The October monthly medal and the playoff for the yearly bowl attracted 50 members on Saturday, October 6, at the pristine Eden Gardens Golf Course.
Division one and medal winner was Mark Boller who fired a superb round of 64 nett playing off a 14 handicap.
The consistent Paul Hutchinson was the runner-up with a two off the pace 66.
He also recorded the best scratch score of the day with four over par 75.
In division two Jess Mitchell showed his class with an excellent round of 66.
He defeated Colin Clarke who amassed 69 nett with many excuses.
In the ball rundown members needed 74 or better, with Robyn Skitt winning the Golden Shot on the 18th.
Next Saturday members and visitors will confront the starter for a four-ball Stableford.
Trophies for the event come courtesy of Scott Thornton and Steve Huff.
The Whale Festival Golf Day will be held the following Saturday, October 20, for an Ambrose Event to commence at 11:00 shotgun start.
Mark Boller fired a superb round of 64 nett playing off a 14 handicap.
On Wednesday, October 3, 16 players challenged the course for an American foursome’s stroke event playing off the red tees.
The club wishes to thank Southland Fish Supply for their generous support of the event.
The combination of Rae Bingham and Janice Davidson emerged triumphant with a worthy scoreline of 74 off their 21 handicap.
The strong pairing of Ros Haenig and Sue Williamson were the runners-up with a solid round of 77.38.
Players needed 78.25 or better to win a ball in the rundown.
Nearest the pins went to Judy and Rae that included the Golden Shot for Rae.
Saturday, October 6:
Playing off the red tees 13 players on Saturday contested a single Stableford in wonderful conditions.
The very consistent Robyn Skitt realised an excellent score of 36 points for victory.
She defeated Pat Fethers who fired a steady round of 34.
Balls were recorded at 30 or better with Ros Haenig claiming three nearest the pins.
Robyn Skitt spoiled the party winning the 18th that was also the Golden Shot.
Possibly due to daylight savings only 10 players greeted the starter for a single Stableford playing off the front nine.
Craig Fredericks was right on target when he landed 24 points on a countback to defeat Dale Boyce for victory.
Craig also won the nearest the pin on the third hole.
Wayne Lyons is looking forward to next Sunday in the hope he will evade the dreaded “Rabbit Trap”.
The troops do it all again next Sunday morning in a Stableford Event playing off the yellow tees.
Visitors are most welcome to join these very dedicated players on Sunday mornings.
“The most important shot in golf is the next one.” – Ben Hogan