Tuesday, veterans On Tuesday, 59 players played a stableford on the west course. A-grade winner was Lyle Herrick with 38 points, ahead of Andy Wallace with 37 points on a countback.
A great score of 39 points saw John Dobbie win B-grade, ahead of Graham Rivers with 37 points.
Nearest the pin winners: Maurice Adams, David Wilson, Ray Wallace; points went to John Dobbie, 4; Lyle Herrick, 3; Andy Wallace, 2; David Wilson, 1. Balls down the line went to 33 points.
The veterans Christmas party and presentation night is on December 11.
Wednesday women Golfers played a par on the old course and Margaret Wallace, with 1-up took out A-grade.
B-grade winner with 4-up was Margaret Majernik.
Nearest the pins went to Deb Ryan, Dee Spackman and Mary Rodger with her second shot to the 13th.
Wednesday super vets Norm Elliott won the day with a nett 34. Balls went to 40 nett, won by John Dobbie, Peter Buller, Peter Mansell. Prize went to Bruce McKenzie. Jim Horne won the nearest the pin. Thursday, men’s and women’s stableford Played on the west course, Paul Aston had a good day, scoring 41 points to win A-grade on a countback, while John Ellis won B-grade with 38 points.
Nearest the pins were won by Roy Stillard, Ross Taylor, Matt Geisler and Kevin Dunn. Balls down the line: four to 38 points, three to 37 points, two to 36 points and one to 35 points.
Women’s winner was Jan Curran, who is playing consistent golf, with 35 points. Edna Wisneiwski won the nearest the pin on the fifth hole. Balls went to 30 points. Saturday, men’s and women’s stableford A-grade was won by Steve Carr with 40 points, off his handicap of 10. Slick (Fonzy) Bovalino won the B-grade with 38 points.
Nearest the pins were won by Joe Hrdina, Will Power, Freddy Barton and Geoff Hall, the 13th, which was the money hole. Balls down the line: four balls to 38, three to 37, two balls to 35 points and one went to 33.
Women’s winner was Margaret Wallace with 35 points. Nearest the pins, Jenny Tom and Rowena Wallace. Balls down the line went to 30 points.
Sunday medley par Mick Pearce hit the winner’s circle on the old course with a score of 2-up to win. Balls down the line went to two down.
Sunday slomen Sponsored by the president and sceretary, golfers enjoyed a nine-hole stroke event.
Ever-consistent Peter Barrie won A-grade with a nett 38. Roy Connor won B-grade with 37 nett.
Balls went to nett 40, Bruce Haley, John Dobbie, Brian Stanly, Rob Thomas and Jayden Geisler.
Nearest the pins went to Peter Barrie and Bruce Haley. Ryan McDiarmid took out the longest drive. Justin Munro the naga.
Next week is the front nine, west course, followed by the Christmas party.