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From The Tee – 19/07/2017

A smaller field of golfers competed in last Saturday’s 18 hole Stableford event and lower scores reflected the heavier conditions. Winner on the day was Keith Baker on 40 points from Mark Kent 39.

Nearest to Pins:
2nd Mark Kent
second shot to 7th Tom Clissold
9th Rick Bailey
15th Tom Moran
17th Peter Skene

Balls down the line went to scores of 34 or more, Keith Baker 40, Mark Kent 39, Tom Moran, Rick Bailey, John O’Donohue 35, Darren Frost 34.

At last Thursday’s nine hole Par competition Brian Fitzgerald returned the best score of +3 ahead of Ryan Casey on +2.
Nearest to Pins: 15th Bernie Sinnott, 17th Gary Lafferty. Nick Lillie received a ball down the line.

The week’s event is a Stableford competition.

From The Tee – 08/07/2017

Troy Stephens and Matt Sinnott combined well to return the best score of 47 points at last Saturday’s 4BBB event. David Regan and Tony Cronin were runners up with 44.

Nearest to Pins:
2nd Tom Moran
Second shot to 7th Andrew Narik
9th Keith Baker
15th and 17th Simon Baker.
The Birdie hole was the 11th where Tom Moran and Jack Kerr managed a birdie.
 

Balls down the line went to scores of 43 or better; Troy Stephens/Matt Sinnott 47, David Regan/Tony Cronin, Peter Hughes/Mark Kent, Tom Clissold/Dale Evans 44, Simon Baker/Keith Baker 43.  

The top 8 teams on the day will qualify for the 4BBB winter pairs with the draw to be placed on the Notice board shortly.  

At last Thursday’s nine hole competition Simon Baker was the winner with 21 points from Rick Bailey on 20. Nearest to Pins on the 2nd Ryan Casey with a ball down the line going to Dale Evans.

Members are reminded that with the course becoming increasingly wetter, to drive along tree line and not on the fairways and when using a golf cart.

This Saturday is a Stableford event

From The Tee – 24/06/2017

Darren Cheeseman played early and returned the best score of 41 points at last Saturday’s Stableford event, ahead of Nick Lillie on 40.
Nearest to Pins:
2nd Darren Cheeseman
9th Rick Bailey
15th Peter Hughes.
Both the 7th and 17th holes were vacant.

Balls down the line went to scores of 36 or better, Darren Cheeseman 41, Nick Lillie 40, Darren Frost, Ray Jackson 39, Peter Hughes 38, Mark Kent 37, Ian Henderson, Tom Clissold 36.

 Last Thursday’s nine hole event was also Stableford with Max Thorne winning on 21 points. Peter Skene was runner up on 20 in a count back from John Whitewood, Nick Lillie and Dale Evans all finishing on 20.

Nearest to the pin on the 9th was Rick Bailey, the 2nd was vacant.

This week is the July Monthly Medal sponsored by Western District Newspapers

From The Tee – 17/06/17

Rick Carr took advantage of good course conditions to win last weekends Stableford event at the Camperdown Golf Club with 42 points. Runner up was Ray Jackson on 38.

Nearest to Pins:
2nd John O’Donohue
second shot to 7th Jack Kerr
9th Brian Fitzgerald
15th Jack Kerr
17th Greg McGlade.

The day also included the annual President v Captain event, with once again the President’s team proving too strong. Members on the President’s team received a ball down the line.

A good field also competed in last Thursday’s nine hole Stableford event, with Richard Narik winning on 21 points from Dale Evans on 20.

Nearest to Pins:
15th Darren Cheeseman
17th Gary Lafferty
Keith Stephens, Ryan Casey and Darren Cheeseman all received a ball down the line.

 

This Saturday’s event is also a Stableford competition.

From The Tee – 10/06/2017

Jack Kerr returned one of the best scores ever recorded at the Camperdown Golf Club with a 5 under the card 67 to comfortably win last Saturday’s Par event. Jack’s score of +10 included an Eagle of the 13th and a number of birdies including this week’s Birdie hole the 6th.
Runner up on the day was Ricky Bailey with +3.

Nearest to Pins:
2nd & 9th Tom Moran
9th Peter Skene
15th Darren Frost
17th Jack Kerr.
Balls down the line went to +1 or better, Jack Kerr +10, Rick Bailey +3, Alan Fraser +2, Tom Moran, Darren Frost, +1.

