The penultimate round of the women’s pennant last week had mixed results.
The division one team had a must win-match against Alexandra when it met at Yea.
Unfortunately, the team had a narrow 3-2 loss and will not take part in the finals.
Division two had a home match and secured a place in the finals with a 3-1 win against Broadford.
There is one round left before the finals, on Monday with the venue to be decided.
The Wednesday competition for the women was a par round and Glenda Woods (13) had the best score of the day to win with a score of square with the card.
The extra competition of the best nine out score went to Pam Jarvis, who had a square score for that nine.
The ball pool went to Glenda Woods, Pam Jarvis and Liz Gee with -3 on a count back.
In the men’s stableford competition, Archie Currie (18) was the winner with a fantastic score of 42 points. The next best was Luke Meredith, with 41 points.
The nearest-the-pins went to Mick Prorok on the sixth, Rob Peterson on the 12th, John Hedley on the 17th. The fourth stayed with the club. A score of 34 points on a count back was needed for a ball.
The mixed nine holes was won by Stubby Byrnes (28) with a steady score of 19 points, ahead of Don Gee with 17 points. Phil Block and Melva Gardner were the other recipients in the ball pool.
The colder conditions in the late afternoon are not putting Friday social golfers off for the six-hole competition.
Last week was stroke on holes 10-15 and Dan O’Sullivan had a nice score of net 23 to win, ahead of Michael Papworth with net 24.
On Saturday, the men and the women plotted their way through a stroke round.
The men’s results produced an amazing score when Jeff Smith had an incredible 87-25=62 to win B-grade.
Greg Pell had the best scratch score when he won A-grade with 75-6=69.
The nearest-the-pin on the fourth went to Greg Pell, the sixth to Kevin Summers, the 12th was won by Paul Niebling and the 17th went to Terry Lemon.
The drive and pitch on the eighth was won by Peter Nelson and the 15th went to Di Stammers. A net score of 74 was needed to get in the ball pool.
The women’s competition had a closer finish with Sue McCall winning with 88-16=72 on a count back from Di Byrne.
Byrne did get the nearest-the-pin on the 17th hole as a consolation. The ball pool went to Sue McCall, Di Byrne, Jane Fletcher and Pat Ferris with net 74 on a count back.
This week, Friday night social six holes is stroke on holes 1-6.
It is monthly medal on Saturday for the men, so they will be playing stroke, while the women are playing a stableford round.
A pizza night is being held after golf on Saturday and a sheet for those wishing to attend will be up in the club house from Wednesday.
The first round of the club championship, stroke, has been played and A-grade winner was Annette Mills with 101-27-74 nett.
B-grade and C-grade winner was Ronda Richards with 108-29-79 nett, while nine-hole winner was Sally Bazeley with 44-7-37 nett.
The 18-hole balls went to Mills 74, Bazeley 75 and Richards 79 on count back from Moz Fowler. Nine-hole balls: Bazeley 37, Jo Goodacre 38, Mills 39.5 on a count back from Richards.
Nearest-the-pin on the 13th was Sally Bazeley.
Today is the second round of the club championship.
Thursday’s chicken run was a par round on the back nine.
Alby Seenan was the winner with +4 on count back from Alan Labas.
Nearest-the-pin on the 13th was Glen Evans.
Tomorrow is a stroke on the front nine, with nearest-the-pin on the eighth.
Saturday’s competition was a stableford on the back nine.
Ronda Richards was the winner with 20 points and nearest-the-pin on the 16th went to Gribbin.