Just over 100 veteran golfers stepped out on Thursday 7th February 2019 with the three grades virtually on par in terms of results:
9 Hole Individual Stableford played on the Red Course
A Grade Winners:
1st Gerry Aherne (handicap 15) 20 Stableford points
2nd John Buchanan (16) 19 points
3rd Gerry Martin (9) 18 points
B Grade Winners:
1st Geoff Thornthwaite (handicap 21) 22 Stableford points
2nd Phil Spence (20) 20 points
3rd Barry O’Dwyer (20) 19 points
C Grade Winners:
1st Trevor Sutherland (handicap 27) 21 Stableford points
2nd David Stevevson (29) 19 points (ocb)
3rd Carl John Mogan (33) 19 points
The distribution of balls went to 16 points (ocb)
Nearest the East Coast Carts pin on the 7th was Peter O’Dwyer (A Grade), Rod Lovering (B Grade) and Trevor Sutherland (C Grade).
Moruya Saturday Golf
Moruya Saturday golfers played an individual medley stableford event with the following results
1st Dave Wellham with 42 nett
2nd Paul Mercer with 38 nett
1st Mick Johnson with 37 nett on C/B
2nd Dave Ison with 37 nett on C/B
1st Bob Brook with 37 nett
2nd Don Radburn with 36 nett
1st Morry Spriggens with 36 nett on C/B
2nd Jeff Hopkins with 36 nett
Golden Shot was won by Dave Wellham
6th Hole Ray Carnall, Steve Heffernan, Vanessa Stanley
10th Hole Roger Dannock, Mick Johnson, Juy Cooper, Adrian Chatillon
12th Hole Annette O'Connell, Craig Rowney, Chris Mylott. Ball Rundown went to 32 on C/B.
Catalina Country Club
February 9 - Mens Stableford
A Grade: 1st Rob Devonald (11) 38, 2nd Gerry Martin (9) 38, 3rd Graham Cron (10) 38, 4th Wayne Gregory (10) 38
B Grade: 1st Billy Shooks (16) 38, 2nd Pete Hyam (16) 38, 3rd Mick Tattersall (17) 38, 4th Peter Criss (14) 37
C Grade: 1st Michael Van Ryn (21) 38, 2nd Lyel Jones (23) 37, 3rd Steve Cowling (20) 35, 4th David Childs (24) 35
D Grade: 1st Glenn Russell (33) 40, 2nd Sid Farrell (25) 34, 3rd Keith Sutherland (26) 33, 4th Allan Bourke (27) 33
Ball Prize to 31
February 10 - Mens Stableford
A Grade: 1st Gerry Aherne (15) 39, 2nd Paul Day (12) 39, 3rd Peter Hazer (13) 37
B Grade: 1st Peter Kable (19) 89, 2nd Darrell Roberts (19) 39, 3rd Stephen Childs (21) 39
Ball Prize to 30
February 10 - Womens Stableford
Overall Winners: 1st Zeneta Miniotas (21) 36, 2nd Jenifer Hazer (22) 34, 3rd Di Collins (26) 33, 4th Dianne Gill (20) 33, 5th Julie Farrell (25) 33
Ball Prize to 28
February 12 - Mens 4BBB Stableford
Overall Winners: 1st Pete Hyam & Anthony Turner 46, 2nd Chris Wilson & Ray Blewitt 44, 3rd Geoff Lassau & Terry Black 43, 4th Stephen Calford & Gerry Martin 43, 5th Ian Binns & John Crichton 43, 6th Howard Debenham & Robert Connell 42, 7th Toby Hennessy & Michael Lowe 42, 8th Phil Spence & Jim Chaffey 42
Ball Prize to 38
Tuross Head Country Club
Tuross Head Country Club men’s monthly Scoty stableford competition was held this week and following recent rainfall the event was held on a course that was presented in excellent condition.
Darrell Kildey emerged as the winner with an excellent score of 41 stableford points.
