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MEN ON Satur­day mem­bers en­joyed a club spon­sored sin­gle stable­ford ap­pre­ci­at­ing the au­tum­nal weather which is ar­riv­ing at last. Will Martell played well scor­ing 40 points to win A Di­vi­sion, with Clin­ton Dowl­ing run­ner-up on 38 points and scor­ing an ea­gle on the sec­ond hole. Phil Luck­ett and Bill Cowan re­ceived run­downs both record­ing 35 points. Michael Stan­ton had the best nine holes with 19 points. Peter Hut­ton won B Di­vi­sion with 37 points from Curtis Fredrik­sen on 35 points, with run­downs go­ing to Mark McAu­lay and Bill Kingston both on 33 points. Larry Per­shouse won best nine holes with 19 points. The A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10 went to Ivan Philpott and the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach to Peter Hut­ton 3cm from the hole. Michael Stan­ton won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4&13 just 1.8m from the hole. Next Satur­day mem­bers play in a sin­gle stroke com­pe­ti­tion our an­nual An­zac Day tra­di­tion, hit-off at 12.30pm. WOMEN THURS­DAY play­ers en­joyed a Mul­li­gan’s stroke com­pe­ti­tion with Mar­garet Dennett win­ning with 66 nett from Co­ralie Vol­gyesi on 67 nett. Run­downs went to Diane Rowley (68) and Val Plath (69). Vicki McAu­lay was near­est the pin at 3 me­tres. This Thurs­day we will be play­ing a sin­gle stable­ford. So­phie Martell won the sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion on Satur­day with 36 points on a count­back from Cyn­thia Draper, with Co­ralie Vol­gyesi win­ning best nine holes with 19 points. Rae McCliskie with 34 points re­ceived a run­down. Cyn­thia won the ladies’ ap­proach 1.05m from the hole. On An­zac Day next Satur­day we play a sin­gle stroke round for the A.G. Paul Me­mo­rial Tro­phy do­nated by the Ruddy fam­ily. JU­NIORS THE Bar­gara ju­nior car­ni­val was held last week­end with sev­eral Isis ju­nior golfers do­ing very well. Will Martell had a round of 78 which won him the nett com­pe­ti­tion in A-grade boys comp and meant that he fin­ished third over­all. In the 18 hole girls’ event So­phie Martell was able to do the same tak­ing out the Nett Com­pe­ti­tion with a Nett 66 gross of 89. This was also good enough to take third place out. In other di­vi­sions Cooper Burns was the gross win­ner in the 9 hole event with a score of 60, while his sis­ter Amara was able to take run­ner Up Nett in her 13 hole di­vi­sion. Xavier Free­man con­tin­ues his rapid im­prove­ment with a sec­ond in the 6 hole event with a score of 31. Next week ju­nior golf will be in re­cess due to the An­zac day cer­e­monies. See you the week af­ter. VETS ON Tues­day, the third of the month, mem­bers played in the VIP monthly stroke com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by the McAu­lays (Mark and Vicki) and Vol­gye­sis (Las­zlo and Co­ralie) who pro­vided a very much ap­pre­ci­ated range of prizes and a va­ri­ety of tasty af­ter-game snacks. Neil Rieck was the win­ner in A Di­vi­sion with 70 nett from Barry Steinke on 71, 2nd on a count­back from Dave Robin­son, with run­downs to Ray Walker and Nigel Radin. Kev Den­ham scored a mas­terly 66 nett to win B Di­vi­sion from Ted Buck­land on 68, an­other fine score, with Ken Al­bion 3rd on 72. Run­downs went to Bob Champ­ney and Roger Draper. Diane Rowley won the Women’s Di­vi­sion with 70 nett from Joy Cart­ner on 74, 2nd on a count­back from Robyn Robin­son. Run­downs went to Val Plath and Joan Kelly. Phil Luck­ett put his sec­ond shot in the hole from the bunker to win the ap­proach