2018 AGM and Presentation Night
Many thanks to all those who attend the AGM and Presentation Night last Sunday. I hope that you enjoyed the night as much as I did.
It was a special night, celebrating 25 years since the Golf Club started, and it was a privilege to have the great John Kennedy (JK), our first ever golf Chairman, in the room with us. We also released our new golf shirt. You can buy one for $40. A small increase in annual subs to $80 was also announced.
Thanks to all of our sponsors and trophy donors for your support during 2018. Many thanks to our golf committee and all those who helped with presentation night.
Merry Xmas and Happy New Year
Look forward to seeing you at the first round @ Echunga on 6th Jan for season 2019.
See the Presentation Night Photos Here >> PHOTOS
Hackston Trophy – Echunga 2nd Dec
Report from the Captain, Dave Wilmshurst.
Well it was the last game of the 2018 Ingle Farm Golf Tour. Happy Birthday to Frank Poser who hit a milestone birthday, a few drinks were had at the Clovercrest, hence the lateness of this post. A shout out to Rosie for setting everything up… anyhow 21 golfers headed up the freeway to play for the Hackston trophy at Echunga. We faced fresh, windy, overcast conditions but by the end of the day conditions were great.
The winner for the day was the 2018 club champion Dave Larcombe continuing his good form and coming back to a more respectable handicap scoring 37 points. 2nd went to Martin Smith 36 points. 3rd went to Brett Stewart 34 points on a countback from Ivan Wootton. 5th was Geoff Rigby on a countback with 33 points from Tony Fitzpatrick also on 33 points.
Longest drive went to the chairman Darren McCard who hit a 237m drive into the wind uphill with a 7 iron. Nearest the pins were Par3 Peter Robinson and Par4 Colin Hincks. NAGA for the day after 44 points the week before was Randy Wallace with 22 points.
Next week we have the Ingle Farm presentation night and then we roll into the 2019 season with the first game at Echunga 6.1.19
Henley Challenge Trophy – The Pat 25th Nov
Report from the Chairman, Darren McCard.
Ingle Farm took on the Henley Golf Club in the Annual Challenge Trophy. As trophy holders, Ingle Farm only need to draw to retain the trophy. Things got off to poor start, with the gun pairing of our brilliant Captain Dave Wilmshurst and Brett Stewart, losing to Nick and Tony from Henley. But, Ingle Farm reeled off the next three matches to take a 3-1 lead. Ray McCard and Peter “eyes” Robinson combing brilliantly to win their match, Frank Poser and Clem Bennett got the j…ob done, and the ever reliable Hincks bros won their match.
With 4 matches to play, Ingle Farm only needed 1 win or two halved matches to retain the trophy. It looked like a shoe-in, what could possibly go wrong???
Well, we lost the last 4 matches, to lose the trophy. Rookies Ivan Wootton and John McKenzie fought hard but came up short. Cory Maher and Wayne Best lost their match after Besty had a shocker! Rookies John Robbins and Andrew Saint were two down most of the day, but whatever they tried, they just could not peg it back.
And in the last match, yours truly and Randy Wallace were very unlucky to narrowly lose their match 5 and 4. Randy was awesome, smashing 44 points and recording the best score of the day. If not for a few unlucky putts, he could have easily got to 50.
If was a great day, and Henley were simply the better team on the day. The all time record now stands at Ingle Farm 7, Henley 5. Next year we will host Henley at Barossa Valley.
I am very proud of the Ingle Farm boys. Fought to the end, and played in great spirit. Well done!
The result may have been different, if only the Chairman could have shot a half decent score! But, as we all know in our club, we are a team, and we don’t blame each other !
Club Championship Rnd 3 Final – Sandy Creek 18th Nov
After a very tense final round, it was former captain David (Larry) Larcombe who came through with the goods, shooting a net 69 to take out his second Club Championship. Two shots back, was the leader going into the final round, Jamie Hill. Unfortuately things just didn’t go Jamie’s way, shooting a net 78, to be Club Championship Runner Up for the 5th time. In individual results, Clem Bennett (Jonah) shot a brilliant net 68, and he must be very close to taking out the most consistent award.
Clem Bennett Net 68, Dave Larcombe 69, Colin Hincks 71, Alan Hincks 72, Peter Robinson 72, Martin Smith 74.
NTP Par 3 Colin Hincks (Birdie), NTP Par 4, Dave Wilmshurst, Long Drive Corey Maher. NAGA Geoff Rigby 93.
