Mer­rigum golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

It was a warm Satur­day for Mer­rigum golfers to con­test the sec­ond round of the sum­mer four-ball.

The event was a pairs am­brose and the win­ning pair were al­most as hot as the day it­self.

Ash San­ders and Bruce An­drews had a day out, win­ning eas­ily by more than three shots from their near­est ri­vals af­ter a round of 69-8-61.

From mem­ory they were run­ners-up in the first round so they are well placed in the over­all com­pe­ti­tion at this early stage.

Craig and Si­mon Do­herty were the next best with 64.5 and headed the ball com­pe­ti­tion.

They were joined by John Fuller and Tony Bor­relli who scored 65.75.

There were two dead eyes when it came to near­est-thep­ins with Bruce Brown tak­ing both the sixth and ninth and John Fuller tak­ing the jack­pot 12th and the 14th.

Last Thurs­day’s twi­light com­pe­ti­tion was tough go­ing with only two de­cent scores in for the evening.

Frank Ley­den was the win­ner with a good round of 47-12-35 while Si­mon Do­herty was next best with 42-5.5-36.5.

Most of the other scores were well into the for­ties.

An­drew Wood won least putts with 14 and Craig Do­herty took the jack­pot for near­est-the-pin on the ninth. The two point cut was 41. Next Satur­day’s event is par.

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