COBRAM BAROOGA GOLF
TUESDAY VETERANS The veterans took to the west course for stableford on Tuesday, April 17. Lyle Herrick,( known as ABC) had a win today with 38 points to take out A-grade. On a countback with 34 points, Maurice Adams was the runner-up. B-grade winner with 39 points was Graeme Landy, followed closely by Tony Wouters with 37 points. Points this week went to Graeme Landy four, ABC Lyle three, Tony Wouters two and one point to Ross Kojak Lacy. Freddy Barton, Jeff Lancaster and Basil Favaro each won nearest the pins. Balls down the line went to 30 points.WEDNESDAY WOMEN On Wednesday, April 18 the old course saw the women compete in stroke and putting, second round monthly medal, silver spoon and medal day putting, first round E.F. Nethersole Trophy and the Mona McLeod Brooch, with 48 women competing. Gai Mitchelson had a great day winning the monthly medal, the silver spoon and the A-grade event. Runner-up in A-grade was Numurkah visitor Tracy Coulson with 74 nett. Keeping a good eye on the hole to win the medal day A-grade putting was Jan Curran with 27 putts. Helen Adkins won the B-grade nett with 74 and the putting with 29 putts on a countback. With 75 nett, Lorraine Fox was the runner-up. Nancy Cope will still be smiling after her C-grade win, which was on a countback to Denise Harrison, both with 82 nett, while 33 putts by Norma Herbert won the C-grade. Down the line balls went to 79 nett on a countback.
SUPER VETS The super vets took to the old course for a stroke event last Wednesday, with Norm Elliott victorious with 35 nett. Balls down the line went to 37, with Graeme Landy scoring. Max Harrison won the nearest the pin and Don Dodd won Giuliana’s prize. There is no play today for the Super Vets.
THURSDAY The men and women played stableford last Thursday on the west course with a field of 90 players. A-grade winner was Bryan Eddy with 38 points, while on 39 points Dave Mathews took out B-grade. Nearest the pins were Jayden Polo, Noel Milligan and Matt Geisler. Balls down the line: four to 38 points, three to 37, two to 35 and one to 33. Visiting golfer Kerri McKenna won the women’s event.
SATURDAY On Saturday, the west course was the venue for the men’s monthly medal and third round of championships and the women’s stableford. Perfect golfing conditions greeted the golfers which was a huge contrast to the previous Saturday. Enjoying the conditions to win the monthly medal and A-grade was Colin Rankin with 69 nett, a great result off his handicap of 14. A-grade scratch winner was Chris Tomlinson with a gross score of 71. B-grade nett winner was Jeff Lancaster with 70. Dave Mathews took out the scratch with 92. Dale Casley was nearest the pin on the 13th, the money hole. Barry Gook, Mal Dickson and Steve Carr won the fifth, eighth and 16th respectively. Balls down the line: four to 70 nett, three to 70, two to 74 and one to 77 nett. The women’s winner was Heather Miler with 34 stableford points.
MEN’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS The 2018 men’s club championships seeded groups will be played on Saturday. C-grade 12.18 pm: Ashleigh Teagle, John Ellis, Mal McKean and Frank Messner. B-grade 12.26 pm: Mal Dickson, Jon Milovitch, Michal Mitchelson and Max Steward. A-grade: 12.34 pm: Chris Tomlinson, Bryan Eddy, Ross Percy and Freddy Barton.
SUNDAY Sunday’s medley stableford on the old course with perfect weather brought out 36 players to compete. It was great to see visiting American member Putz Zimmer, on 38 points, win the men’s and bragging rights over his host, Freddy Barton. Gai Mitchelson continued her winning streak to take out the women’s competition with 34 points on a countback. Four balls went to 37 points, three to 36, two to 35, and one ball to 33 points.
SUNDAY SLOMEN A nine-hole slomen comp stroke was played on Sunday. Tiny Tim Nolan reached the top of the page with 35 nett to win A-grade. Ryan Connor took out B-grade with 36 nett. Balls to 39. Nearest the pin winners were Dana Nolan and Ryan Medcraft. Longest drive went to Justin Munro and the NAGA was awarded to Brian Stanley. Next week: back nine, west course, 7 am to 8 am. Anzac Day competition today, medley stableford is for a shotgun start at noon. It is not too late to enter. Phone the Pro Shop 5873 4372 before 11 am.