Rowe hot off the stick
Tuesday’s Open Midweek Scramble at Te Awamutu was headed by Percy Kapa with 77 off the stick.
Best of the stablefords were Bill Hawira and Rewa Hawira with 39 points, from Sylvia Gooch (38), Trevor Coleman of Tauranga, Graham Bishop of Stratford and Kelvin Bishop of Urenui (37), Bev Hall of Manukorihi, Helen Beaurepaire of Kaitake and Bruce Bishop of Fitzroy (36).
Another Fitzroy visitor, Trevor Simpson, won the twos pool.
On Wednesday the Women’s Scramble nett winner was Margaret Gray, with 67, in a close contest from Helen Spiers (68), Dale Spiers and Petsy Ralph (69), Elaine Troutbeck and Shirley Lord (70) and Raewyn Coleman (72).
The Nine Hole Division Scramble was won on stableford by Colleen Kerr, with 24 points, from Jenny Smyth(22) and Pat Mandeno (21).
On Thursday the Best of the Vets Scramble saw a good field and close scoring on the stableford system.
Gerald Lane (47 points) headed George Vanner (46) and John Hill (45). They were followed by Allen Rounthwaite and Ross Murray (42), Richard Woodward (40), Peter Emery, Percy Kapa, Herman Oosterman, Robin Thompson, Murray Johnson and Ray Davies (39), Bill Hawira, Kerry Jensen, Denis Brewer, Ray Brain, Roy Greenhalgh, Les Common and Mick Forster (38).
Again Saturday’s Club Scrambles produced close scoring.
In the Women’s Division Angela Thomson’s 38 points was good enough for the win over Christine Ball, Ani Bahler and Karen Campton (37), Sylvia Gooch, Thora Young and Sally Davies (36).
In the Open All Day Scramble the gross winner was Clinton Rowe with 73 strokes.
40 points from Cameron Coombes won the stableford from Angela Thomson, Noel Evans and Ray Davies (38), Ross Riddell and Ani Bahler (37) and Sylvia Gooch (36).
Ani Bahler took out the twos pool.
Sunday’s Club Day Open Scramble saw Clinton Rowe prevail again, shooting three stokes less for 70 off the stick.
The nett winner was Max Kara with 64.
Barry Ross was clear in the stableford competition with 42 points from Alma Goodwin, Rupert Otto, Peter McGowan, Gary Kingi and Ray Davies (39), Edward Kay and Welby Murrell (38), John Darragh, Robert Coleman, Cameron Coombes and Roy Greenhalgh (37) and Greg Ward, Percy Kapa and Marcus Bunn (36). Clinton Rowe and Steve Dewet shared the twos pool.
The nett eagle competition on the third hole was unclaimed.