Childers So­cial

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

WOW, two months of rain in 24 hours must have scared away the play­ers as a small field came out to play this morn­ing.

The best thing I sup­pose was that rain tanks are now full and the grass has a new lease of life in­stead of be­ing the usual burnt brown colour we are so used to at this time of year, but the run on the fair­ways has di­min­ished some­what.

The win­ner to­day was Peter Ma­cauley who played a great game com­ing in with 31 stokes, but pay­ing the penalty by los­ing 3.1 off his hand­i­cap al­most but not quite putting him A Grade.

Paul McCar­ragher had a day out com­ing sec­ond with 34 and los­ing 1.3 and also tak­ing out the A Grade Long­est Drive, the Golden Cir­cle at 1.75m and the Pin Shot on the 13th and the Men’s Ap­proach on the 15th.

Bob Fraser on his birth­day took out the Third place on a count­back from Chris Fitzsi­mons and Bill Long, happy birth­day Ba­nana Bob.

There was some con­fu­sion about the next prize as names were put on the wrong slips but both play­ers de­serve a ball so we had Peter Ma­cauley and Ray Bur­rows tak­ing out the B Grade Ap­proach on the 10th, Chris Fitzsi­mons with the Least Putts,12 and Leigh Hart the B Grade Long­est Drive.

A new mem­ber joined to­day, Gra­ham Brett, likes to be known as Brumby, a left handed player who has swapped from be­ing a right handed player, go fig­ure.

Wel­come to the So­cial Club Brumby from the com­mit­tee and the mem­bers.

Next week we will be play­ing an Odds and Evens event with spe­cial cards made for the oc­ca­sion.

We will play the Odd Num­bered Holes (1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17) only and at a later date the Even Num­bered Holes (2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18).

It will be a Stroke and Putt game.

Don’t for­get the PINK Ball com­pe­ti­tion on the 28th Septem­ber 2014. Teams of three needed to take part and Tee off at 9am with lunch pro­vided. The cost will be $15 each with all pro­ceeds go­ing to the Prostate Can­cer Fund. Prizes for the Win­ning Team and the In­di­vid­ual Win­ner and Runner Up, shot­gun start.

Have a great week and see you all next Sun­day.

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