The gentle breeze ensured that members enjoyed the afternoon’s single stableford competition, with some strong scoring.
Peter Hrelja recorded 39 points to win from Kev Savage with 36 points, second on a countback from Craig Reynolds, with rundowns to Roger Draper, Peter Hutton (35 each), Dean Page and Bill Herring (34 each).
Larry Pershouse (0.72m) won the B Division approach on 1&10; Nigel Radin (7.4m) won the A Division pinshot on 4&13; Norm Plath (3.2m) won the B Division pinshot there.
This Saturday, members face the challenge of the final Monthly Medal for 2016. Hope to see you all there, with a plate to share.
A reminder: the annual Sponsors’ Appreciation Day occurs in two weeks on November 12, providing the opportunity to show how much we do appreciate the support of all sponsors from within and
outside the club. Women
On last Thursday the ladies played a single stroke competition with Lisa Cooney winning with nett 71 from Jennifer McKay on 73. Kerry Schnack (1.76m) won the approach.
This Thursday, the last Monthly Medal competition for 2016 will be played.
On Saturday Rae McCliskie won with 35 points in the single stableford competition from Kerry Schnack on 34, with a rundown to Joan Kelly on 33. Kerry (0.31m) also won the approach on 6&15.
Next Saturday we play our final monthly medal single stroke competition for the year. See you there with a plate.
Don’t forget the Sponsors’ Appreciation Day on November 12. Vets
If they had been race horses a few players would have to be tested after the results in the Melbourne Cup single stableford competition.
The outstanding performance was by Ray Walker who returned a score of 42 points to win A Division from Niel Rieck and Vicki McAulay both on 37, Niel second on countback.
Lisa Cooney recorded 37 points to win B Division on a countback from Barry Steinke, with Rae McCliskie third on 36 points.
The ladies’ approach on 6&15 was won by Vicki McAulay (0.69m); the men’s approach on 1&10 by Nigel Radin (0.15m); the combined approach on 4&13 by Rae McCliskie (0.75m).
Chook Run scores were much more realistic this week: Vicki McAulay won with 30
nett from Rae McCliskie on 31, with Helen Ricciardi and Niel Rieck collecting the last two birds with 32 nett.
Next week we play the ever popular single stableford competition. Social
Sunday 30: the weather turned on a good day for 19 golfers playing a Stableford on the back nine holes.
The winner with 22 was Bob Cochrane, losing 3.1 from his handicap. Second place went to Al Ball on a count back with 21 and losing 1.6. In third place with 21 was Hoss Eberl who lost 1.4 from his handicap.
B-Grade approach on the 10th hole was won by Paul McCarragher who also won the Centre Fairway Drive and the Combined Longest Drive.
The Combined Nearest the Pin on the 13th and Men’s approach on the 15th hole was won by Hoss Eberl. The Combined Nearest the Pin on the 14th hole was won by Bob Cochrane.
Next week we will be playing for the monthly mug which will be combined with the Captain’s day. This will be an 18-hole event.
There will be more prizes on offer than usual so not a game to be missed. A reminder to everyone the following week we have our second and final match for the year against the Lighthouse.
Hopefully we will be able to retain the trophy. Remember it is a 7.30am hit off and as always new members and visitors are welcome.
GOLF DAY: Isis Golf Club members enjoying a day on the green.