Mayfield blitzes the field

WEDNESDAY WHISTLERS: Greg Hughes, Chris Lack, Steve Symons and Andy Page.
WEDNESDAY WHISTLERS: Greg Hughes, Chris Lack, Steve Symons and Andy Page.

PORT LINCOLN GOLF

Saturday, January 12

Eighty-three golfers played a stableford competition which was sponsored by Eyre Fuels.

Sixty-nine men played in three divisions with Brian Henson winning A grade with 40 points from Chris Brooks on 39.

Andy Smith counted out Dave Batterbury to win B grade with 37 points, which was the same score Anthony Manuel had to win C grade from Chris Cottrell on a score of 36.

Run-down awards went to Jason Verhees and Gavin Cheriton 38, Greg Cotton 37, and Flick Daniells,

Rex Martin and Grant Bamber, all on 36 points.

Of the 14 women who played Sue Cotton emerged as the winner with 37 points from Cindy Carr on 35, counting out Janet Whittaker.

Thursday, January 10

Cafe Chinos sponsored the stroke event for the 17 ladies who played.

Rhondda Mayfield blitzed the field with a 66 net, reducing her handicap as well.

So too did runner-up Jinny Hussey with net 72.

Val Sharrad also reduced by a stroke without bothering the judges.

Run-down winners were Elaine Pierik and Lyn Hosking on 72 and Jo Higgins on 73.

Wednesday, January 9

A strong field of 77 men played their mid-week stableford competition, sponsored by Daniells’ Recycling Centre.

The fine conditions produced some good scores.

Brock Wise enjoys his break from school and won A grade with 40 points from Chris Lack on 39.

Greg ‘Panic’ Hughes had the score of the day to win B grade with 44 points, from Steve Symons on 39 and ‘The Phantom’ Boris Kovacic took out C grade with 40 points on a count-back from Andy ‘Lumpy’ Page.

Run-down winners across all grades went to Brian Smith and Peter Crawford 39, and Bob Sorenson, Rex Bichard, Garry Downey and Kym Clarke, all on 38 points.

Tuesday, January 8

No results provided.

Monday, January 7

The monthly Seniors’ Day saw 13 players take on the course.

Evergreen Geoff Will, with 42 points from his 28 handicap and his ‘non-handicap’ of 91 years of age, won the day, from Greg Cotton on 40 and Tony Dragun on 39.

Sunday, January 6

A dozen players enjoyed Sunday stableford with Steve Murphy winning with 41 points on a count-back from James Blewit also on 41.

Coming events

The Australia Day golf competitions beckon, especially Tony’s Tuna International Ambrose Teams Event on the holiday Monday.

Enter your teams early to ensure a hit-off time by phoning the club on 8682 1352.