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Tuesday 1st March was Stroke/Putting & Monthly Medal. FYI, we have only B & C grades as do not have enough low handicappers for an A grade. There is also a 9 hole comp every Tuesday.
Winner: Sheradyn Johnson H/Cap: scr Nett 71
Runner Up: Milica Cole H/Cap: 13 Nett 75. On count back from Barbara Bright.
Milica also won the putting with 25 putts.
Winner: Cathy Roussis: H/Cap: 39 Nett 68
Runner Up: Margaret Carroll: H/Cap 43 Nett 74. On count back from Lynn Gray, Enid Hamilton & Penny McCarthy.
9 Hole Comp
Winner: Ilse Urlus H/Cap: 45 Nett 37
Runner Up: Joan Davies H/Cap 42 Nett 40
The Pennant Team played Mornington(3) at Rosebud & lost 5-2 with our only winners being Sheradyn Johnson & Jean Harle who were assisted by caddies Neil Fredricson & Doug Harle respectively. Based on this result perhaps we need to recruit more male caddies to help us win!
Next week the team plays Rosebud (2) at Berwick/Montuna. Good luck ladies.
Winner: Linda Fredricson H/Cap 21 Nett 66
Runner Up: Denise Law H/Cap 29 Nett 68
Gentlemens Results ,Wine Draw and Raffle
The Medal winner was Jeff Harmer(25) = 63
Winner Frazer Rankine(9) = 64 c/b
R/Up Mike Jackson(6) = 64 c/b
Winner John Hannan(17) = 64
R/Up Ron Linsdell(17) = 70
Winner Jeff Harmer(25) = 63
R/Up Harry Porter = 66
Steve Driver = 65
Tony De Corrado = 66
Briam Munn = 66
Dave Thompson = 66
Steve Ryan = 67
Geoff Hammill = 67
Renato Urlus = 67
Peter Corby = 67
David Walker = 68
Rob Morrisom = 69
Andrew Thompson = 69
Nearest the Pins
6th Hole = Graeme Danson
9th Hole = Matt Lever
12th Hole = Mike Jackson
13th Hole = Brian Munn
Brian Munn on the 4th Hole
No winner this week so 7 bottles next week
What a night! Priscilla: Queen of the Desert on television, and the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras annual funfest in Sydney. A truly perfect selection of Saturday night entertainment. This followed a once in twelve months ordeal for our golfers when they all arrived as normal and found to their horror that the greens had been cored. What joy! Some of the putting had to be seen to be believed. One leading member actually had five putts on one green, and admitted it because the word had got around very quickly. In my early morning group Steve Ryan actually chipped in twice from ten metres, while sinking another putt from about eight metres. The rest of us had to make do with putts that curved in all directions, and tended to end down for three or four, with the final two putts being less than a metre. The Bandit must have known something. He was rumoured to be in Tasmania for the weekend attending some new golfing paradise whereby with the expert tutoring available it was possible to double your handicap with six easy lessons. I’m not sure if this is really the case, because it would seem logical that he would try to avoid the necessary expenditure for such a programme. However, if there were some betting scheme to go with it he would be sorely tempted. I would be more inclined to believe that he was up in Sydney at the Mardi Gras because the Greasy Armpits Motor Cycle Club had a float operating.
The raffle went ahead with what is gradually becoming a growing attendance each week. Yesterday we even had a young girl bring along her pet rabbit. Cute! Tenille Munn brought along her young Hunter, and the di Virgilio family brought their grandparents. All nice to see. The two Cliffex meat trays were won by Derrik Farr and Shane Johnson, and the six-pack of Crown Lager went to Frazer Rankine.