Bermagui men’s golf
Thursday, October 24 - Stableford competition with 80 starters
THE top spot in A grade went to Bill McKenzie playing off a 12 handicap with 38 points, followed by Glenn Kuehnapfel off 11 handicap and 36 points. Third in A grade went to Roy Matthews playing off 13 and scoring 36.
In B grade the winner was Robert Gammage (handicap 19) with 42 points, second B grade spot to Dave Moore (handicap 17) returning on 36. Third was John Medelis (handicap 21) also on 36.
In C grade Gerald Wright playing off 24 handicap took out 1st spot with a score of 39 points. 2nd in C grade was Mark Puglisi (31 handicap) on 36. Third in C grade was Leslie Holmes (handicap 28) scoring 35.
Balls awarded down to 31.
NTP’s 6th Gerald Wright, 8th Ray Cullen, 11th Justin Law and 15th Dave Moore.
Saturday, October 26 – 4BBB Stableford
THE annual Captain’s Red Team versus President’s Blue Team 4BBB Stableford event with over 100 starters on a beautiful Bermagui day.
After a five-year wait the Captain’s Team managed to oust the President’s Team from top spot this year.
The Captains mob was headed by Derek Quinto and Wilma Scarpin and their team came in with a total score of 1,072 points which was more than enough to overcome the gallant efforts of the President’s Team who this year scored a total of 1,045 points. Ron Lye and Barbara Harrop led the Presidents Team and took the defeat graciously.
The winning pair for the Captain’s Team was Bruce Blair and Shane Roberts with 48 points and on the President’s side the pair Dave Moore and Grant McGrath came in with the best score of the day 49 points but unfortunately no cigar It was another great day on the Bermagui golf calendar with a barbeque and refreshments at the finish. We also held the opening of the Neil Wilton Sports Bar to honour our old mate who passed away earlier this year.
• Saturday, November 2 is Monthly Medal day.
• Sunday, November 17 is Narmorgui at Moruya.
For competition bookings phone Chris Hearn at our Pro Shop on 6493 4657.
Bermagui ladies golf
ON Saturday a few ladies played stableford and the winner with 35 points was Jo Buttery. Runner up Anna Blacka 35 points. NTP Brenda Whiffen.
Monday was the third round of the championships and the best scores were Janice Aldred 71 net. Lesley Ashton 72 net. Marion Calder 73 net. Cindy Newell 73 net. Wilma Scarpin 74 net.
Wednesday the final day and the best for the day were Daphne Walters 75 net. Lynn Ponsford 75 net. Terry Freemantle 75 net. Barb Harrop 76 net. Pat Jones 76 net. Wendy Chaplin 76 net.
Congratulations to the Bermagui Ladies Singles Champion Maggie Hayes with 340 scratch for the 72 holes.
Division 1: Scratch winner Pat Jones 353. Handicap winner Marion Calder 302.nett.
Division 1: Scratch winner Wilma Scarpin 410. Handicap winner Cherie Rudneski 312 net.
Division 3: Scratch winner Wendy Chaplin 434. Handicap winner Cindy Newell 306 net.
Best 36 holes Michele Medelis 176 net.
Day 1: Division 1 Winner Michele Medelis 69 net. Division 2: Winner Brenda Whiffen 77 net. Division 3: Winner Elaine Reid 77 net.
Day 2: Division 1 Winner Marion Calder 71 net. Division 2: Winner Cherie Rudneski 69 net. Division 3: Winner Wendy Chaplin.
Day 3: Division 1: Winner Lesley Ashton 72 net. Division 2: Winner Wilma Scarpin 74 net. Division 3: Winner Janice Aldred 71 net.
Day 4: Division 1: Winner Lynn Ponsford 75 net. Division 2: Winner Wilma Scarpin 77 net. Division 3: Winner Daphne Walters 75 net.
Bermagui bowling news
THE 2013 Mixed Championships will be finalised next Saturday afternoon –November 2. The team of John and Joan Roach meet Neville Fogwell and Yvonne Taylor. There should be quite a gallery watching so good bowling to all.
Thursday’s social game for the ladies was once again short lived. It was said that players were blown off the green. At least Renee Dove was a winner in the raffle, with the jackpot “jackpotting”.
Sunday was another day with mixed bowlers happy to play competition for a winner. Doing just that Bob Whackett partnered Denise McGlashan and Joan Edwards to step forward for the prize. Sunday’s jackpot also carries over until next week.