Carnivale and junior clinics at Mossman
MOSSMAN Golf Club hosted a successful Day 1 of Carnivale Golf last Sunday.
The Club is again hosting free Junior clinics each Tuesday 5pm - 6pm for youngsters aged six to 17. Please call Geoff Goodwin for further details on 0418 456 901.
Tuesdays men’s par event was won by Matty Smith with +4 on a countback to Warren Maxwell ahead of Mal Phillips and Bill Allison.
Nearest the pins were John Cameron on 6 and 8, James Brown on 10, I Ferguson on 13 and Brian Field on 17.
Wednesday’s nine-hole sporters was won by Sammy Brischetto with 21 points ahead of B. Lambert.
Nearest the pins were John Cameron on 6 and Kerri-Lynn Williams on 8.
Thursday’s ladies stableford event was won by Judy McCormack with 38 points ahead of Glenda Christensen 37 on a countback to Virginia Goodall.
Nearest the pins were Trish Landy on 6, Kerri-Lynn on 8, Gayle Healey on 10, Judy on 13 and Margaret Lambourne on 17.
Friday’s event was won by Norm Lockwood with 22 points.
The men’s Saturday stableford event attracted a great field of 60 players. Division I was won by Keith Gard with 36 points ahead of Art Howard and Division 2 was won by R.Thomas with 46 points ahead of Geoff Goodwin 42.
Nearest the pins were James Doolah on 6, Broz Jurie on 8, P. Welsh on 10, Ian Steley on 13 and Brett Jurie on 17.
Saturday’s ladies stableford event was won by Cathy Campbell with 38 points ahead of Glenda Christensen 35 and Trish Landy 34.
Nearest the pins were Trish on 8, Shona Barbour on 10, Leonie Phillips on 13 and Jenny Rowell on 17.
All are welcome to play on Sunday in the St Augustine’s School Charity Golf Day with great prizes for all teams including best dressed. Cost is $40 per person which includes four-ball ambrose golf, with 9am shotgun start followed by a barbecue lunch.
Bookings essential for motorised buggies.