Spiers and Ker­wand claim the 4BBB bout

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

GOLF: A record field turned out in ideal golf­ing con­di­tions for the time of year for a 4BBB and in­di­vid­ual stroke com­pe­ti­tion on Satur­day, with a to­tal of 96 play­ers.

Win­ners of the 4BBB sec­tion were Peter Spiers and Gavin Ker­wand who came in with a 12 un­der par net score of 59, nar­rowly tip­ping out Dave Gates and Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther on count­back.

Anna Win­ter­bourn took out the in­di­vid­ual stroke event with a fine net 66, to beat Nick Wat­son and Troy Dob­bins on count­back, both with 67.

Near­est the pins went to Trevor Paroz on No.2, Gary Scot­ford and Anna Win­ter­bourn (9), Mick Bur­rows (13), and Vic Feld­man (16).

The two shot club was shared eight ways with Matt Gold­man birdy­ing No.9, Kelvin Stephens, Mick Bur­rows, Chris Doblo, Lance Lloyd putting out for two on 13, Larry Muller (16) and Rob Stan­ley birdy­ing both 13 and 16.

The field was also up a bit on Thurs­day, with 50 play­ers tak­ing to the course for a stroke event.

Rob Stan­ley re­turned to form to take out the Div.1 ti­tle with a net 65, while Jim Dow­ell carded 64 to take out Div.2.

Reg Kercher took out the 9hole comp with a net 32, beat­ing run­ner-up Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther (34), Brad Al­bert­son (34), with Jim Dow­ell and Peter Stone both on 34.5.

Near­est the pins went to Michael Cragg on No.2, Vic Feld­man (9), Chris Weigand (13), and Dean Kercher (16).

This Satur­day will be a club event with play­ers com­pet­ing in a stroke event, while Thurs­day play­ers will com­pete in a Ver­sus Par event in two divi­sions over 18-holes as well as a 9-hole comp.

Ladies Club

Nine­teen ladies took to the Proser­pine greens on Wed­nes­day, vy­ing for the McNeill Build­ing Monthly Medal.

Deb­bie Suther­land claimed the lau­rels on net 75, ahead of Robyn Whitham (77), Paula McQuat (78) and Di Dob­bins (78).

Near­est the pins went to Robyn Whitham who birdied 16, Caro­line Awdry (9) and Mandy Patterson (18).

Least putts went to Lyn Muller on 29.

Dawn Busters

The Dawnies played the back nine on Sun­day, with Ja­son Bourke win­ning out with 42/38.

Run­ner-up was Larry Muller (38/40), ahead of Mick Bur­rows (41) af­ter a chip-off.

Near­est the pins was claimed by Chris Hen­der­son (13) and Tony Sell­wood (16).

Af­ter a play-off, the snake put­ter went to Vic Feld­man.

Paul Grace won least putts (12), while Ge­orge Steven­son was the brad­man (net 53).

The se­cret score jack­pot­ted again.

Next Sun­day the Dawnies will play the front nine.


Twenty-eight play­ers con­tested the veter­ans crown this week.

Jim Dow­ell took out the 18 hole com­pe­ti­tion on 41, beat­ing Joe Tay­lor (36) into run­ner-up.

In the run­down were Peter Brown­ing, Pas­cal Ne­un­reuther (35), Tom Flem­ming (34), Les Brad­ford and Vic Feld­man (33).

Near­est the pins was John Roser.

In the nine hole com­pe­ti­tion, Jim Dow­ell again did enough to take the top spot with 20.

In a two-way count­back, Ron Thyne pushed Paula Wron­ski (18) into third place.

In the run­down were Les Brad­ford, Peter Brown­ing and Clive Hughes (17).

Near­est the pins saw Barry Mor­timer named in for the men and He­len Deighton for the ladies. Next week the veter­ans have their reg­u­lar Tues­day play.

TOP SHOTS: Gary Goddard (A Grade), Pauline Red­path (Ladies run­ner-up), Anna Win­ter­borne (Ladies win­ner) and Reg Ker­scher (B grade).

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