Tuesday, October 30, veterans, west course, stroke, bi-Monthly medal.
Medal winner: Noel Milligan 84 (15) nett 69 countback and winner of A-grade, A-grade runnerup Ray Wallace 69 nett.
B-grade winner: Brian Tate 70, runner-up Tony Wouters 72. C-grade went to Hans Vandenberg 73 runner-up with a nett 73 as well was Neville Retallack.
Four points went to Noel Milligan, three to Ray Wallace, two to Brian Tate and one point to Tony Wouters.
Nearest the pins were won by Joe Hrdina, Arnie Manual and David Wilson. Balls down-the-line went to a nett 75.
Wednesdaywomen’s, old course, four-ball bestball stableford.
A total of 51 women enjoyed perfect golfing conditions with Jenny Gould and Julie Quarrell combining well to come in with 45 points to win the day on a countback from Jenny Tom and Janice Pendlebury.
Third went to Chris Crawford and Liz Ewing with 44 points.
Nearest the pins were won by Heather Miller, Terry Mentha and Mary Rodger with her second shot to the sixth. Downthe-line balls went to 41 points as did Pro Shop balls.
Thursday, men’s and women’s, west course, stableford.
Freddy Barton off a handicap of seven came in with 38 points to win A-grade on a countback. Hans Vandenburg is staying in form to take out B-grade with a great score of 43 points.
Nearest the pin winners were Rob Wyhoon, Michael Mitchelson, Ross Percy and Freddy Barton.
Down-the-line balls: four to 39 points, three to 38, two to 36 and one ball to 34 points.
Women’s winner also on a comeback was Jan Curran scoring 36 points. Edna Wiz won the nearest the pin on the fifth hole. Balls went to 32 points.
Saturday to Tuesday, Melbourne Cup tournament.
Golfers from near and far are represented during this event. Full results can be found on our website www.cbgc.com.au.
Sunday, nine-hole slomen event, stroke round sponsored by Murray River Stamps.
Tiny Tim Nolan took out A-grade with a nett 33. Winning B-grade with his nett 37 was Ray Hart.
Balls to 39 nett: Matt Geisler, Alan Haddrell, Col Smith and Ron Connor.
Nearest the pins won by Dana Nolan and Matt Geisler. Longest drive: Ron Conner. NAGA: Sorry Norm. Next week from nine West course.