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June 21, 2018

NEWSLETTER

 

Date 21st June 2018

 

Club Captains Report                                                             

 

On Saturday the 16th June we had the Second Qualifying Round of the Joll Cup.

 

The Format was PAR.

 

The weather conditions were good with lots of sunshine and no rain around.

The course and greens were looking fantastic and playing well, which is becoming the norm for us lately.  Thanks to the great job the greenkeeper and course staff are doing each week in keeping up the high standard.  We have had ongoing comments from golfers & visitors that are not from our club about how nice the course and greens are to play on.

 

Results of the Saturday Sweep: Jeff Jane +5 , Ivor Sarten +5 , Shane Weir +4 , Peter Loppy +4 , Brendan Dew +3 , Robert Middleton +2 , Mike Burkart +2 , Pooch +2 , Sausage +2 , Ryan Wills +2.

 

Three Twos where scored on Saturday: Cliff Oxenham, Ross Gall , Lofty.

 

Raffle Results: S.Voyle, M.Burkhart, K.Mancer, R.Broardmore x 2 , John Chandler.

 

This Saturday the 23rd June we have the Joll Cup Top 16 Match Play & Flights Competition.

 

Joll Cup Draw Top 16 Handicap Match Play:

 

Gary Crawford v Robin Broadmore, Ryan Wills v Dennis Taylor, Bruce Taylor v Colin Upson, Brendan Dew v Peter Loppy.

 

Ivor Sarten v Robert Butler, Cliff Oxenham v Richard Hamel, Robert Middleton v Kingston Taylor Voyle, Mike Burkart v John Chandler.

 

Flights Draw Handicap Match Play:

 

Nathan Loppy v Shane Weir, Murray Peterson v Alister Baker , Richard Crowe v John Davey , Robbie Busing v John Van der Leeden .

 

Barry Burns v Jamie Clarges , Jeff Jane v Austin Wood , Peter Bingham v Phil Wilson , Richard Ransfeild  v Steven Voyle.

 

The Top Dog Entry Form is now up in the clubrooms please have your names up before the 4th August.

This Saturday Night the 23rd June we have a Quiz Night at the Clubrooms starting at 7pm.

Your Quizmaster for the evening is our well-known Club Treasurer Paul Rauputu.

Entry Fee for the Quiz is $5.00 per person.

Make up a team of four or we will put you in a team on the night.

We will be having the ABs playing on the Big Screen for those people that want to watch the French get another beating.

Music and a light supper will be supplied after the Quiz.

Our Newly Refurbished Bar the Nineteenth will be Open for your beverage selections.

It would be great to see as many members as possible supporting this evening.

 

Hope to see you all on Saturday & Saturday Evening.

Steven Voyle.

Manukorihi Club Captain.

Shootout

For the next three or four weeks we will be trialling the use of the Dot Golf system to record the scores for the shootout competition.  On Saturdays if you are in the Shoot-Out Competition tick the Shoot-Out option when you are setting up your card on Dot Golf.

Note

  • The Shoot-Out option should only be selected by those members who have paid their money and entered the Shoot-Out.

  • Just a reminder that for your Medal round to be eligible you must play out all holes in the round

Cheers Ian

Calling Junior Matchplay Champions since 2013.

Would those of you in the above group please see “Blue” Davey on Saturday (if possible), he has a proposal that he wishes to put to you all.

 

Le Dejeuner Catering Wednesday Club.

 

Finally, we had a week of Wednesday golf, no rain but it was a little windy. That didn’t stop Pete Wills from scoring 42 points, Barry Burns 40, Jeff Jane, Robert Middleton and Tony Bromfield 39, Jim Newlove 37 Austin Wood and Rodney Jupp finished the day with 35 points. There were no 2s today. The jackpot is up to $100.00. We had Russian stableford as an extra, we had 2 winners with 77 points, Jim and his partner Barry, Pete and his partner Russell Bernasconi.

Le Dejeuner raffle winners, Tony B, Blue, Colin and Juppy.

Hope to see you all next week.

The Wednesday Club.

Saturday Ladies

 

It was a pleasant surprise to have such a lovely mild day for golf on Saturday.

The days competition was stableford plus the number of one putts.  Lesley Elliott had 41 stableford and 7 one putts so had a total of 48. She gets the days voucher. The putting was good as I think at least 4 of us had 7 one putts.

 Putting points were:  Jo Broadmore 3pts-27 putts, Fiona Rook 2pts-29 putts and Lesley Elliott 1 pt for 30 putts.  There were 2 twos, Nicole Mancer on the 5th and Lesley Elliott on the 11th.  Both get a $5.00 voucher. 

Dot Colville won the 9 Hole competition with 17 stableford points.  She also gets a $5.00 voucher.

Next Saturday is the 1st Round of the Fraser Trophy eclectic for 18 Hole players.  The 9 Hole competition is Starters Choice.

Lesley

 

Tuesday Ladies

 

The day turned out much better than expected and it was very pleasant playing. The course was pretty good too considering all the rain we've had.

Congratulations to Joy East who won the Barclay Cup and also won the $5 sweepstake.

Robyn was the lucky winner of the drawn 2s, so $5 to you.

Putting results were: Fay 3 pts for 28, Mary 2 for 30 and Jo and Helen J 1 pt for 31.

There was no raffle today and next week’s starter is Robyn.

JF

PRO – TIP 

PRACTICE is the way to save shots. 20 balls & your putter 2/3 times per week, just 15 minutes each session, will save you a shot at the week-end competition. Next week practice the chipping & again you will benefit at the weekend. Only one lousy rotten stinking shot separates 1ST & 2ND.  So, the simple way to improve & lower your scores is to PRACTICE!!

Good Luck & Happy Golfing.

Professional John Garner

Funnies

 

Two golfers are waiting their turn on the tee when a naked woman runs across the fairway and into the woods. 

Two men in white coats and another guy carrying two buckets of sand are chasing her, and a little old man is bringing up the rear. 
One of the golfers grabs the old man and asks, "What's going on?"
The old guy says, "She's a nymphomaniac from the asylum, she keeps trying to escape, and we attendants are trying to catch her."
The golfer asks, "What about the guy with the buckets of sand?"
The old man says, "That's his handicap. He caught her last time."

 

Clubhouse Copies Printed courtesy of Revital Fertilisers

 

 

 

 

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