Duo dom­i­nates

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -


The McPher­son Wines’ two-man Am­brose event was played at Nagam­bie Golf Club on Sun­day.

The weather wasn’t the best, with wind and rain, but this did not prevent low scores be­ing carded.

Jeff Mills and Tim Baldwin led the way with 3-un­der par 69-6.75-62.25 to win the day.

Run­ners-up also with a score un­der par were Shaun Bryant and David Love shoot­ing a 71-6-65.

Their round had three birdies, but was marred by a dam­ag­ing dou­ble bo­gey.

Next best were Lind­say Hall and Phil Hage­man with 74-7.25-66.75.

The near­est the pins went to Gary Bow on the third, Harold Rayner on the 13th and Shaun Bryant get­ting lucky with a gust of wind that blew his ball back on course to claim the 16th.

Next week’s golf is a stroke event and is also the gold medal play­off for all re­cip­i­ents of a monthly from the pre­vi­ous 12 months.

Wed­nes­day was a sta­ble­ford round for women and men.

In the women’s, Dilva Grattan (33) was the re­sound­ing win­ner with a ter­rific score of 41 points.

The next best score was Irene Davey with 38 and those two scooped the ball pool for the day.

The ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion was the most one putts which went to Irene Davey with six.

The men’s was won by


Dun­can Chisholm (31) with a great score of 40 points.

Shar­ing the run­ners-up prize was Gary Neville (19) and Matt Col­lard (22) who scored 39 points.

Near­est the pins were only claimed on holes four and six and those went to Joey Pass­more and Gary Neville re­spec­tively.

To get a ball you needed a score of 35 points on a count­back.

Satur­day had the men com­pet­ing for the Oc­to­ber monthly medal and it was also the first round of the cham­pi­onships.

Win­ning the medal and C-grade, with the best score of the day, was Rob Old­man with a nice 86-18-68.

The A-grade win­ner was Matt O’Sul­li­van who also had the best scratch score of 74-3-71.

The B-grade win­ner was Bill Brock with an­other good score of 82-13-69.

Dave En­ri­cho had near­est to the pin on the fourth and sixth holes, the 12th went to Wayne Evans and the 17th was won by Rob Old­man.

There was no need to mea­sure the drive and pitch on the eighth hole as Irene Davey was in the hole for an ea­gle to win and the 15th drive and pitch went to Ian Stu­art.

To get a ball a score of nett 73 was re­quired.

The women played a par round and the best score of the day went to Sue McCall (16) with a great score of plus three.

The ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion of the best nine in score also went to Sue McCall with plus two scored on the back nine.

The balls went to Sue McCall, Liz Gee with plus two and Irene Davey with mi­nus two on a count­back.

The Fri­day so­cial nine holes this week will be played over holes one to nine and the game is stroke.

On Satur­day the women will start their cham­pi­onships, while the men move to the sec­ond round, so it will be a stroke event for all.


On Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 4, nine women com­peted for a 4BBB Sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

The win­ners were Sally Baze­ley and Jo Goodacre with 45 points and the run­ners-up were Sally and Jane Bow with 44 points.

The ball win­ners were Sally (two), Jo and Jane.

Near­est the pin on the third was Sally and the 16th was An­nette Mills.

The Chicken Run on Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 5 was won by Lind­say Hall with 41-7-34 nett from a field of 31 lay­ers.

Near­est to the pin on the eighth was Alan Labas.

On Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 11 it will be a sta­ble­ford round for the monthly medal and on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 18 it will be a par round.

Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 12 will be a Sta­ble­ford round on the back nine.

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