Women’s Di­vi­sion with net 69 to win from Joy Cart­ner on 71 net with Joan Kelly third on 72. Sue Long won the en­cour­age­ment award.

For the men Dave Robin­son won the ap­proach on 1&10 and Ray Walker on 4&13, in the hole. Marg Den­nett and Vicki McAu­lay won the women’s ap­proaches.

Paul McCar­ragher led the Chook Run win­ners with net 29, fol­lowed by Ron Denny (31), Norm Plath, Larry Per­shouse (32) Ted Buck­land 33 and Len Stal­lard (34) on a spin. Blake Dowling joined the vets for the Chook Run and his 33 gross plus one meant he al­most won a chicken. One tro­phy he has yet to win.

Next Tues­day’s com­pe­ti­tion will be a Sin­gle Stable­ford.

Childers So­cial

IN THE sec­ond and fi­nal round of the com­pe­ti­tion against the Light­house from Bund­aberg 38 play­ers took the field.

The Light­house was hold­ing a 4.75-point ad­van­tage from our last en­counter but af­ter av­er­ag­ing out the scores this time showed that the Childers So­cial Club came in with 95.18 points and the Light­house with 105.31 points mak­ing the Childers Club the win­ners for this year by a mar­gin of 5.38 and hold­ers of the tro­phy for the next 12 months.

The over­all win­ner for the day was Ron Cootes with 59 strokes with Bill Long com­ing sec­ond with 64 and Bob Cochrane with 65 com­ing third. The A-grade Long­est Drive went to Paul McCar­ragher with Jamie from the Light­house tak­ing out the B-grade Long­est Drive. The B-grade Ap­proach on the 1st/10th went to Ken Al­bion, the Near­est the Pin on the 4th/13th to Bob Cochrane who also took out the Men’s Ap­proach on the 15th. Chris Fitzsi­mons won the Com­bined Pin on the 6th and last but not least Len Stal­lard won the least Putts. Next week we will be play­ing a Nine Hole event at Isis tee­ing off at 8am.

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