Gerringong Golf Club's men and ladies members, who were lucky enough to play in the mixed Vet Day last Monday, thoroughly enjoyed their games.
Maggie Smith won the ladies with her 25 points and B. Fostritt (Shoalhaven Heads) topped the men's group with 38 points. Kris Puckeridge's 36 points secured the runner-up spot. Balls went to Neil Murray (33) and G. Russell (33 pts Kiama).
Nearest to Pins. 2nd M. Westhoff, Drive and Pitch N. Murray/M. Smith, 18th R. Jeffree (Links), 9th Longest Drive N. Murray.
Club selection was all important for Saturday's three-club challenge.
George Long and Greg Hemsworth got the formula right, winning with a great score of 44 points. Kevin Dorahy's experience rubbed off on to Chris Kolderie, who combined to chalk up 42 points. Nearest to Pins. 2nd G. Hemsworth, 8th G. Long, 9th Drive and Pitch J. Taylor, 14th C. Kolderie, 18th T. Pearman, 17th Longest Drive (A) G. Cork, (B) G. Hemsworth.
Sunday's ideal conditions offered Craig Kennedy the opportunity to showcase his skills, amassing 40 winning stableford points. Ian Godfrey was runner-up.
Balls went to Barney Gillard (36) and Neil Guy (35 pts). Nearest to Pins. 2nd B. Emmett, 8th B. Gillard.
The Men's C Grade pennant team returned from Jamberoo triumphant after defeating Nowra in a close 3/2 win.
Rowan Murphy was the stand-out player, dispatching his opponent 5/3.
The 12-hole Chook Run is now being played over three days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) to accommodate players who need more flexibility.
Michael Gleeson won this week after posting 27 points.
Kevin Webb displaced Dean Matters into third spot after a countback. Balls went to N. Murray (25), N. Guy (25), M. Westhoff (25), J. Quirk (24) and K. Hodgson (24 pts).