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Big Day for Jack Webster

Jack Webster
Jack Webster

David “Jack” Webster won today’s stableford with an excellent 41 points. Not satisfied with winning the comp Jack won three of the four “nearest the pins” on offer. Runner up was Andy Phillips with 38, who took the remaining nearest the pin. There was then a gap to Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel 32, Dick Cleland 32, Chris Waters 30, Eddie “The Flying Dutchman” Van Keulen 28 and Neil Webster & Paul Smedley on 27. Paul took the Mars Bar on a count back.

Dick Cleland Takes Out Chemmart Trophy

Dick Cleland
Dick Cleland

The final round of the Chemmart Trophy was played today and Dick Cleland won the round & the trophy following today’s score of 43 stableford points. The trophy is awarded to the player with the best aggregate of 5 best of 9 rounds. Dick scored 193 points to narrowly defeat outstanding junior member Kobi Wenzel who scored 191 points, a battle between the oldest & youngest member of the summer season.

Kobi Wenzel
Kobi Wenzel

Today’s runner up was Mark “Mouldy” Millward with 39 points. Mouldy started slowly but came home strongly with 23 on the back 9. Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel scored 34 followed by Kobi on 30. David “Jack” Webster finished with 28 after a run of exceedingly interesting lies. Eddie “The Flying Dutchman” Van Keulen experienced one of the most complete collapses seen in a long time. After scoring 19 on the front 9 Eddie could only manage 7 on the back 9. Tarcoowiie visitor Klaus Heymann took the Mars Bar

Golf Club Auction – Sunday May 6

The next Golf Club Auction will be held on Sunday May 6 2018, on the Aberdeen Oval opposite the clubhouse.

  • Sellers’ items will be received from 7:30 am
  • Selling Commences at 10:30 am.
  • Food & Drinks will be available

    Top BBQ chefs Kakoschke & Taylor
    Top BBQ chefs Kakoschke & Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

For seller enquiries please contact Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel on 0439 846 421

Auction November 2017
Auction November 2017
Auction November 2017
Auction November 2017

Flying Dutchman Takes Out Mulligans

The Flying Dutchman lets one fly from the 3rd tee. This ball appears to be going out of bounds. This is not an optical illusion.
The Flying Dutchman lets one fly from the 3rd tee. This ball appears to be going out of bounds. This is not an optical illusion.

Only four players took part in today’s mulligan competition. Mulligan speciialist Dick Secomb was unavailable as he was selflessly doing volunteer work for the club.

This left the opportunity for others and Eddie “The Flying Dutchman” Van Keulen prevailed after an epic battle with Andrew Hall. On the final tee both Eddie & Andrew were level with 16 points while David “Jack” Webster & Dick Cleland were almost out of contention on 14. Eddie scored a steady 2 points to finish with 18 while Andrew missed a short put to finish on 17. Jack & Dick failed to add to their scores with Dick taking the Mars Bar on a count back. Dick was nearest the pin on hole 8 & Jack was nearest the pin on hole 11.

Jack Beats Jennison Cup Winner on Count Back

David "Jack" Webster
David “Jack” Webster

David “Jack” Webster and colourful local sporting identity & Jennison Cup winner Philip “Thomo” Thomson both scored 37 stableford points on Tuesday with Jack triumphant on a count back. Neil Webster was third on 32. It appears the rest of the field had a rough day. Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel, scored 27, Paul Smedley & Bob Taylor 25, & Glenn Johnson took the Mars Bar with 24.

Mouldy Ignores Tough Conditions

Mark "Mouldy" Millward explaining to Philip "Thomo" Thomson how a mobile phone works.
Mark “Mouldy” Millward explaining to Philip “Thomo” Thomson how a mobile phone works.

Mark “Mouldy” Millward appeared to take no notice of the warm weather & high winds registering a stableford score of 44 points on Saturday.  Runner up was junior member Kobi Wenzel with 36, a reasonable effort in the conditions. The remaining players clearly had difficulty as next best was David “Jack” Webster with 28 followed by Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel & Michael “Tickers” Tickner on 27. The Mars Bar went to Klaus Heymann from Tarcowie Golf Club with 26.

Thomo Takes Out Jennison Cup

Thomo
Thomo

Colourful local sporting identity Philip “Thomo” Thomson defeated Chris “Critta” Waters in the final of the Jennison Handicap Match Play Cup in testing conditions. The warm and windy conditions made golf  very difficult & Thomo’s experience saw him handle the conditions better than his opponent. Critta got away to a good start winning the first two holes, but Thomo steadied at this point and helped by a couple of errors from Critta reversed the score by half way. Critta was unable to get back into the game on the back 9 & Thomo eventually took the match 4 & 3.

Andrew Hall Takes Out Mulligan Contest

 

Andrew Hall drives from hole 13
Andrew Hall drives from hole 13

The mulligan group has adopted the World  handicapping system which will be introduced in 2020, and all players gave it the thumbs up. The major changes are the adjustment of daily handicaps to account for the difference between the course scratch rating & par & the increase in the maximum handicap to 54.

Andrew Hall scored 22 points to beat Dick Cleland 21 points. Andrew needed to score 3 points on the last hole to pull clear. Mulligan specialist Dick Secomb was third with a disappointing 14 points while Trevor Maxted took the Mars Bar with 12.

Critta Wins Tuesday Stableford

Critta coils for a blistering drive
Critta coils for a blistering drive

In a perfect warm up for the Jennison Cup final to be played on Saturday against colourful local identity Philip “Thomo” Thomson, Chris “Critta’ Waters took out today’s comp with 35 points. Runner up was Dick Cleland who choked in spectacular fashion scoring 34 points with 22/12 splits. Russell “Gus The Good Guy” scored 33 followed by David “Jack’ Webster & Pat Hallion 30, Neil Webster 27 & the Mars Bar went to yesterday’s star Paul Smedley with 23.

Mouldy Takes Out Heritage Classic

Mark "Mouldy" Millward proudly displays the Unicorn Brewery Trophy.
Mark “Mouldy” Millward proudly displays the Unicorn Brewery Trophy.

Popular men’s vice captain, Mark “Mouldy” Millward won the 2018 Heritage Classic with 40 stableford points. Mouldy looked set for a score in the mid 40’s but looked a bit shaky on holes 16 & 17 before steadying himself on the final hole. Runner up was leading female Reva Cullen with 39 points. Bob Perry was third on a count back from Andy Spackman & Neville Kelly (Renmark) all finishing on 38. Danish visitor Paul Smedley was given a provisional handicap of 24 & finished with 43 points. Unfortunately Paul was ineligible for the main prize as his handicap was not official, but a great effort nonetheless. We all look forward to playing with Paul over the coming weeks as he has an extended stay in Burra.

Other scores were Russell “Gus The Good Guy” Wenzel 36; David Jack Webster 35; Gary Weymouth (Emu GC) 33; Trevor Maxted, Peter Seidel (Crystal Brook), colourful local sporting identity Philip “Thomo” Thomson, Chris “Critta” Waters 32; Roly Haggerty (Peterborough), David Norman (Peterborough) Alex O’Dea (Peterborough) 31; Dick Cleland, Kobi Wenzel 29; Klaus Heymann (Tarcowie) 26; Andrew Hall 25, Peter Brearley (Peterborough) 22; and the Mars Bar went to Luke Spackman with 21.