Golf results

BERMAGUI LADIES: Tathra Ladies Cup winners Brenda Whiffen, Maggie Hayes and Sandy Chamberlin.
BERMAGUI LADIES: Tathra Ladies Cup winners Brenda Whiffen, Maggie Hayes and Sandy Chamberlin.

Bermagui Ladies

Results for Wednesday, March 6

A group of 17 ladies played in the Wednesday stableford event and the winner was Lesley Ashton playing off a 24 handicap with 32 points, runner up was Michele Medelis (17) also with 32 points. Balls went to Marion Calder (13) 31 points, Jo Buttrey (24) 30 points, Jo Mills (27) 29 points, Chris Gorman (29) 28 points and Fran Vercoe (23) with 27 points. Nearest the Pin on the 11th Marion Calder.

Results for Saturday, March 9

A group of 12 ladies played stableford on Saturday, the winner Val Schilling (35) came in with 32 points on a countback from Jo Buttrey (24). Balls went to Brenda Whiffen (22 ) 31 points, Carolyn Gibbons (14) and Lesley Ashton(23) both with 30 points.

Results for Monday, March 11

A group of 11 ladies played in the 9 hole short course competition on Monday and the winner was Audrey Cook with 22 points playing off a 14 handicap. Balls went to Nerida Holzhauser (9) 18 points, Norma Heddles (16) 18 points and Anne Browne (20) 17 points.

Several of the Bermagui Ladies played in the Tathra Open last week and Maggie Hayes scored 81 off the stick to become the Tathra Open Champion.

Sandy Chamberlin was the division 1 handicap winner with 70 nett. Division 4 scratch winner was Val Schilling with 100 off the stick while Irene Putaansuu was scratch runner up with 103.

The inaugural Tathra Ladies Cup for a club nominated team of four with the best three scores to count was won by Fiona Hanks, Brenda Whiffen, Sandy Chamberlin and Maggie Hayes with a score of 218.

BERMAGUI SOCIAL: Mal LeComte was the winner of the 9-hole stroke event.

BERMAGUI SOCIAL: Mal LeComte was the winner of the 9-hole stroke event.

Bermagui Social Golfers

We started out on a wonderful morning as we travelled to Tathra Golf Course in our bus with music playing and everyone excited about enjoying a day out.

We played a stroke event over 9 holes. The winner was Mal LeComte and runner up David Webster. Thanks goes to our bus driver "Spud" and cooks Andrew and Charlie.

After a BBQ lunch we returned to Bermagui with a bus full of cheer. Thanks again to our sponsors the Bermagui Beach Hotel, Bermagui Pizza, Triple 7, and Needs Butchery.

BERMAGUI MEN: Saturday winners Lindsay Sharp (A grade runner up) and Santiago Valle (C grade runner up).

BERMAGUI MEN: Saturday winners Lindsay Sharp (A grade runner up) and Santiago Valle (C grade runner up).

Bermagui Men

Thursday, March 7 - Stableford

A 3 way countback placed Darren Redman (hcp 15) into the A grade winning position shading Winston Fowler (hcp 13) and regular visitor Rob Ryan (hcp 11) all on 38 points.

The B grade win went to Peter Robertson (hcp 21) with 37 points. Runner up after a countback was Martin Fowler (hcp 20) edging Rob Cattanach (hcp 16) both on 36 points.

Ralph Grant from Cronulla Golf Club won C grade with a best score of the day 40 points. Brendan Matters (hcp 22) ran second with 38 and third went to Mal Le Comte (hcp 34) on 36 points.

Saturday, March 9 - Stableford

Anthony Hart (hcp 10) put in a good performance for the win in A grade with a best of the day 40 points. Runner up was message enhanced Lindsay Sharp (hcp 13) on 39.

The B grade win went to Ross Simpson (hcp 18) with 39 points. Runner up was John Stichbury (hcp 21) on 37 points.

Mick Smith (hcp 28) had a 34 point C grade win and Santiago Valle (hcp 25) was next with 32 points.

The feathers were ruffled today with 3 Eagles landed. Neil Rutherford on the Par 5 eighteenth, Paul Batten and Dave Chamberlin both on the par 5 sixteenth hole

Club News: Thursday, March 14 will be a fun team event of Irish Split Sixes so dress accordingly. The Pennants semi-finals will commence on Sunday, March 17 with Bermagui’s Division 1 and Division 2 teams contesting. 

Narooma Men

THURSDAY, MARCH 7

Yet another excellent field of 150 players enjoyed a somewhat challenging course with a resultant DSR of 72. In A Grade Phil Haynes finally returned to the winner's circle in scoring 39 points off his handicap of 11, although on a countback from Rory Kleeman. Colin O'Sullivan took third place with 38 points.

In B Grade Wayne Rollings registered by far the best score of the day with 44 points off his handicap of 20, followed by Warick Minett on 39 points and Noel Fisher on 38 points.

C Grade was taken out by Alex Gardner with 41 points off his handicap of 26, followed by Rod Holman on 38 points with Kevin Evans from Ryde-Parramatta one point further back in third place. The nearest-the-pin winners were Laurie Holmes on 3, Ken Adams on 9, Tony Hunt on 14 and Bernie Krueger on 17, while the ball competition went down to all on 33 points.

SATURDAY, MARCH 9

A field of 136 players found the course a little challenging with a resultant DSR of 72. A Grade was taken out by Don Hannam from Royal Sydney with 40 points off his handicap of 8, the best score of the day. Brett Thompson was runner-up on 39 points while Rod Streater took third place with 37 points on countback from Rick Porter and Allan Maddison.

William Monteith came out on top in B Grade with 39 points off his handicap of 15, two better than Hal Fraser in second place. Rex Dunn scored 36 points to fill third place on countback from Graham Small and Henry George.

Terry Pickles finally got the top place in C Grade after scoring 39 points off his handicap of 34, one point better than Dan Fallon from Yowani and three better than Sid Dean.

The nearest-the-pin winners were Brett Thompson on 3, Don Hannam on 9, Meridie Banson on 14 and David Spencer from Keysborough on 17, while the ball competition went down to all on 33 points. 

BERMAGUI MEN: Thursday winners (from left) Neil Rutherford (March Medal winner), Rob Ryan (A grade 3rd), Ralph Grant (C grade winner) and Dave Chamberlin (NAGA winner).

BERMAGUI MEN: Thursday winners (from left) Neil Rutherford (March Medal winner), Rob Ryan (A grade 3rd), Ralph Grant (C grade winner) and Dave Chamberlin (NAGA winner).