Isis Vets

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Wide District Vets Golf Car­ni­val

ISIS Vets’ mem­bers were out­stand­ing in this car­ni­val when Isis hosted this event last Thurs­day, an an­nual four­ball best ball sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

The high­light of the day was a hole-in-one on num­ber 4 for Col Den­nett. He awaits the re­turn of the ball which did the trick, mounted ap­pro­pri­ately.

Vicki Wyeth and Mar­garet Den­nett com­bined ex­tremely well to record an un­beat­able 52 points, with Jeff Slo­combe and Lou Jessen next on 46 points, edg­ing Col Den­nett and Ray Bur­rows into third place with Vicki McAu­lay and Val Plath fourth on 44 points on a count­back.

Jeff also won a pin­shot on 1/10 with Col’s hole-in-one guar­an­tee­ing him the pin­shot on 4/13. Marg Den­nett (on 1/10) and He­len Ric­cia­rdi (on 4/13) claimed the ladies’ ap­proaches.

An en­joy­able day with many ap­pre­cia­tive com­ments about the culi­nary de­lights of­fered by June, Jan and Barb.

Thank you on be­half of all play­ers.

On Tues­day, Col and Marg Den­nett spon­sored the monthly VIP stroke com­pe­ti­tion, co­in­cid­ing with the fourth round of the com­pe­ti­tion for the Jan Mun­gomery Salver.

The out­right VIP win­ner was Bob Cochrane with an im­pres­sive nett score of 66. In A Di­vi­sion Dave Robin­son won with 70 nett from Garry Car­lon (72) and Nigel Radin (73). In B Di­vi­sion Roger Draper won also with nett 70 fol­lowed by Adrian Martin and Ray Bur­rows (76 each).

Val Plath won the Women’s Di­vi­sion with 71 nett from Rose Cochrane (73) and Joan Kelly (77).

Ap­proach shot win­ners were, for the ladies, Cyn­thia Draper (0.58m) on 1&10 and Rose Cochrane (0.66m) on 4&13; while for the men, Craig Reynolds (in the hole) on 1&10 and Mark McAu­lay (0.61m) on 4&13.

Bob Cochrane led the Chook Run win­ners with 30 nett from Nigel Radin, Val Plath, Phil Luck­ett, Dave Robin­son and Rose Cochrane who won the last chicken on a spin from 6 oth­ers!

Back to nor­mal next Tues­day with a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion – be early for the 12 noon hit-off.

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