THE heavy showers before play meant slightly slower fairways and greens but this did not prevent some players putting in fine performances.
Kev Savage had another fine round, recording 39 point in the stableford competition. Nigel Radin then became the A Division winner with 36 points on a countback from Phil Luckett.
Neil Rieck won the best nine holes with 19 points.
In B Division Len Stallard led with 37 points from Ed Connell on 34 points, with Rusty Usmar’s 19 points winning him the best nine holes.
Approaches were won by Cynthia Draper (0.38m for the ladies and Terry Smallman for the men (in the hole).
Phil and Len led the Chook Run winners with 33 nett, joined by Norm Plath, Nigel Radin, Michael Stanton and Coralie Volgyesi all on 34 nett – hard luck for the two unlucky spinners.
Next week our V.I.P. monthly stroke competition is sponsored by Paul and Tracey Bartlett and Home Hardware – hard to see them matching their efforts over last week-end.
The 6th and final round of competition for the Jan Mungomery Salver will also be played, with hit-off at noon as usual.