Still time to make a final dash

Crunch time for twilight golfers.
Crunch time for twilight golfers.

TWILIGHT GOLF 

THINGS are tight in all but the fourth division of this year’s summer-long twilight golf competition.

Teams in position one through six all still have a chance to make the final Sunday, so get all rounds in keeping in mind the Pro-am runs this weekend.

This last round runs from now right through to next Friday night on March 31 due to the Pro-am in the middle.

Team captains will be notified as soon as possible following the tallied results.

Those in the top four will play-off two days later in the finals.

Last week’s player of the round was Michael Rombola with 31 nett who won on a countback over Jock O’Connell.

Both finished just ahead of Ray Gough and Justin Smith who had four under 32s. 

The ball comp got out to 35.

Balls Deep and the Bald Eagles were the best performed teams of round 21 only just breaking the nett team Par of 180.

The championship division, division two and three are as close as possible and will come down to the last shot.

The top four in Division four may as well pencil it in.

In case of a tie for the fourth and final spot in the finals a countback will determine the result.

The countback winner will be the team who has the lowest team total for the last round (22) and so on if needed.

The semi-finals and grand final of the twilight golf competition will be held on April 2. 

YANCO SOCIAL GOLF 

YANCO social golfers played a 4BBB multiplier on Sunday. 

The event winners on the day were N Rendina and P Fraser with 68. 

A Bush and S Smith were the runners-up on 53. 

Nearest the pins: V Burton (4th and 15th) and Bush. 

Bush also took out the open drive and chip honours on the day. 

The ball competition went to Burton and S Jablonskis. 

There will be no Yanco social golf this weekend due to the Pro-am. 

The weekend after the April monthly medal will be held for Yanco social golfers.