Pars in a row; Darren McCard 1-3, Clem Bennett 6-8, Dave Wilmshurst 4-7.
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Club Championship Rnd 2 – The Vines 4th Nov
A brilliant 3 under par net 68 from Jamie Hill, sees him take a 7 seven shot lead into the final round of the Club Championship. After starting with a tee shot that hardly had a back swing and double bogeys on the first two holes, Jamie relaxed and played the last 16 holes without hardly a mistake, and two birdies. But, the big question is, can Jamie get someone to look after the kids so that he can play the last round? The chairman will look after them for $350!!!
David McLaren came second with a net 71, followed by Colin Hincks, Ivan Wootton and Frank Poser each with 73, and then Dave Larcombe and Corey Maher with 74. Long Drive and Nearest the Pin were won by the former Captain, Craig Bartholomew (greeted with boos) and NTP on the par 4 was Corey Maher including a great birdie.
Leaderboard after 2 rounds
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|DNQ =||Does not Qualify for CC|
Club Championship Rnd 1 – Tanunda 21st Oct
24 players faced perfect conditions, low 20’s and blue skies as we headed towards the Barossa for round 1 of the club championships. We hit off the 10th tee and the course was in fine condition. 10 past club champions were in the field and it was two time (2002 & 2003) club champion Dave McLaren that won the day with a Net 69 (but ineligible for club champ). 2nd place on a countback was Peter Robinson Net 70 from 3rd place Jamie Hill Net 70. 4th on a three way countback was Alan Hincks Net 71, 5th Martin Smith Net 71 and rounding out the Top6 was Peter Pedersen Net 71.
Alan Hincks scored an eagle on the very tough 14th hole Par 4 with his second shot finding the hole from about 155 metres out. The eagles nest is currently maxed out (36 balls), better bring a truck presentation night to take your prizes home.
NAGA for the day was Frank Poser with a Net 83 however one player had a bit of tree trouble and was the only player to disqualify himself for the day.
Longest drive went to Warren Smith while the NTP’s went to Alan Hincks (par3) and Dave McLaren (par4).
The putting competition was won by Jamie Hill with 26 putts while Peter Robinson came second with 27 putts.
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP LEADERBOARD
Captain’s Trophy – Links Lady Bay 7th Oct
The Captain himself, Dave Wilmshurst won the Captains Trophy at Links Lady Bay with 38 pts on a countback from Peter Robinson. Robbo hit the wrong ball on the last hole costing him 2 shots and the victory. Three players scored 37 points and the countback went as follows, 3rd Corey Mather, 4th John Robins and 5th Frank Poser. 6th place was Darren McCard with 36 who won a 3 way countback.
NAGA for the day was Andrew Saint with 18. Longest drive went to Dave McLaren while NTP’s were Corey Mather (par3) and Brett Greenshields (par4)
Next game in 2 weeks is the start of our 3 round stroke club championships at Tanunda Pines.
No report can be complete without Ray McCard. On the 13th tee, Ray interrupted Col McPhedran’s tee shot by asking who is that on top of the hill, fearing Col was about to hit up on the group in front. Ray’s playing partners politely ignored Ray’s concerns, knowing full well that no players were in front. It was when a few seconds later Ray said, “Ah no, that is just a pole I see”, that the playing group rolled around in hysterics. How many times has someone mistaken a stobie pole for a person?
Barossa Valley 23rd Sept
A big day in golf, with Pairs Single Final. It was Alan Hincks playing 2016 champion Darren McCard for the title, and Alan proved too good to win 3 and 2. It was also the last round of the Eclectic Comp, and despite wining the NAGA for the worst score of the day, Frank Poser did enough to win the Eclectic title for the second year in row >> 2018 Eclectic Final Leaderboard
Overall John McKenzie continued his good form and won the day on a countback with 37 points over Peter Robinson. 3rd went to Brett Stewart on a countback with 36 points over yours truly who finished 4th. 5th went to Dave McLaren with 35 and rounding out the top 6 was Martin Smith on 34 points.
NAGA for the day but wont care as the Roosters got up was Frank Poser with 26 points. Longest Drive was Darren McCard while NTP’s were Par3 Randy Wallace and Par4 Frank Poser.
Hincks Bros win 2018 Pairs Championship
Colin Hincks and Alan Hincks are Pairs Champions for the second time.
