A HANDY crew turned out for the Thursday afternoon golf competition. Lloyd Roots had a good round to take the honours. Balls went to Doug Collins, Sean Mooney and Alan Cairney.
The Friday two man ambrose attracted a good field of non-regular golfers. It was good to see some fresh faces about.
The winning pair was John Crichton and Peter Brien. Hot on their heels were Hamish Anderson and Laurie Murphy. Nearest the pin on the first went to Mick McKechnie and B Smith, Roger Arrow and Eric Whalan took the seventh, Steve Booth and Scott Austin on the ninth and Alan Cairney and Lloyd Roots were closest on the 17th.
There was a good field of golfers on Saturday playing a stableford competition. There were some very good scores. Rob McGrath parred the course and won A grade with 40 points. Neil Whalan was the runner-up with 39 points.
In B grade, Jake Schumacher had an exceptional back nine to give him a winning total of 40 points. Peter Dale also had 40 points, but didn't come home on the back nine as strong as Jake.
Nearest the pin on the first was Peter Dale, just a metre from the cup. Billy Wilcox won the seventh and the 17th and Brett Crichton took the seventh. Balls went to Terry Robinson, Peter Ryan and Robert Hayden.
Golf next week will be an 18-hole stableford event and on Tuesday, April 25, Anzac Day, there will be an 18-hole stableford event playing for the Diggers Trophy.