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Women play stableford at Seymour

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February 16, 2018

The women’s Wednesday competition this week was stableford and the winner was Pam Jarvis (23) with a score of 32 points. The extra competition was nearest-the-pin on the 17th which was claimed by Liz Gee. The ball pool went to Pam Jarvis, Shirley Wright and Glenda Woods with 30 points.

Seymour

The women’s Wednesday competition this week was stableford and the winner was Pam Jarvis (23) with a score of 32 points. The extra competition was nearest-the-pin on the 17th which was claimed by Liz Gee. The ball pool went to Pam Jarvis, Shirley Wright and Glenda Woods with 30 points.

In the men’s competition, new member James Carroll (23) seemed right at home when he won with 37 points. The runner up was Kevin Mulvaney (18) with 38 points on a three-way count back from Gary Wright and John Boruch.

Nearest-the-pins went to Greg Pell on the fourth, Terry Lemon on the sixth, Gary Wright on the 12th and Phil Jarvis on the 17th. The ball pool went to those with 35 points or better.

In the mixed nine-hole competition Phil Block (25) had another good day when he won with 19 points. The runner-up was John Jennings with 17 points and Melva Gardner was third with 16 points.

The Friday evening social nine-holes was played over holes 7-15 and it was good to see Trevor Hadfield out on the course enjoying the top score of 21 points. The next best score went to Cooper Lubeck with 19 points and then John Mundy had 18 points.

Saturday was a stableford round and 39 points was the popular score of the day for the men. Luke Meredith (13) won A-grade with 39 points. Archie Currie won B-grade also with 39 points on a count back from Bill Keating.

The nearest-the-pin on the fourth and sixth was won by Matt Bibby, the 12th went to Luke Meredith and the 17th to Craig Zotti.

The drive and pitch on the eighth was won by Luke Meredith and the 15th by Archie Currie.

A score of 33 points on a count back was needed for a ball.

In the women’s results, Tina Fountain (27) had a good round to score 36 points and win the day. The extra competition of the second shot on the 12th was also won by Tina Fountain. The ball pool went to Tina Fountain, Shirley Wright and Di Stammers with 34 points.

This Friday the social nine-holes is stroke over holes 10-18. On Saturday the men will play stroke while the women’s round is stableford.

Nagambie

Phil Neville fired back the best way possible, shooting seven better than his handicap to compile 43 stableford points and claim the win at Nagambie Golf Club.

The pennant team had a bye because Nagambie hosted the GMDGA pennant round on Sunday.

Neville put his best foot forward and showed regular playing partner Jeff Mills wins are not as easy with him around.

Neville’s 43 points consisted of some solid ball striking and draining putts at will. This good form kept Jeremy Ezard in the runner-up position with a score that would win most weeks — 42 points. Next best went to Des Phelan ahead of Bill Leviston on count back both on 39.

The nearest-the pin prizes went to Mat Mahney on the third, Jeremy Ezard running one up to the eighth and Gary Bow plonking it onto the 13th.

The Nagambie pennant side had the bye which maintained the team’s winless season thus far. Next week’s golf will be a stableford event with W. Leviston on office duty and J. Mills in the bar.

Nagambie women

There were 11 players this week. Due to hot weather four players chose to play nine holes and seven played 18 holes.

There was only one division and the winner with an excellent score of 46 points was Jenny Jeong. Jenny also won the nine-hole competition with 25 points.

18-hole ball winners were Jenny and Lynne McLean (37 points ).

Nine-hole balls went to Jenny, Val Labas (23) and Lynne (17).

Nearest-the-pin on the eighth was Moz Fowler.

Today will be par and monthly medal.

Chicken Run on February 8 was nine holes.

There were 33 players for the par event.

The winner with plus 4 was John Bond.

No nearest-the-pin

Next week will be stroke to be played on the back nine with nearest-the-pin on the 13th hole.

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