YAMBA

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

With the yearly major renovation car­ried out through the week golfers didn’t seam to be put off with the chewed up greens and with the rain and heat we have had they should be back to their best in no time. 136 keen golfers con­tested the mid­week sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion and play­ers didn’t mind the quick but bumpy greens. In A Grade Greg Wyl­lie was the win­ner with 38pts on a c/b from Ge­off Flett who made a wel­come re­turn to A Grade and the win­ners cir­cle and 3rd was Barry Fisher with 38pts as well. Terry Crowe took out A Re­serve Grade with 39pts from Tim Seivers 38pts and 3rd was Dave Cruden with 36pts. In B Grade Gerry Ray was the win­ner with 40pts on a c/b from Alan Syle and Max Sweet­man was 3rd with 36pts on a c/b. Brian Smith re­turned the score of the day with 41pts which was enough to give him the win in C Grade Barry Nor­den also scored 41 but lost the c/b and 3rd was Bruce Zi­etsch with 40pts. Near­est to the pins were; Terry Hicks on the SeaFire Steak and Seafood 3rd at 151cm, the Peter Camp­bell Physio 9th was Peter Hall with 189cm, the SeaFire 10th saw Greg Starr fin­ish 285cm, the Yamba Bar­ber Shop 12th was Gra­ham Kul­mar at 201cm and SeaFire 17th was Tim Seivers. Balls went to 34 neat. Satur­day’s rain kept a few away with only 93 play­ers chas­ing the money, this re­duced the field to 3 grades with the A Grade win go­ing to Ash Butcher with 37pts, Greg Wyl­lie had an­other good round with 37pts and 3rd was Marty Nay­lor with 36pts. Rus­sell Cain was the B Grade win­ner with 40pts from Alan Warry 35 on a count­back from Terry Crowe 35. In C Grade Evan Har­ris was the win­ner with 39pts from Tony Bur­ley 37pts on a count­back from Chris Sharp. Near­est to the Pins were; Ash Butcher on the John Wright Pro Shop 3rd at 138cm, the Peter Camp­bell Ph­syio 9th was Peter Caller at 66cm, the SeaFire 10th was Rock Bai­ley 472cm, the SeaFire 12th was Barry Fisher 175cm, the Bean Scene 17th was Col Cro­mack at 55cm and the 2nd shot 17th was Greg Cowan who had a birdy. Balls went to 34 with 20 on the back 9.

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