going to the Halberg Disability Sports Foundation. The weather was quite kind to players, with
reasonable temperatures and just a small amount of water on the grounds.
There were three groups in the Stableford competition. The best scores on the day were from players in
the second group, with Allan Biel and Ken Downing both returning 40 points scores, with Shane Hawkins
and Laurence Butler both finishing on 37 points. In the first group Carl Cocks and Kevin Cooper both
scored 36 points, with Stu Northe and Lynne Sutherland both finishing with 35 points. The best score on
the third group was posted by Tony Taylor with 39 points, followed by Jim Sutherland on 36 points, Alex
Ross on 35 points and Bill Ousey on 33 points.
The nearest to the pins saw Stu Northe take out the Makes Cents Accounting hole on the first and the
Pak and save Masterton one on the eighth hole. The Liquorland Masterton nearest went to Lynne
Sutherland, the McAuleys transport Ltd one on the sixth hole went to Kevin Gibbs, the one on the tenth
hole went to Kevin Mackay, the contractors Ltd one on the seventeenth hole went to Ken Downing and
the team speak one on the eighteenth hole went to Troy Shaw. Holes in 2 on the day were scored by
Kevin Gibbs, Malcolm Chapman and Chris Wenden.
Sunday’s competition was a par round. Leading the way in this competition was by Byron Karaitiana with
a score of 3 up, followed by Terry Fleet on 2 up and then both Laurence Butler and Maurice O’Reilly on 1
up. There were no holes in 2 on the day.
The weather on Tuesday saw to it that the veterans group called off their competition for the day.
The competition on Saturday is a medal round, with just a few matches required to bring the club
championships field to down to 8 players. The club competition on Sunday will be a stableford round.