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October 10, 2018

 

 

 

                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Club Captains Report

 

On Saturday the 6th October we had the last of the Men’s Top Dog Semi-Finals.

 

The winners of the match were Ian Titter / Phil Wilson Vs David Butler / Steven Voyle 4/3.

 

The Final of the Men’s Top Dog Competition will be played on Saturday 13th October between Ian Titter / Phil Wilson Vs Robert Butler / Shane Weir.

 

The rest had a Saturday Haggle and the Format was Nett.

 

Results & Voucher Winners: Austin Wood Nett 66 , John Raynor 67 , Nathan Loppy 68, Paul Fairhurst 68 , Robbie Busing 68 , Steven Voyle 68 , Darryl Baird 68 , Ian Titter 68, Ace Se’e 69 , Robert Butler 69, James Ropitini 69 , Peter Loppy 70, Kevin Mancer 70.

 

There were five twos on Saturday: Shane Weir 3rd , Ian Titter 3rd , Graeme Parsons 3rd , John Rayner 3rd  , Darryl Baird 5th.

 

Raffle Results: S.Voyle , Robert x 3  , Jim Bob , Mike Burkhart , Barry Newlove ,  Sausage.

 

On Saturday 13th October  is the Men’s Top Dog Final. The rest will have a Haggle and the Format will be Nett.

 

Congratulations to Kevin & Nicole Mancer for winning the Mixed Top Dog Competition on Sunday.

 

I will not be around this weekend.  GONE FISHING.

 

Shootout

 

Some good rounds last weekend saw a few positions change in the rankings.  Only two more weeks to go to ensure you make the “Top 19”. Check out your ranking on the whiteboard in the clubhouse.

 

Thank You.

Steven Voyle.

Manukorihi Club Captain.

Le Dejeuner Catering Wednesday Club.

 

Another great day at the office. The lads played par with some great scores. Phil Wilson in fine form with a +10, Barry Burns +8, John Davey +7, Tony Bromfield, Carl Beale and Jim Newlove all +6, Richard Crowe and Trevor Hughes +5 with Dennis Elliott finishing the day with a +4. Twos by Carl Beale, Barry Burns and Peter Loppy. Russian Stableford winner’s scores were 98 points, Richard and Barry, also Tony and Dave Yates. Lee Mather had a tough day at the office with a -8 to take home the wooden Spoon. Raffle winners were Tony, Richard, Jim and Juppy.Cheers.

 

Cheers

See You next week

 

Saturday Ladies

 

Lovely warm spring weather on Saturday made us think about the summer heat to come.Saturday Top Dog results. Lesley Elliott& Jo Broadmore 1up over Fay Rowe & Helen Watt, Joy East & Joy Andrews won 3/2 over Marie Rayner & Nicole Mancer. Fay Rowe chipped in for a two on the 3rd and gets a $10.00 voucher for it. The 2nd round is to be played this weekend. 

 

Lesley

 

 

Tuesday Ladies

 

Another lovely day for golf and great to have some run at last.

The 9 Holers played stableford and Dot C won the $5 voucher on c/b from Dot B.

Putting results were: Frances 3 pts for 15, Dot C and Joan 2 pts for 16 and Dot B 1 pt for 17. 18 Holers played Top Dog and the results were:

Christine and Helen W bt Joy A and Fay.

Lesley and Kath bt Robyn and Joy E.

Marie and Joc were all square with Jo and Mary.

Twos were drawn with Joy A and Christine getting a $5 voucher each.

The raffle was won by Frances.

 

Next week is 3 rd rnd of Top Dog and the starter is Helen W.

We also have a committee meeting and don't forget the Trading Table.

 

Mixed Top Dog

 

Finals day on Sunday was a great success: winners of the 2018 Mixed Top Dog are Kevin and Nicole Mancer.  A win of 2up against Gary and Trish Crawford. A great battle was put up. This year’s competition was given a lot of positive comments and looking ahead for next year with a few more players and some minor changes to step up to another level. The shared lunches were wonderful especially finishing with whitebait fritters.

 

Congratulations again Kevin and Nicole.  Roll on 2019 to defend your title.

 

Marie 

PRO – TIP 

 

Routines - Watching the top players from around the world you notice that they have a definite  “Pre – Shot Routine” a system of choosing the correct club every time they go to the ball before hitting it.

 

Before getting to the ball

 

1. Direction of the wind ?

2. Where the trouble is ?

3. How am I playing / feeling ?

 

When I arrive at the ball

 

4. Where is the flag in relation to trouble? (sand or water !!)

5. What is the lie like ?

6. How far is it ?

 

Good Luck & Good Golfing

 

Professional John Garner.

 

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