20 golfers hit the freeway to play Aston Hills aka Mt Barker for the Pairs Final
The final was between Darren McCard/Colin McPhedran v the Hincks brothers Alan and Colin. It was the HIncks combination that took out the Pairs title in 2018 winning 2 & 1. This is Colin’s 3rd Pairs title and Alan’s 2nd (second time as a team together).
The 3rd v 4th playoff was between Dave Larcombe/Martin Smith v Ivan Wootton/John McKenzie. The winner and 3rd place in the pairs was Larcombe/Smith winning 2up.
Overall in a 2 way countback the winner for the day was Peter Robinson 36 points while 2nd place went to Dave Larcombe who also scored 36. 3rd place went to Alan Hincks 35, 4th Corey Mather 32, 5th Dave McLaren 32 and 6th John McKenzie also 32. John’s eclectic looking good after a 3 for 5 on a Par 4.
NAGA for the day was Brett “parma for a farmer” Greenshields who scored 23pts. Longest Drive went to Brett “good old Collingwood forever” Stewart while the ntp’s went to Alan Hincks Par3 and Frank “go roosters , looking forward to bohemian rhapsody in the cinema’s” Poser Par4.
Next game in a week at Nuriootpa for the singles final. Alan Hincks v Darren McCard.
Poser takes lead in Eclectic 2018
Frank Poser leads by one shot, with one round of the 2018 Eclectic Trophy to go. Last round is this Sunday at Barossa Valley. >> Eclectic Leaderboard 2018
Penfield 9th Sept – Car Cleaning Guy Trophy
We had 18 golfers at Penfield on a perfect Spring day, to compete for the coveted Car Cleaning Guy Trophy. The course was in a good condition and a stroke round made sure that all players would pay for any wayward shots or bad golf. It was John McKenzie who dominate play to take out the trophy with a net four under round of 68. In second place for the third round in a row, was Darren McCard on 1 under net 71. Other placings went to Jamie Hill (72), Peter Robinson (72), new member John Robins (73), and rounding out the top 6 was Dave Wilmshurst (73). NTP on par 3 was Darren McCard, NTP on par 4 was Darren Bartholomew, Longest Drive (Alan Hincks), and the NAGA was Bret Stewart on (80). Ironically, Bret Stewart won the NAGA and the putting comp, with 26 putts. Imagine what his score might have been if he didn’t put so well! Runner up in the putting comp was Peter Robinson with 27 putts. Next week we head to Mount Barker (16th Sept) for the Pairs finals.
The Vines 26 Aug – Fourth Avenue Deli Trophy and Singles Semi Finals
21 golfers headed South and took on the South road/expressway roadworks to The Vines golf club at Reynella, we should have had 22 but Darren Bartholomew had a little sleep in. Spring was in the air as conditions were calm with blue skies and a nice 20 degrees. The course was busy as usual but in good condition.
Both semi final singles games were played with Darren McCard defeating Jame Hill 2 up. It was a ding dong affair with both players having a lead at one stage (Darren was 3 up after 4, and Jamie got it to 3 up after 11) but the game swung on the 16th when Darren who was out of the hole sunk a long downhill snake of a put for a 5 (2). Jamie who didn’t have a stroke on the hole was on the Green in regulation however three putted for a 5 (1). The second game was won by Alan Hincks who defeated Clem Bennett 2 & 1. The Final of the singles will be played between Alan Hincks and Darren McCard.
The winner for the day and long overdue was the Captain Dave Wilmshurst scoring 38 points, 2nd place went to Darren McCard 34 points, 3rd was a 3 way countback with Colin McPhedran., John Robins (guest) and Bill Finegan all on 33 points. 5th place went to Peter Robinson 32 and rounding out the Top 6 was Brett Stewart on 31 points.
NAGA for the day went to Andrew Saint who scored 17 points. Longest drive was myself while NTP’s went to Corey Mather (par3) and Jamie Hill (par4).
A few of us ended back at the Clovey for a quiet drink or two to discuss the days play. Next game is in 2 weeks at Penfield with the traditional stroke game getting us all ready for the looming club championships.
Victor Harbor 12th Aug – Captain’s Report
There was concern for the weather leading up to today but in the end 16 golfers faced cool overcast conditions. No rain and no wind for most of the round. Very pleasant conditions and the ground under foot was fine.
