Awhitu Golf Cocky’s Corner open day
The annual Cocky’s Corner Open Day event attracted a good turnout of players keen to enjoy a good round of golf in excellent conditions.
Glenn Harper shot the low round of the day, a 74 gross score. He also won the longest drive prize. Julie Duncan was the leading ladies golfer with a 70 nett score.The longest drive went to Mandy Papich. Brett Wilson and Jim Ruiterman were the leading golfers in division one and division two with 65 and 67 nett scores respectively. Jerry Kuggeleijn and Rolf Schroeder were the stableford winners in division one and division two with 40 and 39 points respectively.
Les Rehm was nearest the pin on the first hole where he also collected his two. Jim Ruiterman was closest to the pin on hole ten. Andre Rautenbach and Tony Thorne also collected golf balls for their twos at the tenth and third holes respectively. The next Open Day event is on Sunday 25 March.
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