VICKIWyeth again won the single stableford competition with 34 points from Coralie Volgyesi on 31 points, in a small field.
This week we will again decide the competition before we hit-off.
Like the men, the women struggled to equal or better par in the single stableford competition sponsored by Craig Swift.
34 points was the best score, recorded both by Cynthia Draper and Fiona Dowling with Cynthia winning on a countback.
Helen Ricciardi won the best nine with 18 points, while Robyn Robinson scored a rundown.
Cynthia again showed her accuracy around and on the green putting her approach shot in the hole for a birdie.
This week we join the men in the President versus Captain Teams’ Match Play competition with a draw for places on either team and for opponents as well.
See the men’s notes for information about the ‘pink ball’ competition on Sunday. Roger Draper on 34, with Coralie Volgyesi winning the best nine holes.
Coralie also won the ladies’ approach, her second shot in the hole on 6&15.
Col Dennett won the men’s approach on 4&13, not quite as close.
Approach winners were: Marc Harper in A Division, Mick Ryan in B Division (both in the hole) and Cynthia Draper 0.38m from the hole.
Chook Run winners were led by Nigel Radin on 29 nett from Ken Albion and Mark McAulay (31), Bill Herring and Craig Reynolds (33).
Next week stroke versus par is programmed – see you there for hit-off at noon.
A reminder: Pink ball day for Cancer is on Sunday, names need to be in by Thursday if possible for catering orders. handicap, second was Ken Albion with 63 and losing 2.2 and third on a countback was Col Dennett with 69 and losing 0.7.
The least putts was won by Peter Macauley with 25, the A Grade Nearest the Pin on the 1st/10th by Scotty Ridgeway (Fraser Lakes), the B Grade approach on the 1st/10th by Ken Albion, the A Grade Longest Drive by Terry Smallman, the B Grade Longest Drive by Gary Cahill (Fraser Lakes), Combined Nearest the Pin on the 4th/13th Col Dennett with the Golden Circle at 6.0m, the Combined Nearest the Pin on the 6th by Marg Dennett and the Ladies Nearest the Pin on the 15th also by Marg Dennett, the Men’s Approach on the 15th by R Boyle (Fraser Lakes) and finally the Combined Nearest the Pin on the 7th/16th by Scotty Ridgeway (Fraser Lakes).
Next week a break from 18 hole golf with a simple stroke and putt over the front nine teeing off at 8am and the week after that on the 28th the Pink Ball Day for Prostate Cancer with many businesses in Childers donating prizes for the players.
All Social Club members are invited to play as are the Isis Golf Club members and the Isis Veterans Golf Club members as all have been impacted by cancer in one way or another and it’s up to us to help to find a cure.
Teams of three to play with a meal for $15 a head.
If you can’t play, a donation would be appreciated, as all proceeds to the Prostate Cancer Council of Australia.
Have a great week and see you all on Sunday.