Saturday, 30 September 2017 - Men's Stableford
A Grade: 1st Brett Woolridge (12) 37pts, 2nd Steve Potter (9) 36pts, 3rd Cameron Banks (4) 34pts, 4th Bruce Dickinson (6) 34pts
B Grade: 1st John Buchanan (16) 40pts, 2nd Ian Drew (15) 39pts, 3rd Mick Tattersall (18) 38pts, 4th Chris Barnett (18) 36pts
C Grade: 1st Martin Rimmer (22) 38pts, 2nd Stephen Childs (21) 36pts, 3rd Edward Spence (22) 35pts, 4th Keith Neumann (22) 35pts
D Grade: 1st Richard Hedges (28) 37pts, 2nd Colin McDonald (26) 37pts, 3rd Peter Watson (25) 36pts, 4th Elliott Wain (26) 34pts
Ball Prize to 32pts.
Secret Six Competition Winner: Wayne Forrest
Sunday, 01 October 2017 - 2BBB Stableford
Overall Winners: 1st Darrell Roberts & Gerry Martin 45 pts, 2nd Glen Felkin & Shane Coulter 44 pts, 3rd Kevin Tucker & Max Gurtner 44 pts
Ball Prize to 42 pts.
Tuesday, 03 October 2017 – Men’s Mid-Week Stableford
A Grade: 1st Brad Melouney (11) 39pts, 2nd Robert Dawson (9) 39pts, 3rd John Rogan (9) 38pts, 4th Milton Morrison (8) 36pts, 5th Tony Riches (3) 35pts
B Grade: 1st Mark Powell (14) 41pts, 2nd Alan Boyce (17) 39pts, 3rd Albino Imbriano (13) 38pts, 4th Robert Lomas (13) 38pts, 5th David O'Connor (17) 37pts
C Grade: 1st Russ Gercken (24) 40pts, 2nd Daniel Vandermey (22) 36pts, 3rd Richard Abraham (19) 36pts, 4th Mark W Smith (22) 35pts, 5th George Spanomanolis (19) 34pts
D Grade: 1st Peter Sammons (32) 38pts, 2nd Terry O'Rourke (25) 37pts, 3rd Geoff Lassau (32) 37pts, 4th Ryan Hall (36) 36pts, 5th Helmut Delrieux (29) 36pts
Ball Prize to 32 pts.
Secret Six Competition Winner: Bruce Cooper
Golden Shot Winner: Darrin Knight
Tuross Head Country Club men's stableford event was won by Paul Scholze with an excellent round of 41 points achieved under adverse windy conditions.
He was followed by Stephen Crossling with 39 points with Jim Wade being relegated to third spot on a countback.
Lawrence Kelly 38 points and Stephen Walker filled the remaining voucher award positions.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Colin Houghton on the 4th with 5.3m.
Adam Husband won the 6th hole with 2.6m.
Troy Kingdom was best on the 7th hole with 5.0m.
B grade player Steve Swanbury was closest on the 4th hole with 2.62m.
Jim Wade won both the 6th and the 7th holes with 2.4m and 8..56m.
C grade golfer Peter McRae was awarded the 4th hole with 6m and then lined up again to win the 7th with 6.51m.
The coming Saturday Round is the monthly medal round.
Thursday's 18-hole stableford medley was won by Ian McManus with 38 points ahead of Peter Nikolic and Steve Johnston both on 35 points with Marie Muriwai filling the final position with 33 points.
A highlight of the day was a hole-in-one by Tony Russell on the 4th hole.
Ian McManus had a very close 0.56m win on the 6th.
Marie Muriwai won the 7th hole with 1.16m.
On Thursday, 28th September, 2017, 86 veteran golfers competed in 2 events. Their choice was either a 9 hole or 18 hole individual Stableford. On the shorter course the winners were:
A Grade Winners
1st Robert Picknell (handicap 23) with 20 Stableford points (ocb)
2nd Brian Marsden (24) 20 points
3rd Ivan Ryrie (19) 19 points
B Grade Winners
1st Helmut Delrieux (30) with 23 points
2nd Peter Watson (25) 22 points (ocb)
3rd Kim Clifton (35) 22 points
The distribution of balls went to 17 points.
Nearest the East Coast Carts pin on the 7th in A Grade was Sam Kerr and Terry O’Rourke took the chocolates in B Grade.
The winners in the 18 hole event were:
1st Keith Copeland (21) with 44 Stableford points
2nd Russ Gercken (24) 41 points (ocb)
3rd Gerry Martin (10) 41 points
The distribution of balls went to 32 points.
Nearest the East Coast Carts pin on the 7th was Gary Shattles and Harry Hadzantonis was successful on the 25th.
The Moruya Saturday Golfers played a individual single stableford event with the following results.
