This Saturday’s game was a stroke event for the Men’s Monthly Medal.
41 players turned up on a fine morning with James Reardon coming out on top with a score of a net 68 off a 22 handicap 2 strokes clear of the field. James won this month’s medal and was also winner of the `B` grade division. Well played.
Second home was Wayne Minns with a nett 70 off a 17 handicap. Third was Alan Schatzman also on a nett 70 off his 22 handicap.
Chad Pollard won the `C` grade division with a nett of 71 off a 24 handicap.
Rob Jerman won the `A` grade division with a nett 71 off an 11 handicap.
Once again no one managed to win the Golf Exchange prize by getting the ball into the circle around the flag on the 11th hole. A couple of people had the ball run right by the flag that looked great from the tee only to be let down when they got to the green. This has been going a long time, surely someone has to win it soon!
No one even hit the 3rd green.
And the marker for the 16th went walkabout.
Ball rundown today was to 75 with 14 players each receiving a ball.
Nearest the pins were:
10th B. Snelgrove;
14th W. Minns;
This weeks raffle winners were: C. Chessell; S. Martin; B. Snelgrove; T. London.
Callala RSL Country Club Veterans
A beautiful morning at Callala saw a good field of 40 players turned out today for a fun team event, a 2 person Ambrose. 20 teams of mixed handicappers had people all over the place deciding which ball to hit the next shot from. As usual when one person hit a good shot so did his playing partner or both would hit a bad shot. Hardly ever seem to get it right.
Barry Jarman and Colin Chessell managed to get it right though and stormed home with a score of 58.750 off a 9.250 handicap. Great game guys, well played. Second team home were William George and William Snelgrove with a 61 off an 8 handicap. Third today was the team of Terry London and Michael Inness with a 61.50 off a 9.50 handicap.
A couple of great shots earned club captain Graham Lewington and his playing partner Neil Sparks an eagle on the par 4 16th hole and a box of balls each!!
Ball rundown went to 67.50 with 9 teams all receiving a ball each.
Nearest the pin winners were:
3rd B. Jarman/ C. Chessell.
10th W. Snelgrove/ W. George.
11th A. Schatzman/ J. Dobson.
14th H. Reynolds/ G. Weston.
16th G. Lewington/ N. Sparks.
Raffle winners were: C. Downton; G. Jonas; J. Marriott.; B. Bell; T. London.
Country Club St George’s Basin Women
The final round of our championships was played in blustery conditions. 39 women took on the course and no one golfer bettered it. Deb Weeks is our 2018 champion. Congratulations Debra.
The daily event was also won by Deb to take division 1 with her 81/75. Kerry Mayer has been consistent and was r/ u with a 78 nett. In division 2 Captain Vicki had 102/75 to win from Bridget Sant on 78 nett. Lynn Dunn also had 78 to be third. Jean O’Brien repeated her last week’s form to win division 3 with 79 nett. Chrissie Black had the same 79, but lost on a c/ b. Balls went to 81 nett.
Drive and pitch was won by Deb Weeks, Myra Kara and Chrissie Black.
Congratulations to all players who battled the wind to compete and complete our championships for 2018. You can all be proud of your achievement.
Tuesday 8 May 2018 – Women Single Stroke
Div. 1: Irene Swyer (26) 70, Peta Marchant (15) 75, Jo Lord (25) 76
Div. 2: Elizabeth Dick (45) 70, Barbie Smith (36) 74, Louise Barnes (29) 75
Scratch: Tara Mackie 88
Ball Comp: to 78
Wednesday 9 May 2018 – Pro-shop Single Stableford
Comp: Paul Manning (10) 43, John Gallagher (21) 40, Bluey Everest (8) 39, Ian Harris (14) 39, Rob Russell (24) 38, Smurf Smith (29) 39
Ball Comp: to 34
Thursday 10 May 2018 – Veterans Single Stableford
Comp: Daniel Rochford (34) 41, Paul Manning (9) 40, Bruce Hammond (22) 39, Kevin Huckle (23) 39
Ball Comp: to 33
Saturday 12 May 2018 – Weekend Single Stroke
Due to inclement weather the second round of the 2018 Club Championship was abandoned. The Championships will now be held over 54 holes with the final two rounds to be played on Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th of May. Good luck to all and it is unfortunate that this decision has had to be made but we cannot control the weather.
18 Hole STABLEFORD
Last Thursday saw thirty five Nowra ladies play their 18 Hole Stableford.
Beautiful autumn weather and great conditions really showed with the scores this week.
Sandra Marshall Division One winner with 40 Points and Linda Weatherill the runner up with 34 Points
Lorna Knott Division Two winner with 41 Points and Robyn Moore the runner up with 31 Points
Nancye Massingham Division Three winner with 34 Points and Rickie Gilligan runner up with 31 Points
Ball rundown went nine places from 31 to 27 points
NTP 8th Div 1 Angela Boadle
Div 2 Val Wilson
Div 3 Jeanna Walsh
17th Div 1 Cathy Ison
Div 2 Sandra Rigney
Div 3 Jeanna Walsh
Well done to all of our winners this week. Tomorrow, Thursday 17th Women’s Open Invitation Hospital Charity Day – 4 Person Irish Countdown Stableford.
The playing conditions at Nowra Golf were not conducive to big scores as the southerly whipped up the coast bringing some much-needed rain. Only the die-hard golfers bothered to venture out for their ‘golf-fix’ on Saturday.
Mark de Souza put together a solid 38 pts for the win and Peter Done was good for the r/u with his 36 pts. Balls ran out at 34 pts on c/b. The NTP’s at the 4th went to Tom Pottenger, the 8th to Trevor Bond, Peter Done was good for the 12th and Tim O’Shea was closest at the 16th.
