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Tues­day vet­er­ans On De­cem­ber 4, the vet­er­ans took to the old course for a sta­ble­ford round, which was con­tested by 58 play­ers.

Barry Gook took out A-grade with 40 points, not far be­hind was run­ner-up Don Jack­son scor­ing 38 points.

B-grade was won by Lind­say Fen­ner on a count­back with 37 points, Trevor Sut­ton the run­nerup.

Golfer of the year points: four points to Barry Gook, three to Don Jack­son, two to Lind­say Fen­ner and one point to Chris Forster.

Near­est the pins were won by Ray Wallace the eighth and the 17th, and Doug Pock­nee the 12th.

Balls down the line went to 34 points.

Wed­nes­day women The women played stroke on the west course on De­cem­ber 5.

Kerri Wilkie con­tin­ued with her win­ning streak to take out A-grade scor­ing 69 nett. Helen Ad­kins won the B-grade with her 74 nett.

Near­est the pins were won by Heather Miller on the fifth and Jenny Hind­son her sec­ond shot to the eighth green.

Balls down the line: three to 73 nett, two to 77 nett and one ball to 79 nett.

Wed­nes­day vet­er­ans The vet­er­ans played a nine­hole stroke event on Wed­nes­day.

With a nett 36, Graeme Landy again won the su­per­vets. Max Har­ri­son and Peter Spald­ing won a ball with the count go­ing to 38 nett.

Spald­ing also won near­est the pin. Gi­u­lianas prize went to Paul Low­den.

Thurs­day On Thurs­day the men and women took to the old course for a par event.

Great scores were recorded, with Frank Mess­ner win­ning A-grade on a count­back with 4-up. Both play­ers scor­ing 8-up were Den­nis Staff and Michael Milovitch. Staff won the count­back to win B-grade.

Twenty-four out of the 78 men who played on Thurs­day played to their hand­i­cap or bet­ter.

Near­est the pins: Bill McMaster, Andy Wallace, Kevin Dunn Jnr and Jeff Lan­caster.

Balls down the line: four balls to 6-up, three balls to 3-up, two to 2-up, and one ball to 1-up, in­dica­tive of the good golf played.

The women’s win­ner was Jan Cur­ran with 2-down. Bev Wil­lis was near­est the pin on the 17th.

Satur­day Satur­day was men’s stroke/ monthly medal and the women’s stroke on the old course.

For some golfers they say ‘‘golf is a good walk spoilt by golf”’, for oth­ers it is a ‘‘great day of golf when you come in with a nett 66, win­ning the monthly medal and the B-grade nett.’’ Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ash­leigh Tea­gle.

A-grade nett win­ner was Paul Ryan scor­ing 70. A-grade scratch win­ner was Chris Tom­lin­son with 71.

Scratch win­ner for B-grade was Mark Jaen­sch with 94, no longer the brides­maid.

Near­est the pins were won by Paul Ryan, Mark Jaen­sch, Gra­ham Kerr and the eighth money hole, won by Max­ine Sadler.

Balls down the line: four to 68 nett, three to 74, two to 75 and one ball to 76 nett.

The women’s win­ner was Rowena Wallace, hand­i­cap of six win­ning with 74 nett.

Near­est the pin on the 17th was Jan Cur­ran. Balls went to 79 nett.

Sun­day Sun­day’s med­ley sta­ble­ford was played on the west course. There was a smaller field but Paul Wis­nei­wski was in the win­ners cir­cle with 36 sta­ble­ford points.

Three balls went to 33 points, two balls to 32 and one ball to 31 points.

Sun­day slomen The Sun­day slomen nine-hole event was spon­sored by Santa.

Ryan Med­craft was the A-grade win­ner with 35 nett, run­ner-up was Peter Bar­rie. B-grade win­ner was Ron Con­nor, run­ner-up P. Bon­derenk.

Santa gave all play­ers a ball for their ef­fort.

Ryan Med­craft and Norm El­liott both won near­est the pins. Justin Munro showed his mus­cles win­ning the long­est drive.

The NAGA went to Ryan McDiarmid.

The event was fol­lowed by a Christ­mas big break­fast and prize pre­sen­ta­tions. Slomen will now en­joy the fes­tive sea­son with a break re­turn­ing to play com­pe­ti­tion on Jan­uary 13.

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