News Letter Course at Covid level 2
Club Captains Report
Hello to all. Hope we are all well.
First up Congratulations to the best golfer in the Mancer tribe with another hole in one …well done Nicole.
Last week Saturday the 29TH / 8 /2020 saw the Hidden holes played and some good results. Heaps of winners and a lot of twos as well. The best come back in the world of golf was done midweek by Dave THE BUNKER Butler… with a 5 ..YES FOLKS that’s a mere 15 shots less than the previous attempt so well done Butts… NOT far behind was the winner on the day with two twos …Yip YOU HERD IT HERE FIRST.. and he also shaved off 9 shots on the 4th this week so well done Roger Clarkson.
Saturday 5th September. THE PURDIE CUP was down in the Programme but after some chasing around it was found to be a miss print so we will play a nett round this week as this will be good practice for the following weeks of the stroke play champs … Robert will be doing up the divisions and this will go up on the board on the first round on the 12th so you can see what division you are in . As for the next two rounds the handicaps will be frozen for the stroke play so please remember that and this will be printed on your stroke play cards.
6 th September.
2020 Nett comp
STROKE PLAY DATES ARE :12TH ,19TH, 26TH with a spare day reserved in case of course unplayable on the 3RD October.2020
Sunday the 13th next week is the kiwi butcher so hope its fine.
Carts ..can we please make sure carts are NOT Driven in front or beside or around the greens please as they make marks and for those who putt or chip and run it’s a bit bumpy. So, if you can please …stop away back …and walk up to chip or putt thanks for your consideration from all members.
Please be aware of the place rule on the board NOT start Sheet board the course board.
REPEATED NOTE: BREAKING NEWS: Covid is back or did it ever leave? let’s be careful out there please ensure hygiene and look after each other. Watch this space
Thanks, and good golfing, Your club Captain Lofty
Taranaki Golf AssociationPlease note that the decision has been made to cancel this year’s Top Club Competition due to be held on Sunday 13th September. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. Many Thanks Nick Northam Executive Officer Taranaki Golf Association 0274 126 103 ![endif]--
Waitara New World Wednesday Club.
The day turned out great with lots of sun and little wind.
This was the semi finals of the match play, the finals for the 16th September are Kerry Edgcombe playing Tony Bromfield, and the flights final is Les Wildman and the winner between Rod Andrews and John Vanders.
Division One had 8 players with the winners Kerry Edgcombe and Russell Bernasconi with a + 1, from Les Wildman finishing square.
Division Two we had 18 players with the winner with a +1 Tony Bromfield. Richard Crowe, Cliff Oxenham, Colin Upson and Peter Loppy all finished square.
John Rayner had a 2 at the 3rd, and John Vanders had a 2 at the 3rd and the 7th.
Raffle winners, Greg Fowler. Mike Burkhart. Lee Mather. Rob Fraser. Geoff Peters. Jim Newlove. Tony Bromfield. John Skellern and Terry Prentice picked up 2.
Men's Tour 2020
Men's Tour 2020 Hi guys - The trip is full!
Please could you all get a $50 deposit into the account as soon as possible with the remainder due in full by 1st October.
Account number 15-3956-0654678-26
Any questions, give me a call Paul 021728565
Cheers Paul R
Manukorihi Vet Pennants.
The Vets were played at Waitara on Monday.
Manukorihi Yellow played Inglewood Black.
Robert Middleton and Wayne Kopu had a loss. Geoff Peters and Phil Wilson also had a loss. Rod Andrews and Bill Wadsworth had a win.
Manukorihi Black played Te Ngutu White. Peter Pearce and John Chandler had a loss. Peter Loppy and Richard Crowe had a win. Greg Fowler and Colin Upson had a loss.
Balls went to Robert Middleton, Richard Crowe and Rod Andrews. Raffle winners were Wayne Kopu and Colin Upson.
Full marks to the Waitara Golf Club for a well organized event under Covid 19.
Next round is at Te Ngutu Manukorihi Black play Fitzroy and Manukorihi Yellow play Inglewood Red on the 28th September.
Thanks. Rod Andrews and Trevor Hughes.
Saturday Ladies Report
Firstly a huge congratulations to Nicole Mancer scoring her second hole in one this time on the 11th.
Using a hybrid 4 club, it was a straight shot that looked good all the way but unfortunately her playing partners did not see it once it landed but it was thought that it would be bloody close. No sign of the ball when they got to green, a check over the back, nope!. Maybe check the hole - yip here it is! The yell out from one of her playing partners did not give too much away to the rest of us who carried on merrily thinking someone had chipped in for a two! Well done Nicole was good to see you back on the course on Sunday, keeping your head down!
Again lucky with the weather with the rain holding off.
We played LGU and Home Pennants, the third round of Bleakley Tray and first round of Foreman Trophy. Winner of the first division was Andrea Fraser with Nett 74 and Kath Alvis took out the second division with Net 76. No twos but the $10 voucher went to Nicole after her hole in one on the 11th.
Winner of the Bleakley Tray was Lesley Elliott on count back from Joy East.
Next week if the first round of Strokeplay and the starter is Fiona.
Mixed Top Dog Another day without rain, we have generally been pretty lucky with our weekend golf.
Six pairs playing in the newly revamped mixed top the year where rather than matches played against each other, the format is variations ambrose golf with nett score counting each week. This week we played Foursomes. Let's just say some of the players were having to play shots they would never normally ever play in their own rounds so made for some interesting moments all round.
The Mita's and the Mancer's kept if a family affair sharing the best nett's of the day. Still three more rounds to go where the lowest combined nett will decide the winner.
This Sunday we play Canadian Foursomes.
PRO – TIP
To write down your personal notes is a very good way of improving. The previous Lesson on Pitching, when you are learning your gears, write down the distance of each gear.
When you practice hitting 20 balls with your 8 iron find the average distance, then write it down. This becomes your standard length. Do the same with all your clubs. When you play a strange course, having your list of distances will be a great help in club selection.
When-ever I give a Lesson I write it down for my “Rising Stars!!” for them to take away & hopefully add to. Every week watching the world stars the first thing they do when they are walking after the tee shot is pull out their personal notes & say “what do I know about the next shot ??”
Keep Well & Stay Safe
Good Luck & Good Golfing.
Professional John Garner.