A few things happened before we hit off the Par 3 10th tee. Firstly 2 players lost a ball on the practice putting green, not a good start, I wont mention any names to avoid embarrassment but Peter Robinson and Mark Symes weren’t happy. A new player was welcomed to the club, Fran Poser, nice to have a lady playing at the club again although she looked suspiciously like Frank Poser, anyway Ray got her number. Speaking of Ray he was very helpful before tee off, filling up the sand bucket for the cart and settling in before he realised it was Jonah’s and Macca’s cart instead of his own. Most of been thinking about Fran too much.
Eventually some golf was played, scoring was hard to come by but it was Clem Bennett ‘Jonah’ who continued his good year and won on a countback with 32 points over the chairman Darren McCard. 3rd was Ray McCard with 31 points who beat Darren Bartholomew on a countback also scoring 31 points. 5th was myself 30 points (boo) and rounding out the top6 was Fran Poser doing well in her 1st game 29 points.
Longest Drive went to Darren Bartholomew while the NTP’s were Bill Finegan (par3) and Ivan Wootton (par4). NAGA was a 3 way countback situation but Dave McLaren was the worst scoring 24 points.
Singles action was postponed as 2 challengers could not make it and these games will be rescheduled as soon as possible.
One last thing, for the first time in Ingle Farm Golf History, Darren McCard parred all of the Par 3’s (4 in total) at Victor. A tremendous effort which justified him being in the first group and here’s a picture.
Next game at The Vines in 2 weeks.
Lomas Par KelMac Trophy – Murray Bridge 29th July
19 players drove up the freeway facing cool and windy conditions. The course was in a good condition and we didn’t get wet which was a bonus. We played off the big boy blue tees and it was a par competition in memory of John Lomas. Mark Symes and Chris Kellett were playing their first games for the season.
The winner for the day with +4 was Frank Poser, he has had a few games off but has obviously been practising as he dominated to win by 3 over 2nd place on a countback Ivan Wootton with +1. 3rd was Darren Bartholomew +1, 4th Colin McPhedran -1, 5th John McKenzie -2 and 6th was Alan HIncks -5. It was a tough scoring day.
NAGA for the day was Chris Kellett with -12. Longest Drive went to Alan Hincks while NTP’s were Ivan Wootton (par3) with a birdie and Frank Poser (par4).
Next game in 2 weeks at Victor Harbor for singles with only 4 players remaining.
Winter Golf Getaway 2018 – Captain’s Report
Winter Golf Getaway 2018 25th Anniversary special. Waikerie 13.7.18 Barmera 14.7.18 & Loxton 15.7.18
The weekend got under way as per tradition with the Funky Larry Trophy at Waikerie. 17 players faced cool overcast but calm conditions. Craig Bartholomew flew all the way from Queensland to be there, the car park was abuzz with excitement. There were NTP’s on all Par 3’s and a Par 4 with a longest drive as well. The winner would also receive cash, 16 free drinks and the infamous butt plug trophy.
It was a great day and it came down to 2 players tied on 39 points. Wayne Best took all the fame and glory while I came second on a countback, I played in the same group as Wayne but thought I was a few shots clear as I strutted around looking forward to free drinks all night. This was my 3rd year in a row that I have finished second. Wayne was a gracious winner but to his credit took up all the offers on the free drinks and still made it to breakfast Saturday morning!
Now that everyone had had a warmup we were all ready for the big one, The Getaway Trophy. Our first round was at Barmera. 24 players (a getaway world record) faced fresh conditions with a slight breeze around the place. Clem Bennett aka Jonah drove up for the day to be there. The greens were quick and the course in a good condition. The winner for the day was Brett Greenshields with 38 , 2nd Craig Bartholomew (boo) 34 , 3rd Corey Mather 33, 4th Jamie Hill 33, 5th Peter Pedersen 32 and rounding out the top 6 Colin McPhedran 31 points. Longest Drive went to Clem Bennett, NTP’s to Warren Smith (par3) and Peter Pedersen (par4). NAGA for the day was Jeff Pike 17pts.
While the guys were playing golf the gals were enjoying a bus trip to the local gin distillery/winery and greek restaurant. From all reports and from their slurring voices a good time was had by all.
Saturday night came and the world famous raffle and putting competition came and went. Congratulations to all prize winners in the raffle and to Alan Hincks for taking out the putting competition. Awesome as always.
