Results from the Waiuku Golf Club

Saturday Haggle DivisonOne winner Dave Yandall

Saturday Haggle DivisonOne winner Dave Yandall

Wednesday Ladies Haggle, Captain’s Fun Day:
1st; Margaret McAllan smith & Jan Scobie 72, 2nd Karen Macdonald & Christina Randle 72.
Nine Hole Ladies S/fd
1st Gweneth Baird 15, 2nd Fae Douglas 13 c/b, 3rd Marlene Reimer 13.
Lion Nathan Mid Week Open: Div One;
1st Gross Fred Watts 72, 2nd Gross Jonathon Morley 74. 1st Nett John Morris 67, 2nd Nett Chris Murdoch 69. 1st S/fd Alan Dawson 41, 2nd Christopher Hone 39, 3rd Lindsay Russell 37, 4th Scott Trapski 37, 5th Matt Dunstan 37, 6th Craig Chambers 36, 7th Wayne Nepia.
Div Two; 1st Gross Phil Hunt 84, 2nd Gross Peter Winchester 89, 1st Nett Colin Bava 69, 2nd Nett Cam Fleming 73, 1st S/fd Terry O`Flaherty 41, 2nd Michael O`Connell 36,
3rd Colin Thomson 34, 4th Ross Tindle 33, 5th Owen Yorke 32, 6th Alan Bancroft 32, 7th Glen Guy 31.
Ladies Nearest Pin Monz Ellmers, Longest Drive Jody Harper.
Div One Men; Longest Drive Joel Stitt, Nearest Pin Todd Geayley.
Div Two ; Longest Drive Simon Andruchow,
Nearest Pin Simon Andruchow.
Twos: John Morris, Fred Watts, Craig Chambers, Alan Dawson, Christina Randle.
Saturday Haggle Div One; 1st Dave Yandall 42, 2nd John Morris 40, 3rd Bruce Whittaker 39, 4th Scott Guthrie 38, 5th Greg Cowie 38, 6th Phil Thompson 38, 7th Alan Dawson. Div Two; 1st Les Edwards 38, 2nd John Munro 36, 3rd John Bancroft 36, 4th Alan Collins 35, 5th Phillip Alderson 34, 6th Cam Fleming 34, 7th Trevor Cleghorn 33. Best Gross Div One Dave Yandall 73, Div Two John Munro. Twos; Frank McGrath , John Bancroft, Les Edwards, Craig Chambers, Ivan Van Niekerk.

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