Awhitu Golf Open

Top four prizewinners, left to right Richard Brown, Julie Duncan, Glenn Harper, Brett Wilson

Players enjoyed excellent spring conditions for the Club’s September Open Day. Player of the day was Glenn Harper who shot a good round of 74.

Richard Brown who was part of a visiting group of players from the Maungakiekie Club had the best nett score of 66 in division two and was one of two players on the day with a two the other being Fin Finlayson. Brett Wilson was the leading player in division one with a 68 nett with Terry Newson, 35 points and Mike Conroy, 39 points having the best stableford scores in division one and two respectively.

Julie Duncan was the leading ladies golfer of the day with a 74 nett. Neville Boyd and Chris Matthews were nearest the pins on the first and tenth holes respectively and Brett Wilson and Mandy Papich had the longest drives in the men’s and women’s divisions.

Next Open Day is on Sunday 29 October, 9.30am start.

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