Win takes out monthly medal

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

STU­ART Win reigned supreme over 45 other play­ers to take out the Au­gust Air­lie Beach Ho­tel monthly medal with a great score of 62 nett on the week­end.

He was a mile ahead of the rest of the field with the next clos­est score com­ing from B grade run­ner-up Gary Scot­ford on 67.

The A grade monthly medal was won by Si­mon Dob­bins with 69, two ahead of run­ner-up Lloyd Kingston with 71.

C grade went to Al­bert Pini on 68, with run­ner-up Keith Camp­bell two strokes be­hind on 70.

Ladies win­ner on the day was Mandy Pat­ter­son with a fine 72.

The run­down com­prised Ken Muller on 68, Wayne Temby, with no prob­lems from his new re­place­ment hip, hit­ting a fine 69, Adam Stralow on 71, with John Dodds, Dean Kercher and Matt Bluck all com­ing in with 72.

Near­est-the-pins went to Peter Smith on hole 2, Matt Bluck on 9, Gary Scot­ford on 13, and Keith Camp­bell on 16.

The two-shot club was shared three ways, with Adam Stralow and Michael Cragg both birdy­ing hole 16 and Wayne Temby knock­ing it in for two on 13.

Fifty play­ers turned out for a stroke event on Thurs­day with John Roser con­tin­u­ing his fine form of late tak­ing out the 18-hole event with 64.

He won on count back from Si­mon Dob­bins who took the run­ner-up ti­tle, ahead of a run­down which in­cluded Paul Joice and Gary Flan­nery on 68, Trevor Paroz 69, with Dar­ren Jones, Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther and Dave Gates bring­ing up the rear on 70, ahead of one other on count back.

The 9-hole sec­tion of the comp was won by Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther with a 28, ahead of run­ner-up Kerry Hall who beat Peter Krause and Rod Wecker on count back, all with 30.

The rest of the run­down in­cluded Bruce Munro on 31, with Michael Cragg, Ernie Hol­stein and John Dodds all card­ing 33, win­ning on count back from one other.

Near­est-the-pins went to Peter Lewis on hole 2, Chris Doblo on 9, Trevor Paroz on 13, and Al­bert Pini on 1.

The 2013 Proser­pine ju­nior open will be held at the course this Satur­day with ju­nior golfers from all over the re­gion com­pet­ing for the ti­tle, with first hit off sched­uled for 8am.

The course will not open for the mem­bers’ Satur­day event un­til 11.30am and tee times are avail­able to suit from that time on­wards, but it is im­por­tant that play­ers book their tee time with the pro shop due to the re­stricted play pe­riod on the day.

Thurs­day play­ers will com­pete over both 9 and 18holes in a Sta­ble­ford event with tee times to suit in­di­vid­ual play­ers.

The fol­low­ing week­end, Satur­day Au­gust 24, will see the run­ning of the Proser­pine leg of the national Holden Scram­ble event, which will re­place nor­mal club com­pe­ti­tion for that day.

LADIES

Eigh­teen ladies com­peted last Wed­nes­day and eight last Satur­day in a stroke and putt com­pe­ti­tion for this month’s monthly medal.

Mar­lene Gray, with a 74 nett was the Mc­Neill Monthly Medal win­ner for Au­gust.

Fol­low­ing closely be­hind with 75 was Ber­nice Petersen who edged Beryl Miller out of sec­ond place on a count back.

Ti­ina Rand­mae, Tessa Aitken and Meg Lyons com­pleted the run­down.

Least putts for the day was won by Tr­ish Mc­Neill with 28 putts.

Near­est-the-pin win­ners for last week were Tr­ish Mc­Neill on holes 11 and 16, Tina Baden­horst on 6 while Mandy Pater­son, Tr­ish Mc­Neill and Jenny Houn­sell were all in the cup on hole 3 with their fourth shots.

Tessa Aitken and Beryl Miller’s tro­phy day is on Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 21.

The Ayr women’s open will be held on Fri­day, Au­gust 23 while the Sa­rina Open is on Satur­day, Au­gust 25 for those who may be in­ter­ested.

DAWNBUSTERS

On Sun­day the dawnies played the front nine with Bob Slater be­ing the win­ner on 54/44.

The run­ner-up was Mick Bur­rows on 41/46 from Mark Co­nen 48/46 af­ter a chip off.

Near­est-the-pins went to Mick Bur­rows on hole 2 and Tony Sell­wood on 9 and the snake put­ter was Mau­rie Moody.

The least num­ber of putts was Ray Lauder with 11 and the Brad­man’s was won by Beryl Nos­wor­thy. Next Sun­day the dawnies will play on the back 9 at Proser­pine.

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