Peter Lewis and Troy Hayes win playoff
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.
(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.
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.