2nd round Alan Coustley Trophy 19th March 2022
Winner of the Alan Coustley Trophy is Teresa Lincoln with two round score of 71 on countback from Jarrod Henham and Dale Pitt.
Well done Teresa.
Hole results 10 players
Winner $10 Phil Simmons (27) 20
Ball rundown (18) Dot Crompton (15) Judy Ireland (14) Ian Ireland
18 Hole Results – 99 players
Winner A Grade $30 Glenn Lazzar (7) 37 c/b
R/up $15 Frazer Rankine (9) 37 c/b
Winner B Grade $30 Teresa Lincoln (17) 42
R/up $15 John Hayes (16) 37
Winner C Grade $30 Norman George (20) 38
R/up $15 Chris Webb (23) 37 c/b
Winner D Grade $30 Wayne Corbett (26) 37
R/up $15 Meg Russell-Stevenson (45) 36
Ball rundown needed 34 or better
37 David McCormack, Janine O’Sullivan
36 Jimmy Rogers, Colin Wood
35 Sharon De Haan, Russ Henderson,
34 John Tullberg, Kathy Iredale, Chris Snaidero, Cam Stevenson, Ian Jenkins, Brent Tweedale, Vicki Mallcott
Players Draw $60 Steve Lay
$30 Robb Di Virgilio
$20 Wayne Corbett
$10 Denise Law
Supapin $45 each: 4th Jimmy Rogers 12th Angela Olarenshaw
NTP 2 balls each
6th Glenn Lazzar 9Th colin Wood
13th Rob Law 18th second shot Bruce McLerie
Our next game is Sunday week against Cerberus at Sorrento, so if you can get down and support the team.
Next week Canadian Foursomes, need a partner and this game is where both players tee-off , select best shot the play alternate shot(stroke).
Following week is then Monthly Medal. Please remember to play off the plates not blocks, over eighties you must not use the yellow tee blocks on the 12th.
Again a reminder if you are effected by slow play please ring the pro shop and Shane will come out and try to sort the problem out. Not much point in complaining about it after the game is over.
Please remember to repair pitch marks and divots even if they are not caused by you.
For those of you who are lucky or skilful enough to land on a green for a nearest to the pin DONOT score the green with and arrow head line or cross at the point of the NTP ,use a ball marker or tee to mark the spot while having a putt then put the NTP marker back in the ground.