Fitzgerald finds medal form
Elder takes the win for ladies crown
GOLF: Last Wednesday’s women’s golf competition saw 14 players go twice around the front nine.
The winner for the day was Faye Elder with a fine 41 points.
The runner-up was Toni Clauss on 33, followed by Lyn Muller on 32.
Muller also won the pin shots on holes nine and seven, and Toni Clauss on hole number one.
A total of 41 players took part in the Thursday men’s competition, which was played over the whole 18 holes for the first time since the recent rain.
The A-grade winner was James Goss with 42 points, from Andrew Albergo on 38.
The B-grade winner was Albert Pini on a countback from Rob Webb, both on 37.
The nine hole winner was Rob Webb, 23, followed by James Goss 21 and Albert Pini 20.
Nearest the pins was taken out by the playing group of Peter Scrivens, two, Joe Taylor, 13 and Bill Woods 16. On Saturday the women played a sweepstake, with Jill Farinelli coming in ahead of Brenda Cowan.
Jill also took out the nearest the pin.
A big field of 66 men played for the monthly medal. Wayne Fitzgerald was the C-grade and overall winner with 67 nett on a count back from Travis Clinch, who was C-grade runner up. The A-grade winner Michael Leo, won on a countback from Lloyd Kingston, both with 68 nett.
After six holes Michael was one over the card, after having one double and a triple bogie.
The B-grade winner was Gary Scotford with 69, from Pascal Nunreuther on 70 nett.
Place getters were Lance Lloyd, Michael Caton, Brad Albertson and Dean Kercher, all with 70 nett.
These were followed by Mark Thompson and Nic Langevad, 71, while Mat Bower, Barry Mortimer and Ken Lovett completed the rundown on 72.
The pin shots were won by Tony Sellwood on two, Lloyd Kingston, nine, George Steane 13, and Matt Goldman on 16.
The next games are the women’s monthly medal on Wednesday, a V Par for the men on Thursday and on Saturday a three or four person aggregate stableford. Best three scores to count.
The juniors played on Sunday morning. Laycee Bartz was the gross winner in the three hole event and Georgia Holmes the nett winner with 10.
The six holes gross was taken out by Ayden Bartz, 48, and Bray Phillips, 21, was the nett winner.
Runners-up were Logan Devery, gross 49, and Daniel Spurway nett 24.
Jack Sadler, 62, was the gross winner of the nine hole competition and Blake Beach the nett with 27. Runners-up were Rian Mitchell gross 69, and Harper Henderson-Feldman nett 37.
The 18 hole gross winner was Levi Holmes with 106.
LINE UP: Mick Caton focusing on his putt while at golf in Proserpine on Saturday.