Peter Lewis and Troy Hayes win play­off

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

PROSER­PINE GOLF

MORE than 70 golfers took part in Satur­day’s four-ball best ball stroke cham­pi­onship in what proved a tense fin­ish.

The top three pairs in the 18-hole event went into a play­off for two Mizuno golf bags, but ul­ti­mately it was Peter Lewis and Troy Hayes who came out on top.

Nick Wat­son and Michael Simp­son (57) won the 18-hole com­pe­ti­tion over Alan and Travis Clinch (58), while the ball run­down in­cluded Kevin Duffy and Craig Langevad, Rob Stan­ley and Wayne Rus­sell (60), Peter Krause and Ross Meade and Rod Wecker and Lance Lloyd (61).

Near­est-the-pins went to Krause (2), Dave Thomas, El­speth Scot­ford (9), Mick Bur­rows (13) and Ross Meade (16).

In other news, Thurs­day play­ers com­peted in a stable­ford event with di­vi­sion one go­ing to Mark Thomp­son (43).

Mick Ca­ton claimed di­vi­sion two from Paul Joice (39) on a count­back.

The di­vi­sion one run­down in­cluded Jim Cochrane and Ross Meade (39) and Lance Lloyd and Peter Stone (38), while in di­vi­sion two it was John Dodds (38), and Peter Scrivens and Tony Wool­ridge (37).

Thomp­son also won the nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion, beat­ing out Wool­ridge, Paul Joice, Barry Mor­timer Wayne Temby (20).

Near­est-the-pins went to Rob Stan­ley (2), Barry Mor­timer (9), Stu­art Win (13) and Perri Simp­son (16).

This Satur­day play­ers will con­test the Ho­tel Metropole Stable­ford.

Ju­nior golf

(21) and Twelve play­ers turned up on Sun­day for three, six and nine-hole com­pe­ti­tions.

The three-hole gross and net win­ner was Sam Cre­tan, who beat Con­nor and Lo­gan Dev­ery.

Ryan Mans­field also claimed the dou­ble in the six­hole com­pe­ti­tion, while Ta­yarn Bart­ley and Is­abelle Kratz also had strong days at the Proser­pine Golf Club.

Kaylem Douth­waite won the gross prize in the nine­hole com­pe­ti­tion while Jack Rai­teri fin­ished clear of Kaylem and Levi Holmes for the net prize.

Dawnbusters

Mother’s Day saw 15 play­ers con­test play this week. Ritchie Leo was the over­all win­ner. Leo carded 55/51 to clear Paul Grace (49/52) and Mick Bur­rows (38/53).

Near­est-the-pins went to Leo (no. 13) and Bur­rows (16) while the snake put­ter went to Mau­rie Moody.

Chris Hen­der­son fin­ished with the least num­ber of putts while Tony Sell­wood won the brad­man with 45/64.

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