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MEN OVER 40 mem­bers and vis­i­tors ar­rived to play in the sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion. It was a day of high scor­ing with Peter Russo lead­ing the way in a sin­gle field in­stead of the usual two di­vi­sions. He scored a cred­itable 43 points to win from Garry Car­lon on 41, run­ner-up on count­back from play­ing part­ner, Frank Rock­ett. Run­downs went to Jack Smith, Roger Draper, John Hin­ton (40 points each), Ray Walker (39), Phil Luck­ett, Chris Fitzsi­mons (38) and Peter Steel (37). Peter also was the A Di­vi­sion player near­est the pin on 4&13, Chris Fitzsi­mons the B Di­vi­sion player on the same hole, also claim­ing the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on 1&10, while Dave Robin­son won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10. Next Satur­day we play for the March Monthly Medal. See you there for the 12.30 hit-off. Re­mem­ber to bring a plate for af­ter the game. WOMEN JOAN WRIGHT won the Thurs­day sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion with 35 points from Diane Rowley one point be­hind. Vicki McAu­lay won the run­down with 32 points and claimed a Sil­ver Cir­cle with her drive on 6&15, her shot end­ing 0.47m from the hole. Thurs­day morn­ing we play for the March Goblet. On Satur­day mem­bers played in a sin­gle stable­ford. As in the men’s com­pe­ti­tion, scores were im­pres­sive, with Vicki McAu­lay win­ning with 42 points from Cyn­thia Draper on 39, with run­downs to Robyn Robin­son (38) and Joan Kelly (31). Robyn was near­est the pin with her ap­proach on 4&13, while Cyn­thia put her sec­ond shot in the hole to win the ap­proach on 6&15. Next week is the Satur­day Monthly Goblet – see you there for the 12.30 hit-off – re­mem­ber to bring a plate for af­ter the game.

JU­NIORS THIS week was a stroke round for the ju­niors. The three-hole com­pe­ti­tion was again won by Ma­cie Hin­ton, fol­lowed closely by Phynne Boase. Max Corsetti is learn­ing quickly and will be a con­tender for the Monthly Medal next week. The six-hole com­pe­ti­tion was again a close call. Ryan Blinco edged out Cooper Re­hbein by one shot af­ter hand­i­caps to take victory. The nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion had a new com­peti­tor, Xavier Free­man who put in a solid round. Wes­ley Hin­ton fin­ished with 63, which was good enough to take victory. On Sun­day a small con­tin­gent of play­ers trav­elled to Bund­aberg to play in the Bund­aberg Ju­nior Open. Amara Burns was able to win the Nett for the 13 hole girls, her brother Cooper was Nett run­ner Up in the Greg Nor­man nine hole event. Wes­ley Hin­ton con­tin­ued on his win­ning way to take out the Nett win­ner in the Greg Nor­man chal­lenge. VETS BOB COCHRANE was the over­all win­ner of the sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion with a mas­sive 45 points. Dave Robin­son bet­tered par with 37 points to claim the A Di­vi­sion tro­phy from Cyn­thia Draper on 36 and Phil Luck­ett on 34, on count­back. Garry Car­lon won best nine holes. In B Di­vi­sion Kev Den­ham won with 38 points from Roger Draper on 34 and Bill Long on 33 points. Len Stal­lard won best nine holes. Garry Car­lon put his sec­ond shot in the hole on 1&10 to win the men’s ap­proach; Kev Den­ham did the same on 4&13; while Rae McCliskie claimed the women’s ap­proach on 6&15, 700mm from the pin. Chook Run win­ners were: Bob Cochrane (28 nett), Kev Den­ham (31), Cyn­thia Draper (33), Roger Draper, Joan Kelly (34), Paul McCar­ragher and Kev Sav­age (35) on a spin. Next week on March 10 we will be chal­lenged by the 4BBB com­pe­ti­tion with a se­cret part­ner – see you there for the noon hit-off.

SO­CIAL LAST Sun­day saw 26 mem­bers and two vis­i­tors turn out to play for our Monthly Mug Day. The win­ner for to­day and Mug for the Month was Terry Smallman who man­aged as great score of 29 which also earned him a 3.3 point re­duc­tion in his hand­i­cap. The hand­i­cap­per took the al­lowed points away as he did for Chris Fitzsi­mons on 31who man­aged sec­ond and lost 2.6 and Ed Con­nell who has earned the name Mr Ma­goo was Third, also on 31 los­ing 2.5. Hoss Eberl also man­aged 31 strokes but was spared the hand­i­cap­pers wrath on count­back. The least Putts were shared be­tween Mick Ryan, Scotty White and terry Smallman with 12 each. The Cap­tain is adding the putts up for each player and will present to the win­ner a tro­phy at the end of the year for most Putts dur­ing 2015. The A Grade near­est the Pin on the 1st was won by Dave Hills, our some­times player from Bund­aberg and great to see him back again, the B Grade Ap­proach on the 1st went to Hoss Eberl and good to see him back as well. Marg Dennett showed the men up tak­ing the A Grade Long­est Drive with Hoss Eberl once again in the prizes win­ning the B Grade Long­est Drive. Terry Smallman added to his win­nings by tak­ing out the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 4th but didn’t man­age to beat Bob Cochrane’s dis­tance of 1.17m which only has three home games to go. Col Dennett took out the Near­est the Pin on the 6th to round out the prizes. Next week we will be play­ing a Sin­gle Stable­ford over the Back Nine and don’t for­get we are play­ing at Bar­gara on March 22 and I have to know how many bug­gies will be re­quired by next week.

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