Ten men contested a stroke round with a putting competition as well on Wednesday. He won again playing off 13 off the white tees, he scored a net 68 to win by 2 strokes from Club Captain Gary Pollard(7) with a net 70. NTP was Peter Johnston and you guessed it, he won the putting competition with 21 putts!!!
15 golfers contested the medal stroke competuition on Saturday. Peter Johnston(17) with a nett 70 won from Brian Simmons(12) with 73. Gary Pollard(9) with 73 was 3rd.
Martin, Alan, Jonathon and Jeff
Brian, Gary and Rob
Neil, John and Michael
Brian Simmons won the NTP on the 14th and Jonathon Fisher won the Club Award. Peter Johnston won the Putting with 28 putts on CB from Gary Pollard.
Peter savioring the win
Ten men took to the course amid the fog, with Yea Golf Club Captain Gary Pollard (9) with a score of +2, playing excellent golf to win the midweek competition at Royal Yea. Second and still in form with square was Robert O’Halloran(14). Robert must have had excellent value and fine lessons from Michael Waghorn, the local golf pro, as he results have skyrocketed over the last month.
There was no NTP on the 11th and the Club Award was won on CB by Jeff Aurisch from Peter Johnston.
Brian Simmons(12) with 36 points won the stableford competition on Saturday. In second place was our inform golfer with 33 points on CB, Robert O’Halloran from third BruceKindred(28)). Rob’s combined tally of 71 points over the two rounds saw him win the Prideaux Cup. There was no NTP on the 11th and the Club Award was Won by Jonathon Fisher.
A field of thirteen men contested a stableford competition on Wednesday. Scoring 36 points and now playing off a handicap of 15, he won by 5 points from Martin Lowe(14) with 31. Third on CB was Michael Spagnolo (10) from Bruce Kindred (28) on 30. Martin was NTP on the second and the Club Award was won by Wombat.
He has now won the last three club events played on Saturdays and Wednesdays.
footnote: He is Robert O’Halloran.
Robert O’Halloran(16) with a fine 38 points won the stableford competition at Royal Yea on Saturday. He also won midweek as well. Second was Terry Chaplin(19) on 33 points on CB from Carl Maffei(25) third. Carl won NTP on the 2nd and Bill Dredge won the Club Award.
Sixteen men were contesting the first round of the Prideaux Cup and it was also the special draw of Chook lotto; Peter Keast winning the golf lesson and Malcolm Bett the money.
Eight men contested the stableford competition at Royal Yea on Wednesday. Winner was Peter Johnston(16) with 36 points. Runner-up was Allan Thatcher(18) with 33 points. Martin Lowe was NTP on the 18th and Jeff Aurisch held on to win the Club Award.
Peter Johnston and Carl Maffei on Wednesday.
Michael Spagnolo(11) with a brilliant 75 off the stick blitzed the field to record 42 stableford points on Saturday. It was his finest round played at Yea. There were 15 men competing in the first round of the N.J. Murray Trophy at Royal Yea.
Second with 36 points was new comer Brian Simmons(13). With 36 points followed by Rob O’Halloran(16) with 35. NTP on the 14 th was Michael and Peter Keast secured the Club Award.
Yea Ladies Golf
This Wednesday we played a stroke round for the Monthly Medal, 2nd round of the Silver Spoon and 1st round of the Mona McLeod event. We also had a putting competition. Eleven ladies enjoyed the clear Yea morning. We also had 4 players out there enjoying 9 holes.
The winner of the day with an excellent 70 nett was Marj Gouldthorpe.
Runner up on 75 was Di Elliot on a countback from Laraine Callander.
Adrianne Anglin won the putting with 28 putts.
Our pennant team travelled to Alexandra to play in thick fog last Monday. Conditions on the course were good but we were beaten on the day by Seymour, 3.5 to 1.5.
Royal Yea Golf Course with a field of 12 men on Wednesday, started play at 8:30am with no fog! Bob Glenister (7) with a nett 73 won the day on CB from Rob O’Halloran (17). Rob won the putting competition with a astounding 24 putts and also claimed the NTP on the 14th. Bill Dredge fought hard and narrowly won the Club Award.
Allan Thatcher and Bob Glenister
Good to see new member Allan Thatcher amongst the group on Wednesday.
Bruce in the woods?
Bruce Kindred had his ups and downs on the day but his par on the long par 4 17th was highlighted by a great putt.