Darrell Kildey was the winner of the Tuross Head Country Club men’s stableford golf competition on Saturday with a good score of 41 points. Wayne Fullerton filled second place with 40 points, edging out John Eglitis on a countback. Michael Elfar with 38 points and Kevin Dukes with 36 points filled the remaining award positions.
Tuross golfers have been awarded for their diligence in observing the social distance regulations, and this week will see the restrictive necessity of having only one person allowed per cart being extended to two
A smaller field than in recent weeks registered for this week’s Tuross Head Vets golf single Stableford event. Winner on the day with a great return to form was Peter McRae with a fabulous score of 28 points for the nine holes played. Steve Swanbury edged out Robert McKirdy on count back as the runner up with both players returning excellent scores of 26. Barry Hoban took out the last of the major prizes on 24 points.
Minor prizes went to Richard Wharton and Steve Collins on 23, husband and wife Len and Gail Rogers on 22, Ann Ware and Richard Kelly with 21, Ian McManus, Margaret Downey, Stephen Crossling and Julie Barningham on 20, and in a four way count back Ken Brown and Annette Manton with 19.
Noel Downie took out this week’s Bradman award.
THCC Ladies’ Golf Fourth Medal Round In Conjunction With NSW Vets Women’s Golf Country Championships
The weather was perfect for our fourth Medal Round 18 hole stroke event. Twenty ladies participated in the event sponsored by Leonie Snodgrass. Your generosity and support is appreciated Leonie.
Results were as follows.
Medal and Division 1 Winner was Leonie Doolan with a score of 71 net. Runner Up was Pauline Nash with 75 net.
The lowest gross score on the day was Leonie Snodgrass with 95 gross.
Division 2 Winner was Chris Wratten on a countback from R/U Annette Manton who both had 73 net.
Division 3 Winner was Ann Challender with 76 net and R/U was Wendy Schmid with 79 net.
The Putting Competition was also won by Leonie Doolan with 27 putts.
Congratulations to Leonie Doolan and all our winners.
Next Week is an 18 hole Stableford event.
All are welcome.
Tim Watson and Stephen Swanbury both scored 39 points as well but were forced into the minor award positions on a countback. Robert McDonell and Roger Chappell, scored 37 points to feature in the top group.
Twenty one ladies participated in our 18 Hole Stableford on Tuesday. The weather was perfect and it was the first day that
we were able to have our Presentation in the Club since the beginning of the year due to the Covid pandemic.
Results were as follows.
Division 1 Winner was Pauline Nash with 38 points and Runner Up was Leonie Doolan with 34 points.
Division 2 Winner was Ann Ware also with 34 points and R/U was Jeanette Miller with 26 points.
Division 3 Winner was Lyn McDonnell with 37 points and R/U was Jennifer Gray with 35 points.
Congratulations to all our winners.
Next Week is our 4th Medal Round in conjunction with the NSW Vets Women Golf Association Country Championships.
Despite the gloomy, overcast morning resulting in a number of late cancellations, a good field of sixty three players registered for the Tuross Head Vets Golf Wednesday single Stableford competition. Winner on the day was Ted Quinlan with a magnificent score of 28 points, a score noted by the handicapper!! Ted beat home three players on 24 points for the major prizes, count back placings being Jennifer Gray, Greg Thornton and Paul Pereira.
Minor prizes went to Mike Birks on 24, Paul Green and Kevin Dukes on 23, Ron Hanlon on 22, Leonie Snodgrass, Rob Nash, Ray Downey and Len Rogers all with 21, and the final grouping of Greg Ware, Graham Moore, Peg Nevett, Rick Brake and John Cox each with 20 points.
Des Jackson had the dubious honour of taking out this week’s Bradman award, the second such occasion in three weeks.
He was closely followed by Malcolm Gilbertson who carded a close 43 points. Paul Medwin with 41 points filled third placing. Steve Gardner and Jim Wade, both on 38 points, were the remaining award winners.
Thursday’s medley stableford was won by Peter Garn with 39 points ahead of Graeme Bell 38, Ian Kingston and Christine Wratten both scored 36 points with Roger Chappell and Colin Houghton finishing on 35 points.
It was a very chilly start to our Third Medal Round. Twenty
one ladies played in the event on 9th June. Many thanks to
President Wendy Schmid for generously sponsoring this 18 Hole
Stroke and Putt event.
Medal and Division 1 Winner was Marie Murawai with a nett 73.
Division 1 Runner Up was Dorothy Madden with a nett 78 on a countback from Leonie Doolan.
Division 2 Winner was Chris Wratten with a nett 74 and Runner Up was Shirley Quinlan with a nett 80.
Division 3 Winner was Jennifer Gray also with a nett 74 and R/U was Ann Ware with a nett 75.
The Putting Competition was won by Elsa Shearer with 25 putts.
Balls went to Leonie Doolan, Elsa Shearer, Ann Challender, Samantha Dresden, Gayle MacAlpine, Gail Page and Jeanette Miller.
Congratulations to Marie Murawai and all our winners.
Next Week is an 18 Hole Stableford.
All are very welcome.
Despite a number of late cancellations a good field of sixty five players registered for the Tuross Head Vets Golf Wednesday single Stableford competition. Winner on the day was Graham Moore with 26 points, beating home Warren Hodder with the same score on count back. Terry Challender beat home Greg Bush into third place with 23 points, again under a count back situation.
Minor prizes went to Chris Wratten and Kevin Dukes with 22, Bruce Ware, Ross Macalpine, Ray Downey and Henry Anderson on 21, Kathy Crossling, Frank Pomfret, Ann Challender, Greg Smith, Rob Nash and Robin Green with 20, and finally Derek Hoare on 19 after a five way count back was required.
Herb Muriwai had the honour of taking out this week’s infamous Bradman award.