Grenfell Golf News

Winners of the Handicap event in the Grenfell Men’s Open tournament last Sunday was the team (l) were the team of (l/r) Joel Conron, Marty Starr and Mark Troth with presenter Jim Wells.The weather was just right last weekend for Grenfell’s Open tournament and both events were well supported.
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On Saturday for the Scratch and Handicap 4 Ball Best Ball ten pairs participated and scores were indicative of the immaculate course served up by four main volunteers.

The winners of the scratch event were Paul Taylor and Craig McMahon with 34 points.

This was an excellent score for players playing off 13 and 11 respectively.

Second place in the scratch event was filled by Brian and Allan Kelly with 31 pts.

Tables were turned in the handicap division when Brian and Allan had a very good day with 50 points and Paul and Craig could only manage 47 points.

Dear oh Dear.

The ball competition went to 42 points less David and Phil Simpson and the nearest the pin was won by Peter Harris.

Scores were also very good on Sunday for the Open 3 Man Ambrose when sixteen teams lined up for the shotgun start.

The Scratch event resulted in a win on a count back for a team comprising Barry Bradtke, Paul O’Regan, and Jamie Logan over a team David and son Phill Simpson and Steve Grace, both teams having a 2 under 66.

In the handicap section Marty Starr, Joel Conron, and Mark Troth were successful with 56 5/6 net, Allan Logan, Steve Walker and Tim Bailey came second on 57 5/6 and third place was filled by Peter Mawhinney, Craig Johnson and John Grant 59 1/6.

The nearest the pin awards were won by Mark Troth on the 4th and Steve Galvin on the 9th.

It appears that Steve is still as good with the little ball as he is with the big ball.

Results were proficiently conducted by Captain Danny, offering congratulations to all the place getters and making special thanks to our Lady golfers in providing amenities both on the course and in the club.

He also extended thanks to our volunteer green keepers on behalf of all golfers present, Peter, Brian and Rob.

Well done to all concerned!!

The social golfers didn’t play last Sunday because of the open tournament but the Wednesday geriatrics had their usual stable ford.

Brian Brown, being the youngest, was also the best winning with 38 pts.

Peter Harris was the next best on 34 pts and Rob Holland came third on 31 pts.

Nearest the pin was Peter Harris and the ball comp went to 31 pts and better.

The programme for this weekend includes Greg Hughes trophy on Saturday and a medal round on Sunday.

For the following weekend a stable ford is scheduled for Saturday, July 21 and then on Sunday is the big 4 Ball championships.

Thirty-six holes starting at 9.30.

Nominations are not compulsory but would be appreciated for catering purposes.

Duty members for this Sundays Meat Market are Farren Stevens and C. Hancock.

Threeputt

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