Medal mile­stone

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

GOLF: A record 112 play­ers con­tested the April Air­lie Beach Ho­tel monthly medal on Satur­day.

Tak­ing out the over­all ti­tle for the month was C-grader Wally Rein­tals (66 net), with A-grade go­ing to Darren Jones (68), ahead of run­nerup Jake Nurse (70).

The B-grade ti­tle went to Barry Mor­timer on 68, beat­ing run­ner-up Kelvin Stephens on count­back, while the C-grade run­ner-up was Troy Dob­bins on 69.

The ladies also fought out their Se­lena Clancy Beau­tyspon­sored monthly medal with Mel Pat­ullo tak­ing out the ti­tle (71 net), ahead of run­ner-up Lyn Muller (76).

Thurs­day also saw a good turnout with 55 play­ers for a stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

Div 1 win­ner was Brent Franke, while Div 2 went to John Dodds, with both play­ers card­ing 41.

Run­ner-up for Div 1 was Mark Thomp­son (40), while Div 2 went to Steve Mitchell on 38. Paul Joice took out the 9-hole comp with a score of 23, beat­ing Brent Franke into run­ner-up po­si­tion on 22.Wed­nes­day, ladies day, saw 18 play­ers in the stable­ford, with Re­hab Hull tak­ing the day on count­back from Pam Casey (35).

This Wed­nes­day will be the Pad­gett Ladies Day Stroke and Putts event, while the men will com­pete in a Ver­sus Par event on Thurs­day, and on Satur­day play­ers will be play­ing in a 4BBB Med­ley Stroke event.


The Dawn Busters took on the back nine on Sun­day, with 22 play­ers con­test­ing the month mug com­pe­ti­tion.

Ja­son Bourke scooped the win (42/37) from Wayne Wil­liams (46/37) af­ter Rule 99 was in­voked.

Ted Evans (13) and Wil­liams (16) took near­est the pins, while Paul Davis won the snake put­ter.

Bourke won least putts (12), and the Brad­man went to Barry Mount.


Twenty-nine vet­er­ans hit the course on Tues­day for a par game.

In the nine hole comp, Les Brad­ford claimed the win (+2) from Peter Lewis (+1).

Near­est the pins was Rus­sell Rear­don for the men and Mandy Pat­ter­son for the women.

The 18-hole comp went to Peter Lewis (+3) on count­back from Jim Dow­ell.

Near­est the pins went to Barry Mor­timer and Mandy Pat­ter­son.

Reg­u­lar game this week, fol­lowed by a trip to Collinsville in a fort­night.

ON THE COURSE: Justin But­ler drives off the first hole. IN­SET: Gary Scot­ford bagged a hole-in-one at the week­end.

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