Spiers and Kerwand claim the 4BBB bout
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.
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.
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).