Home' The Great Southern Star : June 21st 2016 Contents PAGE 52 - “THE STAR” Tuesday, June 21, 2016
SPORT | GOLF
SPORT | GOLF
THE Tom Welsford Open 4BBB Sta-
bleford Championship was contested
on Saturday in ideal conditions with
the course in excellent condition con-
sidering the recent rain.
The winners in a countback with
41 points was the team Leroy Shar-
rock and Bryan Sword.
DTL balls went down to 39
points by countback and were won by
the teams of Rod Hopcroft and Brett
Windsor, Barry Stevens and Andy
Bassett, Donald Smith and John Dal-
ton, Peter Hartigan and Peter Stivic,
Kevin Castwood and Ray Burton, Ian
Watson and John Fraser and David
Forbes and Henry Sedelies.
NTPs were Frank Gill on the
fourth hole, Greg Welsford on the
seventh, Norm Hughes on the 14th
and Garry Carcour on the 16th
Thursday’s 4BBB Stableford
Multiplier was generously sponsored
Voyage Fitness Centres in Wonthaggi
Easy winners with a very good
score of 76 points was the team of
Michael Thomas and Norm Hughes.
They were 14 points clear of their
nearest rivals Robert Smith and Ian
Barlow who had 62 points and re-
Other ball winners were Andrew
Smith, Peter Walsh, Wendy-Anne
Parker, Greg Paine, Geoff Maher and
NTPs were Michael Thomas on
the fourth hole, Ian Barlow on the 14th
and Keith Finney on the 16th
On the previous Tuesday, 57 golf-
ers contested a Stableford competi-
tion in which Russell Williams took
out the A Grade event with 36 points.
B Grade was won by Merv Stubbs
with 38 points in a countback and Ted
Bruinewoud took out C Grade with
NTPs were Frank Gill on the
fourth hole, Russell Williams on the
seventh, Allan Edney on the 14th and
David Forbes on the 16th
DTL balls were awarded to Ian
Barlow, Allan Edney, David Child,
Joe Lowell, Greg Welsford, John
Payne, Bill Bittlemann, Robert Smith,
Peter Horman, Will Norden, Ian Bak-
er, Norm Hughes and Frank Gill.
The 2016 Esplanade Hotel Inver-
loch Super League event concluded
this week with the second week of the
final being played.
The event was won by the under-
dog Cats team who upstaged the pre-
viously undefeated Hawks.
Entering the second week of
competition with a handy, but not in-
surmountable lead, the Cats answered
THIS week was a strong week of
golf at Meeniyan Golf Club with
50 players taking to the course over
three days of competition.
The club was pleased to see
Jimmy Cusack back at the club and
actually playing on Thursday and
Johnny Dumont also popped by
for a game on Thursday as did Bill
Pratt on Tuesday, fresh from a Kim-
berley adventure. Word has it that
Col Graeme went round the front
nine in par figures on Saturday and
president Paul just missed the green
in two on the 18th.
Quite a few green fee players
made the most of the long weekend
and got in a game on Sunday and
Competition results for the
Tuesday, June 14: Stableford.
Winner: Bill Pratt (33) 34 points.
Runner up: Winston Rielly (30) 32
points on a count back. NTP: Frank
Peile. Best nine: Daryle Gregg 19
Thursday, June 16: Stableford.
Winner: Bob McGeary (16) 40
points. Runner up: Peter Wilson (5)
36 points.NTP: second Rod Mat-
thews and 14th Bob McGeary. Best
nine: John Hyett 19 points.
Saturday, June 18: 4BBB Sta-
bleford. Winners: Bruce Betts/Col
Stewart. NTP: eighth Matt Van
Boven. Down the line: Col Graeme/
Jeff Wilson, 42 on a count back, Bri-
an Dewar/Frank Peile 42 and Alan
Kuhne/Matt Van Boven 42 points.
Pro pin: 11th Bob McGeary.
THURSDAY results: Competition: Stableford. June 16:
Day winner: Stu Henning (7) 36 points.
DTLs: Chris Long 35, Charlie LePage 33 and Connor
Williams 32. NTP 16th: John McFarlane.
Competition: Stableford – Drummonds Golf Day.
June 18: Day winner (A Grade): Mark Heiberg (12) 38
points. Winner B Grade: Richie Robbins (17) 36 points.
Ladies winner: Jess Clark. DTLs: Terry Bradshaw 36,
John Blunsden 35, Tom Whitelaw 34 and Tom Traill 34.
Second shot NTP first hole: Mal Payne. NTP: Fourth:
Terry Bradshaw, Sixth: Simon Duff, 13th: Scott Blencowe
, 16th: Jed Alexander
Next week is Stableford.
