Golfers en­joy last week of play

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT - Davey.

Seymour

There are only weeks un­til Christ­mas but there is still plenty of golf to be played and it was another full week of golf at the club.

The win­ner in the Wed­nes­day women’s com­pe­ti­tion was Ricky Rick­man (14) who had 37 points.

The ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion was near­est-the-pin on the 17th and that went to Dale Stu­art.

A score of 36 points was needed for a ball and those went to Rick­man, Shirley Wright and Tina Foun­tain.

In the men’s com­pe­ti­tion Don Gee (23) had the best score of the day to win with 39 points.

There were three play­ers nip­ping at his heels on 38 points with John Cal­laghan, Greg Pell and Rob Old­man hav­ing to set­tle for be­ing in the ball pool.

Near­est-the-pins went to Mark Foun­tain on the sixth, John Mundy on the 12th, Kevin Mul­vaney on the 17th and the fourth stayed with the club. The ball pool ex­tended to those with 33 points.

It was good to see Melva Gard­ner (37) have a win in the mixed nine holes with the top score of 17 points.

The run­ner-up was Stubby Byrnes with 13 points and Phillip Block and Dun­can Chisholm made up the ball pool with 12 points each.

Satur­day was the de­cid­ing round for the medal­list of the year for the men and the women with only those who had won a medal in the pre­vi­ous 12 months el­i­gi­ble for the ti­tle.

The men’s medal­list of the year, with the best score of those el­i­gi­ble was Rob Peter­son who had net 70 on the day win­ning af­ter a count back from Kevin Sum­mers.

The women’s medal­list of the year was Irene Davey who had a ter­rific score of net 69 to be the clear win­ner.

The men were also com­pet­ing for the De­cem­ber monthly medal.

The medal win­ner with the top score of the day was John Cal­laghan who had a fan­tas­tic 79-14=65, which also made him the B-grade win­ner.

The A-grade win­ner was David Hamil­ton, who also had the best scratch of the day, with a nice 77-10=67.

Kevin Sum­mers missed out on the medal­list of the year ti­tle how­ever did win C-grade with a score of 93-23=70.

Near­est-the-pin on the fourth was Cal­laghan, the sixth was won by Sandy Cress­well, on the 12th Hamil­ton was the clos­est, and the 17th was won by Wayne Evans.

The drive and pitch on the eighth went to Dave Pearce and the 15th to Ian Richard­son.

A net score of 71 was needed for a ball.

In the women’s daily re­sults, Irene Davey won A-grade with her score of 76-17=69 on a count back from Shirley Wright.

The B-grade win­ner was the in-form Dilva Grat­tan who had 108-34=74 on a count back from Di Stam­mers.

Near­est-the-pin on the 17th was Con­nie Grace, vis­it­ing from Dorset Golf Club.

The balls went to Davey, Wright, Glenda Woods and Grat­tan with net 74 on a count back.

On Sun­day the club hosted the Seymour Health char­ity golf day to raise money for the lo­cal hospi­tal.

It was a huge suc­cess with 77 play­ers par­tic­i­pat­ing in the am­brose event and prizes do­nated from busi­nesses around the com­mu­nity.

The best scratch score on the day went to Mark Foun­tain, Ian Richard­son, Peter Nel­son and Mark Cor­radin with the low score of 62.

The run­ners-up in the scratch were the team of Jane Fletcher, Mary Claasen, Gerry Han­son and Greg Holmes with 63.

Win­ning the mixed hand­i­cap with the low­est net score of the day, 54.625, were John Mundy, Gary Neville, Stormy Tem­pest and Mar­lene Tem­pest.

The run­ners-up in that divi­sion were Jenny Jeong, Tom Wilkin­son, Phil Neville and Sang Shin with their net score of 59.

The best men’s hand­i­cap team with a net score of 56.25 was Beau Maggs, Ge­off Maggs, Ge­off Maggs Jnr and Josh Beattie.

