LAWRENCE

The Daily Examiner - - SPORT | PUTTS ‘N’ PARS -

The weekly chook run was moved to Tues­day to co­in­cide with the club’s Mel­bourne Cup ac­tiv­i­ties. We had a good turnout. Peter Capp won the day with a net 33 from R/U Max With­nell net 34 on a c/b from Peter Jones. NTP on the 4th went to Colleen Stock­well and the 5th went beg­ging, Max With­nell took out least putts with 12. Sun­day, Novem­ber 12 our Inau­grual Foun­da­tion Day, and what a day its been. I can’t thank our com­mit­tee and grounds staff and hands-on volunteers enough for mak­ing it so suc­cess­ful. We had over 50 peo­ple par­tic­i­pate in the day’s ac­tiv­i­ties. Spon­sor for the day was Ch­ester­field John Deere Ma­clean, main prizes. 18 hole stroke win­ner was Aaron Pater­son with a net 67, from Bruce Martens who’d trav­elled from Newcastle with a net 73. Well done, your fa­ther would have been proud. The 9 hole stroke event win­ner was Peter Pritchard net 37 from foun­da­tion mem­ber Ken Trim net 38, you’ve still got it. NTPs on the 4th just over 2 me­tres from a brand new D110 lawn trac­tor was Peter Pritchard, on the 5th went to Tony Ch­ester. Other prizes do­nated by Bendigo Bank, long­est drive - Dan Hil­lier, ac­cu­racy drive 1 - vis­i­tor Dave Har­ring­ton, ac­cu­racy drive 2 - vis­i­tor Keith Miller, reg­u­la­tion par 4s NTP went to Ray Daniel and Dan Hil­lier, the ea­gle prize re­mains safe in the Pres­i­dent’s pocket, par or bet­ter on the last went to Dan Hil­lier and Bruce Martens. Thank you prizes were given to our vis­i­tors John Cash (Gold Coast), De­nis Mul­lane (Newcastle) and Craig Sum­mer­field (Lawrence). Major raf­fle win­ners, Grafton Toy­ota win­dow tint voucher Mary Mac­quire, Ken Cas­son Holden pack - Gary Win­ter, P han­dle trol­ley Judy Want. The meat tray was won by Tony Berry, the badge draw went to Tony Ch­ester and the money tree was won by Chris Clay. Next Sun­day 19th is a 2 per­son am­brose event spon­sored by Lynelle and Mark Austen. Starter is Peter Jones, tee times from 7am. An­other great week at the Devil’s El­bow (Lawrence). — Peter Pritchard

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