Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
There are a few new members putting in handicapping scores, so we wish them a big welcome to our little club.
The Lionel and Trish Fuller Family Fun Day will be held this Saturday, August 28, and will be a 2-ball Ambrose. Members are encouraged to bring a non-member along. Please remember you do need a partner if you are able to find one.
On Tuesday, August 31, Fred Smith will run a competition for members in Ingham, at 12:30 for 1pm start.
The next Friday Social will be held on September 3.
The Ingham Men’s Open will be held on Saturday, September 25.
The Stephen and Kim Moore Trophy Day will be held on Sunday, October 3, and will be an Ambrose, with lots of prizes, and with food and drink provided.
The A-Grade Stroke Pennant will now be held on November 13-14.
On Tuesday, there was a good field of thirty players for the Tropical Coast Veterans’ game in Tully. The Men’s Ingham prize-winners were Brian Scanlon and Fred Smith, with 28 points. Of the Ingham Ladies, Julie Reed won with 33 points, with Deb Giles as runner-up with 28 points. Julie Reed won a pin shot.
Wednesday’s Ladies had nine players turnout for a Brooch Qualifier stroke event with putts counted. The clear winner was Julie Reed, with an excellent score of 71 nett. The runner-up on a countback was Cheryl Lloyd, with a nett of 78, just pipping Deb Giles. Pin shots were won by Sue Cameron and Julie Reed.
Fourteen players competed in the Stableford event on Saturday. Ian Swarbrick, with 38 points, was the winner and the runner-up was Russell Shand, with 37 points. Ian Fitzgerald on 37 points also took the run-down prize.
Sunday’s Monthly Medal Stableford event attracted thirty players. Ian Swarbrick took honours, with a nett 70, ahead of runners-up winners Brian Scanlon (nett 70) and Ian Fitzgerald (nett 70). Run-down winners were Aurelio Mason, with nett 71, and Steven Marbelli and Adrian Chinotti, both with 72 nett. Shane Cosentino took the pin prize.
Saturday’s competition will be the Fuller Family Two-Ball Ambrose and Sunday’s is a Single Stableford.
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