Bob Hart took a win in the Pambula-Merimbula golf club’s stableford last Wednesday with 35 points.
Hart topped the Bega Valley Motors-sponsored round from runner-up Peter Long with 34 points.
Third went to Ian Murray on 34 points, while balls were awarded out to 32 and there were eight winners.
The club welcomed a field of 47 players to head out on course one.
On course two the winner was Brian Loorham with 40 points from runner-up Steve Cann on 37.
Third went to Ian Fort on 36 points.
Balls were awarded to 32 and 12 were collected.
There were 49 starters on the course two run.
On course three the winner was Gordon Scorgie with 39 points from runner-up Allen Roberts on 37 points.
Third went to Luciano Serafini on 34 points.
Balls were awarded out to 33 and there were nine winners with 50 players taking to the course.
The Sails Real Estate golden shot was won by David Harris on the 17th.
The Saturday round was also a stableford with trophies for the Ross Burdett Memorial.
A grade winner was Jeff Tighe on 35 points from runner-up Col Rowe on 32 points.
B grade winner was Pete Matthews on 33 from Ian Franks just one behind on 32.
Shayne Trigwell headed up the C grade standings on 31 points on a count-back from Noel McArdle.
Balls went out to 30 and 27 were collected.
The $168 golden shot money was won by Jo Richardson with a pearler to a metre on the sixth.
Players congratulated Snow Doneman who shot a flawless hole in one on the 17th.
The club also held a special left v right handers round where the left-handers won by 20 points.
The best for the lefties was Noel McArdle on 31 points and the best right hander was Jeff Tighe’s 35.
There were 111 starters to play on course one.
The match-play final was held with Mark and Mitch Venables edging Bruce McLaren and Geoff Graham by two.
In ladies play, an 18-hole par round last Tuesday saw Sandra Crowe collecting Rebecca Considine’s trophy on minus one.
Crowe’s score topped the A grade field from runner-up Miep Kechting with minus three on a count-back.
Bev Butterworth scored the win in B grade with minus three on a count-back from runner-up Jill Ricardo.
Balls were awarded to minus six and there were 10 winners.
The Sails Estate golden shot winner was Wendy Fleming on the 11th where she also landed a birdy.
The club welcomed 45 starters to play on course three.
Thursday’s stableford was won by Victoria Balfour.
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