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Andrew Gordon and Des Jackson win Tuross Head Stableford Multiplier

A good field of 56 players teed off on a cool but sunny morning for today's 2 Person Team Stableford Multiplier game. This game tests the team pairing relationship as one player failing to score on any hole results in a NIL score for the team on that hole! Results on the day were as follows:

1st: The pairing of Des Jackson and Andrew Gordon with a magnificent score of 54 points.

2nd: Patrick McNeile and Colin Morrison with 45 points, including 20 points on one hole!

3rd: Leonie Snodgrass and Ian Miller with 33 points.

Ball or Chocolate:

Tim Starr and Les Johanson, together with Noel Fletcher and Ross Hendy, both teams on 29, Annette and Ian Manton on 28, Allen Gannon and Gus Alameddine on 27, Henry Anderson and Errol Soden on 26, and finally husband and wife pairing Len and Gail Rogers on 25 points after a three way count back.


The Bradman's award was won this week by Robert McKirdy and John Cox who had difficulty both scoring on the same hole.

Nearest the Pins:

4th: Ian Manton, in the hole.

6th: Patrick Sager.

Ladies 7th: Kay McLeod, in the hole.

Men's 7th: Frank Pomfret.


Les Johanson took out the honours this week for the most accurate drive on the 5th.

Next Week:

Next week's event is a Par game with registration in the downstairs sports bar area from 7.45am and a shotgun start at 8.30am.

Above: Andrew Gordon and Des Jackson Photo: Paul Pereira

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