Good fields despite weather conditions

GOLF: Dave Batterbury, Luke Murray, Chris Lack and Ryan Lack had a great day on the greens last Saturday.
GOLF: Dave Batterbury, Luke Murray, Chris Lack and Ryan Lack had a great day on the greens last Saturday.

Port Lincoln golf

Saturday, December 1

SIXTY five men and nine ladies played a stableford round, sponsored by Eyre Refrigeration.

A minute’s silence was observed for two recently passed players, life member Jack Gibbes and Kevin Lack.

In the ladies’ division, Jinny Hussey won with 35 points from Carolyn Cocks 33, on a count-back from Jo Higgins.

The men played in three grades, with Mick Hegarty shooting two over par to equal the best score of the day with 42 points, from Rex Martin 39.

Steve Thomson won B Grade with 39 points from Keegan Blows 37 and Tony Manuel also had the day’s top score with 42 points from Peter Watherston on 35.

Next in line across all grades were Rex Bichard and Ryan Lack 37, Brenton Lees and Dave Batterbury 36 and Benji Sellen 35.

Thursday, November 29

Eighteen ladies played a stroke round, sponsored by Liverpool Street Newsagency and Eyre Fuels.

The winner was Adie Fraser with 71 net, on a count-back from Helen George. Others top scorers were Sue Bishop 73, Jo Higgins 74 and Elaine Pierik 75.

Wednesday November 28

A field of 65 men played in their mid-week competition, sponsored by Eyre Computers and Communications. There was one visitor from Arundel Hills.

Rex Martin won A grade with 40 points, on a count-back from Greg Cotton, fresh from his monthly medal win last Saturday.

Jeff Tiller won B grade with 39 points, counting out Kane Williams, and David Graetz had the score of the day to win C grade with 42 points from Chris Cottrell on 40.

Run-down awards went to Grant Bamber, Tony Dragun, Don Henson and Kris Bunder, all on 38, with Mark Rowett the final place-getter with 37 points.

Tuesday, November 2

Twilight Golf attracted 10 players, with visitor Dean Jones counting out Josh Hausler, both with 24 stableford points for the designated 10 holes.

Sunday, November 25

A strong field of 25 golfers fronted for Sunday stableford. Lindsay Gordon won with 42 points, counting out Mike Freeman, and Mick Hegarty was third with 41 points. Four women played, Helen George won with 37.