Golfers out in force for Lions charity day
IT was another busy week at the Mossman Golf Club which included Chisel’s sponsor day on Saturday followed by the Lions Club Charity Day on Sunday.
The highlight would have to be a double ace on the 170m par 3 17th on Saturday, with Chisel and Dave Nesbitt both hitting the jackpot from the tee.
In other results Dennis Blake won division one with 39 points ahead of Ian Prewett on 38 points.
Huey Collins won division two with a massive 46 points ahead of Phil Dunnicliffe on 42 points.
Laurie Prosser won nearest the pin on 6, Ian Prewett on 8, Russell Jeffrey on 10 and John Deuble on 13.
Marie Aaskov won the ladies with 39 points ahead of Tracey Benham on 38 points.
Judy McCormack won nearest the pin on 8, Patti Graham on 10, Lyn Heimann on 13 and Bev Symons on 17.
Eighty-seven players came out on Sunday to support the Mossman Lions Charity day in the four ball ambrose event.
Ian and Narelle Johnson, Bob Slade and John Crosland won the day with nett 54 5/8 ahead of Barry and Marie Aaskov, Peter and Bev Symons on nett 57 3/4.
Blain Hayward won nearest the pin on 6, Peter Chrisfield on 8, Bev Symons on 10, Neil Foard on 13, Christian Addison and Pris Freeman on 17.
Blain Hayward won longest drive for the men and Judy Onto won the ladies.
Earlier in the week Peter Culley regained some form to win the men’s Tuesday Stableford competition with 42 points.
Brian Fields scored second place with 41 points after a count back to Simon Nelson.
Phil Holloway won nearest the pin on 6 and Barry Brims won 8.
John Caswell won the Wednesday nine hole sporters competition with 24 points ahead of Don Demler and Ray Bennetts on 23 points.
Barry Costain won nearest the pins on 6 and 8.
On Thursday Maria Pinese cruised to victory by seven shots after scoring 45 points in the ladies Stableford competition.
Shona Barbour claimed second place with 38 points after a count back to Lucy Giles.
Ellen Clark won nearest the pin on 6 and 8, Jenny Edwards on 10, Maria on 13 and Shona on 17.
Points decision: Ian Prewett just missed out