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MEN A WARM An­zac Day af­ter­noon in­vited a goodly num­ber to play in the an­nual sin­gle stroke event with ap­pro­pri­ate An­zac tro­phies, with a num­ber of play­ers record­ing ex­cel­lent scores. Michael Stan­ton won A Di­vi­sion with 65 net one stroke ahead of run­ner-up Mark Tedge with run­downs go­ing to Norm Plath on 67, Will Martell 69 and Damien Dowl­ing 72. Curtis Fredrik­sen recorded net 63 to be the run­away win­ner in B Di­vi­sion with Roger Draper run­ner-up on 69. Run­downs went to Len Stal­lard, Bob Champ­ney and Brett Martell all on 72 net. Dave Robin­son won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10 (1.79m) and Ross Ni­col the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach (1.06m). Ray Walker the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4&13 (2.6m) and Adrian Martin the B Di­vi­sion pin­shot (12m). A re­minder: Pairs Match­play fi­nal is to be played on or be­fore Satur­day, June 13: Peter Russo and Rod­ney Wag­ner ver­sus Keith Rule and Larry Per­shouse. Next Satur­day mem­bers again play in a sin­gle stroke com­pe­ti­tion for the May Monthly Medals – re­mem­ber to bring a plate for an af­ter-game snack! Hit-off at 12.30pm. WOMEN KERRY Sch­nack en­joyed her first Thurs­day com­pe­ti­tion, record­ing 42 points to win the sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion from Diane Rowley on 39 points, with Lisa Cooney win­ning a run­down on 38 points. Co­ralie Vol­gyesi won best nine holes with 20 points. Vicki McAu­lay was near­est the pin with her sec­ond shot to win the ladies’ ap­proach. This Thurs­day we will be play­ing a sin­gle stable­ford again, 8am hit off. On An­zac Day, Rae McCliskie scored 71 net to win the A G Paul Me­mo­rial Tro­phy do­nated an­nu­ally by the Ruddy fam­ily, with So­phie Martell run­ner-up on 72. Run­downs went to Co­ralie Vol­gyesi and He­len Ricciardi. So­phie also won the ladies’ ap­proach, 0.23 me­tres from the hole. Next Satur­day we play for the May Monthly Goblet, hit-off at 12.30pm – re­mem­ber to bring a plate! VETS THE stroke ver­sus par com­pe­ti­tion proved as chal­leng­ing as ex­pected with a few play­ers reg­is­ter­ing a pos­i­tive re­sult. Vicki Wyeth man­aged to record plus 3 and be over­all win­ner for the day, on a count­back from Joy Cart­ner. Norm Plath won A Di­vi­sion with plus 2 on a count­back from Michael Stan­ton, with Ray Walker 2nd run­ner-up on plus 1. He­len Ricciardi won best nine holes with plus 3, Joy won B Di­vi­sion with her plus 3 score from Co­ralie Vol­gyesi on plus 2 and Ian McKay on plus 1. Bob Champ­ney won best nine holes with plus 2. Mark McAu­lay won the men’s ap­proach and Vicki made it a fam­ily af­fair win­ning the women’s ap­proach. Michael Stan­ton won the com­bined ap­proach. Michael also led the Chook Run win­ners with 31 net, from Joy Cart­ner and Larry Per­shouse on 32, Adrian Martin, Keith Rule, Vicki Wyeth and Vicki McAu­lay, all on 33 on a spin. Next Tues­day we en­joy a re­turn to a friend­lier sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion. See you there for the noon hit-off.

SO­CIAL ON Sun­day, April 26 - very blus­tery morn­ing greeted the play­ers with winds adding a chill fac­tor to what would have been oth­er­wise a mag­nif­i­cent day. Some man­aged to han­dle the winds and Scotty White showed how it was done with a 23 los­ing 3.5 off his hand­i­cap, Bill Long with 19 and los­ing 1.8 in sec­ond and third was Bob Cochrane on 18 and los­ing 0.5 Bob also man­aged to win the B Grade Ap­proach on the 10th, Dave Hills won the A-grade long­est drive, Len (I never win any­thing) Stal­lard the B-grade long­est drive, Chris Fitzsi­mons the men’s ap­proach on the 15th and Adam Smith the Com­bined Ap­proach on the 16th. Next week we will play the May Mug Day event over the Front Nine, Stroke and Putt with a new start time of 8am. Just a re­minder about the bug­gies, mo­torised or hand , please keep them away from the greens and make sure that if in a mo­torised buggy you do not drive across the tees. Sand buck­ets for all to fill not only your div­ots but those left by oth­ers and make sure that you re­pair any plug marks in the greens even if they are not your own, Af­ter the Sun­day games it would be ap­pre­ci­ated if mem­bers would elect to empty the bins with­out be­ing re­minded. It seems the same peo­ple are al­ways left to do it so let’s have those other mem­bers lend a hand, thanks in ad­vance. Have a great week and see you at 8am on Sun­day.

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