A SINGLE stableford with 54 players at the Griffith Golf Club last Saturday with the afternoon players having the added obstacle of persistent rain.
Allan Andreazza, 41 points, won A Grade draining a birdie on the first from Matt Staines, 36 points, carding birdies on the 2nd, 14th and 17th to shoot one under for 70. CB Col Leeson.
John Brennick, 38 points, won B Grade, from Bryan Salvestro, 36 points. CB Ngaru Noa.
Ray Greig, 42 points, won C Grade, John Gavin, 40 points ,second four point pars on 4th and 12th.
Pro Pins Josh Stapleton, John Brennick, par 3s, 4th Matt Rumings, 7th David Kidd, 11th Steve Marland, 16th Don Hillam, vouchers to 34 points.
Sunday's Single Stableford in two grades Geoff Cotterill, 38 points, won 0-18, CB over Rod Barrington, 38.
Garry Purcell, 37 points, won 19-36, four point par on 13, John F Gale, 36 points, second, also a four pointer on the 13, CB over Tony Zamin.
Mitch Howard won the 7th pin, Skeet Milne 11th, vouchers to 33 points.
The PHL Surveryors Melbourne Cup Golf Day is on again on Tuesday, November 7.
The event is a four person Ambrose, shotgun start from 9.15am.
Entry fee $40 includes bacon and egg rolls from 8.30am, lunch, sweep tickets.
Non members $44, lunch only $30.
The Doms Motors Club Championships over four rounds commences this coming Saturday November 4, then in a new format over the next three Saturdays 11, 18 and 25.
The final two rounds will be a seeded draw for each grade.
Seeded players must play in these time slots.
Players can opt to pay $50 for the four rounds.
Griffith will host the Riverina Left Handers Championship on Sunday, November 12.
Tee off between 9.30am and 10am. Contact Robin Salvestro 0417 203 779.
A last chance Holden Scramble will be held at Griffith on Sunday, December 3. All the usual conditions apply.
Sacred Heart Parish is holding a family golf day on Sunday, November 19, open to everyone.
It will be an ambrose with 1pm tee off. $15 entry includes a barbecue.
Today and Sunday's events are Single Stablefords; Globe Backpackers Stroke monthly medal.
The Vets Tournament last week was again a huge success with 188 entries from 49 clubs which meant around 200 people in town for a week giving the city's economy a huge boost.
The course got raving reviews as did the town of eateries, wineries and shopping.
Player of the tournament was Brian Savage.
Thanks to the sponsors, League Club, Yarran and Casella Wineries, Robin's Pharmacy, Bertoldo's, Landmark, John Ellis, Pat and Gerry Cox, Graeme Gifford and helpers did a sterling job.
A one grade single stableford last Wednesday was won by Jeff Wiscombe, 39 points, from James Lethlean, 38. Vouchers to 35 points.
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