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Results after the holiday period

Sunday December 30
Sunday’s competition was a Stableford sponsored by the Lawrence Golf & Sports Club 9 hole winner was Rex Brassington with nett 18 followed by Ray Daniel on nett 16. The 18 hole winner was Max Withnell on nett 34 with Shane Rose right behind him on nett 33.

NTP was won by Shane Want with Peter Star taking out the least putts on the day and the money tree was won by Max Withnell. A big welcome was given to all our Sydney visitors.  

Wednesday January 2
Chook run was winner by Rodney Want (a visitor from Sydney) on net 29 with NTP on the 5th going to Max Withnell.

Friday January 4
FTG Par-3 was won by Bill Woodham on nett 30 with Shane Rose r/up on nett 33.  The ‘Golden Thong’ competition will be held on Australia Day (January 26) with tee off at 10am. COMPULSORY footwear is thongs and everyone welcome to come along and have some fun. There will be a $5 lunch from 12 noon.

Sunday January 6
This week’s competition was a Stroke sponsored by the Lawrence Golf & Sports Club Inc. The 9 hole winner was Ray Daniels with nett 33 followed closely by Charlie Allen on nett 34. Shane Rose took out the 18 hole competition on nett 65 with Denis Hardwick as r/up. 

NTP on the 4th was Denis Hardwick with Charlie Allen NTP on the 5th. Ray Daniels took out the least putts and club balls were won by Barry Burgess & James Welsh. 

Next week’s competition is a Stableford sponsored by the Lawrence Golf & Sports Club Inc and the starters are Col Want and Max Withnell. The money tree was won by Mrs H.

Next week’s competition will be a Stroke event sponsored by the Lawrence Golf  & Sports Club Inc. Starters are Peter Jones and James Welsh.

Chris Clay

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