NEIL Murray and Jan Goddard pushed back the hands of time to win the Veterans' Mixed Day last Monday with scores of 40 and 37 points respectively.
The runners-up were D. O'Connell (36 pts) and Kay Dibley (32 pts) and well done to Peter Kelly who played his first competition round.
Balls went to J. Quine (34), B. Foskitt (S/Links 34), B. Carveth (34 pts). Nearest to pins; 2nd I. Woodlands, 8th R. Jefferege (S/links), 9th Drive and Pitch G. Pearce (S/Links), 14th P. Kelly, 18th B. Carveth, 15th Longest Drive J. Quine/Ann Godfrey.
Kevin Dorahy from B- Grade took full advantage of the extra run on the fairways to convincingly win Saturday's Stableford with 43 points.
B-Grade runner-up was Clive Timmins with 40 points.
A count-back was employed to separate Dave Cahill and Daniel Hamilton from A-Grade with Dave's 39 points given the nod.
Nearest to pins; 2nd A. Gehrmann, 8th D. Hughes, Drive and Pitch J. Quine, 14th B. Carveth, 18th B. Huender, Longest Drive (A) S. Clay, (B) K. Moore.
Geoff Morris's exercise regime has benefited his golf game, enabling him to win Sunday's Stableford with an impressive 41 points. Neil Guy's consistency paved the way to secure the runner-up spot with 38 points.
Balls went to I. Donald (37), A. Clarke (36) and J. Taylor (35 pts). Nearest to pins; 2nd D. Hamilton, 8th J. Taylor, 14th A. Clarke.
A large field contested Thursday's 12-hole Chook Run with the ladies section dominated by Jan Goddard (25), Maggie Simmons (22) and Marg McDowell (22 pts). The top three Men's section went to Michael Gleeson (26), Dean Matters (25) and Kevin Hodgson (24 pts). Balls went to players who had 21 points or better.