Great golf scores in stable­ford event

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PROSER­PINE GOLF

A LARGE field of 54 men and 17 ladies turned out for Satur­day’s monthly Ho­tel Metropole stable­ford event for the men, with the ladies play­ing for their weekly Green En­ergy spon­sored event.

Win­ner for the men was Rob Smith who came in with a cred­itable 42 points, two ahead of run­ner-up Rob Rai­teri who beat Stu­art Win on count­back, both with 40 points.

In the run­down were Paul Douth­waite, Mark Co­nen and Mick Ca­ton all on 38, with Peter Fox and John Dodds on 37 and Matt Gold­man, Mark Bell, Perri Simp­son, Jake Nurse and David Smith all card­ing 36 points.

Win­ner of the weekly Green En­ergy event for the ladies was Tr­ish McNeill with 34 points, win­ning on count­back from Brenda Cowan.

In the ladies run­down were Mandy Pat­ter­son on 31 points and Lyn Muller on 29.

Near­est-the-pins went to Perri Simp­son on 2, Mick Ca­ton and Ann Gardel on 9, Lyn Muller on 13, and Wayne Temby on 16.

Six play­ers in­clud­ing Jake Nurse, Lyn Muller, Wayne Temby, Lance Lloyd, Chris Har­ris and Kelvin Stephens shared the two shot club.

THURS­DAY COMP

An­other good field of 57 play­ers turned out for Thurs­day’s ver­sus par event, fight­ing it out in two di­vi­sions over the 18-hole and 9-hole com­pe­ti­tion.

Win­ner of the di­vi­sion one event over 18-holes was Lance Lloyd with a very good score of +5.

Run­ner-up was Tony Wool­ridge with a +4, fol­lowed in the run­down by Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther with +3, Paul Joice +1, Perri Simp­son and Greg Walker even with the card, and Karl Gottschalk ahead of two oth­ers on count­back with a –1.

Joe Tay­lor won the di­vi­sion two sec­tion for the higher hand­i­cap­pers on +4, fol­lowed by run­ner-up Rob Rai­teri +3.

The run­down com­prised Ron Lit­tle +3, Mick Dibben +2, Gary Flan­nery +1, Peter Fox square, and Tom Flem­ing –1.

The 9-hole comp went to Les Brad­ford whose +3 beat Joe Tay­lor’s same score on count­back, rel­e­gat­ing Tay­lor to the run­ner-up po­si­tion.

Also on +3 were Greg Walker, Tony Wool­ridge and Peter Brown­ing, Kym Hill and Ron Lit­tle’s +2s beat­ing two oth­ers on count­back.

Near­est-the-pins went to Rob Stan­ley on 2 and 16, Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther on 9, and Michael Ward on 13.

Al­though a few days af­ter the of­fi­cial St Patrick’s Day, play­ers will be wear­ing green as they fight it out in an Ir­ish stable­ford event over 18holes this Satur­day.

Thurs­day play­ers will be com­pet­ing in a sin­gle stroke event in two di­vi­sions over 18-holes as well as the nor­mal 9-hole event.

Tee times are avail­able to suit in­di­vid­ual play­ers from 6.30am but play­ers must reg­is­ter with the pro shop to en­sure con­ti­nu­ity of play.

LADIES

Windy con­di­tions greeted 19 ladies at their par event last Wed­nes­day.

How­ever, this was not a de­ter­rent for Lisa Ro­gatski and Ti­ina Rand­mae who played ex­tremely well.

Both ladies came in with the same score.

A count back re­vealed Ro­gatski was the win­ner with Rand­mae tak­ing out sec­ond place.

Mandy Pat­ter­son placed third with Ber­nice Petersen, Jenny Houn­sell and Mar­lene Gray com­plet­ing the run­down.

Ber­nice and Beryl Miller played a nice chip in each on hole five and hole 18, re­spec­tively.

Near­est-the-pin win­ners were Mandy Pat­ter­son on hole five, Reh Hull on hole 9 and Lyn Muller on hole 13.

The was a good turnout for the 4BBB event which was played yes­ter­day (Wed­nes­day, March 19).

The last game for March will be a stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

All golfers please note that the Glen­den Women’s Open has been can­celled.

DAWNBUSTERS

It was a cool Sun­day morn­ing as the Dawnies hit the front nine.

The win­ner of the day was Don Schur­ing with 53/40, with run­ner-up Jock An­der­son on 49/41 and Tom Flem­ing fin­ish­ing third with 45/43.

Near­est-the-pins on two was Tom Flem­ing and Jock An­der­son with his sec­ond shot on nine.

The snake put­ter was Alan Greedy and the least amount of putts went to Mick Bur­rows with 15.

The Brad­mans went to Mick Bur­rows with 46/55.

The Dawnies will be back on the back nine next week.

NEW SPON­SORS: Ladies win­ner Tr­ish McNeill honours new ladies spon­sor Green En­ergy af­ter her win on Satur­day.

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