A COLD, snowy weekend saw the numbers on Saturday fall away, though Thursday golfers enjoyed the sunshine.
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There were 31 golfers playing the Thursday afternoon 12-hole social competition.
Gary Willis showed some of his hidden talent to win the afternoon with 29 points.
Balls went to Kevin Hally, Alan Cairney, Kim Rawlings, Andrew Yeo, Barry Stubbs, Don Miller, Anthony Borton, Glen Murray, Peter Griffiths and Blake Miller.
The snow on Saturday morning was too much for most of our golfers: just nine brave souls played an 18-hole par round.
Neil Whalan is accustomed to farming in the rough weather and his round square with handicap reflected that.
The runner-up was Peter Hutchinson with a round of -1. Anthony McGrath and Alan Cairney each got a ball for their effort.
On Sunday, a team of volunteers and staff started renovations of the greens.
Renovations is a major job, but is important to the health of the greens.
Work continued on Monday, removing the extracted cores and sanding the greens to fill the old core holes.
Many thanks must go to all those who have been a part of this job; well done.
Because of the renovations, golfers will play an 18-hole stableford competition.
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