Colin Fletcher best at THCC stableford competition

A high score of 42 points saw Colin Fletcher easily win Saturday's single stableford competition at Tuross Head. He was followed by Paul Pereira with 39 points, Mike Allen 36, Kevin Dukes 35 and Gerry Strickland all scored 35 points.

A 4 Ball multiplier competition held in conjunction with the stableford event was won by Bruce Lidbury and Martin Booth with 78 points.

Above: 4 Ball Multiplier winners Martin Booth and Bruce Lidbury with men's golf president Al Gannon.

Nearest the pin winners were:

A grade player Al Gannon was closest on the 4th hole with 2.03 m.

Mark Haberkorn won the 6th with 2.31 m.

B grade: Ian McManus was awarded the 4th hole with 1.3 m

Bruce Lidbury was best on 6th with 4.41 m and

John Phyland won the 7th with 5.21 m.

C grade golfer Paul Pereira was closest on the 4th hole with 3.58m.

Peter Garn won the 6th with 6.21 m and

Terry Milliken was the best on the 7th with 5.10.

Balls went to 31.

Next Saturday's event is the monthly medal stroke and putt.

Thursday's single medley stableford was won by Jennifer Gray with 36 points ahead of Paul Israel, Trevor Jones and Ian Manton were all on 35 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Colin Houghton on the 6th with 5.10m and

Brad Doolan won the 7th hole witrh 0.69 m.

Golfers are reminded of the Charity Golf Day at Tuross Head on Tuesday September 5th. The format is a 4 person ambrose completion.

Above:: Tuross Head stableford winner Colin Fletcher is congratulated by Country Club captain Bruce Lidbury.

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