Once again golf over the last week has seen strong scoring with golfers requiring around 40 points to be in the running for prizes.
A grade winners on Saturday were Col Langdon with a fine 41 points winning on a countback from Mark Roberts also with 41 points. In B grade John Gargett found some form to win with 40 points from Joshua Miller with 39 points (1 putt in it) and in C grade Doug Snowdon had a great 40 points to edge out Steve Edgenton with 38 points. Ball winners went to 37 points with four players all on 37.
The nearest the pin prizes were taken out by Peter Higgins on the 9th and Mark Roberts on the 17th. Longest drives went to Phil Patricks in A grade, Andrew O'Keeffe in B grade and Stephen Edgenton in C grade. Of note also was a fine eagle by Bruce Burton on the 16th as wel
On Sunday November 25 Roy Hankinson won the day with a fine 39 points from Gino Cerro and Lindsay Blewitt with 37 points. Ball winners went to 31 points with Steve Young just getting home. Bruce Burton won nearest the pin on the 17th.
On Wednesday November 21 the mens single stableford saw some good scores with 31 players enjoying ideal conditions. Col Langdon continued his recent great form (35 points) to win A grade.
In B grade Charlie Beaumont scored 40 points (round of the day) and in C grade Geoff Bohringer came home with 36 points to take out the club voucher. Ball winners went to 33 points. Unfortunately nearest the pins were not at hand at the time of writing.
Next week sees single stablefords the order of the day on all the three competition days - Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday with the Wednesday afternoon daylight saving competition and the Phoenix Social 9 holes on Friday afternoon. Junior golf is on Thursday afternoon from 4pm onwards and for all juniors there is a gala golf day on December 7.
With visiting pros and Jack Newton golf coaches on hand this should be a great teaching day for both primary and secondary kids.