Lyn fires in
It was a lovely autumn day for a game of golf on Wednesday, May 15.
The single stroke and putting event was sponsored by Pattie Bond and Eric Bouveng and the winner in division 1, with a great nett score of 66, was Lyn Connell. The division 2 winner was Gwen Finlayson with a 71 nett.
The runners-up were Sandra Morrow with a 71 nett in division 1 and Val Loeffler with a 76 nett in division 2.
The putting was won by Sandra Morrow with 28 putts in division 1 and Margaret Ridley with 31 putts in division 2.
Nearest the pins: Chris Cavallo, Sandra Morrow, Chris Kembrey and Rosemary Boulton.
The ball rundown went to 76 with Trish Freeman, Letitia Jones, Chris Kembrey, Faye McClymont, Helen Cockbain, Sandi Mayoh and Chris Cavallo all winners.
The Dallas Morrow Encouragement Award went to Margaret Ridley and the Mark Shepherd Award went to Liz Green.
Handicap reductions: Lyn Connell, Gwen Finlayson, Letitia Jones and Sandra Morrow.
Next Wednesday's event will be a two-person ambrose sponsored by Jan Ellery and Jan Mackintosh.
-- Good golfing, Jan Ellery
Letitia and Julie
What a great day to play golf, beautiful sunshine and just a hint of a breeze, like to welcome back Letitia Jones and Julie Presnell, hope you enjoyed your day.
Sue Burgess and Liz Green sponsored the single stableford for Wednesday, May 8, thanks ladies for your continued support.
It was great to see Marie Boyce win the day in division 1 with 37 points, well done. The division 2 winner was Gwen Finlayson with 35 points.
The runners-up were Chris Kembrey, on a count back, with 32 points in division 1 and Chris Cavallo, also on a count back, with 34 points in division 2.
Nearest the pins: Bette Bell, Letitia Jones, Rosemary Boulton and Margaret Ridley.
The ball rundown went to 28 points with Valerie Loeffler, Bette Bell, Helen Cockbain, Lyn Connell, Letitia Jones, Sandi Mayoh, Sandra Morrow and Liz Green all winning a ball.
The Dallas Morrow Encouragement Awards went to Julie Presnell and Rosemary Boulton.
Marie Boyce and Sue Burgess both lost a shot off their handicaps.
The raffle was won by Lochie Zwickl.
Next Wednesday's event will be a single stroke and putting competition sponsored by Pattie Bond and Eric Bouveng.
See you on the tee, Patricia Munro
Chris wins May
The ladies played a single stroke and monthly medal round on Wednesday, May 1. The day's best nett score went to Chris Cavallo with a 71.
In division 1, Sue Burgess won the day with a nett 72 on a count back from Tricia Freeman and Lyn Briggs.
The division 2 winner was Chris Cavallo with Gayle Armour runner-up with a nett 73.
The putting honours went to Sue Burgess with 28 putts in division 1 and Chris Cavallo with 27 putts in division 2.
Nearest the pins: Elaine Gallen, Pam Ravet, Chris Cavallo and Gayle Armour.
The ball rundown went to 78 with Lyn Briggs, Sandi Mayoh, Helen Cockbain, Lyn Connell, Faye McClymont, Marie Boyce, Sandra Morrow, Lynn Robertson, Janice Blaxter and Valerie Loeffler all winners.
Pattie Bond and Pat Shepherd won the Dallas Encouragement Awards and Ann Dean won the raffle.
Gayle Armour reduced her handicap from 38 to 37, well done.
Wednesday, May 8, will be a single stableford sponsored by Sue Burgess and Liz Green.
See you on the tee, Patricia Munro
fires in 4BBB
John Williams and 'captain' Barry Robbie finished with 45 points to win the Iluka Golf Club's Vets' 4BBB stableford on Tuesday, 30/4/13.
The runners-up, on a count back, were Noel Chambers and Mark Andrews.
Nearest the pins: 1/10 Jim Kentwell, 6/15 Dallas Morrow and 8/17 Noel Chambers.
The ball run down went to 43 points and the winners were: Phil Bysher and Michael Mason, Jim Lowe and Larry Durham, Col Kempshall and Vic Bibby, Dallas Morrow and Peter Whitton, Brian Kembrey and Max Hill and Barry Shipp and Kevin Leader.
