Millicent Golf Club Ladies Results 26.4.17

Due to the cold and wet day, only 10 Ladies competed in the PAR Competition on Wednesday 26.4.17

Winners were:
Mary Winser 3 down,
Karen Altschwager 5 down on a countback
Bronwyn Clarke 5 down.

9 Hole winner – Sue Agnew square

Nearest to Pin – 13th – Mary Winser

Larni Cameron Shield
The Larni Cameron Shield was played at Casterton on Thursday 20th April, with clubs from the South East of SA and Western Districts of Victoria being represented.
The Millicent Team consisting of Kirsty Bailey, Mary Winser, Tanya Payne and Rosalie Hunt were only 4 points short of the eventual winners, Dartmoor.
Kirsty Bailey had the winning score for the A Grade, scoring an amazing 39 points.  Kirsty and Mary Winser also won Nearest to Pin awards.

Pennant
The Golf SE Ladies A Grade final at Naracoorte on Monday 24.4.17 was won by Millicent who defeated Lucindale 3/2 in very wet and thundery conditions.  Those who played in the winning team were Kirsty Bailey, Helen Chilton, Sue Agnew, Mary Winser and Glenis Skeer.  Congratulations Ladies – very well done, a fantastic team effort.

Nest week’s Competition is Stroke, Monthly Medal, 1st Round Olympic Event, 2nd Round International Bowl, 2nd Qualifying Round Club and Grade Championships, Putting Competition, Long Drive all Grades, IGA Supermarket Trophy and Fosters Foodland Raffle.

Pennant Flag for ‘A’ Women

Millicent’s team of Kirsty Bailey, Helen Chilton, Sue Agnew, Mary Winser, Glenis Skeer and Bronwyn Clarke claimed another victory for the A grade women with back to back flags in 2017. After trying conditions on Monday at Naracoorte the team rallied and managed a 3/2 win against Lucindale. A full report of the 2017 Women’s Pennant Finals is on the Golf SE website.

WHITFORD GRIP’S & RIP’S THE BIG DOG.

20/04/17 –  23/04/17 

With summer now just a distant memory, the days for golf have now become a bit hit and miss, with the heavens opening up on some days and bright sun shine on others, the A2 pennants side had to make the big trip down to Kingstown last Sunday to play the undefeated Bordertown team. To say it was I tough day at the office is an understatement going down 0-5, but in saying that a big thank you must go to Trevor Atkinson, Paul Whitford and Justin Saint who put their hands up to represent the club at A-2 level, with only 3 players there was a big handicap difference and we had to forfeit the last 2 games.

Last Thursday, there was only 8 brave souls who ventured out to the course and with the threat of 20-40 mm of rain to come, the players set off in calm weather conditions. Unfortunately things changed for the worse and play had to be cancelled after 9 holes. Mark Pilmore had a good front nine winning the 9 hole competition with 20 points from Brian Thomson close behind with 19 points and Trevor Hutchesson finished in third spot with 18 points. Nobody managed to the hit the par 3, 5th hole for the nearest to the pin award.

Last Saturday saw the weather fine up and good numbers turn up for a stable ford competition and it was the inform Paul Whitford who made the most of the conditions to put the heat on the rest of the field, playing in the early invitation only group, Whitford had his driver on song and is now rated the best off the tee in the club to shoot 79 off the stick for 40 points. Whitford would now be very close to a single figure handicap which would be a great achievement for all the hard work he has put in. The only player that could match Whitford was “Spike” Warren, playing in the afternoon, Warren also had 40 points but had to settle for second spot, losing a count back to Whitford, and Greg Cook finished in third with 39 points. In The B-grade it was a tight tussle with Scott Lonergan winning on a count back from Dave Seymour with 36 points, Ron Hateley grabbed third spot in another count back from Graham Sunderland with 34 points. Nearest to the pin awards went to Tony Bowering on the 3rd, Daniel Halliday had a good day out winning the 5th and 13th holes while lonergan was close on the 17th hole. Lonergan and Bowering capped off a good day out making their birdie putts to pick up 3 balls each.

Sunday 7th May is the Thomas Foods International Millicent Open Starting from 9am, entry fee is $25.00 including afternoon tea. Please book your place with Trevor Atkinson. This week we have our A2 and Handicap pennants sides playing Blue Lakes at Penola on Sunday. Thursday is a stable ford competition playing for the Masters trophy while Saturday is also a stable ford competition.

