Published Fri 28 Jun 2024

Myrtleford Golf Club Bulletin – June 28th, 2024

Men’s Comp.

Last Saturday, a good winter’s field of 25 players played in a Stableford event.

Winner of A grade with an excellent score of 37 points was Dick Matthews, runner up Jade Galvan with 31 points.

Winner of B grade was Spider Hancock with 36 points, runner up on a countback was Jan Roseby from Jim Martin with 34 points.

Super Six winner was Dick Matthews.

Last Wednesday, a good field of 17 players played in a Stableford event.

Peter Vasey was on fire with an excellent score of 39 points, runner up Rosco Tanner with 33 points.


Ladies Comp

Last Tuesday, 17 ladies played in a Stableford event.

Marg Curtis, having played two days in a row, won the day on a countback from Judy Bynon on 33 points.

Winner of the 9 hole event with an excellent 22 points was Penny Dawkins runner up Kerry Chapman.

Yesterday, Ladies played in a Stableford event and Marg Curtis made it a double winning with an excellent 37 points, runner up Heather Thompsom with 33 points

9-hole winner was Betty Newton on a countback from Sandra Piazza, 13 points


Jon Mercuri is trying out the new green’s roller mower. The greens now are perfect, rolling fast.

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Last Wednesday, Jim Martin, Jon Harrington and Jon Mercuri with local Landcare coordinator Phil Prior staked out an area to plant over 150 gum trees along the creek on the 15th. A working bee will be held on Wednesday 17th August, 2.30pm, to plant the trees

Yesterday, following an excessively high water bill, upon investigation a new water line is needed to go down to the new toilet block. The toilet has been locked and no drinking water on the course available until further notice.

Subject to the weather, next Monday, a working bee to help Gerard lay the new pipe, 9.00am.

Melbourne Cup Calcutta

Our Club has been approached by the local Lions Club to run a Calcutta on Melbourne Cup eve. They would support the night by their presence as a social night, maybe 30. They suggest we approach the Football Club to run it together and split the profits.

Next committee meeting we will discuss their proposal.

NE Vets

6 players played at Howlong last Monday in a 4BBB event.

Best scores were Lesley and myself with 38 points, Geoff and Pieter Veldman, Ichlis and his partner, both groups on 37 points and Marg Curtis and Heather Thompson with 32 points.

Next month, 29th July, Veterans will be at Wangaratta.


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