Golfers back on the course

The winners of the Ladies Golf single stableford last Saturday were Cathy Aiken, Tilla Davis and Larraine Nicholls.

Cathy Aiken was the Division 1 winner with 36 points, from Lorraine Regan 35 points.

In Division 2Tilla Davis with 29 points was the winner from Sandra Holmes 28 points.

Larraine Nicolls, with 34 points, took out Division 3 from Amber Roles 31 points.

Twenty four players took part with no nearest the pins awarded.

Brilliant conditions greeted the men on Saturday who played in a single stableford sponsored by Andrew Aiken and Laurie Brown.

A large field of 74 players enjoyed the return to groups of four and sharing carts.

Jack Simpson had the best score with 32 points and won the day. Peter Kirkwood ran second with 30 points on a countback from Steve Dewar and Peter Webber.

The Terry Bros Carpet Court secret birdie hole was the 8th and it was not struck.

The Watson Toyota NTPs were not played due to the current COVID restrictions.

Liam Miller had the best junior score with 27 points from Joe Roberts with 25 points.

The Ian Page Bricklaying card draw was won by Gavin Marshall.

The Vinnies Pizza voucher were won by Barry Martens. Balls went down to 27 points on a countback.

Next Saturday, September 18 is a single stableford sponsored by Hamblin's Pharmacy.

The Men's committee is currently working through a series of adjustments to the program as a result of the lifting of "Stay at Home" orders.

Medley Golf

The Wednesday Medley event was won by Joseph Roberts with 36 points and he won 10 balls.

Second was Noela Hardman with 30 points on a countback from Peter Doherty and Liam Miller.

Balls went down to 24 points and there were 56 players.

The Friday nine hole competition was won by Col Miller with 23 points.

On Sunday the Social Club played a 14 hole event which was won by Peter Norton with a score of 53 nett from Lloyd Foley with 54 nett. Paul Levett was third with 56 nett and there were 12 players.

The Sunday Kyle McGovern Electrical medley was won by Mick Ashton with 31 points. The Sam Woods Hilltops Regional Security secret birdie hole was the 18th hole and the $90 jackpot was not won. Next week the jackpot will be $120. There were 20 players.

Coming Up

The Cherry Festival Veterans Tournament will be held from November 15 to 19.

Entries are now open. Entry forms are available in the Pro Shop or at the bar.


When entering the club house please sign in with the Service NSW QR code or see Reception staff to sign in.

Peter Webber is congratulated on his good round by Phil Mitchell. Photo Young Golf Club.

Peter Webber is congratulated on his good round by Phil Mitchell. Photo Young Golf Club.