With yet another very successful Eden Whale Festival being the main attraction for many on Saturday in the Eden hamlet, a very much reduced field were in attendance for the November monthly medal at the Eden Gardens Golf Club.
The club wishes to thank Eden Newsagency and Mitre 10 (Eden) for their continued support of this event.
Medal winner and best round of the day was realised by the veteran John Doorty from division two with a superb round of 69 nett.
He defeated John Walker who landed a three-off-the-pace 72.
In division one Steve Huff claimed the honours with a solid round of 70 on the somewhat slower greens than usual.
Runner-up was the veteran Ian Hamdorf who managed to accrue a scoreline of 71 nett off his 18 handicap.
Best scratch score of the day was recorded by club professional David Sherlock with one over par 72.
In the ball rundown players needed 75 or better.
The golden shot on the 18th was won by Paul Hutchinson.
This Saturday, November 10, the Eden club members will journey to Mallacoota to contest their yearly open event where they hope to regain the Gabo Cup.
Players wishing to attend please enter via the Pro shop by phoning 6496 1054.
The club event this Saturday at Eden will be a single stableford.
Time reservations are available for the Volkswagen scramble on Sunday, November 18,with a shotgun start at 11:00am.
On Wednesday playing off the Yellow Tees 16 players contested a single stableford with winning vouchers distributed courtesy of the Golf Club.
Playing off an 18 handicap Janice Davidson relished the idea of the markers by recording 45 points.
She defeated Sue Kelly who landed a one-off-the-pace 44.
Ball winners were Betty, Robyn, Laura and Cathi.
Nearest the pin recipients were Sue, Pat and Cathi who also won the golden shot.
The stroke event off the red markers was affected similar to the men with only 10 players greeting the starter.
In a very close encounter there were three players vying for supremacy.
Eventually the countback system was required.
Betty Brown emerged victorious with he 73 nett from Robyn Skitt.
Ball winners apart from the victorious were Judy and Shiralee.
Nearest the pin winners were Cathi, Judy and Shiralee.
In the putting competition Betty Brown recorded 30 to complete a good day at the office.
With numbers on the increase due to the warmer weather conditions, 20 players were greeted by the starter on the 1st tee.
Returning after a short break from across the ditch, Adam Yates displayed excellent form by landing 29 points.
He defeated the veteran Neville Peilsley who amassed 24 points.
Dale Boyce breathed a sigh of relief when Steve Brinkworth claimed the dreaded rabbit trap with seven points.
Nearest the pin went to Dale and Craig.
Next Sunday they do it all again on the back nine.
Visitors are always most welcome.