The Commonwealth Holden Scramble for 2014 was played on Saturday in ideal late autumn conditions and with a strong field, greens in excellent condition and well grassed fairways the scoring was hot.
Wednesday saw a good field contest a single medley stableford and Sunday was a single stableford as well.
On Saturday, a large contingent of golfers enjoyed perfect autumn conditions in the 2014 Holden Scramble sponsored by Commonwealth Motors. The winning team was Brett Thomas, Levi Tomasone, Chris Taylor and Steve Connor with a fine 57.38 nett from locals Andrew O'Keeffe, Martin Stockl, Christian Stockl and Dave Crawford with 58.38 nett.
Third place was taken out by Alexander Childs, Garth Moxon, Campbell Childs and Matthew Moxon with 59.13 nett. Long drives went to Damien Berkery in A grade, Martin Stockl in B grade, Simon Freebody C grade and junior long drive went to Sam Patricks.
Nearest the pins saw some brilliant shots no better than Wayne Flynn's near hole in one on the 9th hole giving his team a super easy birdie.
Nearest the pin on the 4th went to Gary Batten, on the 11th Christian Stockl and Alexander Childs took out the 17th.
On Sunday, Phil Amey really turned in a great round to finish with 40 points and take out first place in the single medley stableford. Ball winners went down to Vic Carroll back in Cooma for some cooler weather with 30 points.
On Wednesday, the mens single stableford saw some good scores with 22 players once again enjoying ideal conditions.
Campbell Childs continued his recent great form (40 points) to win the day with Tim Bedingfield runner up. Ball winners went to 33 points with Bill Dyball just getting home. There were no nearest the pins. Col Langdon took out nearest the pin on the 9th and Bob Ashcroft hit a really great shot on the 17th.
Next week sees single stablefords the order of the day on all competition days. Golfers are reminded that the Cottontails Cup against Federal Golf club is coming up soon so get your partner ready for this great event.