MEN March Monthly Medals: In A Division John Hinton recorded 66 nett to win from Justin Philpott on 69, runner-up on a countback from Peter Hrelja and Phil Luckett, with Kev Savage receiving the last rundown on 70. In B Division Jack Smith recorded 64, runner-up Adrian Martin on 70, with Ross Nicol on 71 and Rodney Wagner on 72 receiving rundowns. Peter Russo won the A Division pinshot and Jeff Freeman the B Division approach on 1&10. Phil Luckett won the A Division and Ken Albion the B Division pinshots on 4&13. Dave Robinson and Clinton Dowling scored eagles on number 2 – again! This Saturday members play a single stableford competition for a club trophy. Reminders to all members: Isis Men’s Carnival is on Sunday week, March 22 – please nominate as soon as possible; Isis Mill Traders’ Day on Saturday, March 28 – 3 Person Ambrose, hit-off at 11.30am. A limit on numbers so nominate your team now! WOMEN JOAN WRIGHT took out the Thursday Monthly Goblet with a nett score of 70 from Margaret Dennett on 75, with rundowns to Diane Rowley and Coralie Volgyesi. Joan also won the ladies’ approach, under a metre from the hole. The starting time for Thursday play for the rest of the year is 8.30am. On Saturday Joan Wright again won the Monthly Goblet with a score of 71 nett from Cynthia Draper on 73. Rundowns went to Robyn Robinson and Coralie Volgyesi. Rae McCliskie won the approach - (0.31m). Next Saturday members play in a single stableford competition for a club trophy – see you there for the 12:30 hit-off. A reminder: Isis Mill Traders’ Day, Saturday, March 28 – nominate your team now for the 3 Person Ambrose as numbers are limited. JUNIORS THE Juniors competed in Monthly Medal this week, bringing the Junior competition round in line with the Seniors. In the 3 hole event, Max and Nicholas Corsetti continue to improve. Max had his best round ever. With Phynn Boase away, Macie Hinton took the 3 hole monthly medal. In the 6 hole event, Ryan Blinco and Cooper Rehbein were again neck and neck. After countback, Cooper took the monthly medal. In the 9 hole, Xavier Freeman continues to improve, hitting the ball further and reducing his putting strokes. Wesley Hinton finished with a gross score of 58 to take the monthly medal. In the 13 hole event, Cooper Burns won by 4 shots (after handicap) to his sister Amara. Next week both Cooper and Amara will be on the same handicap, sibling rivalry will be peeking. Next week is chip and putt with coaching from 7am (thanks Damian Dowling). All newcomers welcome. ISIS VETS THE 4BBB competition with a secret partner saw a number of unfamiliar combinations, with a few very successful. Col Dennett and Bob Werne proved most successful with their combined stableford score, a remarkable 80 points – worthy winners. Runners-up, Dave Robinson and Rusty Usmar scored 71, while 2nd runners-up, Ted Buckland and Scott White (new member), won that spot with 67 points, on a countback from Robyn Robinson and Michael Stanton. Approach shot winner for the men was Norm Plath (0.14m), for the women Robyn Robinson (in the hole), and for the combined approach, Paul McCarragher (in the hole). Robyn also led the Chook Run winners with 28 nett, from Jack Smith, Col Dennett (30), Larry Pershouse, Garry Carlon (33), Ray Burrowes and Rae McCliskie (34). Next week is the V.I.P. Stroke event, this month sponsored by Ron Denny. See you there for the 12 noon hit-off. CHILDERS SOCIAL A LOVELY morning saw 24 players for a Single Stableford over the Front Nine led off by the Ladies only group from the First The winner after a countback was Paul McCarragher on 22 points and losing 2.7 off his Handicap. Second was Col Dennett also with 22 and losing 1.8 and for the first time since joining the Social Club Dominic Mete with 21 points and losing 2.0 off his handicap with a personal best. The A Grade Longest Drive was won by Marg Dennett, the B Grade Longest Drive by Paul McCarragher, and the B Grade Approach on the 10th by Ray Burrows and the A Grade NTP Pin on the 10th by Col Dennett. Paul McCarragher also won the NTP on the 13th but was not close enough to take the Golden Circle. Next week we will be playing Secret Partners with names drawn out of the hat after the game to match players, it will be the luck of the draw. We will play a Stroke and Putt game over the Front Nine with Tee off at 7.30am. Don’t forget that the $2 brekkie is always on and put your ticket in the box to win a full payment of one person’s dues to the Isis Golf Club for next year. The game at Bargara will be played on the March 22, teeing off at 7.30am. Cost to members will be approx. $10 for those who have their own buggy and $25 for those who have to hire a buggy. The cost includes 18 holes of golf and a lunch.