Gatton Star - - Sport -


Only three clubs and a put­ter were al­lowed to be used in the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion held last Wed­nes­day but this did not stop Dawn Ford and Donna Mel­lon from scor­ing 38 pts each. There is ob­vi­ously no need to carry so many clubs when good golf can be played with so few. Dawn won on count back and also played the best sec­ond shot on 4 to win the pin, while Betty Walther won the lucky card. Carol Blake en­joyed the chockie.

Satur­day’s sin­gle sta­ble­ford event was won by Mandy McDon­nell, scor­ing 36 pts closely fol­lowed by run­ner up Lau­rie Dids­man, 34 pts. The best sec­ond shot on 7 was played by Mar­garet Grant and Carol Blake won the lucky card. Betty Exelby de­lighted in the chockie.

The an­nual Breast Can­cer Re­search char­ity day was held on Sun­day and the win­ners of the two per­son am­brose were Brock Harm and Cameron Sip­pel, 35¼ net. The run­ners-up were Mal and Amanda McDon­nell, 38 net. A great day was held as all play­ers re­ceived a prize and $1000 was raised for breast can­cer re­search. A big thank you to the Gat­ton busi­nesses who do­nated prizes. To­day’s com­pe­ti­tion is a sin­gle stroke and on Satur­day a 4BBB sta­ble­ford, draw for part­ners will be held.

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