Sum­mer cup tro­phy win for Cress­well

Seymour Telegraph - - LOCAL CLASSIES -

Sey­mour

The cool change this week brought strong winds, mak­ing con­di­tions dif­fi­cult for Wed­nes­day golfers.

The women’s scores re­flected the tough con­di­tions with the top score only 30 points.

This was achieved by two golfers and Shirley Wright (13) won on a count­back from Sue McCall.

The ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion of the best odd holes was also set­tled by a count­back be­tween the two top scor­ers.

Wright came out on top again with 16 points.

The ball pool went to Wright, McCall and Glenda Woods with 28 points.

In the men’s com­pe­ti­tion, Gary Wright (10) backed up last week’s win when he had the top score of 39 points again this week.

Rob Peter­son was the next best with 38 points.

The near­est the pin on the fourth was Gary Wright, 12th to Greg Pell, 17th to Matt Bibby and the sixth stayed with the club.

A score of 34 points on a count­back was needed for a ball.

The mixed nine holes was won by Phil Block (25) with 17 points.

Dawn Leece had the next best score of 14 points and Ann Smith was also in the ball pool.

The Fri­day night so­cial nine holes was well at­tended, with golfers play­ing stroke across holes one to nine.

The win­ning score of net 34 was shared by Bill Keat­ing (20) and Dave Pearce (6).

Satur­day was the monthly medal and the con­di­tions were near per­fect fol­low­ing the heat and hu­mid­ity of last week­end.

The medal win­ner for the men was Archie Cur­rie, who also won C grade with this great score of 87-19=68.

The next best score went to the A grade win­ner, Greg Pell, who also had the best scratch score with 74-5=69.

In B grade, the win­ner was Steve Di Tul­lio with a steady 81-11=70 on a count­back from John Mus­covich.

The near­est the pins went to Matt Bibby on the fourth, Paul Niebling on the sixth, Ian Richard­son on the 12th and Matt Bibby on the 17th.

The drive and pitch on the eighth was won by John Mus­covich and the 15th went to Craig Zotti.

A score of 72 was needed to be in the ball pool.

The women’s Satur­day com­pe­ti­tion was the monthly medal as well as the fi­nal round of the Beale Fam­ily Sum­mer Cup.

In daily re­sults, the A grade and the monthly medal win­ner was Irene Davey with 89-18=71 on a count­back form Sharon Cress­well.

The B grade win­ner was Liz Gee with 95-23=72.

The near­est the pin on the 17th went to Glenda Woods and the ball pool went to Irene Davey, Sharon Cress­well, Liz Gee, Pat Fer­ris and Pam Jarvis with net 74.

Even though she missed out on the monthly medal, Sharon Cress­well’s score helped her to be the win­ner of the Beale Fam­ily Sum­mer Cup with a to­tal score of 216.

It was a close fin­ish with McCall and Fer­ris only one shot back in se­cond spot.

The Fri­day so­cial nine holes this week is a stable­ford over holes seven to 15.

On Satur­day, the men and women will take a break from stroke and play stable­ford.

Nagam­bie

The monthly medal brings out the best in Nagam­bie golfers with 19 play­ers tee­ing up while the club had 10 rep­re­sen­ta­tives com­pet­ing in the sum­mer pen­nant com­pe­ti­tion.

Jeff Mills con­tin­ued his re­cent run of good form, win­ning the medal on count­back from Joe Labas.

Mills fired an ex­cel­lent round of 81-14-67, while Labas came up just short for the se­cond week in a row with 91-24-67.

Mills has cred­ited his re­cent run of good form due to reg­u­lar play­ing part­ner Phil Neville be­ing away on pen­nant duty.

The near­est the pins went to Jeff Mills on the third, Lind­say Hall the 13th and Shaun Spicer slap­ping one onto the 16th.

Next week’s reg­u­lar com­pe­ti­tion will be moved to Satur­day, Shaun Bryant is on of­fice duty and Greg White­man in the bar.

This move is to make way for the fifth round of the GMDGA sum­mer pen­nant, which Nagam­bie will host on Sun­day from 8 am.

The fourth round of the sum­mer pen­nant sea­son was played at the Kialla Golf Club with Nagam­bie re­main­ing win less for the sea­son with another dis­ap­point­ing re­sult, Nagam­bie lost to Kyabram Val­ley View 11⁄2 to 31⁄2.

Nagam­bie’s four-per­son am­brose se­ries, spon­sored by Costa Mush­rooms, was in full swing on Fri­day with 48 play­ers turn­ing up for the nine-hole so­cial com­pe­ti­tion.

The win­ning team was a pop­u­lar re­sult with Lind­say Hall and his ring-ins — Glen Daw­son, Daniel Hall and Jack­son Hut­ton — tak­ing the win with a three un­der 33, nett 28.

The near­est the pins went to Freda Nor­ris on the 13th and Mar­garet Hall on the 16th for the women and Shane McCormick on the 13th and Glen Daw­son putting one close on the 16th for the men.

The club thanks the spon­sors and all the vol­un­teers who made the night a great suc­cess. Women In women’s golf, 12 women played stroke in much cooler, but quite windy con­di­tions, on Jan­uary 31.

A grade win­ner was Jenny Jeong with nett 74 and B and C grade win­ner was Judi Red­fern with nett 74.

Nine-hole win­ner was An­drea Richards with nett 37.5 and 18-hole balls went to Jeong, Red­fern and Irene Keogh (76).

Nine-hole balls went to Richards, Jeong (38), and Dei­dre Kleinig (38.5)

Near­est the pin on the third was Jo Goodacre, while Jeong was near­est on the 16th.

To­day is a four-ball best-ball stroke round.

The chicken run on Fe­bru­ary 1 had 22 play­ers.

Shaun Spicer was the win­ner with 22 points. Near­est the pin on the 16th was Bill Le­vis­ton.

To­mor­row is a par to be played on the front nine, with near­est the pin on the eighth.

Win­ner: Sharon Cress­well claimed the Beale Fam­ily Sum­mer Cup tro­phy.

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