Pams prove our stableford pros
Some fantastic scores were recorded by our 32 Whitsunday golfers this week, taking part in a Tiger Woods stableford on Sunday.
Pam Casey and Pam Kercher claimed the top spot with 79, beating Jacqui Wall and Brad Hammond into runnerup (67).
Mick Caton and Dean Kercher (64) took third, while Karen Rix and Don Cameron placed fourth (62).
Rix also scored her first par on the ninth.
The longest drive went to Kym Hill in the men’s A grade and Mark McDougall in the men’s B grade.
In the ladies, Anna Winterbourn took the longest drive in the 1-39 handicap, with Robyn Mills earning the title in the 40+ handicap.
Wayne Temby and Tim Smith scored neared the pins in the men’s A grade, while Brad Hammond and Wilf Herweg claimed nearest in the men’s B grade.
The ladies had Pam Casey nearest the pins for the 1–39 handicap, and Pam Kercher took the 40+ handicap nearest the pins.
New member Tim Smith also claimed the pins in open ca- tegory, joined by Tiina Randmae.
Next week the Whitsunday golfers have a versus par competition.
EYE OF THE TIGER: Mick Caton (third), Pam Casey (first), Jacqui Wall (second) and Brad Hammond (second).