Saturday’s Seymour golf was a Stableford round to which 37 players made their way.January 2, 2013 4:00am
The weather was sunny with a fair southerly blowing to keep everyone honest.
The winners were: A-grade; Peter Tempest (14) with 40 points, B-grade; Roger Harding (18) with 40 points and C-grade; Antoine Bresso (33) from Aberdeen NSW with 43 points.
Nearest the pin went to Daniel Fleming on 4, Greg Pell on 6, SGC on 12 and Terry Payne on 17 while the D&Ps went to Craig Zotti on 8 and Terry on 15.
Next Saturday’s comp will be the John Muscovich sponsored January Monthly Medal and also the first round of the Summer Cup.
Fifteen ladies took part in the competition on Saturday, with the best score of the day achieved by the B-grade winner, Paula Britton (17) with plus six.
The A-grade winner was Shirley Wright (12) with plus 1 and C grade was won by Di Lemon (25) with a square.
The nearest the pin on the 17th was Paula Britton and minus two was needed for a ball.
The balls went to Paula Britton; Shirley Wright; Di Lemon; Maree Rickman and Tania Zentveld.
NAGAMBIE MENS AND LADIES
Chicken Run results: Thursday, December 27 was a Stableford round on the front nine with Michael Kleinig and Shaun Bryant both having 21 points.
Michael was the victor after the count back on the last three holes.
Thursday, January 3 will be Par round on the back nine. No nearest the pin.
A request to all members if you have any spare time after Christmas, we are trying to put together a roster for watering the fairways.
If anyone can give one to two hours of their time please contact Ronda on 5794
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