A Grade 1st Greg Ganderton with 37 nett
A Grade 2nd Derek Brown with 36 nett on c/b
A Grade 3rd Michael Flynn with 36 nett
B Grade 1st Laurie Buckle with 40 nett
B Grade 2nd David Ison with 39 nett on c/b
B Grade 3rd Cerys Hawkins with 39 nett
C Grade 1st Ross Simpson with 44 nett
C Grade 2nd John Fenlon with 40 nett
C Grade 3rd Richard Stanley with 38 c/b
Golden Shot went to Ross Simpso
6th Hole Gary Wales, Ray Chalk, Bruce Gruber
10th Hole Derek Brown, Adam Raszewski, Stephen Fletcher
12th Hole Chris Galvin, Paul Chamberlain
Ball Rundown went to 33 on C/B
Wednesday’s game was a stableford multiplier event with 60 starters. The winning team were – Tim Starr & Les Johanson with 49 points. Second place went to – David Williams & Allen Lee with 48 points. In third place it was – Noel Fletcher & Ross Hendy with 47 points.
The Bradmans was awarded to – Rick Brake & Herb Muriwai and the Accuracy drive went to – Kevin Dukes. Nearest the pins – fourth – Lachlan Nordsvan (visitor) sixth – Guss Alammadine. Seventh – Sandra Hanlon & Wal Williams (in the hole). Ball or chocolate went to – Lyn & Denis Benger, Teri & Steve Swanbury – 42 points. Lachlan & Michael Nordsvan, Margaret & Ray Downey, Greg Ware & Kevin Dukes – 41 points. Robin & Paul Green – 34 points. Next week will be a par event.
On Tuesday, the ladies started the day with their A.G.M and elected a new committee for 2018. Afterwards 22 ladies set off to play in a single stableford event. Division one winner was – Leonie Snodgrass with 34 points, followed by – Chris Wratten with 32 points. Division two winner was – Pam Alexander with 39 points, followed by – Kaye Lunt with 35 points. In division three it was – Jeanette Miller with 39 points, followed by – Wendy Schmid with 38 points. Balls went to – Kath Crossling – 36 points. Lyn Benger – 35 points.Judy Apps – 34 points. Jennifer Gray, Teri Swanbury – 33 points. Kay McLeod, Marie Muriwai – 31 points. Jenny Wark, Ann Challender – 30 points. Nearest the pin on the sixth – Chris Wratten. The Golden hole for division one – Gayle MacAlpine & in division two it was – Gayle MacAlpine. Next week the ladies will play a single stableford event.
A Grade winner was Sue Lowes  37 points, second Judi Rimmer  36 points, third Debbie Coleman  35 points and fourth was Nikki Frank  34 points.
B Grade winner Ngaire Durnan  38 points, second Meike Van Doeland  33 points, third Sue Charles Hartley  31 points, fourth on a countback was Jenny Black  31 points.
C Grade winner Susan Bourke  38 points, second Julie Gercken  37 points, third Sandra Keon  33 points and fourth on a countback Jo Neal  33 points..
Balls went to 29 even.
Nearest the pin winners were hole 7 Div 1 Marian Byrnes; hole 23 Div 2 Ngaire Durnan; hole 25 Div 3 Beverly Holliday.
On Wednesday 27th September we held our community projects day. A lovely fun day was had by all players and the trading stalls were well supported with a fantastic donation being made to Muddy Puddles.
THURSDAY 28th SEPTEMBER
A good field of 130 played in quite windy conditions with a resultant DSR of 71/72. A Grade was taken out by Club Treasurer Phil Haynes who had a day out with 42 points off a handicap of 11, followed by Bill Durnan with 39 points and hard-working match official Barry Pateman who headed Scot Ker on countback with 37 points. In B Grade Paul Ingamells continued the good day for match officials with 40 points off his handicap of 19 to finish two points ahead of his playing partner Ron Manly who filled second place on countback from Jackson Taylor. C Grade was a battle of the longtime Narooma residents where Sid Dean finished one point ahead of Jim Young with his 43 points off a handicap of 28, while Bruce Day finished third with 39 points. The nearest-the-pin winners were Scott Ker on 3, Justin Bennett on 9, Kevin Mitchell from Yowani on 14 and Colin Pratt on 17, while the ball competition went down to 33 points with 17 home.
SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER
Another good field of 131 players again faced windy conditions where the DSR emerged as a consistent 73. In A Grade Tim Bunn from Cape Shanck prevailed with 40 points off his handicap of 12, followed by the consistent junior member Jackson Taylor with 38 points and Jason Andrew on 37 points. B Grade was also taken out with 40 points, this time by Robbie Brown off a handicap of 19. Bill Baker broke a long series of "outs" to finish second with 38 points,while Matt Moore took third place one point further back on countback from Bernie Krueger and Yijun Zhou from Muirfield. In C Grade a young golfer from Muirfield, Wen Zhou, had by far the best score of the day with 46 points off a handicap of 28, while Peter Kape finished second with 40 points and Sid Dean continued his good week with 39 points in third place. The nearest-the-pin winners were Brian Brown on 3, Andrew Thompson on 9, Sid Dean on 14 and Ken Brown from Moruya on 17, while the ball competition went down to all on 32 points.
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