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.
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.
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.
Sixty six players registered for Wednesday’s Tuross Head Vets Golf Single Stableford event. Again good scores prevailed with the results perhaps reflecting a little more run on the course now that it is drying out. Winner on the day was Ian Wratten with a fine score of 26 points, beating home Ann Ware on 24, on 23 points Ron Hanlon and Greg Bush.
Minor prizes went to Rick Brake, Henry Anderson, Gail Rogers, Andrew Gordon, Terry Lunn and Neal Watson with 22, Annette Manton and Frank Pomfret on 21, and finally Jeanette Miller, Steve Gardner, Shirley Quinlan, Derek Hoare and Greg Thornton all on 20 points.
The infamous Bradman award was won this week by Des Jackson.
Another near capacity field of 67 players registered for Tuross Head’s Vets golf event on Wednesday. Fortunately rain overnight and the previous day had little effect on playing conditions.
Winner on the day was Richard Kelly with a fine score of 26 points, edging out Jennifer Gray on 25 and Shirley Quinlan and David Williams on 24. Minor prizes went to John Cox on 24, Margaret Downey on 23, Des Jackson and Les Johanson on 22, Lance Shadbolt, Ray Downey, Kevin Dukes and Gail Rogers with 21, Gayle Macalpine and Chris Wratten with 20, and finally Peg Nevett, our most senior lady player, beating home a host of other players with 19 points on count back.
The infamous Bradman award was taken out by Robin Green.
With the relaxation of rules involving golfing groups, a good field of 65 players registered for the Tuross Head Veterans golf single Stableford event on Wednesday 20 May. Winner on the day was Julie Barningham with 25 Stableford points, beating home Andrew Gordon and Terry Challender on count backs. David Williams took out the final major prize with 24 points, again on a count back.
Minor prizes went to Gayle Macalpine on 24, Ron Hanlon, Des Jackson and Greg Ware on 23, Sandra Hanlon on 22, and finally Warren Hodder, Blaise Madden, Peg Nevett, Chris Wratten and Bruce Martin all with 21 points.
Kathy Crossling had the honour of taking out this week’s infamous Bradman award.
Despite very cool early morning temperatures a good field of 59 players registered for the Tuross Head Vets golf Par event over nine holes. Winner on the day was Ross Hendy with a magnificent score of +6. Allen Lee edged out Ken Brown on count back to take the runner up position with both players recording scores of +4. Rounding out the major prize winners was Ian Wratten with a score of +3, beating home 3 other equal scores on count back.
Minor prizes went to Bruce Martin, Rob Nash and Lance Shadbolt all on +3, Paul Green, Neal Watson and Kathy Crossling with +2s, and finally Dorothy Madden and Stephen Crossling with +1.
The infamous Bradman award was a closely fought out affair with Solveig Olsson just edging out Ron Hanlon on count back.
Fifty seven veteran golfers took advantage of a beautiful autumn morning and registered for today’s Single Stableford event over nine holes. Winner on the day was Neil Mather with a score of 21 points, winning on count backs from Steve Collins and Ian McManus, both with the same 21 point scores. Rounding out the major prize winners was Ann Ware on 20 points, again with a count back required.
Minor prizes went to Richard Kelly and Greg Smith on 20, Jeanette Miller, Sandra Hanlon, Ray Downey, Rick Brake and Leonie Snodgrass on 19, and finally Kathy Crossling on 18 with yet another count back required.
The infamous Bradman award was taken out by the Vets lowest handicapper, Ken Brown, who clearly struggled with the fast greens presented on the day.
Big scores were the order of the day at Wednesday’s Vets golf. Winner with a magnificent score of 27 points was Bruce Ware. Bruce was followed home by Robin Green and Kathy Crossling on 26, (Robin being runner up on count back), and then Dorothy Madden on 24. Minor prize winners were Barry Hoban on 23, Ted Quinlan on 22, and the following players all on 21, Andrew Gordon, Teri Swanbury, Warren Hodder, Enid Besant-Ryan-Ryan and finally Ron Hanlon.
Ross Davidson took out the infamous Bradman award.