STILL the best course around, no rain maybe soon.
The ladies on Friday played a nine hole comp.
The winner was Narelle Smith. Ball winners were Anne Palmer, Debbie Stewart, Janice Surtees, Pat Moseley and Dot Clarke.
The NTP winner was Dot Clarke and the 45 marker was Marcia Fowler.
On Wednesday the veterans played a two man ambrose. There was 42 starters and the winners were Barry Hodgson and Bill Crockett with a 61 1/4 nett, runner up was Graham Troth and Tony Shelley 65 3/4, third David Elliott and Geoff Swaffield 66 nett.
Brian Wilson was the winner of the NTP on the third and 12th and the seventh and 16th was won by Barry Neave.
The Thursday chook run was won by Terry Grant on 24 points, runner up was George Legge 22 countback. The NTP winner on the third was Reid Brown, and the seventh Sandy Dunn.
The LJ Hooker umbrella was won by Ken Squires.
On Saturday a stroke round was played with 74 players participating.
The winner was Barry Miles with 61 nett. A-grade was won by Richard Dudgeon with a 68 nett, the scratch winner was Josh Mawby with an under par round of 71, B-grade nett winner was Scott Dwyer 68, scratch winner Brian Roberts 85, C-grade nett Tony Lattimore 68, SCR Peter Tait 91.
There were two eagles, one by Richard Dudgeon on the 17th and the other one was by Josh Mawby on the second.
The sharp shooters for the day were on the first and 10th Wingham Plaza Butchers Dave Elliott 0.71, Dave also won the Caddy's Restaurant voucher for the shot of the day. The other winners were: on the third and 12th Scott Stoddart, fourth and 13th All About Conveyancing Steve Allwood, seventh and 16th Bayview Seafood Barry Brown, ninth seven 18th Bent on Food Adam Beattie.
Ball winners: D Hetwood, P Pratten, S Crowe, L Thompson, C Moore, J Meldrum, S Gilfillian, N Blanch, B Brown, S Stoddart, G Swaffield, S Dunn, R White, D McKeough, T Thompson, J Broadbent 74 countback.
Next week will be the annual Red Cross Ambrose. This will be a four player event.
No handicaps needed.
The total of three selected holes will be the handicap used.
Come along and support a very worthy cause.