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Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

A RAINY morn­ing as I left home made me won­der if there would be any play­ers but luck­ily the rain was lo­calised to my area and we ended up with 23 play­ers. The hu­mid­ity was very high, with the threat early on of some rain giv­ing way to a sunny morn­ing. Rob Blows man­aged the course very well, com­ing in first with 30 and los­ing 4.0 off his hand­i­cap. There was a three-way tie for sec­ond, with Dave Durie com­ing sec­ond af­ter a count­back with 32 and los­ing 1.9, and Bill Kirch­hof com­ing third, also with 32 and los­ing 1.9. The third player on 32 was Leigh Hart, who man­aged to es­cape the hand­i­cap­per’s wrath. The least putts was won by Bob Fraser, the B Grade Ap­proach on the 1st by Domonic Mete, the B Grade long­est drive by Hoss Eberl, a mon­ster hit by the way – he must have been read­ing the ex­cel­lent ar­ti­cles on golf in the Town and Coun­try. Ross Nicols took out the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 4th, but well out­side the Golden Cir­cle mark, and Bill Kirch­hof the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 6th. Next week we will play a Sin­gle Sta­ble­ford on the back nine to fin­ish off the of­fi­cial scor­ing games for this year for Player of the Year and the rest of the prizes which we must get or­dered and de­liv­ered for early De­cem­ber. The list for the Christ­mas game and din­ner at Mary­bor­ough are now fi­nalised and the meals or­dered, so if you have for­got­ten to nom­i­nate, it’s now too late. The times etc will be given out the week be­fore the game, which is on De­cem­ber 6, 2015 and fol­lowed the week af­ter on De­cem­ber 13, 2015 by Cap­tain’s Day and the gen­eral meet­ing to elect the new mem­bers for the 2016 com­mit­tee. The list of nom­i­na­tions is on the board, so if you want to nom­i­nate or nom­i­nate some­one else, please do so by De­cem­ber 6. Have a great week and see you on Sun­day – Paul McCar­ragher.

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