Doris Chambers winners: Sue Traill and Chris Gunn,
28 points. Runners-up: Freeda Nair and Mary Beruld-
son, 22 points. NTP: Chris Gunn on the fourth and Wendy
Gervasi on the 16th
MONDAY, June 13: Stableford, Winner: Jake Chaseling
38 points. NTP: sixth Graeme Watkins and 15th Stuart
Canning. DTL: Robin Smith 32 points, Clarke Gray 31
points and John Stone 30 points.
Tuesday, June 14: Stableford.
Winner: Paul Spencer 34 points.
NTP: sixth Norm Cooper and 15th none. DTL: Norm
Cooper 33 points and Nev Thompson 32 points.
Wednesday, June 15: Par
A Grade: Sue Wylie -5. B Grade: Alayne McKenzie
-7. NTP: sixth Beth Curram and 17th Sue Wylie. DTL:
Barb Britten -5, Beth Curram -5 and Mary Ellis -6.
Thursday, June 16: Stableford.
Winner: Dave Hutchinson 36 points. NTP: sixth none
and 15th N. Cooper. DTL: Nev Thompson 35 points, Ray
Prain 35 points and Clarke Gray 32 points.
17th: Nine Holes / Chook Run.
Saturday, June 18: Stableford. A Grade: Peter Dight
37points c/b. B Grade: Trent Price 39 points. NTP: Peter
Dight, Steve Reid, Kevin Flett, John Mathers and Trent
Price. DTL: Dave Hutchinson 37 points, Stuart Canning
37 points, Tony Vanin 37 points and Pat McKay 34 points
c/b. Ladies: Pam Witheridge 29 pointsc/b. NTP: Robyn
Galloway. DTL: Robyn Galloway 29 points.
ON Saturday, June 18, Woorayl Golf Club members
played a stableford round kindly sponsored by club mem-
bers Jack Howard, Steve Hannon, George Johnson and
The course is starting to get a bit damp in spots; how-
ever a good field of 45 players stepped out to try their
The A Grade winner with the best score of the day was
Ash Turner with a well constructed 42 points.
B Grade was a tight contest with Mick Herrald just
getting over the line on a count back from Troy Williams
and Craig Hall all with 35 points.
After a tough day out in the foursomes last week the
C Grade winner this week bounced back into form rack-
ing up 38 points to take the chocolates. Well done to John
NTP: eighth B. Stubbs and 17th M. Herrald.
DTL – M. Grist 40, P. Burgess 38, J. Diaper 37, Dale
Burge 36, G. McKinnon 36, J. Baum 36, B. Stubbs 35, T.
Williams 35, and C. Hall 35 C/B from T. Martin.
Thursday’s competition winner was B. Fiek - 39
Next Saturday is the June monthly medal sponsored
by Thornton’s Bakery. Don’t forget to count your putts.
THE second round of the Perrett Family Foursomes Ag-
gregate was played on Wednesday, June 15 and the win-
ners of the daily event were Chris Perrett and Heather Sul-
livan with 78 net.
The overall winners of the Aggregate were Lois Young
and Jenny Riseley with 160 net.
BDL: Lois Young and Jenny Riseley with 80 nett and
Alice Campbell and Faye Maynard with 80.5 net.
Next week come along when a stableford event will
OUR nine hole midweek compe-
tition attracted 12 players and the
winner was B. Cornelis 18 points.
Balls down the line: A. Bow-
man, I. McDonald 37; J. Burke,
C. Wilkinson 36; G. Hewlett, K.
On Saturday we played stabl-
eford with a good field of 75 play-
A Grade winner was T. Sor-
rell 42 points, B Grade A. Geyer
39 points, C Grade J. Brann 42
Balls down the line: D. Wil-
liams 40, R. Yann 38, P. Young
37, J. Jordan, I. Baker, M. Foster,
K. Kilgour, J. Sartori, A. Yann, F.
Loughran, J. McEachern 36.
Nearest the pin: 2nd S. Sartori,
8th P. Young, 13th J. Sartori, 17th
I hope you all have a great
week and look forward to seeing
you all on the course soon.
THE event was the Doris
Chambers Tournament four-
somes stableford qualifying
day where the winners go to
Melbourne in October to com-
pete at the next level.
We had 11 pairs and this club
correspondent can report that ev-
THERE were 23 players on Saturday, June 18 for a
par (K.B.D.T.) competition.
A Grade: (3 hcp) T. O’Neill +1 on countback B.
Pope +1, N. Perks sq, P. Johnson sq.
B Grade: (19 hcp) J. Stein +1, R. Crawford -2 .
Encouragement award: M. Garnham -9 .