on 1&10. Barry Steinke put his sec­ond shot in the hole to win the ap­proach on 4&13, with Robyn claim­ing the women’s ap­proach on the same hole. Diane Rowley put her sec­ond shot 0.05m from the hole to win the women’s ap­proach on 6&15. Ted Buck­land led the Chook Run win­ners with 28 nett, from Barry Steinke on 30, fol­lowed by Dave Robin­son on 32, Bob Champ­ney on 33, Norm Plath and Ken Al­bion on 34, with Joan Wright with 35 win­ning the last chicken on a spin. Rae McCliskie won the En­cour­age­ment award with an un­men­tion­able score. Next week on April 28 we play a round ver­sus par. Noon hit-off. CHILDERS SO­CIAL TWENTY-FIVE play­ers took to the field this morn­ing un­der clear skies and a lovely clear au­tumn day. Apart from a bit of mois­ture from the dew on the course it was in pic­ture post­card con­di­tion. The win­ner to­day was Rhonda Zahn with 31 and man­ag­ing to lose 3.9 off her hand­i­cap, sec­ond on a count­back was Bob Cochrane with 32 and los­ing 2.9 and third Bill Long also on 32 and los­ing 2.0 off his hand­i­cap. Bob also took out the B-grade ap­proach on the 1st and Bill the B-grade Long­est Drive. Other win­ners for the day were Terry Smallman with the A-grade Long­est Drive, Col Dennett with the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 7th and Do­minic Mete the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 6th beat­ing the hand­i­cap­per, not a good idea as it may come back to bite him in the fu­ture. Next week we will play a Sin­gle Stable­ford over the Back Nine and I ask once again that mem­bers fill their cards in and make sure they are on the ta­ble for me to pick the teams for the day, don’t put them in your pock­ets as has been done, don’t rely on oth­ers to put your cards in, please make sure you do it your­self. If you are trav­el­ling in a buggy with some­one sta­ple the cards to­gether to make life eas­ier, thank you. Just a re­minder that new sand buck­ets are avail­able so make sure you take one with you and that you fill your div­ots in on the fair­ways and the tees and fix any plug marks on the greens even if they are not your own. Full Rules of Golf ap­ply ex­cept for the Pre­ferred Lie Rule that is only to be used in So­cial Club Games and only on the Fair­way you are play­ing on and no that doesn’t mean if you hit onto an­other Fair­way with a duffed shot you can use that Rule. One card length only. Have a great week and catch you on Sun­day.

GIN GIN RE­SULTS of Vet­er­ans 18 Hole Stroke played on Tues­day, April 14 and spon­sored by High­way Ho­tel. Win­ner: Carol Martin 72 Run­down: Len Josie 73, Jim Man­der­son Jnr 75. Other Scores: Jesse Find­lay 76, Neil Kel­lie 81, Brian Tobin, Jim Man­der­son Snr 82. Pin Shot 7 and 16: Jim Man­der­son Snr. Ap­proach Shot 5 and 14: Len Josie, 9 and 18: Jesse Find­lay. Putts: Jesse Find­lay 28. Re­sults from 18 Hole Stroke event played on Satur­day April 18and spon­sored by Club. Win­ner: Jesse Find­lay 68. Run Down: Dar­ryl But­ler 70, Gary Kraatz 74, Brian Gil­lies, Pat Jones, Brian Stevens 75. Other Scores: Scott Wal­lace 76, Ja­son Shield, Jim Man­der­son Snr 77, Quin­ton Jensen 78, Ge­off Bran­don, Tim Mar­ri­nan 79, Ivan Ke­une, Ross Ron­lund, John Gab­bert 80, Jill Mar­ri­nan, John Bolt 83, Jim Man­der­son Jnr 87, Jenny Jones 100. Pin Shot 7 and 16, Ja­son Shield 2.33. Long Putt: Dar­ryl But­ler. Next Week: Satur­day, April 25, An­zac Day Shot Gun start at 1pm. Sun­day, April 26, Gin Gin Ladies Open Day. Nom­i­na­tions Phone or fax to 4157 2307 or email gingin­golf@dodo.com.au.

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