Elec­tri­cians’ Day pop­u­lar

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

Elec­tri­cians’ Day on Satur­day, spon­sored by Col Saun­ders, Peter Col­li­son and Fred An­drews, at­tracted a good field for the two-per­son am­brose event which was won by Dar­ren Carter and Michael Downs with a score of 63.25.

Carter, play­ing off an 11 hand­i­cap, dom­i­nated the driv­ing and be­tween them they came in one-un­der par to beat run­ners-up Matt Miller and Jack Ris­strom by one stroke.

In the ball run-down, Scott Carter and Ty Guiney had 64.5, Garry Reese and Dar­ryl Philling­ham 65.25, Mau­rice Cres­pan and Peter Baird 65.75, Terry White and Gra­ham Meneilly 65.75, Terry O’Brien and Gra­ham McIn­tosh 65.75, and Ge­off Coola­han and Jeff Hud­dle 66.5.

Ty Guiney won near­est­the-pin on the third hole, Dar­ryl Philling­ham won on the sixth and Matt Miller won on the ninth and 14th.

Julie Gregg and Sh­eryl Cur­ran won the women’s com­pe­ti­tion with 68.75, Re­becca Jef­fers and De­bra Reilly were run­ners-up with 71, while con­so­la­tion balls went to Elaine Dunk-Robyn Downs 71.25 and Ja­nine Mor­gan-Karen Bal­lan­tyne 71.75.

Sue Turn­bull won near­est-the-pin on the third hole, Karen Bal­lan­tyne won on the sixth, Lyn Fan­ning won on the 14th and Heather Long won near­est-the- pin and the jack­pot on the ninth hole.

Olympic Cup

Bob Wildes and Peter Heath­man de­feated Clive Mer­ri­gan and Ross Kelly in their semi-fi­nal on Tues­day.

They will now play the win­ners of the Shane Ohlsen-Dar­ren Carter vs John Del­lar-Bren­dan Ryan semi-fi­nal for the ti­tle.


Al­though it was bit­terly cold with oc­ca­sional driz­zle on Tues­day, a ded­i­cated few took to the fair­ways with a vis­i­tor from Mooroopna, Bill Ho­gan, win­ning the day with 34 sta­ble­ford points on a count­back from Jeff Baker.

Al­lan McGrath had 33 and Frank Hill won a ball on a count­back for his 31.

Bill Ho­gan com­pleted his suc­cess­ful day by also win­ning near­est-the-pin.

Thurs­day’s stroke round was won by Trevor Allen with 88-18-70 on a count­back from Garry Reese and Al­lan McGrath.

Allen had triple bo­geys on the first and third holes but still turned on 45 af­ter nine holes.

He then flew home with pars on 13, 17 and 18 for a 43 and a close win.

Terry White and Jeff Baker each won a ball for their 71s and Ray Flett won near­est-the-pin.

IGA chook-run

Thurs­day’s com­pe­ti­tion was played on the front nine with Mandy McGrath win­ning the event with 34 on a count­back from Garry Reese.

Sh­eryl Cur­ran 35, Jeff Hud­dle 36 and John Map­son each took home a ball while Reese also won near­est-the-pin.


The cur­rent sprin­kler sys­tem at Hill Top op­er­at­ing on the orig­i­nal course was in­stalled 30 years ago and opened in Oc­to­ber 1987.

Wa­ter­ing the course changed from above­ground sprin­klers to an au­to­matic pop-up sys­tem funded by deben­tures pur­chased by mem­bers.

With the course al­ter­ations by North Links in 2001, the wa­ter­ing sys- tem was fur­ther up­graded to the ef­fi­cient ser­vice that we have to­day.

Com­ing events

The two-per­son am­brose on Satur­day is a med­ley event when you can en­ter as two men, two women or a mixed pair.

The day will be spon­sored by the Vil­lani fam­ily and it is bound to have a strong Italian flavour.

Golfers are asked to put their en­tries on the list in the golf shop to help with cater­ing, which is sure to be gen­er­ous.

Greens are be­ing cored and top dressed this week with work­ing bees on Mon­day and Wed­nes­day be­gin­ning at 9.30 am.

Re­minder: many hands make light work.

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