Char­ity golf day

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT -

The Royal Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal is host­ing a char­ity day at Sey­mour Golf Club on Satur­day.

Par­tic­i­pants are asked to assem­ble at 11 am for an 11.30 am tee off, with the com­pe­ti­tion fea­tur­ing prizes for best men’s, best women’s, and best mixed, along with a lucky card draw, a Ryan (21) had a great day out on the course scor­ing 40 points to win the day.

Near­est-the-pins went to John Hed­ley on the fourth, John Porter on the sixth, Gary Wright on the 12th and Greg Pell on the 17th.

The ball pool went to scores of 36 points on a count-back.

The nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion was won by Ann Wil­son (28) with a solid 18 points against run­ner-up Dawn Leece with 15 points.

David (Stubby) Byrne also made it into the ball pool with 13 points.

On Thurs­day the women de­cided to try their luck in a dif­fer­ent dis­trict and they trav­elled to Kyne­ton to com­pete in their bowl.

While one of the teams en­tered was not able to win the bowl, Tina Foun­tain had a great score of 41 points to win C-grade on the day.

The more pleas­ant and lighter evenings are pro­vid­ing good con­di­tions for the so­cial nine-holes on Fri­day nights.

This week there was a three­way NAGA award and var­i­ous nov­elty prizes.

The event will fea­ture an on­course bar­be­cue and drinks, with a shot­gun start, at a cost of $20/head.

For more in­for­ma­tion phone Sey­mour Golf Club on 5792 1117. count-back to de­cide the win­ner over holes one to nine.

Peter Sawyer (6) came out on top with 20 points to win the count-back against Greg Pell and Aaron Pell.

Satur­day was the monthly medal for both men and women and there were some hot scores in both events.

The men were com­pet­ing for the Alan Fish Me­mo­rial Medal and there were some ter­rific scores pro­duced to try and win it.

Roger Ed­ward’s per­sis­tence since join­ing the club in Jan­uary fi­nally paid off when he had the best men’s score of 98-31=67 to win the medal and C-grade.

The A-grade win­ner was Dave En­ri­cho with 79-11= 68, while B-grade was won by Bill Brock, also with a good score, with 82-13=69.

The best scratch score of 79 was tied be­tween Dave En­ri­cho, John Boruch and Dave Pearce.

Near­est-the-pin on the fourth went to Dan O’Sullivan, the sixth was won by Greg Pell, Dave

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