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Bellingen Golf Club 13th August 2018

Bellingen R.S.L. Country Club Limited
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Bellingen Golf Club 13th August 2018

Wednesday 8th - Warren King was this week’s Chook Run champ with 21 points on a C/B with Bruce Mitchell.
 
 
Thursday 9th - only 9 players this week, but all enjoyed the extra run on the ball.  Dennis Brennan won the day with a fine 20 points over R/U Robbie Farrar.  Nev Farrar made it a bumper family day and won both NTPs.  Next week it’s an 18 hole Stableford - all welcome, first tee off 8.30am.
 
 
In the afternoon, the Seniors played a 12 hole Stableford and Pat Gray topped the table with 28 points over R/U Rowan Hickson’s 27.  Balls went to Jim Ginis, Stan McCabe and Mike Edsall.  NTPs were claimed by Col McLellan, Jim Ginis and John Lavis.
 
 
Saturday 11th - the Monthly Medal and Mug sponsored by the Club.  Another glorious day saw some very impressive scoring.  A Grade nett winner was Russell Williams with 66 over Bruce Mitchell’s 67.  Gross winner was Jayden Taylor with 69.  B Grade nett and gross winner was John Carty with 85/65 over nett R/U Toby Cuthel on 67.  C Grade champion, and winner of the August Monthly Mug was Pat Gray with a nett score of 63!  Bob Stockton had a good day, nett R/U and gross winner with 90/67.  Best putter of the day, benefitting from not quite reaching the greens, was Jenko with 26.  NTPs went to Merv Brownlee, Ross Williams, Sue Wilson-Brown, Rowan Hickson and Kiwi.  You had to score 67 to get a ball - the winners included Dennis Lyon, Tony Brown and Col Hoskins.  Next week’s event is the first round of the Men’s Club Championships sponsored kindly by HQB and should be a cracker if this week’s scores are anything to go by.
 
 
Captain’s Log - the next Greens Committee meeting is on Tuesday 14th at 5.30pm, if you have any suggestions or want to volunteer any support please come along.  Please note the following changes to Local Rules - After the working bee last month there is no longer any relief from greenkeeper’s debris around the trees.  Also removed is relief from bare patches on the fairways, but preferred lies remain in place.


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