Full fields for winter event
Saturday was the first day of our Winter Tournament that had full fields with shotgun starts each day.
Canadian Foursomes was played the first day with the winning pair being K Stockdale/ C Stockdale (Lang Lang GC) 70.5, second was Duckworth/ Morris (Shepparton GC) 73.25, 3rd Treloar/Stoetrup (Gisborne GC) 73.62.
NTP: 2nd D Sinclair, 8th Jim Williams, 10th Bull/Kramer, 15th P Dungan.
Sunday was the second day with 4BBB.
Ladies’ Division 1 win going to Erbacher/Waldron 41 pts, Division 2 went to Flavell/ Miller 40 pts, Division 3 was Beard/ Frost 40 pts.
NTP: Vanessa Elders 2nd, Jackie Surman 14th, Vicki Waldron 17th (hole in one).
Men’s Division 1 winner went to Nelson/McCall 45 pts, Division 2 went to Miller/Hair 45 pts, Kane/Wells were Division 3 winners also with 45 pts. NTP: Fred Tyers 8th, Barry James 17th.
Tuesday last week saw 38 ladies playing Stroke/Monthly Medal on composite course which saw Lynne Parry the Division 1 winner with a great score of 67 net; Bev Richard was r-up with 70 net.
Division 2 went to Sue Lawson 74 net on c/b from Helen Commadeur.
Gross Division 1 went to Michelle Field 79; Gross Division 2 was won by Sue Lawson 100. NTP: S Papas 15th (Pres. course), M Field 17th ( Cap. course).
On Wednesday the men played stableford on composite course with Division 1 won by Darren John with 38 pts; r-up Ray Watmore with 36.
Division 2 was won by Phillip Dungan 37 pts, followed by Doug Smith 36; Robert McKenzie was the Division 3 winner with 37 pts with r-up going to David Hanson 35.
NTP: Brian Rooney 8th, Kevin Morey was the Jackpot Pro Pin winner of $207 on 2nd (Pres. course).
In less than perfect conditions last Wednesday, first time starter Zac Brain showed how easy it is when he carded 42 stableford points to claim the voucher.
NTP on the 18th was Leo McNamara. Martin Cruickshank (34) and Simon Fuller (33) claimed balls and Barry Fahey added another Matt Daniel Plumbing NAGA trophy to his collection.
Again a small but select field took to the course for the Thursday afternoon Nine Hole Stroke Competition.
Rand Wilson with 34.5 net claimed the voucher with Barry Fahey (36.5) taking the ball.
The weather turned for the better and saw good fields made up of locals and visitors enjoying three days of great golf during the 2016 Hutcheon & Pearce Finley Masters Tournament.
The Bill Cook Memorial 4BBB Stableford event on Saturday saw Graham Patchett (Broadford) and Nyall Langmead (Eastwood) come to the fore with 43 points to collect the winners’ trophy.
After a countback Phil Morrow and Dan Rebesco (Broadford) with 41 points stepped up for the runners-up trophy.
Marilyn Neill and Dianne Cannons (Federal Canberra) with 38 points snared the ladies’ trophy.
NTP: 18th Grant Bilton (Broadford). Balls went to nine pairs with 39 points or better.
On Sunday, Ian Armer with 69 off the stick stepped up to make it two years in a row that he claimed the A grade scratch winner title.
The A grade net winner was Grant Wilson with net 72, while Steve Conrick with 74 net survived a five-way countback to be runner-up.
Rand Wilson with 71 took the B grade net trophy with Marty Piggin at 75 net the r-up.
The ladies’ scratch trophy went to Marilyn Neill (Federal Canberra) with a 92 off the stick, while Marian Ayres’ 74 gave her the net trophy with Mary Polkinghorne surviving a countback to be runner-up.
NTP: 6th Steve Conrick, 18th Mark Corradin (Euroa), 13th Sue DeSousa (Queanbeyan). Balls went to players with 77 net or better.
The tournament finished on Monday with a Mixed 4BBB Stableford.
Dale and Deborah Pyke with 41 points claimed the trophy, while Mark and Margot Robertson with 38 points were runners-up.
In and event for players without partners Dave Brockie stepped up with 35 points to claim the trophy.
NTP: 18th Colin McNamara. Balls went to Jack and Maree Doyle (36), Doug Smith and Mary Polkinghorne (35), and Colin McNamara (31).
Stroke will be played on Saturday and stableford on Sunday.
Friday’s winner of the ninehole chook run was Syd Goldsmith (36-14.5), r-up was Jo Nichols (38.5); putting was won Peter Shand with 12 putts, and ball winner was Gail Browne with a net 40.
Saturday’s winner was Chris Nevins (38.5-9.5), r-up was Barry Browne (38.5-10.5); putting was won by Gail Browne with 14 putts, and ball winner was Doug Cameron with a net 40.
Sunday’s stableford was won by Jo Nichols with 36 points, r-up was Ashley Batten on 34; ball winners were Peter Shand 29 pts and Jeff Stein with 28.
Please note that Friday’s nine hole event will now start at 2pm.