News from Gloucester Golf Club

Autolec Trophy Day

On Saturday members played a stableford event for trophies kindly donated by Autolec, thanks very much Jason and Alison. The winners on the day were D Blanch in A grade with 37 pts on a countback, R Moore in B grade with 33 pts and B Newman in C grade with the best score on the day of 38 pts. NTP went to J Andrews in A grade, noone in B grade, P Patterson in C grade and the long drive was won by Wackka. The ball comp went down to 33. This weekend is the annual Yates Family Trophy day with some great prizes supplied by the family, so get your names in to support the families continued contribution to our club, lets hope it doesn't get washed out again Darb! The following weekend is the monthly stroke/medal rnd once again supported by Arkwood. This day will also be the annual mug of mugs play off so all eligible players need to keep that in mind. The players eligible for the playoff are W Norris, M Howland, G McDonald, P Bowden, W Ejea, R Paff, P Garland, B Veitch, C McLeod, S Burns and B Osborne. I hope to see you all there to make the comp successful. Yours in Golf The Shanker.


Bert Newman Trophy Day 4BBB

On an exceedingly hot day, there were only 16 starters – four of whom opted to play just nine holes (very sensible!). The winning team was Sally Higgins and Mark Howland on 48 points and the runners up were Bert Newman and Phil Hawkins on 43 points, with Bruce Fraser and Denver Webb also on 43 points. The individual winner, with a terrific 40 points, was Sally Higgins. NTP on 4/13 was Bert Newman and, guess who?, Sally Higgins for the ladies. Stayers award went to the pairing of Noel Cooke and welcome regular visitor, Peter Wildblood (Taree).

Ladies Golf

A cooler morning greeted the ladies on Wednesday which made it a nice morning for golf. The fields are getting larger each week as we get ready to start the 18 Holes winter competition on the first Wednesday in March. The winner on Wednesday was Moyà Harris with 25 points, nice to see you in the winning circle Moyà. Ball comp winners were Margaret Dunn 22, Ev Blanch 21 Pat Burrows 21, Ann Mullen 21, Myrelle Fraser 18 and Rhonda Nightingale 17points. NTP 4th@13th Margaret Dunn and 6th@15th Moyà Harris. Results from Wednesday which was played in very hot conditions, Jill Carson won the day with 17 points, Ball winners Pam Paff 16, Dale Rabbett 16, Myrelle Fraser 16 Margaret Dunn 15 and Val Smith also with 15 points, Moyà Harris and Alison Windeyer with 13 points. We are having a beginners day on Wednesday 27th February, the event is to be an Ambrose, so find yourself a beginner or maybe someone who hasn’t played golf for a long time and this may encourage them to come back and join us again. Ladies to supply morning tea after golf.