Jnr clinics and medals
MOSSMAN Golf Club will host Day 1 of Carnivale Golf on Sunday and teams can still register.
The club is again hosting free junior clinics each Tuesday 5pm - 6pm for youngsters aged six to 17 years. Call Geoff Goodwin for further details on 0418 456 901.
Tuesday’s monthly medal sponsored by Blood Orange was won by Bruce Cheesman with nett 66 ahead of Matty Gray and Maurice Meth.
Nearest the pins were John Carney on 6, Ian Steley on 8, Brian ‘‘Boof’’ MacDonald on 10 and 13 and Laurie Prosser on 17.
Wednesday’s nine-hole sporters was won by Jack Boyd with 22 points ahead of Maurice Meth.
Nearest the pins were Dennis Blake on 10 and Jack on 13 and 17.
Thursday’s ladies par event was won by Bette Wells with -4 on a countback to Ellen Clark.
Nearest the pins were Bev Cowe on 6 and Jane Chidgey on 8.
Friday’s event was won by Ed Sant with 19 points.
The men’s Saturday stableford event was won by Norm Lockwood with 39 points ahead of Maurice Meth on a countback to Russell Jeffrey.
Nearest the pins were Russell on 6, Brett Jurie on 8, David Budge on 10, Brendon Wood on 13 and Maurice on 17.
Saturday’s ladies stableford event included 16 Cairns members who enjoyed the day and took home the major prizes and three nearest the pins.
The event was won by Jane Johannsen with 36 points ahead of Marianne Schaeffer on a countback to Dawn Young.
Nearest the pins were Evie Golightly on 6, 13 and 17 and Pris Freeman on 8 and 10.
On Sunday, John Cameron won with 35 points ahead of Art Howard.
All are welcome to play on Sunday, May 26, in the St Augustine’s School Charity Golf Day with great prizes for all teams including best dressed.
The $40 per person fee includes four-ball ambrose golf, with 9am shotgun start followed by a barbecue lunch.
Bookings essential for motorised buggies.