This week is a Stableford competition with all members who play on the day qualifying for the G.G Errey winter singles event. The club is also introducing an official 9am Tee-off time for any members who wish to play early on Saturday mornings.

From The Tee – 03/06/2017

Richard Narik took out the June Monthly Medal and privilege pot at last Saturday’s 18 hole Stroke event. Richard returned 86-17-69 winning B Grade ahead of Aaron Sinnott on 90-20-70. Winner of A Grade was Jack Kerr with 78-7-71 from Mark Kent 84-12-72. 

The day also incorporated a putting competition and the longest put on the 18 green, with Richard Narik showing good form to win both competitions.
Nearest to Pins:
2nd Tony Cronin
second shot to 7th green Col Keane
9th Richard Narik
15th Alan Fraser
17th Tom Clissold.

 Balls down the line went to nett scores of 73 or less, Richard Narik 69, Aaron Sinnott 70, Jack Kerr 71, Mark Kent, Brian Fitzgerald, Peter Skene, Norm Tonks 72, Alan Fraser, Peter Hughes 73.

Last Thursday’s nine hole competition was also a Stroke event with the winner, Mark Clissold on nett 30 and the runner up, Daniel Beard nett 32 ½ both visitors.
Ryan Casey received a ball down the line, and Col Keane was nearest to the pin on the 17th.

This week’s competition is a Par event.

From The Tee – 13/05/2017

There were perfect weather conditions for golf at last Saturday’s Stableford event at the Camperdown Golf Club.

Algie White was the winner of A Grade with a fantastic score of 44 points, from Tom Moran on 43. Both Algie and Tom parred the course.

The B Grade winner on 39 points was a guest from Terang, Craig Longmore in a four way count back from Tony Cronin, Rick Carr and Andrew Benallack all on 39 Stableford points.

Nearest to Pins: 2nd Mark Kent
Second shot to 7th Algie White
9th Ian Henderson
15th Peter Hughes
17th Col Keane

Balls down the line required 38 points or more, Algie White 44, Tom Moran, Brian Fitzgerald 43, Col Keane, Peter Hughes 40, Craig Longmore, Tony Cronin, Rick Carr, Andrew Benallack, Jack Davis 39, Darren Frost, Mark Kent 38.

This Saturday is the annual 4 person Ambrose event as part of the Robert Burns Scottish festival.

From The Tee – 06/05/2017

Mark Kent claimed another Monthly Medal and privilege pot at last Saturday’s 18 hole Stroke event. Mark finished with 80-12-68 to take out A Grade from Algie White on 79-8-71.
Winner of B Grade was Richard Narik 90-17-73 on count back from Mark Clissold on 93-20-73.
Nearest to Pins:
2nd Rick Bailey
second to 7th Brian Fitzgerald
9th Mark Clissold
15th Mark Kent
17th Troy Stephens.
Rick Bailey managed a Birdie on the Birdie hole 2nd.
The day also included a putting competition where Tom Moran finished with 26 putts, and Keith Baker had the longest putt on the 18th.
Balls down the line required a nett score of 74 or less: Mark Kent 68, Algie White, Tom Moran, Nick Lillie 71, Simon Baker, Liam Lafferty 72, Richard Narik, Mark Clissold 73, Darren Cheeseman, Rick Bailey, Dale Evans, John O’Donohue 74.
A Par event was run at last Thursday’s nine hole competition in challenging weather. Tony Nichols was the winner with +1 from Tom Clissold on square. Nearest to Pins: 15th Tony Nichols, 17th Tom Clissold.
This week is a Stableford event.

From The Tee – 29/04/2017

Beautiful weather and great course conditions where available at last Saturday’s 18 hole Stableford event. Winner on the was Peter Skene with 41 points from Keith Baker on 40.

Nearest to Pins:
2nd Bernie Sinnott,
second shot to 7th Tom Moran,
9th Dale Evans, 15th Keith Baker,
17th Tom Moran.
The Birdie hole this week was the 1st, where Tom Moran managed a Birdie.

Balls down the line required 37 points or more, Peter Skene 41, Keith Baker, Jeff Collins 40, Darren Frost, Algie White, Tom Moran 39, Peter Hughes, Ian Henderson 37.

Peter Skene and Keith Baker were also in good form at last Thursday’s nine hole Stableford event returning 20 and 19 points respectively. Peter was also the nearest to the pin on the 2nd.

Members are reminded of the upcoming 4 person Ambrose event as part of the Robert Burns festival, and to arrange a team.

This week’s event is the May Monthly Medal and privilege pot.

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