Badenhorst tees up victory
FRANZ Badenhorst was the big winner in Saturday’s monthly Hotel Metropole Stableford event, beating 44 other men with a fine score of 43.
Chris Weigand (40) was the runner-up, winning on a countback from John Roser.
Ladies’ winner on the day, from a strong field of 15, was Sherri Meade (38) ahead of Paula Wronski (36) and Lyn Muller (34).
The men’s rundown comprised of Barry Mortimer, Travis Clinch, Josh Bleys, Troy Hayes (39), Greg Walker, Matt Goldman, Dave Thomas (38) and John Dodds (37).
Nearest-the-pins went to Bill Jesser (no. 2), Rod Wecker, Lyn Muller (9), Harry Gellatly (13) and Matt Goldman (16).
Ross McNeill scooped the jackpotted two-shot club, winning $121 for his birdie on no. 16.
On Thursday Glenn McKerley blitzed the versus par event, claiming division 1 with +6.
Following him were Mark Thompson (+5), Mick Burrows, Andy Pearson, Lance Lloyd (+3), Peter Stone (+2) and Barry Mortimer (+1).
Division 2 was won by Troy Hayes (+3) ahead of Andrew Albergo (+2), Jim Dowell, Harry Gellatly (0), Ken Wyllie, Ron Jamieson and Peter Lewis (-1).
In the nine-hole competition the winner was Glenn McKerley (+4), ahead of Warren Deighton, Alan Scott, Mick Burrows, Darren Jones and Mark Thompson.
Nearest-the-pins went to Greg Walker (no. 2), Peter Krause (9), Tom Fleming (13) and Dave Thomas (16).
This Saturday club patron Bill Woods will be hitting off first in the four ball best ball stableford event.
The competition will be a shotgun start from 11.30am.
Robin Mills and Penny Wardroper bested 16 other ladies in last Wednesday’s four ball best ball competition.
The duo finished with 43 points to clear Caroline Awdry and Jo Muller on a countback.
Mandy Patterson and Pauline Redpath (40) finished third while the highest individual scorer on the day was Penny Wardroper, with 39 points.
Nearest-the-pins went to Marlene Gray (no. 1), Penny Wardroper (7) and Tiina Randmae (16).
Next week the ladies will contest the McNeill Building Monthly Medal.
On Sunday the Dawnies played the front nine, where Troy Hayes took the day’s honours with 43/45.
Paul Grace (52/51) and Travis Clinch (47/53) followed while Tony Sellwood (2) and Mick Burrows (9) won nearest-the-pin flags.
Al Scott finished the day by collecting the snake putter, least number of putts and the bradman’s prize following his round of 58/66.
This week the Dawnies will play the back nine.
Levi Holmes (43) was the winner over six holes and the nett winner with 20, finishing ahead of Jack Raiteri (28) and Dean Lucht (35).
The three-hole gross winner was Jack Valmadre (21), while Connor Devery (1) took the nett prize ahead of Logan Devery (3) and Tayarn Bartley-Looke (5).
This week junior golf will start at 1.30pm for the six hole players and 2.30pm for the three-holers.
ALL SMILES: Paula Wronski and Sherri Meade enjoyed their round at the Proserpine Golf Club last Wednesday.