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Club competitions

Visitors with Australian Golflink handicaps are welcome to play in our competitions. The cost is half green fees ($15) plus a $5 competition fee.

Tee-off times

Wednesday: Women 9.30
Thursday: Mixed 11.00-12.30
Saturday: Men 10.00-12.30, Women 11.45 for a 12.00 tee off

Please note that competitions will be cancelled when the maximum predicted temperature for Melbourne is 42°C or greater.

10th June 2017

The women's Division 2 pennant team unfortunately lost their final 2-3 to Woodend at Lancefield on Monday. The final was very close, with two matches finishing on the 18th hole.

In the women's singles knockout matches played this week, Ruth Duffy defeated Dawn Hinneberg on the 22nd hole and Mandy Bestwick beat Sue Byrne 1 up. The semi-finals will be Ruth Duffy against Marg Brierley, and Mandy Bestwick against Vicki Adamson. In the Wednesday women's Stableford event, Rhonda Bradley won with 29 points, with Pat Kinnell runner-up on 27.

The Thursday mixed event was Stableford. Alan Snowden was the winner in A Grade with 40 points, Kevin Sheedy won B Grade with 39 points and Max Hinneberg won C Grade with 40 points. Close were Martin Walker 39, Huw John 38, Peter Reed 37, Michael Hotchin 37 and Patrick Ryan 37. Nearest the pins were won by Rod Campbell, John Kerr, David Fry and Mark Fisher.  

With the men's doubles knockout in play, there were two grades in the Par comp on Saturday. In A Grade, David Thiele was the winner with an excellent +5, while in B Grade Daniel Reed Rogers won yet again with +6.

Other good scores came from Garry Ford +2, Huw John +1, Rod Campbell +1 and Ian Power +1. Nearest the pins were won by Mark Fisher, Craig Ballinger (Goonawarra), Huw John and Colin Wilson.

In the men's doubles Knockout, Gerard Hughes and Ian Broome defeated Max Hinneberg and Jim McCormack, Glenn Cornish and Bob Hogan defeated Shane Robinson and Darrin McLean, John Sadler and Tim Danks defeated Ken Anders and David Fry, and Peter McMenamin and Brendan McMenamin defeated Doug Williams and Jack Conway. The semi-finals are next week with the final on June 24th.

In the Saturday Stableford women's field, Helen Young with 37 points won on a countback from Sue Byrne. Dianne Hynes 36 and Alexandra Evered 35 were close. 

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Course conditions

14th September 2017

 Fairways: A lot of rain in the last two months has provided an excellent grass cover, but there can be some mud adhering to balls. A lift, clean and place rule is in operation on closely-mown surfaces only. Please keep motorised carts off damp areas and away from slopes.

 Greens: Very good. Not much grass growth in the cold conditions but they are rolling truly.

 Surrounds: Excellent. Please keep motorised carts well away from green surrounds to avoid damaging surfaces.

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