Seymour Telegraph



A small turnout for the reschedule­d stableford event at Nagambie on Saturday saw Phil Hageman claim his third victory for the year so far.

Last month’s monthly medal winner and the 2023 B-grade champion was too strong for the reduced field, winning on countback with 31 points.

Unlucky second went to Graham Keogh, battling through the light rain in the early part of the morning to also finish on 31 points.

Only one nearest the pin was recorded — Gary Bow on the 16th, with a well-judged strike hitting the heart of the green.

As for representa­tive golf, the Nagambie pennant team was away at the Tatura Hilltop Golf Club taking on Tocumwal in its final fixture for the season.

The Nagambie team was gallant in defeat, going down 2-3. It has been a disappoint­ing season, with the team too far down the ladder to make the finals.

Next week’s golf at Nagambie will be a stableford event, returning to the Sunday morning time slot of 9am to 9.30am hitoff, with D. Love on office duty and C. Roberts in the bar. Women

On Wednesday, August 9, the club had nine players for a round of stroke.

The winner of A- and B-grades was Monica Hurley, 105-30-75 net. The winner of C-grade was Kylie Carmichael, 119-37-82 net.

The nine hole winner was Irene Keogh, 46-9-37 net.

Nearest the pin on the third was Monica, and on the 16th it was Irene.

Balls down the line for 18 holes went to Monica, 75 net, and Irene, 76 net. Balls down the line for nine holes went to Irene on a countback from Monica, 37 net.

On Thursday, August 10, a field of 18 players competed in a par round. The winner was Shaun Bryant at +1.

Nearest the pin on the 13th was Terry Clonan.

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