Two eagles scored in Bovalina victory
Tocumwal Caleb Bovalina had a stunning day on the course, scoring not one but two eagles on his way to victory in Wednesday’s stroke event.
Bovalina’s eagles on the third and sixth holes of the Captain’s Course saw him run away with the Division One win with a score of 68 net. Brian Morgan followed behind on 70.
John Hepworth was the Division Two winner with 66, Phillip Dungan followed with 68.
Colin Hough was the Division Three winner with 68, Ian Taylor was runner-up 69.
Ronald Hayes took out Division Four with 69 from Ray Hehir and Michael Keen.
NTPs went to Jeremy Cardillo 2nd, Shane Halloran 14th, Michael Keen Pro Pin $105.
Men’s stroke winner was Alan Penny 68 with Laurence Rickard runner-up on 73.
A field of 61 ladies played stableford on Tuesday last week with Division One going to Julie Daniel with 36 points, followed by Kerry Conrad 35.
Jill Collins was the Division Two winner with 39 points and runner-up went to Wendy McLeod 38.
Nola Whiteford took out Division Three with 39 points with Margaret Anderson taking runner-up with 36.
NTPs went to Nola Whiteford 8th, Petra Wilmot 14th, Pro Pin 68 17th Nola Whiteford $65.
A small group of 56 men played stableford from the blue markers on Saturday.
Division One went to Anthony Clement on 42 points followed by Jason Kerr 40.
Denis Garner was the Division Two winner with 39 and runner-up went to Philip Cheesewright 37.
Ian McFarlane claimed the Division Three win with 40 points closely followed by Neville Attrill 38.
NTPs went to Raymond Bailey 2nd, Peter Bolt 18th.
Par was played by 11 ladies on Sunday with Claire Perston taking the win with 3-up.
NTP also went to Perston on the 2nd.
Fifty-six men played par from the white markers with Division One going to Brian Wilson with 4-up followed by Kevin Clark 3-up.
Wayne Youlton was the Division Two winner with 5-up, runner-up was Bruce Cavanagh 2-up and Rod Buchmasser was the Division Three winner with 5-up with AIan McFarlane behind him finishing 3-up.
NTPs went to Martin Studwick 2nd, Mark Conway 17th.
Men’s Gold winner was Graeme Sharp on countback from Laurence Rickard with both golfers finishing square.
Berrigan Wayne Crew was the winner in Friday's nine hole competition (50-15-35), runner-up was Jeff Stein (45-10-35).
Crew also won the putting with 13 putts and ball winner was Joe Nicholls (48-11-37).
Saturday was a high scoring game and Joe Nicholls was surprised that he won with a score of (48-11-37).
Nicholls won on a countback from Jeff Stein (47-10-37), with Ed Morgan winning the putting with 15 putts and Barry Browne the ball winner (48-10-38).
Sunday’s stroke event was won by Jeff Stein (90-20-70), runner-up was Maria McDonell (95-24-71).
McDonnell won the putting with 27 putts and ball winners were Jim Walliss (94-21-73) and Joe Nicholls (97-22-75).
Sunday’s Monthly Medal hit off time will change back to 12.30pm.
The following Sunday, March 10, is the Three Person Ambrose Fun Day and the club would love to see as many businesses as possible put in a team.
Cost is $20 which includes a barbecue lunch and if each team could bring a salad that would be appreciated. Please register your team by sending a text to 0447 065 400.
Please note that Friday and Saturday golf will now hit off at 3pm.
Finley Paul Pinnuck carded 37 stableford points to collect the Division One voucher for the 18 hole medley competition on Wednesday.
Chick Braybon carded 38 points to take Division Two.
Joanne Dean was NTP on the 13th and Doug Smith on the 18th.
Ball competition winners were Colin McNamara (36), Mary Polkinghorne, Rob Klemke, Beau Makkinga (35), Helen Wastle (33) and Rand Wilson (32).
In the Thursday afternoon nine hole stableford competition Barry Fahey after countback on 22 points claimed the voucher with Aaron Taylor (22) and Andrew Higgins (20) ball competition winners.
On Saturday, Doug Smith came in with 67 net to take the Division One trophy and the Cock of the Walk title in the stroke medley competition.
Anne Harding at 70 net claimed Division Two after a countback.
NTP on the 18th was Beau Makkinga.
Ball competition winners were Kath Klemke (70), Tracey Shalders, Dave Brockie, Rob Klemke, Bill Mansell and Paul Pinnuck (72).
Kellie White picked up the Ultra NAGA trophy.
Heather Daniel with 41 points stepped up for the trophy when Stableford Medley was played on Sunday.
Daniel was also NTP on the 13th and Paul Pinnuck on the 18th.
Ball competition winners were Barry Fahey (37), Grant Wilson (36), Gay Henderson, Paul Pinnuck and Leo McNamara (35).
The Ultra NAGA trophy was claimed by Trevor McCaw.
At the weekend, Saturday is 2019 Season Opening Day when mixed 4BBB will be played and on Sunday it will be stroke.
Ladies Wednesday Opening Day is Wednesday, March 6 with a nine hole, two person ambrose competition followed by a luncheon.