Waiuku Golf Club results

Tuesday Haggle
1st Frank McGrath 37, 2nd Brendon Irwin 36, 3rd Rodney James 35. Twos; Michael Croucher .
Wednesday Ladies Haggle
Div One; 1st Mandy Papich 35, 2nd Delia Fleming 34. Div Two; 1st Eunice Clark 33, 2nd Karen Macdonald 30 c/b.

Nine Hole Ladies Least Putts
Div One Gweneth Baird 16, 2nd Fae Douglas 17. DivTwo; 1st Noelene Ramsey 16, 2nd Jeanette Hargraves 17c/b
Thursday Mid Week Open
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Div One; 1st Gross Brent Dawson 78, 2nd Gross Jerry Kuggeleijn 79, 1st Nett Scott Trapski 68, 2nd Nett David Bates 70, 1st S/fd Christopher Hone 40, 2nd S/fd Joel Stitt 37, 3rd John Morris 37, 4th Jonathon King 36, 5th Roy Leaming 35, 6th Rory Kimber 34, 7th Todd Geayley 34. Div Two; 1st Gross Merv Price 88 c/b, 2nd Gross Phil Hunt 88, 1st Nett Martin Edmed 66, 2nd Nett Maria Hodgson, 1st S/fd Tony Van 44, 2nd S/fd Christopher Peet 40, 3rd Brendon Irwin 36, 4th Michael O`Connell 36, 5th Colin Bava 36, 6th Andrew Hodgson 34, 7th Lex Wilcox 34. Ladies Longest Drive; Yvonne Hunter Nearest Pin;Maria Hodgson. Mens Nearest Pin; Div One Rory Kimber, Div Two Christopher Peet. Longest Drive; Div One Jimmy Cotter, Div Two Christopher Peet. Twos; Rory Kimber, Brent Dawson, Mike O`Connell.
Saturday Haggle
Div One; 1st Alan Dawson 38, 2nd Matt Dunstan 38, 3rd Darren Whyte 38, 4th Paul Loosemore 37, 5th Brent Dawson 35, 6th Todd Geayley, 7th Rory Kimber 34. Div Two; 1st Hector Rei 41, 2nd Pat Dowd 39, 3rd Alan Bancroft 38, 4th Murray Armstrong, 5th Bob Tripp 36, 6th Brian Miskell 34, 7th Alan Collins 34.
Best Gross; Div One Craig Chambers 79, Div Two Hector Rei 83. Twos; Todd Geayley, Hector Rei, Brian Miskell, Travis Miles, David Bates, Kevin Third, John Hamilton, Matt Dunstan.

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