M.P

22/04/17

Saturday Stableford 

A grade 

1st – P. Whitford 40pts cb

2nd – G. Warren 40pts

3rd – G. Cook 39pts

B grade 

1st – S. Lonergan 36pts cb

2nd – D. Seymour 36pts

3rd – R. Hateley 34pts

Ladies 

1st – J. Watson 27pts

N.T.P 

3rd – T. Bowering

5th – D. Halliday

13th – D.  Halliday

17th – S. Lonergan

Birdies 

S. Lonergan

T. Bowering

 

A Grade Winner, Paul Whitford in action.

19/04/17

Millicent Golf Club Ladies Results 19.4.17. 


It was great to see Pam Packer back playing 18 holes of golf today, after recovering from an injury, also fantastic to have Beth Turner join us for Afternoon Tea.  Best Wishes to you Beth, and hope you are back playing golf soon.

Competition – Stableford & IGA Supermarket Voucher.  16 in the field.
– Excellent Scores from the B Grade Ladies.

A Grade
Kathy Sporer 32,
Lyn Watson 29 c/b
Helen Chilton 29

B Grade
Janet Watson 38
Carmel Cory 37
Glenis Skeer 30 c/b
Pam Packer 30

C Grade
Marg Baker 34
Sue Ireland 29
Mary Boylan 14

9 Hole Competition – Carmel Cory 22 

Nearest to Pin – 2nd Shot 17th Hole – Marg Baker

IGA Supermarket Voucher – Janet Watson 38

Birdie – 17th Hole – Tanya Payne

Next Week’s Competition is PAR.

Women’s A team make SE Pennant Finals

Millicent’s A pennant team comprising Helen Chilton, Kirsty Bailey, Sue Agnew, Mary Winser and Glenis Skeer sealed a place in the finals with a nail biting win against Kingston in the last pennant round at Naracoorte on Monday. Playing next week at Naracoorte in the final against top qualifiers Lucindale the Millicent team are keen to repeat last years effort and take back to back flags in 2017.

Division 1 team also finished well just missing out on second spot against in form Naracoorte and Beachport.

Click on link below for all team results and final qualifiers.

Golf SE Womens Pennant Results 18 april 2017

TEAM OSMOND WINS EASTER TOURNAMENT

13/04/17 –  17/04/17 

It was a busy Easter weekend last week out at the Millicent golf course, with 25 teams and 100 players taking to the course to compete in the annual good Friday 4 ball Ambrose competition, it was the team of Matt Osmond, Matt Warren, Scott Varcoe and Nick Clifford who shot an impressive 11 under 61 off the stick to win the day. Close behind in second spot was the team of “Spike” Warren, Mick Agnew, Peter Burchard and Jamie Allen also finishing with 11 under, and in third place the team of Jock and Susan Agnew and Lyle and Karen McGreggor also finishing with 11 under. Nearest to the pin awards for the day went to Kathy Sporer on the 3rd hole for the Ladies, Brett Grant won the 5th hole for the non-golfers,  Ray Patching won the 13th for the male golfers, while Mick Agnew got very close on the 17th for all golfers, Agnew also made his birdie putt to help his team along.

Thursday was a stable ford competition played in fine conditions and good numbers greeted the starter for the Masters Trophy round and it was Trevor Hutchesson who jumped out of the blocks early to put the pressure on the rest of the field and win the front 9 hole competition in a three way count back with 19 points, Graham Sunderland found himself in second spot and the unlucky Andy Varcoe had to settle for third also finishing with 19 points. It all changed on the back nine holes as Matt Warren flew home to get the choccys with an impressive 23 points the finish the day with 41 points, the Unlucky Hutchesson had to settle with second spot also finishing with 41 points, while Sunderland held on for third finishing with 35 points. Nearest to the pin award went to the inform Phil Hunter for a fine shot on the par 3, 5th hole.

