Competition Results


Event Date Event Name Result Details
1st June, 2019JUNE MONTHLY MEDAL - STROKE.Saturday was the June monthly medal stroke round, A grade and medal winner was Brad Cue 79-9-71 on a countback from Jonah Harris 75-4-71. B grade winner was Lawrie West from Rich River 89-18-71 on a countback from Barry Murphy 83-12-71. C grade winner was Tony Waters 91-19-72 from Col Cooney 92-19-73. Nearest the pins were Terry Gamble on the 4th, Jonah Harris on the 9th, Peter Cameron on the 11th, Mark Sciberras on the 17th, 2nd shot to the 18th was Jesper Hansen. Jonah Harris was the Super Pin winner. The putting was won by Peter Robbins with 25 on a countback from Jesper Hansen. Balls went to Jesper Hansen, Peter Robbins, Terry Gamble, Mark Sciberras, Damien Summers, Bede Gibson, Terry Kot, David Moore, Peter Cameron, Tony Dibella. On Monday 10th. Queens Birthday weekend there is a 2 Person Ambrose, men, ladies and mixed. Phone Captain Tony to book your place 0433 050657.
4th June, 2019STROKE - JUNE MONTHLY MEDAL & 1st ROUND MIN FERRIS MEMORIAL TROPHYTuesday was the June monthly medal and the first of three rounds of the Min Ferris Memorial Trophy for the 17 ladies who braved the cold day. The daily winner was Denise Murphy 88-14-74 on a countback from Banksie Buckley 104-30-74 and Helen Claverdon Jones 109-35-74, as there is a tie, the monthly medal will be played off next week by these 3 players. Nearest the pins were A grade Julie Harris and B grade Banksie Buckley. Balls went to Denise Murphy, Banksie Buckley, Helen Claverdon Jones, Grace Parkinson and Lorraine Ryan. The 9 Hole competition was won by Jan Laidlaw 6-16-44 from Liz Turang 61-15-46.
5th June, 2019STABLEFORDWednesday was a stableford day for the 20 men who turned up to play, the winner was Mark Sciberras (7) with 38 points from Ian Broome (20) with 37 points. Nearest the pins were Tom May on the 4th and Neil Watts on the 9th. Balls went to Tom May (8) 37 points and Tony Dibella (9) 36 points. Congratulations to Mark Sciberras for the second week in a row an eagle, but on the 14th this time.