Mer­rigum golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

Barry Web­ber made head­lines in the press last week for his golf­ing prow­ess but this week he far sur­passed last week’s win with a sen­sa­tional 48 stable­ford points.

No, it wasn’t a four-ball, it was an in­di­vid­ual round and Baz fin­ished a mas­sive 11 points ahead of his clos­est ri­val.

It is rare that a field gets hum­bled in such a dev­as­tat­ing fash­ion and what re­ally hurts the rest of us is that Barry lost just one lone shot off his play­ing hand­i­cap at Mer­rigum.

John Fuller headed the ball com­pe­ti­tion with 37 points and was joined by Greg Hall on 35 points and James Camp­bell with 34 points on a count back from Bruce Brown, Bruce An­drews and Frank Ley­den.

Near­est-the-pins were won by Frank Ley­den on the ninth and John Fuller on the jackpot 12th.

Last week’s twi­light saw an in­crease in num­bers and was won by Clint Pry­goda with a round of 42-8-34, half a shot ahead of run­ner-up Frank Ley­den who scored 47-12.5-34.5.

Clint’s put­ter was run­ning hot and he won least putts with just 12 for the 10 holes.

Bill Bray took the jackpot for near­est-the-pin on the ninth and the two-point cut was 38.

This com­ing Satur­day’s event is stroke for the Priv­i­lege Cup, spon­sored by Bruce Brown, and in­cor­po­rates least putts spon­sored by Si­mon and Tash Do­herty.

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