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PORT FAIRY GOLF CLUB NEWS from 26 April, 2012

Well have we seen the last of the great golfing weather? However the last week of excellent conditions gave us some results to match the weather. We started with the Pro Comp on Wednesday with Ed Hilliard with a nett 66 streeting the field to win comfortably from Bill Leddin with 70 nett.

The ladies then teed it up on Thursday with Di Gordon following her 54 hole nett championship win with 3 up taking the prize from Vi Fenwick with 1 up. While in B Grade Lena Hammond with 3 up just edged out Julie Carter with 2 up who has alos been in good form during the Championships. C Grade gave us the best score of the day with Helen Gleeson 6 up from Rhonda Hasell.

On Saturday the good scores continued to flow with Evan McLaren taking out A Grade with a 69 nett narrowly from Colin Greene who had a 70 nett. B Grade was won by Kevin Cameron with a 68 nett equal best score for the day, from Stephen Ager with a 70 nett. Richard McCrae took out C Grade with another 68 nett from Richard Walter who had a 69 nett.  The womens event was won by Kate Holcombe who was home for the weekend with a 68 nett on a count back from Kate Stuchbery. The juniors was won by Fraser Marriss with a 69 nett.

Junior golfers are reminded that a one hour long junior clinic is held every Saturday at 3.00 pm. A great way to improve your game and have fun at the same time.

Port Fairy Golf Club is currently offering a pro rata membership until December for $375-00 or if you live more than 40 kms from the Golf Club a Country Membership will cost you $315-00.  Contact Kerry Bond our Club Manager on (03) 5568 1654 if you are interested.

 

PORT FAIRY GOLF CLUB NEWS from 19 April, 2012

Beautiful golfing weather continues which makes for an enjoyable time regardless of the flight patterns of the little white ball.  It has been flying straight and true for some with Chris Dunn winning A grade on Saturday with a solid 39 points from a two handicap.  Peter Robertson won B grade with 36 pts and Anthony Johnson fired a stirling 45 points to win C grade.

Liam Walder was the best of 97 players on Wednesday to take out the Pro Comp with a fine score of 43 points.

The women’s competition on Thursday saw Di Robinson continue her excellent form of the last few weeks to register a fine 44 point round from a handicap of nine.

Work will start on the excavations at the new cart shed site on Monday and at the same time a restructure of the rear one-third of the ninth green will take place. This will obviously have some impact on play and members are requested to have patience and take care when playing the ninth.

Recently there has been a number of occasions when members have complained about various matters directly to ground staff.  This behaviour is forbidden.  Complaints of any nature should be directed to the Club Manager, Kerry Bond, or if they concern the condition of the course to Greens Chairperson, Bruce Leishman.  Thank you.

Junior golfers are reminded that a one hour long junior clinic is held every Saturday at 3.00 pm and also that membership fees for under 14 year old golfers are only $25 per annum.

 

PORT FAIRY GOLF CLUB NEWS from 12 April, 2012

This week of golf started with perfect weather conditions enjoyed on Tuesday by the new ladies which was taken out by Ann Rendell. Then on Wednesday saw Kevin Johnson take advantage of the conditions with a wonderful score of plus 6 just edging out Adrian Crosier with plus 5.

Thursday was the final round of the ladies championships and a great tussle it was with the 3rd round leaders trying to hold onto their advantage.  The weather was absolutely perfect for golf and Di Robinson 74 (10) 64 and Helen Rix 85 (26) 59 took full advantage. However they would both come up just short of their quest to be named Club Champion in their respective grades. In A Grade Anne Dwyer steadied on the 16th to make par and hold off the fast finishing Di Robinson, who equalled her own course record of 74. The B Grade championship was won by Beryl Duncan who had set up a commanding lead over the first 3 rounds. While the C Grade champion had to be decided by a play-off which was a close affair but Julie Carter held her nerve to win. Congratulations to all club champions.

Also on Thursday there were two day events: the stroke event of the day was won by Helen Rix with a superb 85 (26) 59 nett from Di Robinson with 74 (10) 64 nett. The stableford event was won narrowly by Mary Graham 36 points from Peg Nitschke 35 points.

Then by Saturday the weather had started to turn with the more familiar winds returning to test the golfing skills of all. This did not have a great affect as the scores as Robert Sherwood winning A Grade with a 67 nett followed closely by Gerard Lynch with a 68 nett.  B Grade was won by Neil Ferguson with a great score of 63 nett from Greg Bacon with a 66 nett. C Grade was a another close one with Tiger Wettenhall 68 nett narrowly beating John O’Sullivan with a 69 nett.  Kate Holcombe was the best of the ladies with 65 nett from Anne Dwyer with 70 nett.

Then on Monday with wind, rain and the occasional patch of sunshine the Social Club played a 4BBB Stableford event with 31 players braving the weather. The winners David Newton and Anthony Wright survived to record a winning score of 42 points from Jay Everall and C Eales with 40 points on a count back.   

Junior golfers are reminded that a one hour long junior clinic is held every Saturday at 3.00 pm. All juniors are welcome and it is a great way to improve your game and have fun.

The June Long Weekend flyers are out and available from the clubhouse. With over $2000 worth of trophies up for grabs be sure to have your entries in early so you don’t miss out.  The 3 day tournament with start on the Saturday with a Stroke round for both men and women, then Sunday there is a 4BBB for men and a Mixed Pinehurst and then Monday will be an individual Stableford event for both men and women.

 

PORT FAIRY GOLF CLUB NEWS from 5 April, 2012

What great weather for golf we have had this week.  We started with the Pro Comp on Wednesday with Luke Dwyer with 39 points winning on a count back from Graeme Carbury.

The ladies then faced up on Thursday to superb conditions and Anne Dwyer took full use with a gross 77 nett 69 to win A Grade from Di Robinson. While in B Grade Karen Conlan was the winner with gross 90 nett 67 narrowly defeating Gail Lowen. C Grade was taken out by Pauline Pennings who continues to feature in the results with a gross 108 nett 68 from Helen Greene with a gross 101 nett 71. This was also the monthly medal which was won by Karen Conlan.

Saturday saw some close results with all grades being decided by countbacks, Gerard Lynch 37 points won A Grade on a count back from John McIlroy. B Grade was won by Greg Cracknell 38 points from Michael Johnston. Ian Still took out C Grade with a great score of  42 points from Gordon Duff.  The womens event was won by Joanna Flaherty 38 points from Mary Anscombe 36 points. The juniors was won by Noah Best with 35 points from Brayden McConnell 29 points.

Junior golfers are reminded that a one hour long junior clinic is held every Saturday at 3.00 pm. A great way to improve your game and have fun at the same time.

The week was finished off with the veterans showing off their skill on Monday with Kevin Johnson taking out A Grade with 38 points from Evan McLaren with 37 points on a countback from Rod Maher. B Grade was won by the evergreen Les Christie with 37 points from Tony Eccles just one shot back on 36 points.

 

 



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