The run­ners-up with a score of 56.875 were Greg Pell, Dave Pearce, Rob Old­man and Jerry Ben­der.

Near­est-the-pins for the men were, for the fourth hole Stormy Tem­pest, the sixth was Matt O’Sul­li­van, the 12th was Greg Holmes, and the 17th Dale Moun­tjoy.

For the women only two near­est-the-pins were claimed, the fourth by Jenny Jeong and the 17th by Jane Fletcher.

The long­est drive for the men was Shane Kemp and for the women it was Tina Gribben.

The straight­est drive for the men was Greg Pell and for the women it was An­drea Richards.

The suc­cess for a day like this is greatly at­trib­uted to the volunteers who or­gan­ise and pre­pare for the day and all the as­sis­tance on the day.

With great sup­port from sev­eral lo­cal busi­nesses and of course the par­tic­i­pa­tion of the play­ers, it helped to raise funds for the Seymour Hospi­tal which is a ter­rific as­set to Seymour and the district.

Thanks to all who con­trib­uted to the suc­cess of the day.

The Fri­day so­cial nine holes this week is stable­ford on holes 1-9.

Please note there is a syl­labus change for Satur­day and both the men and the women will be play­ing par this week and the fol­low­ing Satur­day (De­cem­ber 15) is the two-per­son am­brose, any com­bi­na­tion.

Nagam­bie

Women’s golf on Wed­nes­day was a 4BBB stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

Win­ners were Dei­dre Kleinig and Irene Keogh with 41 points, while run­ners-up were Ronda Richards and Mau­reen King with 40 points.

Balls went to Kleinig and Keogh (41), and Richards and King (40).

To­day will be a stable­ford round.

There were 30 play­ers for Thurs­day’s chicken run, which was a par event played on the front nine.

The win­ner was San­dra Cooke with +4 from South­ern Golf Club in Melbourne. She didn’t want the chicken and asked for the run­ner-up Tim Bald­win who had +3 to re­ceive it.

Near­est-the-pin on the eighth was Jenny Jeong

Next week will be a stable­ford round to be played on the back nine.

The Am­bu­lance Vic­to­ria CPR and Chain of Sur­vival work­shop will be held on De­cem­ber 16.

Also a re­minder our an­nual gen­eral meet­ing will be on De­cem­ber 19, start­ing at 7 pm.

Send­ing our con­do­lences to life mem­ber Eve­lyn Shiels and fam­ily on the loss of her daugh­ter Anne Ma­son.

The monthly medal on Sun­day at Nagam­bie was tough go­ing with a blus­tery south wind swirling across the course and sticky flies mak­ing low scor­ing dif­fi­cult.

This how­ever did not de­ter the day’s win­ner Glen Evans bag­ging his first monthly medal at the club.

Evans shot a 83-13-70 with a solid dis­play of driving and good iron play around the greens.

Run­ner-up for the sec­ond week in a row went to Shaun Bryant with a round of two halves, a 46 front nine then a even with the card 36 back nine sign­ing for 82-11-71, show­ing what he can do when he gets it right.

Next best score were Alby Seenan and Shaun Spicer with nett 71s.

The near­est-the-pins were hard go­ing due to the un­pre­dictable wind gusts with only the 13th and 16th be­ing achieved; Dean Brown won 13 and Glen Evans’ good day con­tin­ued with an ap­plaud­able strike on to the 16th.

Next week’s golf is the an­nual cross coun­try event on a com­pos­ite course with the Ray Cas­sar Me­mo­rial tro­phy on of­fer; of­fice duty will be G. Bow and in the bar B. Le­vis­ton.

Women’s medal­list of the year: Win­ner was Irene

Seymour Health char­ity golf day win­ning team: Ian Richard­son, Peter Nel­son, Mark Cor­radin and Mark Foun­tain.

Men’s medal­list of the year: Win­ner was Rob Peter­son.

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