Hanlon wins stroke event with 66 nett


Former local Mick Hanlon was the winner of Saturday’s stroke event. Now playing at Condo, he was just a little bit too solid for the locals with his 66 nett.

The group behind gave him no chance when they watched him play the 15th via the 13th fairway, and saw his tee shot on the 17th dribble just past the ladies’ markers. What they did not see was Mick’s string of pars from the eighth to the 14th which swung the game in his favour.

Runner-up was Pat Walsh with 67 nett. He got the staggers over the last four holes – could not par a hole off some handy tee shots.

John Wynne was the next best with 68 nett on a countback. Having a six on the 16th put him out of contention. The pin winners were Steve Peterson and Col Pratt.

Sunday’s par event saw Barry Howell get the cash over his marker Allan Holmes with +4 on a countback. You have five minutes to find a lost ball, Baz located his ball with seconds to spare on the seventh.

They were searching in the rough when his ball was lying on the fairway after a lucky bounce off a tree.

Al spotted the ball, but later on he wished he hadn’t. Tex Tomek had +1 to be the other ball winner. Pin winners were Al and Peter Murphy.

Mid week ladies’ winner with 35 points was Di Donald. The other four players all finished on 34 points and Rhonda Holmes was the lucky draw winner. A big thankyou.

What a fantastic lot of golfers and members we have at the Royal Nyngan Golf Club.

We had a fantastic roll-up of helpers at the Anzac Day Races to help the lady golfers with the afternoon teas, drinks, etc., and the Men’s Committee with the barbecue. Thanks to:- Veronica and Pat Bourke, Sharyn, Geoff, Steve, Burls, Lesley, Marg S, Luan, Gillian, Mandy, Kirsty, Sandra, Helen, Dolly, Judy, Gai, Dianne, Cathy, Colleen, Rhonda, the two Bettys, Robert, Marg D, Nicole, Dave, Cristene, Andy, Chook, Louie, Don, Anthony Blake, Jenny Martin, Nyngan Foodworks, Bogan Shire Council and Nyngan Jockey Club for the many and varied jobs you all carried out to make everything run smoothly. Thanks also to the Nyngan and surrounding communities who supported the Nyngan ANZAC Race Day.

Appreciation from

Jenny, Mim and Peter

Next Saturday we play for the Ted Winter Cup. This year’s event is sponsored by Nyngan Innovations. The format is a 4BBB stableford, scratch and handicap medley select.

Sunday the first of the Open’s get underway with Cobar and Mendooran the first cabs off the rank, a stroke event for the non-travelers.

The ladies have the WDLGA 4BBB in lieu of the 3BBB team’s event.

Badge draw this Thursday night is for $500, the Joker draw remains at $500.

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