Heavy downpour fails to disrupt Tuross Head Saturday golf competition

Tuross Head Country Club Scot stableford competition was disrupted by a heavy downpour on Saturday morning, but thanks to the recent, extensive drainage work carried out by the grounds staff, golf carts were soon out on the course following the storm.

Peter Johnston won the competition with a round of 41 stableford points edging out Adam Husband on a countback.

David Schmid was placed third with 40 points.

Steve Jones 38 points and Trevor Jones 37 points filled the remaining positions.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer:

Al Gannon on the 4th with 2.26 m.

Mitch McLean on the 6th won the 6th with 2.47 m and

Col Houghton was best on the 7th with 3.68 m.

B grade player Trevor Jones was awarded the 4th with 4.36 m.

Bruce Lidbury was closest on the 6th with 1.92 m and

Jim Wade was best on the 7th with 4.05 m.

C grade golfer Mick Allen won the 4th with 5.46 m. and

Bruce Brawn the 6th with1.34 m.

Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Ian Miller with 41 points

ahead of Wayne Fullerton, Lachlan Nordsvan and Kyle Parks who all finished on 39 points.

Nearest the pins were awarded to Mitch McLean with 1.35 m on the 4th hole.

Greg Smith won the 6t with a very close 10 cm and

Peter Mostyn the 7th with 4.00 m.

Above: Tuross Head stableford winner Peter Johnston and event sponsor Mick Elfar.

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