Pams prove our stable­ford pros

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

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).

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