Forty points by Eddie Sivell won the Stableford event on Sunday followed by Chris Elliott next on 37. Chris also won the mystery holes for February with 7 on countback for the BC Training 6th, The Agency 15th and Chris Ryan Plumbing 18th holes. Making up the rundown were Simon Jiang 34, Max Sakiasi and Tom Dunwoodie each 33 and Lindsay Sergeant on 32 on countback. Nearest the pin on the Workers 8th was James Will and the drive and pitch on the Lee and Thomas 13th was Simon Jiang.
Goulburn Soldiers Club 12-hole Comp
Ken Wray took top honours for the 12-hoe event sponsored by the Goulburn Soldiers Club with his 24 points last week. Mark Berrisford and Brian Larkin both finished on 23, and on 22 were Gordon Rankmore, Eddie Hawkins, Jack Murdoch, John Smith and Brett Buckley. Finishing off the rundown on countback were Alan McDonald and Malcolm Young each on 21. There were 32 starters for the round.
Joy Leary and Ratna Rankmore were joint winners of division 1 of the Stroke minimum 9 when both finished with 33.3 nett. Beryl Gray won division 2 with 32 nett. The rundown included Di Schmitt 32.3 and Heather Buchanan 32.6. Putting was won by Di Schmitt with 26 and Beryl Howe on 34 for Div 1 and Div 2 respectively.
The Tully Pennant team sponsored by Fife Stockfeed battled hard but went down 3.5 to 2.5 against Gold Creek on Sunday. Trent Cooper and Jeremy Harrison scored wins and Mick Regterschot squared his match. Next week they play Yass at Fairbairne.
Chris Toole and Rheannah Webb teamed up well on Saturday to scrape home for a win in the Tully Park Mixed Foursomes sponsored by W & N Minney when they finished with nett 68.5 while Heather Dunlop and Alan McDonald finished on 69. The rundown saw the teams of Beryl Gray/ Bruce Dunlop 72, Beryl Howe/ Alan Bill 72 and Ratna Rankmore/Gordon Rankmore 23.5. Bery Gray and Bruce Dunlop won the drive and pitch on the Gordon otel 11th and Rheannah Webb and Chris Toole took the drive and pitch on Aaron’s Trees 12th. Nine teams played.
Notices: Sunday, Feb 28, Stroke Monthly Medal. This is the final week for names to go on the Kevin Peterson Matchplay event so we can get the draw done up to run from April. It is open to all Tully members with a G.A handicap – check details in the clubhouse window (right of door). All golfers are asked to download the Service NSW app on to their phones and scan the QR code in the window (left of door) when playing at Tully.
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