The Vets played their Monthly Medals on Tuesday and the ‘A’ Medal went to ‘New’ Vet, Tony Hosler with 33 pts. John Atkinson needed 36 pts to take ‘B’ grade and Bil Rigney was good for ‘C’ with his 35 pts. Balls ran out at 30 pts on c/b.
The NTP’s at the 4th went to Bob Jessep (The Heads), the 8th and ‘Jackpot’ to Geoff McVey, Norm Levi was good for the 12th and Reg Klein was closest at the 16th.
Jeanna Walsh was the best in the ladies taking the Medal with 37 pts. R/U was Di Pritchard with 32 pts. Balls ran out at 29 pts on c/b. The NTP’s at the 4th went to Jenny Brown, the 8th to Shirley Moore, Jeanna Walsh was good for the 12th and Di Pritchard was closest at the 16th.
Wednesday’s mid-week Stableford saw Adrian Smith get up with 41 pts. Ron Rice managed 38 pts for second spot and Stephen Rice made it a family affair, getting third with his 37 pts on c/b. Balls ran out at 32 pts on c/b.
The NTP’s at the 4th went to Noel Rosskelly, the 8th to Neil Dinnie and the 16th to Col. Lott.
Draw Thursday, May 17
Ct. 1. 6.30pm. Rudd's v Valkyrie (D. Cougars)
7.30pm. Chicks v Cougars (D. Rudd's)
Ct. 2. 6.30pm. N/Nutters v S/Punch (D. N/Ninjas)
7.30pm. N/Dig. v N/Ninjas (D. N/Nutters)
Ct. 3. 6.30pm. O/School v All Net (D. Coaches)
7.30pm. O/School v Coaches (D. All Net)
Shoalhaven Darts Association
Round five split comp: first division:
Eagles def Misfits 9 games to 2. Georgie Vider had five finishes and Danny Watson had the high score of a great 180. For Misfit’s, Jamie Watson had three finishes and Steve Neader had the high score of 144.
Mohawks def Fishos 7 games to 4. Darren Brudenell and Ryan Carter had five finishes each. Darren also had the high score of an excellent 180. Fisho’s John West and Vic Leng had three finishes each and John had the high score of great 180.
Bandits def Marlins 6 games to 5. Trevor Hay had five finishes and Dave Hogan had the high score of 2 x 180’s. For Marlins Peter Wood, Matt Goozeff and Ray Cattermole had three finishes each. Peter, Matt, Ray and Bradley Moulds all had the high score of 140.
Pointscore: Mohawks 28-119, Marlins 20-108, Eagles 16-97, Bandits 16-87, Fishos 16-76, Misfits 4-35.
Second Division: Squaws def Ex-servicemen 7 games to 4. Kelly Hogan and Dulcie Ward had five finishes each. Kay Dowell had the high score of 174.For Ex-servicemen’s Ken O’Neill had three finishes and the high score of an excellent 180.
Devils def Taipans 7 games to 3. Elissa Allard had five finishes and Jodi Reed had the high score of 132. Devils was playing one short. Taipans was playing two short. John Perrin had five finishes and Kate Watson had the high score of 140.
Point score: Squaws 14-71, Ex-servicemen 14-69, Devils 6-47, Taipans 4-42.
Semi Finals next week as follows: First Division: At Bomaderry Bowling Club Mohawks v Marlins
At Bomaderry RSL Eagles v Bandits.
Second Division at Bomaderry RSL – Squaws v Ex-servicemen. Devils v Taipans.
Monday 21st is the Final: First Division is at the Ex-servicemen Club. Second division is at Bomaderry Bowling Club.
This is the last chance to get you name in for triples, if you need to put them in now please ring Gloria Liddicoat 0402851346.
Dragons Defeated Pirates 6-5
Georgie Vider was best player for the Dragons with four finishes and 140. Jeff Brooks had three finishes and Ian Green threw the high score of 140. Phil Reeves and Peter Wood had four finishes each for Pirates and Phil top scored with 140. Karey deBakker had two finishes and Deb King threw 124.
Mohawks Defeated Cherokees 6-5
Darren Brudenell had a great game for Mohawks with five finishes and the top score of 140. Skye Quin had two finishes and shared the high score of 115 with Stacey Flentjar. Kay Dowell had four finishes for Cherokees and Bim Stewart and Barry Jouannet had three. Bim top scored with 140 and Kay and Gloria Liddicoat threw the high score of 133.
Phoenix had the bye.
Point score: Mohawks 20-77: Pirates 18-86: Dragons 18-82: Phoenix 12-54: Cherokees 10-63.
Camels Defeated Coyotes 7-4
Peter Godfrey and Kristel Kenny had four finishes each for Camels and Trevor Green top scored with 125. Sue Kenny threw 121. For Coyotes Peter Coggins had the maximum six finishes and Berlinda Pritchard had two. Karen Flentjar top scored with 108.
The Bangers Defeated Meerkats 6-5
For The Bangers, Graham Thompson, Joe Frolka and Rhonda Barbara had four finishes each with Graham also throwing the high score of 133. Elissa Allard top scored with 138. Nat Sadler had a great game for Meerkats with five finishes and 123 while Fran Cruickshank top scored with 127.
Kookaburras had the bye.
Point score: Camels 14-75: The Bangers 14-71: Coyotes 4-46: Kookaburras 4-38: Meerkats 0-30.
Players are reminded that scorers are in charge of the game. Players may ask the scorer what have I scored or what is left. Scorers may only advise the players if asked.