Catalina Golf Competition Results
6 Feb 2020 - Veterans 9 Hole Stableford
A Grade: 1st Peter Edwards (18) 20, 2nd Ron Speet (18) 20, 3rd Wayne Toms (11) 19
B Grade: 1st Allan Dean (24) 20, 2nd Ian Le Nevez (19) 18, 3rd George Spanomanolis (20) 18
C Grade: 1st Graeme Smillie (27) 22, 2nd Henri Godsk (31) 22, 3rd Malcolm Morris (28) 21
Ball Prize to 16
8 Feb 2020 - Medley Stableford
Overall Winners: 1st Richard West (23) 41, 2nd Michael Elliott (14) 39, 3rd Michael O'Malley (16) 39, 4th Andrew McAulay (20) 38, 5th Tony D'Amico (13) 38
Ball Prize to 34
9 Feb 2020 - Medley Stableford
Overall Winners: 1st Tony D'Amico (11) 37, 2nd Myrna Radin (18) 35, 3rd Michael Tooth (17) 33
Ball Prize to 30
Tuross Head medley stableford results
Tuross Head Country Club conduct a medley stableford 18 hole event every Thursday and Peter Nikolic was the winner this week.
John Eglitis also handed in a card of 38 stableford points but Peter Nikolic won the event on a countback.
Troy Kingdom and David Schmid both finished with 36 points to fill the remaining award positions.
Nearest the pins were won by David Schmid on the 4th hole with Peter Garn winning both the 6th and 7th holes.
The Tuross men's Saturday competition had to be abandoned when the on course players were caught in a deluge and were forced to return to the clubhouse.
Tuross Head Vets
Tuross Head Vets Golf
On Wednesday we welcomed 57 golfers for a two - person Ambrose.
Place getters were:
1st Neil Watson and Kevin Dukes - 29.5 points who were also presented with the "Phyllis Starr Tin Cup Award"
2nd Steve Gardner and Andrew Gordon- 32.25
3rd Barry Hoban and Lance Shadbolt - 31.05
4th Warren Hodder and Herb Muriwai-31.75
Balls and Chocolates went to the following :
. Teri and Steve Swanbury - 32
. Kevin and Jenny Reilly - 32
. Bruce Martin and Leonie Snodgrass- 32.25
. Solveig Olsson and Ken Brown - 32.75
. Shirley and Ted Quinlan- 33.5
The Bradmans was awarded to: Jeanette Miller and Chris Birks
Nearest the pin on 4th - Steve Gardner
Nearest the pin on 6th - Leonie Snodgrass
Nearest pin (ladies ) on 7th - Shirley Quinlan
Nearest pin ( men ) on the 7th - Ted Quinlan
Accuracy - Leonie Snodgrass
Next week, we look for a large roll-up for everyone's favourite - a Stableford with three clubs followed by a Gala Day.
SATURDAY 8th FEBRUARY
An unexpectedly good field of 86 players braved the weather conditions as well as the uncompromising forecast for the first round of the annual Par Trophy. In A Grade Bob Piper registered the best score of the day with plus 5 off his handicap of 12, well ahead of Mal Gregor who edged out Rod Streater on countback with plus 1 to finish runner-up. In B Grade Glenn McInerney finished on top with plus 1 off his handicap of 16, followed by Peter Wilson on square and Richard Easton on minus 1. Gil Mott easily took out C Grade with plus 3 off his handicap of 31, followed by Don Waterfield on square and Grahame Cooke on minus 3.
The nearest-the-pin winners were Tanya Desmond on 3, Richard Easton on 14 and Michael Turner on both 9 and 17, while the ball competition went down to all on minus 3.
The Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund has been established to assist clubs get back on their feet following the devastating bushfires throughout NSW and the ACT. Golf NSW aims to raise enough cash to support those clubs in our golfing family who have been hit hardest during this time. To launch this initiative, the NSW Golf Foundation has contributed $100,000 to the Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund.
Why was the Fund created?
For many clubs, their contribution to the emergency effort came at considerable expense. From facilities being used as command posts for the emergency effort, and providing refuge and hundreds of meals for the evacuees, to watching valuable resources such as dams & reservoirs drained by water-bombing aircraft, our clubs have opened their hearts and facilities, contributing significantly to the disaster effort.
How will the fund operate?
The Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund is an opportunity for clubs to directly assist others in the golfing community. Clubs can direct some or all of any funds raised to the Club Bushfire Relief Fund. Members or social golfers can also directly contribute to the Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund. Any donations will of course be tax deductible.
Likewise, industry stakeholders can also donate directly to the Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund. Donations are being collected through the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF). A donation page has been set up expressly for this purpose.
For more information on the ASF and the Golf NSW Bushfire Relief Fund go to https://www.golfnsw.org.au/bushfire-relief-fund/
Who will the fund assist?
Every dollar donated to the Golf NSW Club Bushfire Relief Fund will be used to directly assist affected golf clubs impacted by the recent fire disaster. Golf NSW thanks you in advance for your kind support.