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The annual Police and Community Day was held on Monday and a field of 86 players contested the team of four Ambrose event. The weather was a little suspect early in the morning however the afternoon was fine and an entertaining game of golf was had by all. There were a number of inexperienced golfers in the field and some rather rusty equipment and interesting swings were on display. Ultimately the team of Wally Sheehan, Noel Sheehan, Gary Chisolm, and Gavin Chisolm won the event with a fine nett score of 532/8. Many thanks to all the organisers and support staff for a well run event that will benefit a local charity by several thousand dollars.

Mark Lewis was the best of the men on Saturday posting a solid 40 point round to win A grade while Anne Williams scored 41 points to win the women’s section. Tony Revell registered a 40 point round in Wednesday’s Pro Comp for the second week in a row and won the event on count back from Norm Preston.

Mary Robertson and Helen Dwyer both had excellent rounds of plus 3 on Thursday to win B and C grades in the women’s Par competition.



On Thursday Anne Dwyer shot a solid 84 to clinch her eighth women’s club championship by 10 shots from Di Robinson who also shot an 84. Another remarkable performance by Anne. The B grade title went to Jean Wilson who also won by 10 shots and in a close tussle for C grade honours Chris Hayes defeated Ros Saunders by three shots. In the day’s handicap event Eda Ritchie posted a nett 72 to defeat Denise Harman on count back and win A grade while Edna Halliwell and Dawne Barker were successful in B and C grades.

Neil Cahill was the star male golfer for the week winning the Pro comp and the Chicken run on Wednesday and following up with another win in the Veteran’s event on Monday. Neil followed up his excellent 43 point round in the Pro comp with a rock solid 40 points in the Vets that included a nearest the pin on the 8th.

In Saturday’s Stableford event Peter Keane and Dan Oakley both had 42 points to be the best golfers on the day with Peter winning B grade on count back. Peter Langley won A grade and C grade went to N. Johnston.

The selection panel’s recommendation for the Club Manager’s position was accepted by the Committee at their meeting on Thursday night and our congratulations go to respected club member Fred Chatfield who will step into the chair on Friday. Well done Fred and best wishes for the future.

The annual Police and Community day kicks off on Monday and anyone hoping to play needs to get their name down ASAP.



The women have completed three rounds of their 2013 Championship and the situation is looking very familiar with Anne Dwyer leading the field by a comfortable margin from Di Robinson. In B grade Jean Wilson has her nose slightly in front of Beryl Duncan and in C grade Ros Saunders leads the way. There was a solid field of 52 for the stroke round on Thursday where Jill Rasmussen turned in a nett 71 for best score of the day and a narrow win over three others who scored nett 72’s.

On Saturday Andrew Shimmin won A grade with a fine Nett 67. John Smith triumphed in B grade while Rick Wesley was the best of the C graders. Best round of the day was posted by Ann Rendell, a stunning nett 64, and Matt Cameron was the best junior with a gross 86 and a nett 74.

Evergreen Aub Lake won the money in Wednesday’s Pro comp with a solid 40 point round that was two better than the 38 posted by Paul Hutchings.

Interviews for the Club Manager’s position were completed on Monday and the result should be known soon.

The concreting of the approach area to the entrance of the new shed has also been completed.



The weather was somewhat kinder for the women during the second round of their championships on Thursday. Anne Dwyer followed up her first round 86 with an excellent 80 and is well clear of the field. She also won the monthly medal with a nett score of 71, only needed 26 putts and posted the best gross round of the day. An outstanding performance. Rosalie Bunge won B grade with a nett 73 and Ros Saunders triumphed in C grade with a 75.

A strong field of 152 players contested Saturday’s Stableford round. Zeb Armstrong won A grade with a solid 40 point round and Dave Newton equalled that score to win C grade. Leon Cook just won in B grade with 35 points on count back.

Don Pevitt was the best of a smallish field of 76 in Wednesday’s Pro comp pipping Steve Greenwood on count back with 37 points.

The Social Day 4BBB Stableford event on Easter Monday was won by Denver and Sam Artz with 45 points.
Concreting work around the new shed was underway on Tuesday and should be completed soon and interviews for the Club manager position will begin this week.

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