The raffle winner was 'Darby' Munro.
The Vets will play a monthly medal round on Tuesday, May 7, to be followed by a single stableford on Tuesday, May 14.
qualify for 4BBB
Gordon Farrell and Paul Maclean won the Iluka Golf Club's 4BBB on Saturday, April 27.
The pair finished with 49 stableford points in the competition which was a qualifying round for a state-wide 4BBB event.
The runners-up, with 46 points, were Max Hill and Geoff Prentice.
Nearest the pins: 1/10 P Moye, 6/15 J Norman and 8/17 P Mansfield.
The ball rundown went to 43 points and the winners were: R Kay and N Lenard, S MacDondald and K Pavey, G Cowan and K Caldwell, V Bibby and C Kempshall, J Norman and P Moye and G Freeman and P Ramon.
Members will play a single stroke for monthly medals on Saturday, May 4, and the vets will play for monthly medals on Tuesday, May 7.
On Mother's Day, May 12, golfers and non-golfers will play in a nine-hole single stableford with an 11am shotgun start followed by a luncheon.
For further information, or to book in, phone the club on 6646 6408 or the pro shop on 6646 5262.
Team Faye takes
The ladies played a four-person stableford aggregate on Wednesday, April 24.
There was a count back to decide the winners, with the best three scores recorded, after both teams finished with 117 points.
Faye McClymont, Liz Green, Elaine Gallen and Valerie Loeffler finished with the main prize from Linda Kratzmann, Tricia Freeman, Pat Shepherd and Lyn Connell.
Nearest the pins: Tricia Freeman, Elaine Gallen, Betty Opie and Gwen Finlayson.
Ball rundown: Lyn Briggs, Pam Ravet, Helen Cockbain with 109 points and Sandi Mayoh, Janice Blaxter, Betty Opie and Gwen Finlayson with 107 points.
Gwen Finlayson won the Mark Shepherd Award or her five-pointer and took home four balls for the month.
The following ladies reduced their handicap by one shot: Lyn Connell, Tricia Freeman, Elaine Gallen and Pat Shepherd. Valerie Loeffler won the raffle.
Lyn Robertson and Patricia Munro received Dallas Encouragement Awards.
Congratulations to Pattie Bond who won her match play on Thursday and now meets Merrilyn Whitton in the final.
Our next event will be a stroke and monthly medal round on Wednesday.
See you on the tee, Patricia Munro.
Chris Poore is the Iluka Golf Club's champion for 2013.
Poore, playing off a handicap of six, finished the three rounds of the championships with 227 hits.
The first round of the championships, on Saturday, April 13, was abandoned following a morning of torrential rain.
Poore and Peter McCurtayne led the championships after the day's play on Sunday, April 14, each having 77 hits.
The B grade winner was Robert Kay (handicap 15) who finished the three rounds with 256 hits and the C grade winner was Frank Mayoh (handicap 19) who finished with 264 hits.
The net winners were: A grade Simon Farrell (handicap 8) 211 on a countback from dad Gordon, B grade Garry Brown (handicap18) 205 and C grade Barry Robbie (handicap 24) 206.
The day's winner's were:
Sunday, April 14: Andrew Harris, on a count back, who finished with a nett 66 from Robert Kay.
Nearest the pins: 1/10 Martin Watt, 6/15 Keith Pavey and 8/17 Barry Robbie.
Saturday, April 20: Vic Bibbey 65 nett from Robert Kay 68 nett.
Nearest the pins: 1/10 J Hackett,6/15 Robert Kay and 8/17 Noel Chambers.
Sunday, April 21: Simon Farrell 64 nett from Greg Speirs 65 net on a count back.
Nearest the pins: 1/10 Joe Stratford, 6/15 Frank Mayoh and 8/17 James Rokowaqa.
Iluka Golf Club hosted the Hurluka Cup in January. The winner, with 41 points, was John Coster, pictured right, with sponsors Clare and Jim Hurley. The event saw nearly 90 golfers, from Coffs Harbour to Kyogle, teeing off in a individual medley stableford.