He was followed by Lance Shadbolt with 38 points and Michael Hogan who also scored 38 points, accepting third placing on a countback.
Ian Manton and Peter Hogan were awarded the remaining award vouchers with both players handing in cards of 37 stableford points.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Colin Houghton on the 4th hole with 92 centimetres.
Ian Lawson was closest on the 6th with 2.94m and Ian was also the winner on the 7th hole with 4.67m.
B grade best was Darrell Kidney with 8.8m on the 4th hole.
Andrew Gordon won the 6th with 2.7m and Peter Nikolic the 7th with 9.02m.
Peter Mostyn was the closest on the 4th hole in C grade with 8.9m.
Michael Hogan was awarded the 6th with 2.19m and John Eglitis won the 7th with 5.3m.
Thursday’s medley 18 hole stableford competition was won by Rex Wood with 39 points.
Colin Houghton was placed second on a countback.
Jim Wade scored a handy 37 stableford points.
Glen Shearer handed in a 36 point card.
Nearest the pins were awarded to Peter Garn and Brad Doolan.
Tuross Head Veterans
With the dust storm and light overnight rain having cleared, 57 players registered for the popular Stroke & Putts event. Outright winner on the day was Greg Thornton with an 8 under par score of 27 strokes. Greg was followed home by Vets captain Ian Miller on 29, Chris Wratten on 31 and Denis Benger on 32.
Balls or chocolates went to Teri Swanbury, Paul Pereira and Ken Brown on 33 (Ken having parred the course off the stick), Richard Wharton, Peter Macdonald and Des Jackson on 34, followed home by Ross Davidson, Graham Moore, Herb Muriwai, Jeanette Miller, Barry Hoban, John Cox, Les Johanson, Wal Williams and Richard Kelly all with 35. Ken Brown narrowly won the putting competition with 10 putts from the 9 holes played.
This week's Bradman award was won by one of our newer members, Shirley Quinlan, the handicapper needing to lift his game! Nearest the pins were won by Steve Johnston on the 4th, Paul Pereira on the 6th, and Teri Swanbury and Paul Pereira on the 7th. Making it a double, Teri Swanbury also took out the Accuracy award.
Thirty ladies played a 2 Ball Better Ball on February 13th in beautiful weather on perfectly manicured Moruya Golf Course.
Congratulations go to Barbara Swain and Viv Thornett who took out first place with a score of 45 points. They were closely followed by Shirley Noy and Annette O'Connell with 43 points. Third place went to Robyn Hawkins and Chris Edwards with 42 points.
Division 1 Nearest the Pin was won by Jan Young and Division 2 went to Judy Hebbard. Samantha Dryden won the longest drive for Division 3.
Results for Wednesday, February 13.
76 ladies played in a Progressive Irish 4 Ball, 4 Person Team.
First: Diane Gill, Beryl Robinson, Louise Fogarty and Helen Neave with 82 points.
Second: Bev Flynn, Roz Odgers, Eileen Davis and Oroya Mitchell with 77 points.
Third: Kellie Rogan, Debbie Rogan, Helen Martin and Bonnie Hardy with 77 points.
Fourth: Cathie Flynn, Kathy Roe, Colleen Day and Julie Manson with 77 points.
Nearest the pin:
Division 1: Margaret Dickinson.
Division 2: Beryl Robinson.
Division 3: Jo Neal.
The ball competition went to 70 points.
Tuross Head Ladies
What a beautiful day for golf, and that's just what the 16 ladies at Tuross did on Tuesday when they played in a 2 bbb aggregate stableford event. The winners were Leonie Snodgrass & Kay Lunt with a combined score of 61 points.
Balls went to Dorothy Madden, Marie Mapleson, Gail Rogers, Lyn Benger & Pauline Nash. Nearest the pin on the 6th was won by Gail Rogers. The Golden hole in division one went to Kay Lunt and in division two it was Dorothy Madden. Next week the ladies will play in a single stableford.