David Boag headed up the field in the men’s stableford at the Pambula-Merimbula golf club last Wednesday.
Boag scored 41 points to win the Bega Valley Motors-sponsored event, while Mark Sheppard headed up A grade with 38 points on Wednesday.
Runner-up in A grade was Bob Hart on 37 points.
Allen Francis led the B grade standings with 40 points from Allan Crowe on 38. Barry Meehan also scored 40 to lead the C grade event from runner-up Bruce Small. Boag led the D grade standings two points ahead of Glenn Bassett on 39.
Balls were awarded to 35 and 33 were collected with the club welcoming 143 starters to play on course one.
The Sails Real Estate golden shot winner was Steve Sindrey on the sixth.
Saturday’s par event saw Ray Coutts-Smith happily collecting Bruce Walker’s trophy with plus three.
Rod Smith led the A grade event on plus one from runner-up John Warbrick square with the card.
Coutts-Smith headed the B grade round from Fred Pickup on plus two, while plus two was enough for Gerald Smith to lead the C grade event from runner-up Allan Richardson on minus one.
Balls were awarded out to minus two and there were 25 winners.
Andy Sheppard was the golden shot winner and the club welcomed 111 starters to play on course two.
In ladies rounds, Barb Solomon donated trophies for the 18-hole stableford that played last Tursday with Sharon LeStrange leading the field on 35 points.
LeStrange headed the pack on a count-back, pipping the A grade runner-up Lisa McBean on 34.
Lola Smith also scored 35 points to edge out Margaret Young in the B grade standings, while Jill Ricardo was the golden shot winner and 13 players collected a ball.
The nine-hole stableford round saw Ros Rowlinson heading up the back on 16 points.
The club played an American foursomes stroke round on Thursday and the winners were Jo Hunt and Carlene Ramsay.
Runners-up were Jill Brenchley and Helen Haining with a combined 77.38.
Third went to Anne Lavender and Wendy Fleming on 78.5.
Balls were awarded to 80.88 and there were 10 winners.
A group of 40 headed out to play on course two.
The nine-hole stableford on Thursday was won by Kaye Landsend on 15 points, while Janice Crawford and Enid Beazley collected a ball.
There were 10 players in the field, while 18 headed out on Saturday fro the stableford.
Winner was Sharon Senior from runner-up Nikki Barrett.
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