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Putaruru Golf Club Report for Insertion in the South Waikato News Wednesday 22 February 2006.

Men's Report
Just snippets this week with so much going on.  First up, the wooden spoon day held at Lakes Resort where the winners were Peter Smith with 41 points and Brett Worth on 21 taking home the spoon.  Other notable scores were Ian Worth 40, Chris Bates, Ren Wotton, Ron Hunt, Andrew Sadler and David Hoyte on 39.

Thursday saw the first of the Putaruru Super Liquor Mid Weeks.  The nett winners were Florence Jellard 69, Butch Hamilton 66 and Brett Worth showing a welcome return to form 67.  The stableford winners were Cheryl Jones 36, Hooky Howard 41 and Wayne Mudford 39.

On Saturday 33 thrashed about in stifling heat in the first round of the Walford cup and qualifying for the Bradshaw cup.  Dieter Drescher sizzled in with 65 nett to be top qualifier and winner of division 2, while Ron Taylor’s 66 won division 1.  2nd in division 1 Ross Jellard 68 and 3rd Terry Garnett 69.  2nd in division 2 Barry Wallace and 3rd Brian Curd both 66.

Finally, we have the Super Liquor Open Tournament at Putaruru this Saturday … With hospitality like you wouldn’t believe and a prize table approaching $2000, it is well worth the effort of having a crack, so … come and be part of the fun.

Ladies
The Ladies season started in fine style with a Valentines Day Scramble.   A field of 44 players, including visitors from Tirau and Cambridge all enjoyed this change of format, and the prizes of wine, chocolates and flowers were very well received.

The winner of the 9 hole nett was Sue Urbahn 39, stableford winner Dulcie Mclean; most chocolates winner Elizabeth Howland followed by Gillian Robbins, Helen Haigh and Joy McDonnell.

The 18 hole nett winner was Florence Jellard 68, stableford winner Margaret Karl; most chocolates winner Alison Riley followed by Audrey Turner, Joy Aitchison, and Maureen Nickalls.  All other players received chocolates for which, some of us were extremely grateful.

Captain Denise Hunt has started a records book, and the winner of two records, the first for being the first entry in the record book, and the second for hitting the fairway 16 times in the round is Maureen Shanly … congratulations!

Next Tuesday is the Nancy McCormick foursomes and “Three Blind Mice” for the 9 holers.

Vets
31 players took part last Thursday in very warm conditions.  Butch Hamilton won with 42 points, 2nd Hooky Howard and 3rd Maurice Tricker on 41.  Florence Jellard was the top lady with 39, Norine McPherson 38 and Cheryl Jones 36.

Several 9 hole golfers played with Sue Urbahn taking out first spot on a count back from new member Margaret Dillon.

Grayburn Ross Twilight
78 played this week, and the competition is starting to hot up.  MacDaddies had 3 players turn up and all have the maximum 21 points to take top place in division 1, 2nd Go YT on 62 and 3rd the Stranglers 61.  In division 2 the Overdale Warriors and Cambo’s Crew had 60, with IRRIA and the Hog & Hounds on 56.

Jenny Smith won the ladies with 20, 2nd Joy Aitchison 18.  David O’Brien won the golfers division with 23, 2nd Brian Curd and 3rd Vance Carson both 21.

In the non golfers division, Brett Makene had a whopping 30 point haul, and yes that was only for 9 holes; Ken Manuel 28, Grant Kelsen 26, Ian Nelson 25, Mitch Worth and Graeme Ormsby 24 and Lindsay Strange 22.

Coming up …
Thursday is Vets and Grayburn Ross Twilight; Saturday the Super Liquor Open … Good luck and good golfing from Captain Ding!

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