Werner, Woods claim big wins

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

GOLF: De­spite con­di­tions that saw most play­ers fin­ish their rounds in the Fe­bru­ary Air­lie Beach Ho­tel monthly medal soaked to the skin, Chris Phillips braved the sit­u­a­tion to take out the over­all win as well as the C grade ti­tle on Satur­day with 62 nett.

A grade win­ner was Con­rad Werner (66), three ahead of run­ner-up Dar­ren Jones (69).

The B grade ti­tle went to Nick Wat­son (63), beat­ing Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther into run­ner-up po­si­tion with 66 nett, while C grade run­nerup was An­drew Al­bergo on 67 nett.

Mel Pat­ullo took out the ladies Green En­ergy Tech­nolo­gies monthly medal for Fe­bru­ary with 72 nett, as well as tak­ing out near­est the pins on two and nine.

Run­ner-up was Jill Farinelli (73), ahead of Wendy Bradley (79).

In the men’s run­down were Matthew Ka­vanagh & Mick Ca­ton (67), Nathan Holmes, Chris Doblo & Glen McKer­ley (69), with Gary Scot­ford, Fin­bar O’Flynn & Matt Gold­man all card­ing 70 nett.

Near­est the pins went to Chris Doblo on No.2, Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther (9), and Con­rad Werner (16).

The two shot club was shared five ways with Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther, Troy Smith and Rob Stan­ley all birdy­ing 13, while Fin­bar O’Flynn and Con­rad Werner sunk it for two on 16.

Thurs­day play­ers also all left the course soaked to the skin, but this time it was from the very un­com­fort­able high hu­mid­ity ex­pe­ri­enced on the day.

But this didn’t de­ter Bill Woods from tak­ing out the Div.1 com­pe­ti­tion, and Pe- ter Krause win­ning Div.2, both with 40 Sta­ble­ford points.

Steve Ste­wart was run­ner-up in Div.1 with 39 points, and Peter Scrivens came in se­cond in Div.2 with 38.

In the run­down were John Grosskreutz, Con­rad Werner & Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther (38), with Rob Stan­ley, Chris Doblo & Peter Stone beat­ing one other on count­back with 37 each.

Peter Scrivens took out the 9-hole com­pe­ti­tion with 21 points, beat­ing Jim Dow­ell into run­ner-up po­si­tion on count­back.

Near­est the pins went to Rob Webb (2), Rob Stan­ley (9), Peter Scrivens (13) and Joe Tay­lor (16). Veter­ans Twenty eight play­ers took to the course for the veter­ans on Tues­day.

In the 18 hole com­pe­ti­tion, Vic Feld­man claimed the lau­rels on 40.

Run­ner up was Barry Mor­timer (38), ahead of Les Brad­ford (35), Peter Brown­ing (34), John Grosskreutz (33), Beryl Nos­wor­thy (32) and Rus­sell Rear­don (31).

Near­est the pins was John Grosskreutz for the men and Mandy Patterson for the ladies.

In the nine hole com­pe­ti­tion it was a three-way count back with Rus­sell Rear­don emerg­ing the win­ner on 20, ahead of Barry Mor­timer and Vic Feld­man.

In the run­down were Les Brad­ford (19), Tony Wool­ridge (17), Peter Brown­ing (17) and War­ren Deighton (16). Jan Shuwalow claimed near­est the pins for the ladies, while Barry Mor­timer took it out for the men.

Next week the veter­ans have a reg­u­lar com­pe­ti­tion on Tues­day.

Peter Spiers drives off the tee in Proser­pine on Satur­day.

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