Results from the previous Wednesday saw a stableford competition played. The winner of A, B and C-grades was Irene Keogh with 35 points.
Winner of the nine-hole competition was Jenny Jeong with 19 points on a count-back from Maureen King also with 19 points. Nearest-the-pin on the third hole was Moz Fowler.
The 18-hole balls went to Irene 35 and Jenny 34. Nine-hole balls went to Jenny and Maureen both with 19.
Chicken run results from Thursday saw 31 players in a stableford event played on the back nine. Winner was Deidre Kleinig with 22 points.
Nearest-the-pin was Terry Clonan on the 16th hole. Tomorrow will be a stroke event to be played on the front nine, nearest-the-pin on the eighth hole. Please use photocopied cards for chicken run.
Sunday’s Par event produced plenty of good scores with the winning score being +5 coming from a determined Phil Neville after brother Doug won the monthly medal the previous month.
Phil wanted to put right who is the family’s second-best golfer.
Runner-up was hard to find with four players returning +4 but after an exhausting count-back Dave Fullager was awarded second place, others on +4 were Joe Labas, Jeff Mills and Jock Mundy.
The nearest-the-pins went to Alan Anderson sneaking one onto the third, the day’s winner Phil Neville making the eighth and Dave Fullager taking out both 13 and 16 with two solid strikes.
Next week’s golf is the fifth and final round of the summer trophy, stroke play; on office duty is G. Bow and in the bar J. Lodding.
Bendigo Bank 4BBB tournament
The Nagambie Bendigo Bank 4BBB annual tournament was played on Friday, and the winners were Jenny Jeong and Karyn Thompson with 51 points from Nagambie club.
Runners-up were Helen Gilbert with 50 points from Euroa club on a count-back from Sally Nayler and Julie Harris also on 50 points from Shepparton club.
Nearest-the-pin on the third hole was Marg Henny from Mooroopna club, on the eighth hole it was Lynne McLean from Hilltop club, on the 13th hole it was Helen Hall from Cobram/Barooga club, and on the 16th hole it was Gill Thorson from Kyvalley View club.
Our thanks to all the players. It was a successful event. A big thanks to Bendigo Bank for their ongoing support of our club.
The women played stableford on Wednesday and Pat Ferris (19) had the best score of 33 points to win the day.
The extra competition was the best even holes and Marg Bailey won this with 17 points. The ball pool went to Pat Ferris and Dale Stuart with 29 points.
In the men’s Wednesday results, there was a count-back to decide the winner.
Mick Prorok (9) had 39 points to win from Rob Peterson who was the runner-up.
Only two nearest-the-pins were claimed, the 12th by Jerry Bender and the 17th by Vinnie Hall.
A score of 34 points on a count-back was needed for a ball.
Phillip Block (25) had the best score in the mixed nine holes, winning with a nice 20 points.
Liz Gee was the runner-up with 15 points and Dawn Leece was third with 12 points.
The Friday evening nine holes was played on holes 16-6 and the competition was par. The winner was Mark Corradin (2) who scored a fine plus two to win. The next best score went to Ian Stuart (20) with plus one.
Saturday was a combined stableford competition for men and women with a pretty good field of 36 players.
The top score of the day was in C-grade with Graham Welsh (22), backing up his win from last week, this time with a fantastic score of 40 points.
The A-grade winner was Greg Pell (6) with 36 points and B-grade was won by John Hedley (18) with a score of 38 points.
The nearest-the-pin on the fourth was, unusually, a tie this week.
Graham Welsh and Graeme Drummond were the same distance out and therefore both received the honour.
The sixth was won by John Hedley, the 12th went to Terry Lemon and on the 17th Luke Meredith was the closest.
The drive and pitch on the eighth was won by Graeme Drummond and the 15th went to Bill Brock. A score of 34 points was needed to get into the ball pool.
The Friday evening social nine holes this week will be stroke on holes 1-9. Saturday is a par round for both men and women.