CURLEWIS GOLF CLUB – June 20, 2019

June 20, 2019 BY

RAIN again has been the theme of the week here at Curlewis! It was only a few short months ago we were praying for rain, now the course has greened up nicely. Hopefully some nicer weather is on the cards this week and we can see both our members and visitors on course to enjoy a game of golf!

Eagles – None this week!

Sunday June 9 – Mixed PAR – 38 Players. Anni Jefferies (39) scorched around the course to shoot + 7. Royce Vardy (5) followed her with + 3.

Monday June 10 – Men Stableford: 65 Players tackled the blustery conditions. – A) Sean Arnott (12) won with 38 from Barry Jenner (8) 36. B) Ben Bowers (21) 37, Crichton Collins (33) 34 countback. Women: 14 Players – Di Smith (26) won on countback with 33 from Georgie Sanders (20). Green Tees: 4 Players – Graham Blood (36) 37. NTP: 8th – Pam Roberts, 17th – And Golden Shot Winner – John Board (0.18m and $75).

Tuesday June 11 – Women 9 Holes PAR: 38 Players – Helen Hill enjoyed the fine conditions to score +4. Sue Webb was next best with +1. Men: 4 Players – Robert Smyth +3.

Wednesday June 12 – Men PAR Blue Tees: 0 Players. No surprises here! Rain!

Thursday June 13 – Women Stroke andQuarterly Medal: 40 Players – A) Lynne Perree (10) shot 73 to win the Q.M. Next best in A Grade was Jay Magee (14) 76. B Grade went to Carmel Hughes (22) with 75 from Bette Collings (26) 77. Women 9 Holes Stableford: 8 Players – Alison Den Besten 16; Cheryl Egberts 14. NTP: 8th – Jill Pring 17th and Golden Shot Winner – Maxine Noske (1.06m and $34).

Friday June 14 – Mixed Stableford: 9 Players – Ryan Mills (11) 35; Rob Riley (8) 34.

Saturday June 15 – Men 2 Person Ambrose (Blue Tees): 164 Players. Eric Fleming (7) and Steve McNamara (1) won on countback with a fine score of 64 from Cedo Rakic (9) and Dave Brown (11). Women Stableford: 17 Players – Gill Morrison won by 5 with 37 from Bernadette Thomas (10) 32. NTP: 4th – Marty Chaffey, 8th – Darren Jones, 13th – Zoran Stojanovski, 17th – Doug Howes. Golden Shot Winner on 17th– Neville Corcoran, (1.22m and $168).