Leeton golf news

LADIES’: Last Wednesday ladies had a strong field and played stableford. A Grade winner was Nola O’Reilly on 33 points. Runner up was Jenny Day, 31 points.  B Grade winner was Pam Bowyer, 34 points, and newcomer Robyn Retallick had 32 on a count back. 

Drive and chip: A Grade was Nola O’Reilly, B Grade Helen Webb, and C Grade Lynne Wood. Ball comp went to 31 points.

Last Saturday ladies had a stroke event and those that won a Monthly medal during the year competed in the medal of medallist.

The medallist winner with a great score was Kath Lamont with nett 65. Congratulations Kath.  A Grade winner was Janelle Sullivan, 74 on a count back.  B Grade winner was Kath Lamont 65 nett and runner-up was Chris Harrison 75 nett. 

Nearest the pins: 4th Janelle Sullivan, 13th Penny Hudson, and 15th Viv Burton. Ball comp went to 76 on a countback.

MEN’S: Wednesday wackers winner with a great score was Steve Webb with 40 points, and runner-up was Merv Jaensch 39 points. Nearest the pins: 4th C Fysh, 6th Bailey Stanmore, 13th Geoff McKenzie, and 15th Ross Cantrill.  Ball comp went to 36 on a count back.

Saturday Men played a 4BBB stabelford and the winners were  Frank Mercurie and Peter Fell on 49 points. Runners up were John McKenzie and Andy Thornburrow on 46 on a count back.

Individual winner was Jim Pilkington, 23, and runner up was Gordon Smith 22 on a count back.  Nearest the pins: 4th Scott Turner, 6th Jamie Brown, 13th Peter Fell, and 15th Tim Commins.

Drive and chip A Grade: Mark Del Gigante, B Grade Les Dedini, C Grade A Skinner.

Comp went to Geoff Dartnell and Greg Bowyer 45 points on a count back.

Presentation night is December 2 at 6.30pm. Poster on door at pro shop and in Leeton Soldiers Club.

VETS: Monday vets played a two ball aggregate stableford. First were Eric Hudson and Greg Bowyer and second went to Ron Bell and Joe Cassone. Best individual score was Ron Bell. Nearest the pin: 4th Barry Irvine and 13th John Martin.

Next Monday vets play stroke summer championships round one; captain Ron Bell.