Open Day well supported

The largest field of the year was assembled for the Awhitu Golf Club’s New Year’s Eve Open Day. A generous prize table was on offer and a number of visiting golfers from the Pukekohe Cosmopolitan Club and Waiuku Golf Club entered the event.

Andre Rautenbach had the low round of the day with a 74 gross score with Rick Andrews on handicap having the best nett score with an excellent 58 to take the division two category. Yvonne Hunter was the leading ladies’ golfer on the day with a 61 nett score with Selwyn Tangihaere taking out the division one men’s category with a 64 nett score. Kevin Whitelaw 41, Brian Knott 44 and Jane Payne 43 had the best stableford scores in the division one, two and ladies’ divisions respectively.

Glenn Harper and Jane Payne recorded the longest drives for the event in the men’s and ladies’ divisions. Glenn was also nearest the pin on the tenth hole along with Paul Armstrong who was nearest the pin on hole one. There were just the two two’s for the day from Barry Stringer and Doug Hull who both took away 18 golf balls each.

The four main prizewinners at the Open Day. L-R: Andre Rautenbach, Yvonne Hunter, Rick Andrews, Selwyn Tangihaere.

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