Crowns, dresses, at Waiuku Golf

 

 

At Waiuku Golf Club last week, apart from the usual haggle the club held a competition for the ‘King Cup’, competition based on combined Nett scores Brent Dawson and Dave Yandall (pictured top right), were the winners, but it was a close finish with a countback required to sort out the final positions.
The other side of the King Cup is that the losing teams are forced to put on dresses and serve as barmaids to the rest of the teams for an hour during the evening. The unfortunate souls who ended up in that position on the weekend are pictured below right; Lindsay Russell, John Bancroft, Alan Bancroft and Stephan Maynard.
Results from last week were:
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Div One; 1st Mandy Papich 36, 2nd Glennys Kerr 34. Div Two; 1st Maria Hodgson 33, 2nd Karen Macdonald 31. 9 Hole Ladies; 1st Sharron Paterson 14, 2nd Gweneth Baird 13, 3rd Jeanette Hargraves 10.
Saturday Haggle:
18 Hole Division One; 1st Fred Watts 43, 2nd Kerry Martin 39, 3rd Phil Thompson 38, 4th Louis King 37.
Div Two; 1st Ned Niha 43, 2nd Evan McPhee 39, 3rd Colin Thomson 36, 4th Mike O’Connell, 34. Best Gross; Div One Fred Watts 66, Div Two Ned Niha. Twos; Fred Watts, Phil Thompson, Christopher Pugh, Louis King.

36 Hole King Cup
Foursomes; 1st Dave Yandall & Brent Dawson 138, 2nd Alan Dawson & Murray Armstrong 138 (on countback), 3rd Jonathon Morley & Malcolm Turner 140.
Twos: Todd Geayley & Brougham Windleburn, Travis Geayley & Luke Dillon, Murray Armstrong & Alan Dawson.

 

 

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