RESULTS from Single Stableford played on the back nine on Sunday, November 22: A field of 24 lined up for the last chance at scoring for the various prizes awarded at our end-of-year celebrations. The calculations are all done and the players will know who has won on the afternoon of the December 6 at the Maryborough game. Sunday’s winner was Leigh Hart who confessed he thought he was up for the NAGA so put in an extra bit of effort to come in with 23 stableford points, losing him 4.0 off his handicap. Sue Long was second with 21 and lost 2.8 and Col Dennett was third on a countback from Nigel Ison with 20 and losing 0.9. The B-grade approach on the 10th was won by Bob Fraser. The A-grade longest drive by Col Dennett. The B-rade longest drive was won by by Nigel Ison. Paul McCarragher took out the combined nearest the pin on the 13th. Leigh Hart won the men’s Approach on the 15th and Bill Kirchhof won the combined approach on the 16th. Nigel Ison also managed to win the last Golden Circle for the Year with a drive on the 4th/13th which was only 0.86m from the hole. Next week we will play a Captains Day game with the captain supplying the prizes. It will be a stroke and putt game but the difference will be that all in a group will tee off and the players will choose the best drive and then play their own balls from there until in the hole. As there will be no scoring for the championship the handicaps handed down for next week will stay in place until the start of next year’s regulation games. The final names are in for the Maryborough game and meal planned for December 6 so if you have missed out, sorry but the numbers have been booked. There will be 25 players and 30 meals provided with buggies for those not bringing their own or riding with someone already. Tee off will be 7.30am on Sunday, December 6. Presidents Day will be staged on December 13 with the usual Three Club Day and after the game the Annual General Meeting.