The Tuross Head monthly Scoty stableford competition was held on Saturday.
Played in ideal conditions on a golf course that is rapidly gaining a reputation as a boutique
venue due to its rapid development and improvements.
Golfers area able to enjoy playing on well manicured fairways and greens while enjoying views over Coila Lake and the Tasman Sea.
Low handicap golfer Adam Husband mastered the course this week with a remarkable high
stableford score of 43 points.
Michael Allen filled second placing with 41 points ahead of Mitchell McLean on a countback.
Pete Nikolic with 40 points and Michael Hogan with 39 points were also on the winners list.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Mitch McLean was the best on the 4th hole with 2.3 m.
Mark Haberkorn won the 6th hole with 2.66 m and
Colin Houghton was best on 7th with 2.12 m.
B grade division player Marcel Kors was awarded the 4th hole with 6.57 m.
Michael Kermode won the 6th with 1.74 m and
Tony Brown was best on the 7th with 1.02 m.
Roger Chappell was the closest of the C grade golfers on the 4th hole with 4.35 m.
And Roger also won the 7th with 7.63 m.
Graeme Sindel was closest on the 6th hole with 7.63.
This weeks event will be an Irish 4 ball single stableford competition.
Thursday’s medley stableford event was won by Greg Smith with 39 points ahead of Brad Doolan and Tony Russell 37, Graeme Moore 36, Ian Kingston 34, Glen Shearer and Bruce Lidbury 33.
Nearest the pin winners were Colin Houghton, Chris Wratten and Ian McManus.
Above: Tuross Head stableford winner Mark Haberkorn with event sponsor Peter Nikolic.
Phooto: Courtesy Tony Brown