Sunday and golf was front and centre once again. 23 players (Jonah had driven back after Saturday’s game) faced another fresh but calm blue morning. We really had the best weather over the 3 days. The winner for the day was Peter Robinson scoring a very nice 37 points , 2nd Alan Hincks 37, 3rd Corey Mather 35, 4th Brett Greenshields 35, 5th Dave Larcombe 33 and 6th Craig Bartholomew (boo) 32 points. Longest drive went to Colin Hincks while NTP’s were Wayne Best (par3) and Colin Hincks (par4). NAGA for the day was Greg Adam 17 points.
Overall it was a one horse race with Brett Greenshields taking out his first getaway trophy, maybe it was because he didn’t play Friday, maybe it was because he had his family there but he played brilliantly to win with 73 points, 5 clear of second place Peter Robinson 68, 3rd Corey Mather 68 (Corey’s first trip and he dominated the day and the night , he probably had the least sleep all trip), 4th Craig Bartholomew (boo) 66, 5th Alan Hincks 64 and 6th Jamie Hill 63.
Another successful trip away and looking forward to next year already.
Pairs Semi Finals – Gawler 1st July 18
17 players faced fresh but perfect conditions. The driving range was the place to be as it overflowed with golfers before tee off. The greens were a dark green almost blue at times but in great condition and the fastest we have faced in recent times. I’m still trying to get used to the different 1st tee but I guess it breaks up the Par 4 ‘s on the old back nine. The highlight of my group was Randy Wallace slam dunking his second shot from the right side bunker on the Par 3 4th (the old second hole) for a 2 for 4 pts, nothing but net!!
The pairs competition was down to 4 pairs and the 2 winners will play off for Pairs Champions later in the year.
The 1st game had Darren McCard/Colin McPhedran v Ivan Wootton/John McKenzie, Darren and Colin were giving Ivan and John 20 shots overall however it was Darren and Colin who won 4 and 3 to make their second grand final.
The 2nd game had Alan and Colin Hincks taking on Dave Larcombe/Martin Smith with the Hincks boys winning 3 & 2. The Grand Final will be a cracker with the 4th qualified Darren and Colin v the 7th qualified Hincks brothers.
The greens caught a few people out but the winner for the day (who might have sore shoulders after carrying his partner all day) was John McKenzie who had a huge 7 point victory over the rest of the field with 41 points. The handicapper will be sharpening his axe and im sure his handicap will take a fall. Unfortunately for John he didn’t partake in the pot of gold and missed the $50. 2nd place and the winner of the pot of gold after a 4 way countback with 34 points was Clem Bennett (17pts back nine), 3rd was Randy Wallace 34 (16pts), 4th was myself 34 (15pts) and 5th Colin Mcphedran 34 (14pts). There was a lot of self reflection amongst the 34 pointers, 1 more point and $50 could have been theirs. Rounding out the top 6 was Alan Hincks with 32 points.
NAGA for the day was Geoff Rigby with 16 points but his day got a little better as he won the NTP Par3. The Par4 NTP was taken out by Clem Bennett and the longest drive was won by Adam Morcombe.
Next game is in 2 weeks being the golf getaway 25th anniversary spectacular. 22 golfers chasing the dream.
Balaklava Cup – Balaklava Golf Course – 17th June 2018
Despite not playing last round, Jeff Pike retains the lead in the Eclectic Trophy.
Link to Leaderboard
BAROSSA – DINNING TROPHY
Unfortunately, Darren McCard’s stellar form continued, and he won for the fourth time this season, with 42 points to take out the Dinning Trophy.
There were two Pairs catch up matches played. Pairs rookies Ivan Wootton and John McKenzie were up against seasoned campaigners Frank Poser and Randy Wallace in the first match. It was a tight contest all day, but the rookies got on a roll late in the round to win. In the other match, Martin Smith carried is partner Larry all day, to win over Wayne and the Bart man 4 and 3.
Ivan Wootton/John McKenzie defeated Frank Poser/Randy Wallace 3 & 1.
Dave Larcombe/Martin Smith defeated Wayne Best/Darren Bartholomew 4 & 3
1st Darren McCard 42
2nd Alan Hincks 39 points
3rd Dave Wilmshurst 38
4th Brett Greenshields 36
5th Wayne Best 35
6th Colin McPhedran 35
NAGA Darren Bartholomew 26
Long Drive Colin Hincks
NTP Par 3 Dave Wilmshurst
NTP Par 4 Peter Pedersen
19 players drove up the freeway facing cool overcast conditions to play the second round of singles at Echunga.
