A solid field of 76 players contested a 4BBB stableford at the Griffith Golf Club last Saturday.
Winners were Andy Arnold and Andrew Noad combining for a score of 49 points.
They carded 24 points out, Noad nailing a birdie on the 1st, then added 25 points home with seven three pointers.
One behind on 48 points were Ian Carney and Josh Smith.
Smith was hot on the front nine, with four point pars on the 1st, 2nd, and 8th, in a 26 point front nine.
Smith carded another four pointers on the 11th though they slipped to 22 points in.
Graham and Nathan Campbell, 47 points, filled third place, 23 points out 24 home, Nathan birdied the 13th.
Cody Stokes and Toby Maher won the 8th and 15th Pro Pins.
Par Threes to 4th Steve Matheson, 7th Matt McNaught, 11th Dean Minato, and16th Alf Franchi.
Vouchers to 43 points.
IT WAS a two grade single stableford on Sunday with 35 players.
Ryan Harrison, 41 points, won 0-18 Grade ahead of former club champ Matt Staines, looking to regain his title, firing a seven under par round of 64, to card 40 points. He plays off plus three.
Geoff Cotterill, 37 points, was best in 19-36 Grade from Corey Saunders, 35 points.
Skeet Milne won the 7th pin, Josh Stapleton the 16th.
Vouchers to 33 points.
IT WILL be a busy four days of golf over the Easter weekend with single stablefords on Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday the culminating with the Open Easter Tournament on Easter Monday.
There will be an 11am shotgun sart with prizes for both men and women, the usual novelty events and a barbecue provided.
Earaly entries by April 18 would be appreciated to help with catering.
The junior competition continues each Sunday at 9.30am but from Sunday, May 8 it will move to a 2pm start.
The Pro Shop is having an end of summer clothing sale with some great bargains.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the AGM has been moved to a date in May.
Members can still nominate for board positions.
THE veterans played a single stableford in three grades last Thursday.
Roy Calabria, 36 points, won 0-18 Grade from Jim Dickie, 35 points.
Byron James, 38 points, was best in 19-24 Grade over Doug McWilliam, 37 points.
Garnett Reade, 37 points, was successful in 25-36 Grade from Don Catanzariti, 36 points.
Reade also won the 7th pin, Brian Savage 11th.
Vouchers to 34 points on a countback.
A two grade single versus par last Wednesday.
Rpbin Salvestro, plus four won 19-36 Grade, with Terry Bennett, plus two in second.
Stephen Lightfoot, plus four, won 19-36 Grade, Luke Cole, plus three, second.
Vouchers to minus 2.
Today's event is a single stableford.