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Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

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.

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