WOMEN

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

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.

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