The Saturday Men’s Competition was an Individual Stroke event. The winners in both Divisions scored well, but most players finished slightly over par.
Division One witnessed a rampaging Ray Taylor score, a 68 nett. Ray kept his errors to a minimum. Runner-up was Mark Collits with a 70 nett, helped by a run of seven pars in the middle. The Division Two winner was Bede Tooth with the best score of the day, a nett 68. Runner-up was Dave Tildsley on 71 nett, getting there on count back.
The ball sweep went to 75 nett on count back, just the same as last week. The NTP’s went to 9th, S Grallelis and 18th, L Flakelar. The Third Hole Pro Shop Super Pin went to B Carpenter.
The visitors included Andy Brownlow from Peak Hill, Ben Webb from Dubbo, Neal Herbert from Bogan Gate and Brett Byrnes and Condobolin. They all enjoyed the change in scenery.
The Junior coaching classes being run by Head Pro Adam commenced this week, on Thursday, with separate classes for 10 years and under and 11 years and over. Drop into the Pro Shop to pick up an Information Pamphlet, which explains how to register through the My Golf initiative. Contact the Pro Shop 6851 1554 to get more details.
The Summer Super Sixes Competition, sponsored by ASI Capital, has two more rounds of normal play before the final two rounds which will have handicap restrictions. The Finals commence on 1 March, culminating in the Grand Final on 28 March.
The 2021 Programme Books are being compiled by the printer. Many thanks to Lachlan Commodities for sponsoring the publication of these books.
Saturday, 6 February will be the Monthly Medal, sponsored by Michael Robinson & Co, with a Stableford Medley on Sunday, 7 February. And of course, the Pennants commence.
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