Waiuku Golf results

• 30-10-15 Wednesday Ladies
Haggle Most 3’s +
• Div One
• 1st Margaret James 6
• 2nd Glennys Kerr 5
• Div Two
• 1st Marlene Scobie 8
• 2nd Eunice Clark 4
• Nearest Pin Jocylyn Paterson
• Nine Hole Ladies Least Putts
• Div One
• 1st Fae Douglas 16
• 2nd Jan Whitcombe 16
• Div Two
• 1st Mona Francis
• 2nd Sharron Patterson
• 1-10-15 Thursday Haggle
• Div One
• 1st Wayne Nepia 42
• 2nd Chris King 40
• 3rd Jonathon Morley 40
• Div Two
• 1st John Filmore 41
• 2nd Barry Ivey
• 3rd John Penny 38
• Two’s Martin Edmed
• Colin Sutherland
• Jonathon Morley
• 2-10-15 Saturday Haggle
• Div One
• 1st Craig Chambers 35
• 2nd Andre Rautenbauch 34
• 3rd Chris Hedley33
• Div Two
• 1st Phillip Rashleigh 37
• 2nd Wayne Nepia 35
• 3rd Ned Niha 34
• Best Gross
• Div One Craig Chambers 78
• Div Two Phillip Rashleigh 89
• Two’s
• Mandy Papich
• 4-10-15 Club Championships
• Senior Ladies
• Glennys Kerr R/up Margaret
McAllansmith
• Intermediate
• Mandy Papich R/upMaria
Hodgson
• Junior
• Eunice Clark R/up Christina
Randle
• Senior Men
• Jonathon Morley
R/up Courtney Maddern
• Intermediate
• Kevin James R/up Darren-
Whyte
• Junior
• Brian Miskell R/up Phillip Baird

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