SUNDAY, JULY 5
TWENTY three players competed in a stroke round for the monthly medal.
Steve Nettle showed everyone that the course was easy, winning the second division as well as the monthly medal with a net of 70 off the stick.
Leigh Gosling was second for this division with 72.
First division was won by John Kenny with 72 while Tim Branford was runner up with 74.
The NTP winners were Ann Middleton, Andrew Jenkins, and John Kenny.
TUESDAY, JULY 7
The ladies have started their official winter program with the Joan Morgan/Elaine Foster stroke plus the least number of putts competition.
Jill Furnell and Pat Hurrell were on fire both producing stableford points of 39 with Furnell winning on a count back.
Just a reminder that there are two starting times, names in by 9am for hit off at 9.30am or names in by 12 noon for hit off at 12.30pm.
THURSDAY, JULY 9
Twenty six men competed in a stableford.
Division One was won on a count back by Mick Kenny from David Sims, both on 35.
Steve Nettle continues his good form in Division Two, winning with 36 points from Geoff Morgan with 35.
The NTP winners were Tom Kenny and Matt Parks while Willem Rammers won the NAGA ball.
(John Murchison) has been a great worker for our golf club being responsible for our current watering system amongst other things.
SUNDAY, JULY 12
Twenty four players competed in a stroke round plus a team event.
Tim Branford produced a great round of 70, which considering the wet course and a handicap of six is a great effort, to win the first division.
Phil Siviour was runner up with 75.
Nathan McAuliffe was chuffed with his round of net 73 to win the second division while Leigh Gosling continued to hit straight taking out second prize with 75.
The NTP winners were Jude Cain, Ian Beeby and Tim Branford, who also won the team event with 'Beebs'.
Robert Prout was the NAGA winner.
Ian 'Beebs' Beeby is off to sunny Darwin for a few weeks, enjoy the sunshine.
Just a reminder to any interested golfers, our program is on www.coffinbaysportingclub.com.
Just sometimes have to click on program twice to open it.
It is with great sadness that we farewell John Murchison.
He has been a great worker for our golf club being responsible for our current watering system amongst other things.
Thanks John, you will be sadly missed.