Only a small Field took to the course on Saturday as there might have been a few sore heads after Good Friday, to play in a stable ford competition in fine conditions and it was Andy Varcoe who continued on his good form of late to dominate the day winning the A-grade with an impressive 41 points, Lee Coulthard from Tea Tree Gully golf club finished in second spot with 36 points, including 35 off the stick on the back 9 holes and Ian Greenwood grabbing third, also with 36 points. In the B-grade it was Graham Sunderland having a good day out finishing with 36 points from Justin MacGregor from Beachport golf club winning a count back from Geoff Cameron to fill the minor placing with both players finishing with 35 points. Nearest to the pin awards went to Mark Pilmore on the 3rd hole, “Spike Warren won the 5th hole, Herman Vanderhuel was close on the 13th, while Phil Hunter won the 17th hole, Robert Thompson was closest for three on the 9th hole, while Varcoe capped a good day off winning the nearest for 2 shots on the 18th green. Birdies paid out 2 balls each to Varcoe and Lyle McGreggor.

Easter Monday capped off a busy weekend with a stable ford competition and it was Paul Whitford who led the charge winning with 34 points from Scott Lonergan with 33 points and Mark Pilmore winning a count back from Phil Hunter for third spot with 32 points. This week we have a stable ford competition on Thursday and Saturday, plus the Thomas Foods Millicent open coming up on Sunday 7th may, starting at 9am.

M.P

12/04/17

Ladies Stableford 

A Grade
Helen Chilton 32
Mary Winser 29
Val Williams 28

B Grade
Julie McKenzie 33
Mardi Sunderland 32
Glenis Skeer 29

C Crade
Michele Smith 32
Marg Baker 27
Mary Pettman 24

9 Hole: Michele Smith on a countback from Helen Chilton

Nearest to Pin 2nd shot to 5th – Michele Smith
No-one hit the 3rd or 13th Greens.

VARCOE HAS A HOT WEEK ON THE GOLF COURSE.

06/04/17 –  08/04/17 

With the veterans away on their yearly golf pilgrimage down to the fleurieu peninsula it was always going to be a quiet week out at the Millicent Golf club, also the A2 pennants side having a bye, it was left to the handicap side to fly the flag .Playing Mt Gambier at Blue lakes last Sunday the weather was shocking, wind, rain and hail but the Millicent side had a great win 3.5 to 1.5 with Mark Pilmore 5/4, Trevor Atkinson 2/1 and Scott lonergan 1 up winning, while Paul Whitford finished all square and Matt Osmond suffering a close loss.

Only a small field greeted the starter for last Thursdays stable ford competition, played in perfect conditions for golf, scoring was always going to be high and it was Mark Pilmore getting off to a flying start winning the front 9 hole competition with 19 points. Mick Pedler was close behind to finish in second with 18 points while a count back was needed to separate Dave Seymour and Andy Varcoe for third with Seymour getting the nod finishing with 16 points. On the back 9 holes, Pilmore held his nerve to run away with the win finishing with 38 points, Pedler also played well to finish in second spot with 34 while another count back was needed to Seymour and Varcoe with Varcoe getting the nod with 33 points. The nearest to the pin award was left free.

Saturday was a stable ford competition, played in fine weather and good numbers took to the course as it was the hot Andy Varcoe who had a day out winning the A-grade in fine style finishing with 37 points, playing in the afternoon Greg Cook did all the chasing but could not match Varcoe as Cook had to settle for second with 35 points, while Tony Bowering had a strong round finishing in third with 34 points. In the B-grade it was Craig Stratford, playing in the last group of the day, winning with 37 points from the very consistent Mick Pedler who finished in second spot with 36 points from Trevor Atkinson grabbing third spot with 35 points. Nearest to the pin awards were hard to come by with good conditions as Manny Fuentes won the 3rd, and also the closest for 3 shots on the 9th green, Helen Chilton was close on the 5th and also got her birdie putt, Lyle McGreggor nearly holed out to win the 13th, Matt Osmond finished his round off well winning the 17th green and also the 2nd shot to the 18th green, Plenty of birdies were made for the day with Alan Schultz, Osmond, Chilton, Varcoe, McGreggor and Cook all winning one ball each. 

With Easter now upon us, this weekend will be a busy time with the Good Friday 4 ball Ambrose on tomorrow, anyone who wants to play or put a team in please phone Paul Whitford or Trevor Atkinson. Also there will be a Stable ford competition on Thursday, Saturday and also Easter Monday.

M.P