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Golf report

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November 22, 2017

Campaspe

We had a new name in the iners winning list this week.

After having a rest over the winter, Roy Lewis made his triumphant return to claim victory (49-16-33) from Rod McAsey, falling just short (51-161/2-341/2).

Rod also won the putting with (13).

Charlie Francis fired the straightest drive 9th.

The Wednesday Ladies, had an even number of players, as a result played a Yankee game.

The winning team, Shirley McAsey and Kath Newman (56-75/16-4811/16) took the prize from team Toni Bales and June Major (58-81/16-4915/16).

Wendy Furze had a beautiful drive for NTP on the 5th, while Faye Latter also had a lovely drive on the third for the straightest drive.

Lucky Kath Newman won the raffle.

Campaspe Golf are having their Christmas Dinner Dec 6th at the Club Rooms.

It will be catered for and all Members and their partners are invited along for a free night.

Drinks at Bar prices.Rochester

The Rochester Golf Club women held their presentation night last week.

The major trophy winners were: Marg Knight (Club Champion), Jenny Major (Vera Speer- Par, Joy Blackman- Stableford & Bill Curtis- Monthly Medal).

Louise Williams won the Barbara Lawford Stroke and the Best Card of the Year.

President Jenny thank the female members for a the year and encourages any wmen who are keen on golf or would like to get back into playing after being away from the game to join them next season for some fun and great healthy exercise.

Controversy occurred at last Wednesday’s mid week foursomes championship over 12 holes, when organizer Richard Feuk declared himself and partner Kevin McCormick the inaugural champions after an exhaustive count back from Tim Quinlan & Trevor English.

To make matters worse, as the event was played over 12 and not 9 holes several teams used the incorrect hole ratings.

Quinlan & English argued that their combined age and humid weather should have been taken in to account when determining the result, however after a brief phone call to the High Court, the result was called null & void, owning to none of the players had renounced their loyalty to the “Old Dart” and the game will have to be replayed in a date to be fixed.

As usual tee off next Wednesday is from 9am, where legal representatives will be on call!

Most Tuesday’s up to a dozen Rochester members play at Rich River, last Tuesday Frank Severino was runner up and Des Gallagher won a nearest the pin.

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