The Easter weekend was full of golf, played in great weather conditions.
Saturday’s Individual Stableford was won by Rob Webb in the A-division. He scored 43 points in a roller-coaster ride. Runner-up was Ray Taylor with 42 points showing con- sistency throughout.
In the B-division, Paul Kay steadily im- proved to score 36 points. Runner-up was Troy Howe who had good and bad patches to score 35 points.
The ball sweep went to 36 points on count back, going to those above plus: 39 – D Bayley, K Herbert, T Griffiths, P Dawson, J Haley; 38 – N McMillan, M Haley; 37 – S Hailstone, S Uphill; 72 – K Sanderson.
The NTP’s went to: 9th – K Herbert; 18th – B Parker.
On Easter Friday the golfers played a Sta- bleford Medley. A small field played well, with Martin Woods taking the honours on 40 points and Shane Sallaway runner-up on 35 points. There was no ball sweep, but NTP’s went to – 9th: D Churchill and 18th: S Sallaway.
Easter Sunday was also a Stableford Medley, won by Jill Cripps with 38 points. Runner-up was Bruce Carpenter on 37 points on count back. The ball sweep went to 37, with R Morris and R Cross (Wyong) collecting a ball. NTP’s – 9th: Sue Cross; 18th: nobody.
Easter Monday had a Stableford Medley won by Dave Mylecharane on 42 points. Runner-up Andrew Dukes scored 40 points, which included three birdies and an eagle to finish 1-under the card.
The NTP’s went to: 9th – P Dawson; 18th – B Drabsch. The ball sweep went to 35 points, going to those above plus: 38 – T West; 37 – P Dawson, G West, M Cahill; 36–RBaker,BEverest;35–GDrane,M Browne.
The Lachlan Valley District Men’s Pennants and Championships is on Sunday.
The Vets ‘Week of Golf’ runs from 8th to 12th May. Nominations must be in now.
The Forbes Open will be on 14th May, and 13th May will be a 4BBB.
On Friday, 19th May is the Legends Pro- Am. Ladies, men and juniors are encour- aged to participate alongside Legends pro- fessional golfers.
Remember to keep our course good by re- pairing pitch marks on the greens, filling in your divots and keeping your carts away from the greens. We want Forbes course to be at its best for the Open.
By Short Putt