The course had taken a bit of rain in the last week but wasn’t too bad under foot although a few times the mud rule would have been nice.
Singles results: 3 out of 4 games were completed.
Clem Bennett defeated Colin Hincks 2 & 1
Jamie Hill defeated Dave Larcombe 4 & 2
Alan Hincks defeated Ivan Wootton 5 & 3
Next round of games will be:
Jamie Hill v winner of Martin Smith/Darren Mccard
Clem Bennett v Alan Hincks
The winner for the day on a countback was Alan Hincks 37 pts from Peter Pedersen. 3rd place on a countback with 36 points was Frank Poser with Darren Mccard 4th. 5th went to John McKenzie 35 points and rounding out the top6 was Jamie Hill 34 points.
NAGA for the day on his home course was Ray McCard with 19 points. Longest drive was Warren Smith while the nearest to the pins were Dave Larcombe Par3 and Jamie HIll Par4.
Next game in 2 weeks at Barossa Valley for Pairs catchup games and the Dinning Trophy
Pairs Round 2 @ Fleurieu aka Mt Compass Golf Club
Today saw 19 players venture south for the second round of the pairs competition. It was a calm blue day however the wind picked up early on. The course was in good condition however the rough was a tad brutal and many balls were lost. It was a long day with a 5 hour plus round. Out of 4 pairs games left only 1 could be completed due to other commitments. The winner of this match was Darren McCard/Colin McPhedran defeating Ray McCard/Brett Greenshields 2 & 1.
Overall scoring was tough but Geoff Rigby shone and scored a whopping 42 points to win the day. 2nd place went to Colin Hincks with 36. Honourable mention to dual club champion Dave McLaren who came out for a look and scored 35 points. 3rd place went to Peter Robinson 33, 4th Clem Bennett 32, 5th went to Dave Larcombe 31 pts on a countback from myself also on 31 who finished 6th.
Colin Hincks won the longest drive and also the NTP on the Par4. Ray McCard was NTP Par3 and the NAGA for the day went to Brett Greenshields with 14 points. Noted that Brett had smashed his thumb during the week playing with bricks and had to drill into his thumb nail to relieve pressure. No excuse and a soft display of golf.
2018 Program change. Thaxted Park 20th May is now Echunga with tee off at 8.45am
KAPUNDA – MEMORIAL TROPHY
It was the annual Captain’s v Chairman’s grudge match, the Memorial Trophy played at Kapunda. Only 0.1 of a point separated the teams at the end, the Captain’s team being victorious. It was former Chairman Ray McCard who let his team down badly, coming dead last with a pathetic 30 points.
Here is the report from the victorious Captain …
19 players made the trek north to Kapunda for the Memorial Trophy. We faced blue calm skies and furry slow greens and played off the white tees.
A catch up pairs game was played. Super sub Greg Adam paired Andrew Saint against Darren McCard/Colin McPhedran. Darren and Colin won 2 & 1 and made it into the 2nd round of pairs.
Ray McCard was at his carting best , taking out some hoops in the ground on the 1st hole , driving straight over one of them with out seeing it.
The winner for the day with a great 42 points was Corey Mather. Corey killed it and I reckon the handbrake came on a bit at the end but he won by 3 over the inform Darren McCard who had 39 points on a 3 way countback with John McKenzie also 39 and Clem Bennett 39.
We had a special guest today, past 150+ game player Theo Symonds aka batman who also scored an impressive 39 points on his home course. 5th place was Ivan Wootton with 38 points and rounding out the top6 was Colin Hincks with 37 points.
Longest drive went to myself and nearest to the pins went to Geoff Rigby (par3) and John McKenzie (par4). It was a high NAGA and it was won by Ray McCard on a countback with 30 points.
The other competition that went on was the Chairman v Captain teams. Darren and I studied the form and over a 4 hour selection process on saturday the teams were picked.
Chairman’s team: 315/9 Average = 35.0
Corey Mather 42; Darren McCard 39; Ivan Wootton 38; Jamie Hill 35; Alan Hincks 35; Colin McPhedran 32; Geoff Rigby 32; Peter Robinson 32; Ray McCard 30.
Captain’s team: 351/10 Average = 35.1
Clem Bennett 39; John McKenzie 39; Theo Symonds 39; Colin Hincks 37; Randy Wallace 36; Darren Bartholomew 35; Dave Wilmshurst 34; Dave Larcombe 31; Andrew Saint 31; Greg Adam 30.