Ramping up for last round before twilight finals start

AIM AND FIRE: Aaron Bush from Yanco plays a round of golf at the Leeton course recently. The twilight competition is ramping up ahead of finals. Photo: Ron Arel

AIM AND FIRE: Aaron Bush from Yanco plays a round of golf at the Leeton course recently. The twilight competition is ramping up ahead of finals. Photo: Ron Arel

TWENTY rounds into the twilight competition and numbers are still strong, with 180 starters last week. 

Ray Marks has returned to form to be named player of the week with a seven under par 29 nett. 

Other notable rounds came from Graeme Dale, who scorched the track with a five under par 31 off the bat.

Chris Butler also broke the scratch par of 36 with a brilliant 34 whacks giving him a nett 30.

“Rosco” Cantrill and Lyle Marshall had 31s and a host of players scored 32s, including Rachael Bush and Peter Whyatt from the Wannabees.

The Wannabees were the team of the round with a late season low nett score of 166, which is the best team total post Christmas.

The ball comp cut off was again nett 34 or better.

Team scores are now hidden although “team positions” are shown until preliminary rounds finish when week 22 is completed at 6pm on March 31.

Remembering that the final round 22 goes for 12 days through the Pro-Am period.

The final round will go from March 20 to March 31 for all players.

Teams that are in the top four of their division will then play-off two days later in the semi and grand finals on April 2. 

Currently leading the twilight competition standings are the Munchausens (division one), the Nob Trains (division two), Men at Work (division three) and Hi-Tec Floggers (division four). 

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