Gleeson in vintage form

MICHAEL Gleeson played some vintage golf at Gerringong Golf Club in the Vets competition on February 10 to win with a respectable 32 points.

Not far behind was a trio on 29 points, namely Neil Murray, Marg McDowell and Mark Westhoff.

Nearest to Pins: 2nd M. Gleeson, 8th A. Clarke, 14th N. Murray, 18th D. Hughes; Drive and Pitch: 9th A. Clarke; Longest Drives: M. Taylor, M.Gleeson.

Kevin Dorahy and Andrew Tartu combined magnificently to win the two-ball Aggregate Stableford on Saturday with a great 77 points.

Dean Matters and his son, Sam, bonded well enough to be runner-ups with 75 points.

Balls went to the pairs of Michael Johnson-Tony Quinn (70) and Barney Gillard-Mark Scibeci (69 pts).

Nearest to Pins: 2nd K. Moore, 8th B. Purcell, 14th A. Tartu; Drive and Pitch 13th: T. Quinn; Longest Drives 17th: (A) T. Quinn (B) K. Webb.

Manning Berry didn't break out in a sweat despite Sunday's high humidity to post a hot 45 points.

Jake Taylor was his nearest rival with 39 points. The onset of rain didn't deter a group of stoic players, with balls going to Bob Emmett (36), Ian Godfrey (35) and Dave Taylor (35 pts).

Nearest to Pins: 2nd J. Taylor, 8th I. Godfrey, 14th B. Emmett.

With 32 points in the 12-Hole Chook Run, Ron Davison gave the rest of the field no chance.

Kim Bailey applied pressure with 28 points, closely followed by Mark Westhoff (27 points).

Balls went to G. Cowen (25 points), D. Matters (25), I. Jolley (24) and C. Kennedy (24).

The Lions Club hopes there will be overwhelming support for their Golf Charity Day on March 9 in support of the Leukaemia Foundation.

It's a three-person Ambrose format and for $25 a head you get a round of golf, lunch, a drink and the knowledge that you have contributed to a worthy cause.

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