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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.

Eleven women rugged up for the stroke event on Wednesday in very cool conditions. Fortunately there was no rain. Sue Byrne won with 76 nett and the runner-up was Veronica Maher with 78 nett. Dawn Hinneberg received a ball for nearest the pin on the 13th.

In chilly conditions, the 2-person Ambrose event played on Thursday was won by a pair of 12 handicappers, Gary Middleton and Geoff Durham, with a nett score of 64. Others to score well were Jack Conway and Huw John with 66¼, and Mark Fisher and Ian Cornthwaite 67¼. Nearest the pins were won by Harold Moore, Mark Fisher, Kirsten Jensen and visiting former member David Doty.

In the men's Saturday medal, cold conditions meant tough scoring. Peter McMenamin won A Grade and the medal (on a countback) with 82-13=69. In B Grade, Rod Campbell took the voucher with 88-19=69, while in C Grade, Harold Moore won by scoring 95-25=70. Garry Ford, Simon Ovenden, Huw John and Jake Prewett were all unlucky with their scores of nett 69.

Nearest the pins went to Martin Walker, Geoff Durham, Simon Ovenden and Bob Hogan.

Eleven women played in their Saturday medal. Chris Schussler won with 73 nett, runner-up was Veronica Maher with 76 nett. Nearest the pins were won by Helen Young and Veronica Maher.

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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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