An excellent field of about 80 men contested last Saturday’s Droughtbusters Tour Personnel’s 18 Hole Par event, which also acted as the first round of the Frank Donnelly Perpetual Trophy. B Grade golfer Rod Kiley lead the way
with a brilliant plus 5 score to be a convincing 4 shot winner in his grade, while junior golfer Lachlan Buesnell led the way in A Grade with an equally impressive plus 4 score line to edge out Matt Lawryk by a mere shot. In the C Grade visiting Cowra golfer Paul Smith cleaned up with a plus 1 score.
Ball winners on the day went to players on -2 on a countback. Nearest the pin awards: Michael Smith – Idlerite Tyrepower 1st hole; Mitch McGlashan – Griffins Leading Edge 4th hole and the Money Hole award.; Matthew
– Dirt Doctor Landscaping 6th hole; Wayne Powter -Harvey Norman 11th hole; John Murphy – Westlime 15th hole. Nearest the Pins in two shots winners were Dub Rodgers -Parkes Ready Mixed Concrete 9th Hole and Mitch McGlashan -PJL Group 18th hole.
The ladies contested an 18 Hole Stableford for Sue Holman’s trophy that saw Lynne Guise triumphant with 31 Stableford points, while ball winners went to Margaret Hogan on 25 points, Leone Stevenson 24 points and Cathy Kelly survived the countback on 23 points. The club conducted a highly successful Come and Try Day for juniors last Saturday with more than 80 juniors turning up.
By Paul Thomas