Saturday saw the October monthly medals finally decided over 18 holes with he same nine holes being played twice.
Sunday’s weather was an improvement but only a few golfers ventured out in the medley.
The Mixed Foursomes championships will be played at another time to be finalised.
Next Saturday we will hold a single event for the men and ladies, sponsored by Lyndsay Regan, Todd Shipton, Maurice Penson, Frank Lincoln, Phil Mitchell and South West Tractors.
On Sunday we are hosting a four person open Ambrose as a fund raiser for Hayley Anderson.
This an open event and we encourage support.
The day will start with a shot gun start a 10am.
Players who would like to support the day and don't have a team contact the pro. shop 6382 1543.
September 24 Stroke: Keith Simmons Engineering - Monthly Medal.
Medal Winners: A Grade Bill Oliver 68, B Grade Max Gilbert 69, C Grade Bailey Scott-Miller 63.
Elite Cup Scratch Winners: A Grade Bill Oliver 70, B Grade Mick Kentwell 84, C Grade- .Bailey Scott-Miller 81
Elegant Timber Shutters and Blinds Putting Competition: A Grade Bill Oliver 26, B Grade Max Gilbert 30, C Grade Patrick FitzGerald 30
Young Detailing Service NTPs seventh Gus Stinson, 18th - Daniel Cartwright
Keith Simmons Engineering NTPs, Not held due to hole closures.
Terry Bros Carpet Court Secret Birdie. First Hole, Bill Oliver. Ian Page Bricklaying card draw, Won by Alan "Wally" Wilder. Free membership referral won by David Hamblin.
September 25: Medley Stroke Club Trophies, First Wayne "Sid" Honeman 67 nett, second Bailey Scott-Miller 68 nett.
Balls went down to 68 nett.
September 25: Young Social Golf Club, Nine Holes Medley Stroke, first Kevin Baker 32 nett, second Sandy Pronk 35 nett, third Murray Hanley 36 nett.
Bradmans to Lloyd Foley 42.
Gobbles: First Allan Anderson, 14th - Jim Delahunty.
Play over Wednesday and Friday were cancelled due to bat weather.
The Gleneagles function centre at the golf club was buzzing on Friday night with about 140 attendng from the community to acknowledge Phil Cartwright and Leneve's (Phil's wife) contribution to the golf club and the community.
After 33 years Phil will hand over to the newly appointed professional Bryce Mawhinney in October.
The function was chaired by Mr Ian Page who delivered plenty of humour and kept the show rolling.
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