In the first group Stu North came out on top with a score of 4 up on par followed by Damian Kauika on 3
up and then Rod Dravitzki and Meki Lauvi on 2 up. The second group saw Adam Lenz come out on top
with a score of 6 up, with Greg Granich the runner up on 5 up followed by Brian Chappell on 3 up. The
best scoring of the day was on the third group which saw Bill Ousey and Graham Duckett both poster
scores of 8 up on par with Karl Churchward the next best on 6 up.
The Makes Cents Accounting nearest to the pin on the first hole was taken out by Damian Kauika, with
the Liquorland Masterton one on the third hole going to Vanya Arnopp, the McAuleys transport Ltd one
on the sixth hole went to Adam Lenz, the Pak’N Save Masterton one on the eighth hole to Ray Cocks and the Dinah and Deb Keats Professionals Real Estate one on the seventeenth hole to Meki Lauvi.
Once again the Alister Bruce Affordable Sheds nearest to the pin on the tenth was not struck. Holes in 2 on the day were scored by Ray Cocks and Adam Lenz.
Sunday’s club competition was a stableford round which saw Cheycoda Cocks come out on top with a
total of 42 points, with brine Chapel the runner up on 40 points with Frank Martin taking third place on
39 points. Graeme Dick scored the only hole in 2 for the day.
On Tuesday the veterans group played in a Stableford competition. In the ladies division Judith
O’Connor came out with the best score of the day of 45 points to just head off Janet Campbell on 43
points. In the men’s division the scoring was more sedate with Ross Ireland coming out on top with a
score of 38 points followed by Eddie Tuuta on 37 points and then Doug Simpson on 36 points. The nine
hole division saw Gordon Wilton come out on top with 25 points with Irene Phelps at one point behind.
There were only nearest the pins on the sixth hole with Judith O’Connor taking the one out for the ladies
and Doug Simpson took out the one for the men. Roger Stenton scored the only hole in two for the day.
Saturday sees the men’s Wellington interclub teams in action, with the division A2 team playing against
Titahi at Mahunga club while the division B2 team will be playing the judgement club at their course.
For those who are not involved in the interclub, click no one’s PDF Saturday sees a slightly different
competition being played, which is an Irish stableford round. For the ladies this will also be the second
round of the Francis Stableford competition.
The club competition on Sunday will be a medal round. It is now just over a week before the Mahunga Easter tournament gets underway with a practice round on Saturday followed by the 2 competition rounds on Saturday and Sunday. Entries are still being taken for the tournament with the entry sheet in the clubhouse foyer.