Medley Single Stroke
Men’s Club Championships Round 2
Sponsored by TREVOR BARRINGTON, PETER COURTNEY, PHIL WHITE & GREG CHRISTIAN
Ron Taylor (14) 78/64
Stephen Rice (7) 72/65
Fred Bowman (14) 81/67 c/b
Neill Hargrave (16) 78/62
Graeme Wearne (15) 81/66
Neil Dinnie (16) 82/66 c/b
Warren Dunlop (24) 87/63
John Austin (31) 97/66
Peter Brown (25) 91/66
Balls to 70 nett c/b
Long Drive 9th
A Grade Troy Monie (Worrigee)
B Grade Rob Vanzino
C Grade Greg Christian
Nearest the Pin
4th Graeme Wearne 133cm
8th Matt Westaway 140cm
12th Norm Levi 281cm
16th John Pratt 201cm
Connect with usVets Results –
Tuesday 13th October 2020
Field: Men 47; Women 19
1st – Robin Douglass (24) 85 pts
2nd – John Ludewig (18) 84 pts
3rd – Chris Hatton (26) 78 pts
Balls to 67pts cb.
4th – Hank Phillips 345cm
8th – Tony Hosler 86cm + Jackpot
12th Graeme Wearne 87cm
16th – Philip Davis 94cm
1st – Marjorie Burns (32) 84pts
R/up – Patricia Austin (30) 80pts
Balls to 67pts cb
4th (2nd shot) Gloria Davis 22cm
8th – Gloria Davis 600cm
12th (2nd shot) Marjorie Burns 107cn
16th (2nd shot) Linda Trusler 12cm
It was a stunning day from the outset at Nowra Golf Club. The clear azure sky together with the varied verdant backdrop of the majestic trees and the brilliance of all the golden flowers on the Native Frangipani and Grevillea Robusta dotted around the course provided an exquisite environment for the second round of the 2020 Club Championships. Adding to all this beauty was the comfort of the pleasant, warm temperature which was moderated by a lazy breeze off the river. Later in the morning however, the thermometer reading headed north making conditions a little uncomfortable for the later-finishing players.
The warmer conditions it seems were conducive to some hot golf with performances across the field generally showing some improvement in the scores from last week. The ball found plenty of energy on the fairways with the run providing better distance and the greens were also fast. However, the course superintendent was extremely considerate this morning in setting up very kind pin placements.
In Division 1 Linda Weatherill played exemplary golf in returning the best scratch score of the day with 88 off the stick with Sue Hunter coming in close behind with 92 scratch. Having the advantage of a higher handicap, Sue was able to reverse the result in the nett competition and clinched the honours scoring a 64 to Linda’s 65. Both these players have been very downhearted about their golf results this year so were more than delighted to finish well today.
The conditions also suited the top two contenders in Division 2. Di Pritchard played well beyond her handicap of 40 to come in with 104 off the stick to give her a clear win in the nett competition with 64. The steady Wendy Phillips was too strong in the scratch and claimed the top spot with 100 off the stick which then gave her the runner’s up prize in the nett with a very creditable 69. Well done.
71 – Lyn Hatchman
72 – Maree McLean, Sue Beazley, Anne Newton, Angela Boadle
73 – Donna Hewat
Nearest to the Pins
8th – Division 1 not awarded; Division 2 Lyn Hatton.
17th – Division 1 Robyn Moore; Division 2 Betty Tucker.
Next week is the final round of the 54 hole championship. Stay cool and focused but more importantly have fun.
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