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Price is right again as Monthly Medal man

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November 23, 2017

Monthly medal specialist Trevor Price claimed another one from a bunched up field all fighting for second place.

Nagambie

Monthly medal specialist Trevor Price claimed another one from a bunched up field all fighting for second place.

An excellent round of 87-18-67 consisting of some solid ball striking and only 23 putts allowed Price to take the win by a comfortable four strokes.

The next best score was shared by four players all carding nett 73s, runner-up was awarded to Des Phelan for the second week in a row beating Gary Bow, Tim Baldwin and Joe Labas on count-back.

The nearest-the-pin prizes went to visitor Tim Batten of Avenel on the third, Jeff Mills with a sweet strike on the 13th and Lindsay Hall stumbling it onto the 16th.

Friday, November 24 will be the club’s presentation night, for anyone wanting to attend please phone Ronda on 0408349505.

Next week’s golf is the annual Captain v President day with tee off 8am to 8.30am. In the bar will be J.Mills.

Avenel

Perfect weather greeted Friday’s twilight golfers, though you would not think so from some of the scores recorded.

The winner with a fine 21 points was Huwy Jones.

The ball competition results were Alex Smith 16 and Harry Wheeler 15.

Friday happy hour is in full swing with a sausage sizzle cooked by Bob.

Thanks to Avenel Meats for the snags and Bakers Delight for the bread.

Seymour

It was a small, but dedicated field who took to the course in the women’s competition on Wednesday.

The winner was Ricky Rickman (13) with a score of 37 points.

The extra competition of the third shot on the eighth was won by Pam Jarvis and the ball pool went to Ricky Rickman and Sue McCall with 35 points.

In the men’s competition, Kevin Summers (22) had 39 points to win on a count-back from Rob Oldman with the same score.

The nearest-the-pins went to Mick Prorok on the fourth, Jerry Bender on the sixth, Kevin Mulvaney on the 12th and Phil Block on the 17th.

A score of 36 points was needed for a ball.

There was also a count-back in the mixed nine-hole event, with Phil Block (25) winning from Dawn Leece when they each scored 19 points.

The next best scores went to Ann Wilson (15 points) and Melva Gardner (14), who were also included in the ball pool.

The welcome, but badly timed rain on Thursday meant that play had to be abandoned in the Gwen Stammers Tournament.

The members and visiting women started out in the rain, but as it just got heavier it eventually created an unplayable course, so the players just had to enjoy a nice lunch with no results.

The event will be rescheduled to Thursday, December 7 and hopefully the weather will be kinder this time.

The Friday social nine holes was played over holes 10-18 and the game was par.

Gary Wright (11) had the best score of the evening to win with +2.

Kevin Mulvaney and Peter Sawyer had +1 to also get a ball.

On Saturday, the best score of the day went to Paul Niebling (12) who had a terrific score of +6 to win A-grade.

The B-grade winner, Warren Austin (17), also had a great day with his score of +5.

The nearest-the-pin on the fourth was John Callaghan, the sixth went to Mark Fountain, on the 12th Greg Pell was the closest and the 17th was won by J. Beatie.

The drive and pitch on the eighth was won by Greg Pell and the 15th by Dale Mountjoy.

The women’s par competition was won by Di Stammers (21) with +2.

The extra competition of the second shot on the sixth hole had to be shared three ways.

Irene Davey, Di Lemon and Di Stammers between them had two chip-ins and a near hole-in-one to each score a birdie on that hole and a claim for the prize.

The ball pool went to Di Stammers, Di Lemon and Liz Gee with -2 on a count-back.

The Friday social nine holes this week is stableford to be played over holes 10-18.

On Saturday the men will play stableford, while the women’s competition is par.

Nagambie women’s

On Wednesday, November 15 we had 12 players for a stableford round.

The winner of the 18-hole competition A-grade was Sue Verge with 41 points and the winner of B and C-grades with 40 points was Lou Verge.

Lou also won the nine-hole comp with 25 points.

The 18-hole balls went to Sue, Lou and Maureen King with 38 points and the nine-hole balls went to Lou, Sue and Annette Mills.

The nearest-the-pin winners on the third were Mozzie Fowler and Maureen King and on the 16th Helen Gilbert.

On Wednesday, November 22 we will be playing foursomes, this will be followed by the women’s annual meeting and a shared lunch.

On Wednesday, November 29 it will be a stableford round.

Don’t forget the club’s presentation night on Friday, November 24, please phone Ronda on 0408349505 with your numbers.

Also the club’s annual meeting starts at 7pm on Wednesday, December 6.

The chicken run on Thursday, November 16 was a washout, but great for the course to get the rain.

Tomorrow will be a stroke round on the back nine.

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