Golf at the Griffith Golf Club is the only organised sport allowed to be played, but only so long as players adhere strictly to the rules put in place to protect their safety.
Only one case of the virus could lead to golf being closed down. So golfers, make sure you do the right thing.
There were 71 players in a single stableford last Saturday.
Josh Stapleton fired up, taking out A Grade with 39 points. He fired two under par 69, carding birdies on the 9th, 17th and 18th and an eagle two on the 15th, shooting two under par 33 home.
Mark Townsend, 36 points, was runner-up, carding 19 points out and 17 home with 10 pars.
Steve Lightfoot, 36 points, was the best in B Grade, scoring 14 points out then 22 home.
John Bortolazzo, 35 points, was second, 16 out and 19 home with two pars.
Byron James, 35 points, won C Grade, carding a four point par on the 4th.
John Gale, 34 points, was runner-up on a countback over Jorge Woods, Steve Marland and Mike Schwartz. Vouchers to 33 points.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there could be further changes to the way competition golf is played. Members will be advised of these by email. Always check with the pro shop.
A field of 49 players teed off on Sunday in a single stroke.
Steve Matheson 71 nett, won A Grade, firing 78 off the stick and nailing a birdie on the first, on a countback over Gerry Cox, 71 nett, shooting 83 off the stick on a countback over Graham Richens.
Jim Dickie, 70 nett, 84 scratch won B Grade from Jason Price 71 nett, 88 off the stick, second.
Andrew Scott, 70 nett, 96 off the stick won C Grade; Craig Dredge, 71 nett, was runner-up. Jason Magoci eagled the 17th. Vouchers went to 74 nett.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there could be further changes to the way competition golf is played. Members will be advised of these by email. Always check with the pro shop on 6962 3742.
The first round of the Caltex Match Play is to be completed by Sunday, April 5.
Today's and Sunday's events will be single stablefords, Saturday a single stroke for the April monthly medal, sponsored by Malcolm's Chinese Restaurant.
The veterans single stableford was open to all golfers last Thursday, with 38 players.
Chris Fuchs, 41 points, won A Grade ahead of Tony McBride, 35 points.
James Browne, 34 points, was best in B Grade; David Woodside, 33 points, the runner-up.
Wayne Moat, with 36 points, won the C Grade event with Allan King, 35 points, the runner-up. Vouchers went to 31 points.
A single stableford was played on Monday, March 23 in one grade.
The event was won by James Lethlean, 34 points, from Tony Leadbetter, 33 points, on a countback over Roy Calabria and Jason Magoci. Magoci eagled the 9th.