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27/7/16

Wednesday 27th July – PAR

 

A Grade

Helen Chilton 2 down

Sue Wheal (Beachport) 8 down

Mary Winser 9 down

 

 

B Grade

Julie McKenzie 2 down

Rosalie Hunt 3 down c/b

Mary Warneke 3 down

 

C Grade

Pam Packer square

Julie Howe (Beachport) 3 down

Beth Turner 4 down

 

9 Hole Competition:  Julie McKenzie 1 up

GOLDING WINS STROKE ROUND

21/7/16 – 23/7/16

With the weather report predicting shocking weather for last Friday, Club President Owen Merrett made the wise decision to call off the Farmers and Stock agents golf day, the good news is it is back on for this Friday with the weather report looking favourable, it should be a great day out for all involved.
Thursday was a stable ford competition played in good conditions for golf and with the course in pristine condition at this time of the year, scoring was always going to be high and it was Chris Agnew who got off to the best start winning the front 9 hole competition with 17 points on a count back from Mark Pilmore, then a three way tie in third spot with 16 points was Robert Thompson, Brian Thompson and Bob Childs. Brian Thompson continued on his good form to win the 18 hole competition and the day with an impressive 38 points, winning a count back from Mark Pilmore who also finished with 38 points and Chris Agnew got the nod for third spot with 37 points. Nearest to the pin winner on the par 3, 5th hole was Mark Pilmore, who managed to get one close but not close enough to make the birdie putt.
Saturday was a stroke round played in windy conditions which made scoring difficult and as it was bitterly cold in the morning it was no surprise that most of the winners came from the afternoon groups, except for Ben Golding who was the A-grade winner and the overall winner with the best score of the day finishing with an impressive score of net 73, Jamie Bellinger got the nod in a four way count back for second spot from Spike Warren, Andy Varcoe and Greg Cook all finishing on net 77. In the B- grade, it was a three way tie as Trevor Atkinson won the count back from Lyle McGregor and Martin Cameron as all players finished with a score of net 76. Peter Bateman won the C-grade with net 75 from the unlucky Ron Hateley on net 78 and Craig Stratford got third spot with net 83. Nearest to the pin winners for the day saw Alan Schultz win the 3rd, Manny Fuentes was close on the 5th, Mark Pilmore got lucky on the 13th while Golding won the 17th. Ron Hateley was the closest in the C-grade for the 3rd shot on the 9th, while Phil Thrussell won the closest for 2 shots on the 18th. Trevor Atkinson was the only player to get a birdie on the par 3 holes for the day and won a $10 club voucher.
This week is going to be a busy week out at the Millicent golf club, with the promise of ½ decent weather, the Farmers and stock agents golf day will go ahead on Friday and we have a stable ford competition on today and Saturday.

M.P

23/7/16

Saturday Stroke 

A Grade 

1st – B. Golding 73

2nd – J. Bellinger 77 cb

B Grade 

1st – T. Atkinson 76 cb

2nd – M. Cameron 76

C Grade 

1st – P. Bateman 75

2nd – R. Hatley 78

N.T.P

3rd – A. Schultz

5th – M. Fuentes

13th – M. Pilmore

17th – B. Golding

3rd to 9th – R. Hatley

2nd to 18th – P. Thrussell

Birdies 

T. Atkinson

20/7/16

Ladies 4 Ball Aggregate Stableford

Glenis Skeer & Mary Winser 61

Janet McArthur (Beachport) & Mary Winser 59

Julie McKenzie & Kerry Scales (Heywood) 57

 

9 Hole Competition:

Mardi Sunderland & Lana Barlow 31

 

Nearest to Pin

3rd  Kerry Scales

13th Mardi Sunderland

2nd Shot 17th – Barbara Sapiatzer

Kuiper dominates the week

14/7/16 – 16/7/16

Winter struck the Millicent golf course with a vengeance in the early part of the week, doing a bit of damage with branches down, unfortunately just not the right branches, at least the weather cleared up just in time for golf on Thursday and Saturday, all be it a bit breezy but good for this time of the year.
Thursday was a stable ford round played in windy conditions as Craig Kuiper jumped out of the blocks early to set the standard winning the front 9 hole competition with 18 points from Terry Chant who got the nod in a seven way count back on 17 points from Trever Atkinson also on 17 points in third spot and five other unlucky players also on 17 points. Then the wind and the tough back 9 holes took its toll on a few players scores, as Mark Pilmore did a Steve Bradbury to win the 18 hole competition and the day with 35 points from Atkinson who finished with 34 points to win a count back from Matt Osmond in third with 34 and the unlucky Spike Warren also on 34 points. Nearest to the pin winner on the par 3, 5th hole went to a visitor from Heywood, Jason McLaren who had a great day out and said he really enjoyed playing our golf course and could not believe how the course is in such good condition.
Saturday was also a stable ford round played in much the same conditions as Thursday, the windy conditions made scoring difficult but it was Craig Kuiper who had a day out, handling the wind to perfection winning the A-grade and having the best score of the day with 37 points from Jamie Bellinger in second with 33 points and Owen Merritt finishing in third spot with 32 points. In the B-grade it was the morning golfers who dominated with Bill Mullan winning with 35 points from Tony Bowering winning a count back from Mick Pedler both finishing with 34 points. Manny Fuentes won the C-grade with 35 points from Ron Hateley on 34 points and Mike McRostie in third spot with 29 points. Nearest to the pin winners for the day saw Mark Pilmore hit the 3rd hole, Kuiper was close on the 5th, Atkinson won the 13th while Kuiper cleaned up on the 17th hole, birdies payed out 2 balls each to Ian Greenwood, Merrett, Spike Warren and Trever Atkinson.
It’s going to be a busy week out at the golf course this week with the farmers and stock agents golf day at the club on Friday, with 34 teams booked in its going to be a very busy day, Thursday is a stable ford competition while Saturday is a stroke round and the 3rd round for the Somerset, Sportsman’s and Tiger hotels trophy.

M.P