Mer­rigum golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

Barry Web­ber now has a new name, ‘Ditto’, be­cause he keeps re­peat­ing the same thing over and over again.

A case in point is his win­ning Mer­rigum’s Sat­ur­day golf com­pe­ti­tion for the third week in a row.

While Ditto didn’t reach the lofty heights of last week’s win he was still good enough to out­play the com­pe­ti­tion de­spite hav­ing lost a shot from his hand­i­cap last week.

His score was 102-34-68 and this won him Bruce Brown’s voucher, the Priv­i­lege Cup and a spot in the next ‘Tiger Cup’ play­off.

He has again lost an­other shot from his home club hand­i­cap but there will be quite a few who will be wish­ing it was a con­sid­er­able amount more that he lost.

Ball com­pe­ti­tion win­ners were An­drew Wood 69 and Bruce Brown 70 on a count-back from John Fuller.

Near­est-the-pins were won by Bruce An­drews on the ninth, Roger Gil­lon on the jack­pot 12th and Si­mon Do­herty on the 14th.

Si­mon and Tash Do­herty spon­sor the least putts and this was won by An­drew Wood with just 24.

Craig Do­herty achieved what no other per­son has been able to in re­cent times and that was to beat Barry Web­ber at last Thurs­day’s twi­light com­pe­ti­tion.

Craig’s score was 46-11-35 which put day­light be­tween him­self and Barry af­ter Bazza had a round of 55-16.5-38.5.

No near­est-the-pins went off but Si­mon Do­herty won least putts with 15 and the two-point cut was 41.

Next Sat­ur­day’s event is pairs am­brose and is round two of the sum­mer four-ball.

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