IT has been another busy week for the club. Thursday is particularly busy, with the 12 holes social competition and the Super Six underway again.
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Darren Gordon was back to his best on Thursday afternoon. His round of 28 points was enough to win the event. Balls went to Mark Voytilla, Peter Griffiths, Andrew Yeo, David Zhou, Eric Whalan and Laurie Murphy.
Golf on Saturday was well-attended. Forty-three golfers played an 18-hole par event. Eric Whalan showed off his skills to win A grade with a fine round of +4 and Peter Ryan wasn't far behind on +3 to be runner-up.
Peter Hutchinson continues to hone his golfing skills and, with the excellent round of +5, was the B grade winner. It won't be long until Peter is in A grade. Barry Stubbs was the runner-up in B grade on +3. Barry had the rare privilege of playing the round to his age. Not many golfers can do that. Well done.
Robyn Stapleton was the ladies' competition winner and Irene Bishop was the runner-up.
Nearest the pin on the ninth was Neil Whalan, Adrian was again the closest on the 17th hole.
Balls went to Laurie Murphy, Ian Fowler, David Campbell, Peter Griffiths, Sean Mooney, Peter Stewart, Kevin Whalan, Sam Darcy and Gerard Hogan.
On Monday, Oberon Golf Club hosted the Central West Veterans.
Seventy-six golfers played a stableford event. Oberon was congratulated on the quality of the course. While the fairways are hard and bare, the tees and greens are in good condition.
Oberon fared well in the prizes for the day.
Katie Graham had nearest the pin on the seventh hole, Barry Lang had a good round of 41 points to win A grade and Bill Wilcox was the A grade runner-up.
Golf on Saturday will be an 18-hole stableford event.
On Monday, January 27, golfers will play the Great Aussie Lamb Challenge sponsored by Barkers Butchery.
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