THURSDAY afternoon golf continues to prove popular.
(min cost $8)
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The 12-hole social handicap competition continues to attract good numbers and the Super Six is in full swing.
Harold Lyme has been in some good form. On Thursday afternoon, he had nearest the pin on the seventh hole and won with 31 points. Balls went to Peter Dale, Irene Bishop, Barry Stubbs, Don Miller, Peter Ryan, Kath Mooney and Eric Whalan.
Despite the hot weather, 37 golfers played the 18-hole stroke event for the monthly medal and medal of medals for 2019.
Mick English played early and had a good round of 78/68 to win the monthly medal in A grade. Rob McGrath was the runner-up with 71/69. Rob also won the A grade scratch ball and putting. Rob was the winner of the A grade medal of medals.
Gerard Hogan used the run in the course to win B grade with a score of 94/62 and was the B grade medal winner. Sam D'Arcy was the runner-up with 92/65. Kevin McGrath won the B grade scratch ball and B grade putting and the B grade medal of medals.
Nearest the pin on the first hole was Bill Wilcox and Bart Fitzpatrick was just 83cm from the pin on the seventh hole.
Balls went to Bart Fitzpatrick, Anthony McGrath, Blake Miller, Dennis O'Connell, Mark Mathews and Irene Bishop.
Saturday will be the first round of the fourball Par Championships, which runs over two weeks, for the Jack Robinson Memorial Trophy.
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