SINGLETON VETERANS GOLF Monday 11th Nov 2019.
A field of 27 men and 3 ladies teed off in the Stableford event.
Men’s Winner: with a score of 39 points was Henry Wilson
Men’s runner up: with a score of 39 points was Michael Tanner
Men’s third place: with a score of 39 points was Des Wake
Ladies Winner: with a score of 33 points was Helen Castledine
N.T.P. 2nd/11th Men (Tony Janssen GIO) Trevor Lambley
Ladies (Hello World) Lois Brooker
6th/15th Men (Molly’s Seafood) Garry Croker
Ladies (Singleton Bulk Landscaping) Helen Castledine
9th/18th Men (Thomas Tender Meats) Brian Payton
Ladies (Shaddock Real Estate) Helen Castledine
Encouragement Award: went to Brian Coe (27)
Ball Comp Winners Men: 34 points to receive a ball.
Noel Boyce 38, Gary Edwards 38, Bob Fry 38, Brian Edwards 37, Terry Everett 37, Jim Coward 35, Gary Croker 35, Bob Peters 34, Kerry Wild 34.
Ball Comp Winners Ladies: 32 points to receive a ball.
Jayne Tanner 32.
This year’s Chad Rooney Cup is being played on Monday the 18th of November. It was one of last year’s biggest Veteran golfer’s events and should continue to be so this year. All Singleton Veteran golfers are encouraged to support the day.
Backy takes Shed 33 Mug in a tight finish.
Last Saturday’s individual Stroke event at the Singleton Golf Club was the Shed 33 Monthly Mug. Thanks go to Arne Coulston for his continued support of this event.
Kerry Baxter turned back the clock to fire a hot nett score of 64 to take out the coveted Mug. His nett score had him winning by a margin of just 1 stroke from Hardy Blasko. Backy’s 82 off the stick also won the B grade scratch prize.
Mick Williams took out the A grade nett with a fine 66. A full 3 shots in arrears was Visitor Michael Orvad with a 69. The A grade scratch prize was awarded to the club’s junior champion Ethan Van Zyl.
Alex Mitchell was B grade’s easy winner despite shooting an even par 69. Garry Croker climbed into second place a full 3 strokes further back with his 72 nett.
The C grade nett and scratch winner was Hardy Blasko with a great score of 85 nett 65. Rick Madden continued with his fine form returning a score of 66 to take away the runner up prize.
With the greens in such good shape it was surprising to see that 27 putts was the day’s best in the secret 9 event. Michael Williams was the best with 27 putts. The next three were Nick Cain (27), Dave Garland (27), and Wayne Taylor (27).
The time sheet for this Saturday’s competition is on the touch screen now. With the course in such great shape we’re sure to have a good field so get entered now to avoid any disappointment.