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February 09, 2018

COBRAM-BAROOGA

TUESDAY VETERANS

Tuesday, January 30 veterans played on the old course in a par event.

Barry Gook continued his fine form to win the A-grade scoring one-up in this par round. Runner-up was Colin Rankin with three-down.

Kevin Keating also continued to play well with his win in B-grade of two-up. Coming in square was Hans Vandenburg to be B-grade runner-up.

The veterans’ aggregate points for the golfer of the year this week went to Kevin Keating with four points, Barry Gook three points, Hans Vandenburg two points and one point to Lindsay Fenner.

Noel Milligan kept his aim straight to win nearest-the-pin on the eighth, Trevor Sutton on the 12th and the 17th hole by Frank Vogel.

Balls down the line went to four-down.

WEDNESDAY WOMEN

On Wednesday, January 31 the women played a stroke event on the west course.

The 48 women enjoyed the slightly cooler weather to compete in the event.

Helen Adkins, playing off a handicap of 27, won the A-grade with a nett 75.

Nancy Cope (smiley) had an even bigger smile after winning B-grade with her nett 74.

Nearest the pins were won by Marg Majernik and Jenny Tom.

Balls down the line: three to 75 nett, two to 78 and one ball to 80 nett.

WEDNESDAY SUPER VETS

Wednesday’s event was nine hole stroke on the old course with 13 players competing, which saw Norm Elliott victorious on a nett 35.

Balls to 40 nett went to John Dobbie, Graeme Landy, Peter Buller, Bill Hoog and Alan Haddrell. Giulianas Prize was won by Peter Spalding.

Next week is to be played on the back nine of the west course at 8.30am.

THURSDAY

Thursday’s four-ball best-ball stableford multiplier was played on the old course. The event attracted 92 players.

There was a bit of pressure on your partner to at least make one point to enable you to score.

No arguments in this household tonight, husband and wife Gai and Michael Mitchelson teamed up to blitz the field with a combined score of 87 points, leading the rest of the field by five points.

So with 82 points, Jack Florance and Connor Ryan were the runner-ups.

Nearest the pins were won by Joe Hrdina, Doug Pocknee, Steve Conrick and Noel Milligan. Gai Mitchelson also won the 17th for the women.

Balls: 77 points were rewarded with three balls each, 66 points two balls and 61 points one ball.

SATURDAY

Saturday, February 3 double par was played on the old course.

Two pluses on the hole were rewarded to those that would have normally scored four stableford points, but all three-grade winners handed in an honest score without the bonus.

Winners were Will Power with five-up for A-grade, Paul Aston B-grade with six-up and five-up for Kevin Keating to win C-grade.

Nearest-the-pins: A-grade winner Will Power also won the sixth and eighth holes, with the eighth being the money hole for the day. Dale Casley took out the 12th and Ray Toy the 17th.

Balls down the line: four balls to four-up, three balls to two-up, two balls to square and one ball to one-down.

Liz Baldwin won the women’s with two-up. Rhonda Rettke and Dianne Pearce both won nearest the pins. Two-down were rewarded with two balls and one ball to the women who came in three-down.

SUNDAY

Sunday’s medley stableford on the west course saw 28 players with the men’s winner Vic Willmoth coming in with 38 points.

Heather Aston had 37 points to win the women’s event.

Matt Toohey was runner-up for the men also with 38 points after losing the countback.

Three balls went to 36 points, two balls to 35 points and one ball to 33 points.

SUNDAY SLOMEN

The back nine on the west course was the venue for a nine hole stroke event.

The event was sponsored by Justin Munro.

Bruce Haley was the A-grade winner after a countback to Norm Elliott with 37 nett. With 36 nett Max Harrison won the B-grade.

Nearest the pins were won by Ryan Medcraft and Roy Hart. The longest drive was won by the sponsor Justin Munro.

Balls went to R. Thomas, J. Munro and N. Elliott.

John Dobbie who is normally named at the top of the results won the NAGA today.

This week is a stroke round on the front nine of the old course.

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