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Four play­ers recorded nett 70 in the A Di­vi­sion Oc­to­ber Monthly Medal com­pe­ti­tion, with Blake Dowl­ing win­ning on a count­back from his dad Clin­ton with visi­tor Rus­sel Al­bion third ahead of Damien Dowl­ing, the lat­ter two re­ceiv­ing run­downs. Len Stal­lard scored nett 67 to win B Di­vi­sion from Ken Al­bion on 69, with Chris­tian Fredrick­sen (72) and Roger Draper (73) re­ceiv­ing run­downs. Dave Robin­son (1.27m) won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1 and 10, Curtis Fredrick­sen (2.36m) the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach. Clin­ton Dowl­ing (1.77m) won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4 and 13 and Bill Her­ring (1.74m) the B Di­vi­sion pin­shot. On Satur­day the club will spon­sor a Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion. On Mon­day the usual hol­i­day BBB Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford at­tracted quite a few play­ers for the com­pe­ti­tion. Len Stal­lard backed up his Monthly Medal win with a win­ning 40 points, Phil Luck­ett sec­ond on 38, John Hin­ton third on 36 and He­len Ric­cia­rdi fourth with 35pts on a count­back from Hoss Eberl. Other run­downs went to Ken Al­bion, Mark McAu­lay, Brett Martell and Robyn Robin­son. John Hin­ton was in the hole with his sec­ond shot on 4 and 13 to win the ap­proach, with Clin­ton Dowl­ing (also in the hole) sec­ond He­len Ric­cia­rdi (0.19m), the third to col­lect a ball.


On Thurs­day mem­bers com­peted for the Oc­to­ber Monthly Gob­let with Co­ralie Vol­gyesi win­ning with nett 71 from Rose Cochrane on 73, with run­downs go­ing to Kerry Sch­nack (74) and Lisa Cooney (75). Joan Wright (1.04m) won the ap­proach. Next Thurs­day we play a Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion. On Satur­day, mem­bers played for the Oc­to­ber Monthly Gob­let, with Joan Wright record­ing nett 75 to win on a count­back from Cyn­thia Draper, with a run­down go­ing to He­len Ric­cia­rdi. Robyn Robin­son (0.13m) won the ap­proach on 6 and 15. Next Satur­day we play a club-spon­sored Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion.


Warmer weather wel­comed mem­bers to the Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion. In A Di­vi­sion Terry Small­man won with 35 points from Col Den­nett on 34 points, with Dave Robin­son win­ning best nine on 20 points.In B Di­vi­sion Len Stal­lard made it three in a row win­ning with 39 points from Ken Al­bion on 37 points. Mon­ica Mad­sen win­ning best nine holes with 21 points on a count­back from Adrian Martin. Nigel Radin (in the hole) won the men’s ap­proach on 1&10; Michael Stan­ton (0.75m) the com­bined ap­proach on 4&13; Cyn­thia Draper (in the hole) the ladies’ ap­proach on 6&15. Robyn Robin­son and Len Stal­lard (32 nett) led the Chook Run win­ners, fol­lowed by Ken Al­bion, Roger Draper (33), Ki­eth Rule and Kev Den­ham (34) on spins. Next week we re­turn to play again the old faith­ful Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford. See you there for the noon hit-off.


Re­sults from 2015 Mug Day Stroke and Putt Front Nine played Oc­to­ber 4: A fine sunny morn­ing and we had a record num­ber of mem­bers turn out for the game with one visi­tor Matt who was wel­comed by one and all. The Mug of the day, sorry that should have read the win­ner of the Mug Day was Mick Ryan with 31 which al­lowed the hand­i­cap­per to pil­fer 2.9 points off his hand­i­cap. Sec­ond was a bit of a trial as we had six play­ers on 33 and af­ter a count­back it was de­cided that Dave Durie claimed sec­ond and will lose 1.6 with Peter Ma­cauley in third los­ing 1.3. The oth­ers who man­aged to score well by not take a prize or lose points were Sue Long, Scotty White, Bob Cochrane and Hoss Eberl. Well done to all and bet­ter luck next time and the hand­i­cap­per will get you in the end.The B Grade Ap­proach on the first was won by Terry Small­man, the A Grade Long­est Drive by Dave Durie, the B Grade Long­est Drive by Nigel Ison, the Com­bined Near­est the Pin by Dianne Charles and be­cause of a mix-up with the mark­ers both Dave Durie and Paul McCar­ragher won the Near­est the Pin on the 6th. Least Putts went to Scotty White and Bill Kirch­hof with 11 though how is hard to imag­ine as the greens are ter­ri­ble. The mem­bers en­joyed a hearty meal af­ter the game thanks to Roz again and those ladies seen clean­ing up af­ter the meal and thanks to those who seem to be the ones who al­ways empty the bins and take them across the road for Mon­day morn­ing col­lec­tion. It hasn’t gone un­no­ticed, let me as­sure you, thanks to all. Next week we will be play­ing a Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford over the back nine and I ask once again to please fill a card in when you ar­rive as it’s quite em­bar­rass­ing to find play­ers still stand­ing af­ter the teams have been read out. An away game is to be held on Oc­to­ber 25 at Her­vey Bay. Game, buggy and meal for $25 a head. The tee off time will be 8.30am as their So­cial Club Tees off from 7.30-8.30am. A lunch menu with sev­eral choices will be cir­cu­lated to mem­bers on the morn­ing of the game so that meals will be ready when you fin­ish your game. There will be a list posted on the no­tice board for mem­ber to put their names down if they wish to at­tend. Bug­gies are lim­ited at the mo­ment so first in best served and it may be nec­es­sary for some mem­ber to bring their own bug­gies with a cost re­duc­tion in­cluded.

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