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VETERANS Tuesday, October 10: West course. Freddy Barton won A-grade with 41 points off a handicap of 8, closely followed by David Wilson with 39 points off a handicap of 11. B-grade winner was Jimmy Ryan with 37 pts, with Paul Wisneiwski runner-up on a countback with 36 points. C-grade winner with 43 points was Barry Davies, followed by Ross Lacy with 39 points. Balls down the line went to 32 points. Nearest the pins, fifth: Tony Wouters; 13th: Ken Fielding; 16th: David Wilson. Golfer of the Year: Barry Davies 4 pts, Freddy Barton 3 pts, David Wilson 2 pts, Ross Lacy 1 pt.
WOMEN Wednesday, October 11: Sponsored by Skadoodle in Cobram, stroke round, 42 players, West course, putts counted. This event was combined with the final of the Silver Medal, won by Carol Pettit (29) 73 nett. It was also the final round for the best reduced handicap and Golfer of the Year. A-grade results: Robyn Jackson won with 71 nett, Marie Stace was runner-up 72 nett and Milly Ruigrok had 30 putts. B-grade: Carol Pettit won with nett 73, runnerup was Deb Ryan with nett 73 and the putting was won by Jill Sheedy with 31 putts. Pro balls and balls down-the-line to 76 nett.
SUPER VETS Wednesday, October 11: The nine-hole winner was Graham Landy with nett 34. Balls to 38 nett won by John Dobbie, George Hocking and Max Harrison. Max also won nearest the pins. Bruce McKenzie won Guiliana’s prize. Next week: back nine, West course.
THURSDAY COMPETITION October 12: Stableford, West course. A total of 81 men played with Freddy Barton being the victor for the second time this week with 40 points. B-grade was won by Graham Chapman with 39 points. Nearest the pins, 5th: John Parkinson; 8th: Matt Toohey; 13th: Slick Bovalino; 13th and 16th: Matt Toohey. Balls down-the-line: four to 38, three to 37, two to 36 and one to 34. Women’s winner was Edna Wisneiwski with 35 points.
SATURDAY COMPETITION October 14: Stableford, Old course. John Parkinson won the A-grade event with 39 points and Tony Wouters scoring 42 points won B-grade. Nearest the pins, 6th: Clint Dickens ; 12th: Craig Blackhall; 17th: Ray Toy. Ashley Kennedy had a hole-in-one on the eighth, giving him an eagle and the prize for the money hole. Women’s winner was Marg Majernik with 35 points. Sophia Crouch won nearest the pin on the 12th and Marg Wallace the 17th. Balls went to 32 points.
WILTSHIRE KNOCKOUT Results for the first round: Dave Mathews and Ross Lacy won their match on the 19th. They will now play Ian Linsay and Ian Chanter (they won 2-up) at 12.26 pm this Saturday in the semi-final. Ash Teagle and Johnny Beard won 3-1 and will play Joe Hrdina and Ray Bill at 12.34 pm. Ray and Joe won their first round match 5-up with three to go.
SUNDAY COMPETITION October 15: Medley par, West course. Winner was Vic Willmoth, handicap 19, score 2-up. Balls went to two-down.
SUNDAY SLOMEN October 15: sponsored by the Slomen Committee. Peter Barrie won A-grade with a nett 36. B-grade was won by Bruce Haley with 36. Balls were given out to a nett 38. The longest drive was taken out by ‘Tiny’ Tim Nolan. Nearest the pins, 13th: A. Dunlop; 16th: Bruce Haley; Wayne Magee took out the NAGA. Next week: back nine, Old course.