Dream for Temby as he scores a hole-in-one

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


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.

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