The usual Wednesday Wackers turned out to play last Wednesday and it was the turn of Tiger Clutterbuck to win. Tiger had 37 points to take the major prize from Tony Duff and I believe Gary Mackaway won the NTP on the 17th.
Now as you are probably aware the worst score of the day gets to hit off with the orange ball the following week and this week it was Gary Mackaway again. The organisers Ross Anderson and Happy Holman tried to have the rules changed so I was the winner but it didn’t happen. I thought Chalkie Chandler was the only person that wanted rule changers after the event. Better luck next time fellas.
The Thursday vets saw a couple of visitors from Walcha in an ordinary day weather wise made for an ordinary day score wise and it was Albert Egli who beat my old mate Les (I’m in a hurry) Forde and the consistent John Holthouse. John Holthouse also managed to win the NTP on the 6th.
Saturday saw the first round of the club championships, but the event of the day was an individual stroke and Chris Chaffey was a clear winner with a net 60. Josh Clark was next best with 65, Neil Cullen and Kevin Ward both had 66. With the ladies Courtney Dade had 62 nett to be an easy winner.
Day two, Sunday saw Chris Chaffey make it two in a row, this time with a net 62, Josh Clark also made it two days in a row with another 65 nett to once again claim second spot. Noelene Porter had 71 nett to take the ladies section whilst NTP winners were, 3rd Aaron Blanch, 6th Neil Bullen, 9th Tony Duff, 11th Darrell Carson, 15th Charlie Murray and 17th Neil Cullen.
After two days Craig Hyde has the lead with 144 from Neil Bullen 152 and Trevor Carson and Charlie Murray both on 154.
In B Grade Josh Clark and Darrell Carson are level with 164 and C Grade sees Chris Chaffey, 176 easily leading Les Forde 194.
Vicki Barraclough leads Colleen Taggart in the Ladies section.
NTP winners were RAB 3rd Neil Cullen, NAB 6th Tony Duff,9th Neil Bullen,11th Trevor Carson, Rob Brown Denture Clinic 15th Ross Anderson and the Bridges Finance 17th Geoff Wood.
Quote of the week: “Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.”
Good Golfing .