Dream for Temby as he scores a hole-in-one
WAYNE Temby has highlighted play at the Proserpine Golf Club this week to hit his maiden hole-in-one.
Temby aced the par-3 no. 13 on Saturday, achieving every golfer’s dream.
In other news, Sunday saw the running of the club’s mixed foursomes championship, with the same result as the 2014 Mixed Foursomes Open, as Gavin Milne and Trish McNeill again putting their names on the honour board.
Gross runners-up were Rob Stanley and Melanie Patullo, who came in just one stroke behind the winning pair’s 129.
Nett winners were Trevor Nosworthy and Jo Muller (101 ¾), ahead of runners-up Gary and Elspeth Scotford (104.5).
Nearest-the-pins went to Marlene Gray (no. 1), Gavin Milne (no. 6), Tom Fleming (no. 10), Ross McNeil (13), Jan Shuwalow (16), Troy Smith (19) and Melanie Patullo (24).
The weather was much kinder this Saturday than last, with 50 men and eight ladies taking to the course for the monthly Hotel Metropole Stableford event (men) and the Green Technologies (ladies). Winner for the men was Shane Cooke (44points) ahead of Steve Stewart (43).
In the rundown were Trevor Paroz (42), Michael Cragg, Gary Scotford (40), Wayne Temby, Peter Fox (39), Michael Caton and Pascal Neunreuther (38).
Nearest-the-pins went to Steve Knight (no. 2), Rob Stanley, Anna Winterbourn, Wayne Temby (13) and Shane Cooke (16).
Ladies winner on the day was Anna Winterbourn with 37-points; with Elspeth Scotford second (31).
The two-shot club was shared by Wayne Temby on 13, Brett Simpson and Shane Cooke who both birdied 16.
Forty-nine players took to the field last Thursday for a stableford event in two divisions over 18 and nine holes.
Winner of division 1 in the main competition was Peter Stone (44), three ahead of runner-up Michael Cragg (41).
The rundown in this division saw John Grosskreutz (40), Trevor Paron, Darren Jones (39), Jason Whitney and Pascal Neunreuther (38).
Division 2 was claimed by John Roser, who took the mantle from Ron Jamieson on countback (41).
The rundown included Chris Weigand (38), Mel Carter, Steve Barry, Wal Reintals, Les Bradford (37) and Rob Raiteri (36).
The nine-hole competition was won by Peter Stone (23), one ahead of Dave Thomas (22).
The rundown comprised Chris Weigand, Bill Woods, Ron Jamieson (21), Darren Jones and John Grosskreutz (20).
Nearest-the-pins went to Lloyd Kingston (no. 2), Paul Lennon (no. 9), Peter Scrivens (13) and Peter Browning (16).
It was a big week for the Proserpine ladies who contested the stroke and putts with a nine-hole secret eclectic and eight.
Twenty players took to the Proserpine Golf Course on Wednesday, with Jacqui Wall (35.5) winning ahead of Jenny Hounsell and Anna Winterbourn.
The least putts went to Jenny Hounsell with 29, while Jacqui Wall (no. 11), Marlene Gray (no. 12) and Pauline Redpath (no. 17) each claimed chip-ins.
Nearest-the-pins went to Jan Shuwalow (no. 16), Marlene Gray (no. 2), Jenny Hounsell (no. 14) and Wendy Bradley (no. 6).
Eight ladies also travelled to the Sarina Golf Course on Saturday to contest the Sarina Open.
Jacqui Wall, Tiina Randmae, Bernice Petersen, Bessie Simpson, Pauline Redpath, Tina Badenhorst, Linda Wardroper and Trish McNeill all featured at the event.
Pauline Redpath, competing in her first open away from Proserpine, claimed the C-grade nett title with a score of 69 – five shots ahead of her nearest rival.
Pauline Redpath also won a near- est-the-pine prize, the main door raffle and three smaller raffles.
Tina Badenhorst took out the Bgrade runner-up nett trophy, Linda Wardroper the C-grade longest drive and Trish McNeill the A-grade longest drive.
The ladies will contest the McNeill Building Monthly Medal on September 3 and a single stableford on September 10.
SARINA SUCCESS: Linda Wardroper, Trish McNeill, Tina Badenhorst and Pauline Redpath following their success at the Sarina Open last weekend.
ACED IT: Wayne Temby was over the moon when he holed out in one on the par-3 no. 13 during Saturday's competition.