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Blackheath Golf Results - 14th February to 18th February 2018

Source: Blackheath Golf Club
Archived 19 Apr 2018 - Posted: 19 Feb 2018
On Saturday 24th we hold a fundraising Gala Weekend organised by Ken Scully.

BLACKHEATH MEN

Wednesday 14th February was the usual Single Stableford and 2BBB. Bob Montgomery (20) extended his Pennants form into midweek with 40 points, winning on countback over Trevor Thomas (6). Brian Tulloch (15) and Rua Kenny (21) snuck in 47 points to take out the 2BBB. Balls went to 35 pts OCB. Nearest the Pin went to Andrew Price on the 17th, while the 2nd hole resisted all attempts at conquest. We hosted visitors from Wentworth Falls, Penrith and Goondiwindi.

Saturday 17th February saw our Men’s and Women’s Foursomes Championships played alongside a Medley Single Stableford. We had visitors from The SGA GC, Springwood, Wentworth Falls and Penrith. In delightful weather, Brent Bones & Chris Baker negotiated the 27 holes in 116, winning from Barry Simpson and Rob Thompson (117). Nett winners were Adam Gronlund and Robert Skinner (26.1 for 27 holes) with 101.15 over Peter Messer & Paul Rowe (22.4) with 103.75.

Saturday's Nearest the Pins awards and the NTP sponsors are as follows. 2nd hole sponsored by Blue Mountains Plantation Shutters and Cabinet Making, Jack Walden 252cm. 5th hole sponsored by Office Choice Blue Mountains, Ian Evans 105cm. 7th hole sponsored by Paul and Gabrielle Loneragan, Paul Rowe 402cm. 13th hole, sponsored by Blue Mountain Escapes, Luke Skinner 74cm. 14th hole Regan Molony 122cm. 17th hole, sponsored by Ben Cameron, J. Bishop 484cm.

BLACKHEATH LADIES

Thursday 15th February was a Par event sponsored by Jocalyn Lawler. Winner was Roslyn Starkey (43) WITH -2 OCB over Di Landsberg (26). The NTP on the 1st was not won but the Blackheath Vegie Patch sponsored 13th was, by Ros Starkey. Balls went to Ros, Di, Di Pease, Etsuko Saxton, Louise Aaron, A. Morris, Sandra Draper, C Goodrich and Carrie Soady.

Saturday 17th February was the Foursomes. Di Pease and Carrie Soady won the 27-hole day with 151. Close runners-up were Mandy McAlister and Rhonda Lonergan. Nett Winners were Di Landsberg and Maree Griffiths (111) followed by Jeanette Hawkins and Sandra Draper. Balls went to Di Landsberg, Maree, Mandy, Rhonda, Di Pease and Carrie.

DISTRICT PENNANTS

ON Sunday 18th February we played at Wentworth Falls. Our Seniors Team recorded its first win of the season, over Oberon, 3-2. A bad email from the Captain told players that the starting time was 11.00am instead of the correct 10.00am. So, one player turned up at the wrong time (it was not his fault) and the team was reduced to four players. Jack Walden (5/4), Nat Foster (2/1) and Andrew Lawson (5/3) were our victors.

Our Masters Team remain undefeated. They overcame Oberon 3.5 to 2.5. Barry Simpson (1 up) Mark Allen (3/1) and Michael Mole (7/6) all won, with Alistair Campbell adding the vital half point. The Kortum Shield team also won, 2.5 to 0.5 over Leura. Phil Binskin and Bob Montgomery maintained their winning run, Tristan Schwartz and Brian Tulloch recorded their maiden victory, while Garry Way and Adam Preen remained undefeated after squeezing out a draw.

The scene is set for an exciting final round at Leura next Sunday, when the final placings of the round-robin will be determined.

On Saturday 24th we hold a fundraising Gala Weekend organised by Ken Scully.

The course is in excellent condition despite the lack of rain. Our predecessors had foresight and funds when building our 3 dams.

Remember our FREE Junior Clinics that run during school term from 3.45 to 4.30 on Thursdays.

Just turn up at the Club or ring Darrin our Club Pro on 4787 5643.

 

This article archived 19 Apr 2018

 
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