Nearest the pin: 1st R. Gallagher, 7th L. Guil-
foyle, 10th Tim O’Neill, 13th M. Webb.
Tuesday’s winner was R. Ludenia 37 pts and
Thursday’s winner R. Rees 36 pts.
LAST Wednesday the final of the McLaren Me-
morial Fourball Knockout was played in cool condi-
The winning pair of Lyn McIvor (19) and Marg
Young (23) defeated Barb Walker (20) and Marg
Harper (32) by four and three.
All other players also competed in a Fourball with
Jenny Blackmore and Pam Eyers were the win-
ners with 31 points on a countback from Judy Webb
and Merissa Cosson.
Lyn McIvor had the closest shot to the pin on
the first hole.
Next week is the 27 hole Foursomes Champion-
ship following the seeded timesheet.
On Saturday again the weather discouraged any
Fitness awards: from left, Wendy Parker (A Grade) and
Glenyce McRobert (B Grade) flanked by representa-
tives from Voyage Fitness Leongatha and Wonthaggi Mel
Meade and Mary Anne Pannuccio.
every challenge the Hawks threw at
them during the midweek and then
powered away on Saturday to win
138 points to 131; a thoroughly de-
The winning Cats team com-
prised Doug Clemann, Wendy Park-
er, Colin Bear, Coral Gray, Neale
Gillin, Ian Barlow, George Misson
and Jim Arnott.
The star of the Cats team in the
final was Ian Barlow who shot a
great 38 points on Tuesday and fol-
lowed it up with a 35 on Thursday
for good measure. For his best score
of the final Ian has won the Espla-
nade Hotel Voucher.
The team scores showed the
Cats 138 (Ian Barlow 38, Wendy
Parker 34, Doug Clemann and
Colin Bear 33 each) defeating the
Hawks 131 (Jan Brownlie and Joe
Lowell 34 each, Ian Watson 32 and
Jon Smith 31).
The members of the winning
Cats and runner up Hawks teams
will be presented with their prizes at
the Super League presentation night
at the Clubhouse on Friday night.
In addition to this, the winners
of the Col and Nancy Sperling
Awards for the best male and fe-
male players of the competition will
be announced and rewarded.
The club thanked Dylan Clark
of the Esplanade Hotel Inverloch
for his support of the event.
The vouchers he provided for
the best player of the round added
interest to the competition.
VOYAGE Fitness of Leongatha and
Wonthaggi provided the sponsor-
ship for the Par event last week.
Representatives from both
Wonthaggi and Leongatha spoke
to the members and distributed free
day passes to all present, while the
winners received generous vouchers
to use at the gymnasium.
Wendy Parker was the recipient
of one of the vouchers, winning A
Grade with -2.
Glenyce McRobert had an ex-
cellent +3 to win C Grade and a
Voyage Fitness voucher.
Down the line balls were won
by Marg Griffiths +1, Jill Steer
square, Louise Schache -1, Lianne
Adamson, Jan Brownlie and Shirley
Welsford -2 and Dot Stubbs -3 on a
count back from five others.
Nearest the pins were won by
Toni West on the fourth (second
shot), Wendy Parker on the seventh
(second shot) and Trish Owen on
Jan Birrell won the nine hole
competition with 17 points with
Gwen Chapman receiving a ball
down the line with 16 points.
Saturday, June 18th
, 4BBB Sta-
Winners: Marg Griffiths and
Wendy Parker 37 points.
Down the line: Karen Bear and
Karen Gelley (Croydon GC) 36
Winning pair: Marg Young and Lynette
McIvor were the winners of the McLaren
Fourball Knockout last week at Korumburra
Stableford: Bill Pratt won
Winners: from left, Anne Walker and Leonie Bentick won
through to the next level of the Doris Chambers tourna-
ment at the Wonthaggi Golf Club on Wednesday and will
go on to compete in Melbourne.
eryone still seemed to be speak-
ing to each other at the end of the
The winners were sisters Anne
Walker and Leonie Bentick who
came in with 33 points.
They were closely followed by
runners up Irene Walsh and Cathe-
rine Bolding with 32 points. NTP:
Sara Beale on the second.
BDL: Robyn Wilkinson and
Chris Yann 31, Marg Johnson and
Maree Anderson 28; and Delores
Harvey and Marg Ryan 25, Anne
Tschiderer and Sara Beale 25.
girls from competing. Next Saturday will be Stabl-
Due to the wet course conditions, as of this week
the women’s events will be played on the winter
green course until further notice.
Saturday winners: Bruce Betts and Col Stewart won the
4BBB Stableford event.
Bob McGeary: won Thurs-
day’s Stableford event with
40 points at the Meeniyan
Links Archive June 15th 2016 June 28th 2016 Navigation Previous Page Next Page