2017 CLUBSNSW ACADEMY GAMES
Cameron McMillan of Forbes is taking part for the Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) at the 2017 ClubsNSW Academy Games on the Central Coast this weekend. Cameron is taking part in golf.
There was a great turnout for golf croquet last Tuesday, but surprisingly few members turned out on Saturday for Aussie croquet. They were perhaps afraid of April Fools day!
Tuesdays Golf Croquet produced five people with clean sweeps of three games each: Veva MacCullagh, John MacCullagh, Bob Murray, Bill Scott and Lorraine Todd. Congratulations to you all.
On Saturday, in a small field of 15 play- ers, there was only one clean sweep of three games, which went to Veva MacCul- lagh who played three exceptional games along with her three partners. Congratulations Veva. By Anne Stewart
With a lot of sunshine and hard work by the greens staff, the golf course was returned to a full 18-holes layout for last Saturday’s Individual Stableford.
The A-division winner was Andrew McDonald with 44 points, followed by Niel Mc- Millan with 42 points. The B-division winner was Peter Tisdell, 41 points. After a count back Geoff Coles was relegated to runner- up with 41 points. Nearest the pins went to 9th: B Everest, and 18th: S Sallaway. The ball sweep went to 35 points on count back.
Sunday’s Stableford Medley was won by Mary Ewing with 43 points. Nearest the pins were 9th: J Haley and 18th: J Hurkett.
The Grand Final for the 2016-17 Sixes competition is on Sunday with tee off at 2 pm. By Short Putt