Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
IT has been great to see some good weather and thanks to the Innisfail Golf Club’s grounds crew, the course is in fantastic condition.
The committee has approved a contractor to remove the milky pine. This work will be scheduled for next week.
The temporary tees will be in place until the work and repairs have been completed on the sixth tee.
Last week’s IGC Rules and Etiquette quiz and answer:
In match play, ‘Lombo’ has teed off from outside the teeing area when starting the first hole. The penalty for the ‘Ice Man’ is loss of hole.
True or False?
Answer: False. When starting a hole in match play, there is no penalty for playing from outside the teeing area, however the opponent (Craig) may cancel the stroke and require ‘Lombo’ to play from inside the teeing area. (Rule 6.1b)
This week’s Quiz:
Blake started the Monthly Medal (stroke play) with 13 clubs. During the front nine, Blake broke his putter in anger.
After the ninth hole, he purchased a new putter in the pro shop and used it for the rest of the round. What is the ruling?
A – There is no penalty
B – Blake receives two stroke penalties for the next two holes
C – Blake is disqualified
The answer was revealed last Saturday, and all correct answers went into the draw for a Titleist Pro V1.
Innisfail junior golfer, Caine Cockle had a personal best at the Wednesday All Sporters 9-hole competition on September 8 to claim the win.
1st: Caine Cockle Jnr 22pts
2nd: Ian McDonald 20pts c/b
3rd: Peter Ryde 20pts
NTP: Rod Ingram
One of Innisfail’s new members, John Slater, played a great round for the win at the Friday Sporters 9-hole competition on September 10.
1st: John Slater 19pts
2nd: Luke Peters 17pts c/b
3rd: Jake Cockle 17pts c/b
NTP: Jake Cockle
On September 11, there were strong numbers on the course for the Cairns Golf Monthly Medal 18-hole competition, which was hotly contested in trying conditions.
The morning groups struggled with the best scores of 72 Nett from Jake Cockle, Alan Gould, and Paul Tattam. Tattam eagled the third hole from the rough, behind a tree, for a magnificent two.
The afternoon groups led the scoring, with strong rounds from Barry Scott and Ian Street on 70 Nett.
But the winners of the vouchers were in the same group, and it come down to the last hole and the last shot.
Rob Mills and Glenn Powell were tied neck and neck coming down the home stretch. Mills just nudged out Powell with a five on the last to claim victory and the ticket.
1st: Rob Mills 68 Nett c/b
2nd: Greg Powell 68 Nett
3rd: Barry Scott 70 Nett c/b
Thanks to new sponsors, Innisfail Seafood, who sponsored the Longest Putt on 9/18, and MG Pies who sponsor the 3/12 NTP. The lucky winners got a $20 voucher to spend instore.
|1/10 – Rob Mills||4/13 – Trent Mann||7/16 – Ian Street|
|2/11 – Chris Calleja||5/14 – Stephen Lyons||8/17 – E. Nest|
|3/12 – Paul Tattam||6/15 – Jake Cockle||9/18 – Jake Cockle|
Three Innisfail junior golfers had an early start to compete in the Mossman Junior Open on September 12 and had drizzling rain in the morning.
The 9-Hole Modified Gross winner was Keean Greven. Greven also won the NTP, Long Drive, and the Least Putts
The 9-Hole Novice Nett Runner Up was Regina Gattera.
Caine Cockle played well in the 18-Holes, placing fourth in Gross and missed out on the four-way countback for the Least Putts, with 28 in the round.
Cockle, along with three other junior golfers from the FNQ region, were presented with their Gary Player Classic shirts and travelled to Brisbane to compete in the tournament.
Please check out Innisfail Golf Club Facebook page to keep up with golf in the region.
Wednesday All Sporters competition – from 12.00pm, groups of four permitted.
Friday Sporters competition – from 12.00pm and 2.00pm, groups of four permitted – online bookings.
Saturday competition – Custom Build Constructions Stableford – timesheet tee off 7.30am and 12.00pm.
FNQ Veterans Golf – Tuesday, September 21.
Variety Charity Trades and General Public Day – September 24 – Contact: Rob Kopp.
Mark Walker Memorial October 8 – 10.
FNQ Ladies Ambrose – October 31.
FNQ Pennants Round – November 11.
Survivor Golf Series – Dec 4 – 5.
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