A total of 234 players contested round 17 of the Twilight Golf Crash and Bash, with the Greatest of Great Men Adam O'Callaghan dominating the course with a 6 under Par nett 30.
It was only a fortnight ago that Owie showed up to play his regular Friday night bash with Balls Deep only to find that he was the only committed member that night. It was a low point but after some heavy group chat banter, the past champions all got to the course and witnessed the great man's "free clinic" as he striped them up the middle and onto the green with relative ease and was named this week's player of the round.
Other notables were Mick Doolin, Peter Taylor, Tiala Howe and Jen Pirrottina all on 31. Jaryd Pattison, Rod Emerson, Ross Farlow and Shastyn DiSalvia all on 32, with John Hindmarsh, Lisa O'Callaghan, Christine Wallace and Adriu Tagilila shooting 3 under 33s.
The ball cut off was 34.
Teams who deserve a mention start with a reinvigorated Dude, Where's My Par, who had the lowest score for the week with 168 total, its actually the lowest team total over the past month. The girls are strongly led by Jen Pirrottina and Cat Gray and the overall improvement from the start of the comp is amazing, congrats girls! The next best was Larry's Mate with 174, Waratah Wormburners 175, Guns n Roses 176 and a host of teams broke the team par 180. The little legends Mim's Minions are starting to show signs of fatigue falling to fifth in Division 2 so the Pro has decided to do shuttle runs at Junior Golf and not even pick up a single golf club.
The 2020 SunRice Pro-Am is just around the corner now and less than a month away. All Twilight players with Golf Australia handicaps are eligible to play and entries need to be handed in ASAP.