Phil Elliott scraped home with a countback win in the stableford event on Sunday with 40 points ahead of Don Grimston and Ian Peterson. Josh Cooper also fared well with 36. Don also made the best scores on the Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10 hole, Lee and Thomas 13th and Capital Country Plumbing 18th holes with 7 points after a countback. Eddie Sivall won the nearest the pin on the 5th and the Millenium Windows drive and pitch was not won. As the weather warms up it is worth noting players can play Saturday for the Sunday events. Championships are only a couple of months away and the qualify for the overall championships players must have played in 10 handicappable rounds in the last year.
Goulburn Soldiers 12 Hole Competition
Jon Gegg returned to form with a midweek win with 28 points. Josh Cooper 22 and Don Grimston were also in the rundown to 20 on a countback. The Goulburn Soldiers Club 12 hole event can be played any day of the week and with the Kevin Allen Consistency Comp to start soon and another $100 voucher up for grabs it’s a great way to enjoy your golf and support the club.
Notices: Sunday Aug 27 Stroke Monthly Medal. Congratulations to the committee for 2018 of Shane Cooper (Pres) Chris Webb (V.P) Russell Schmitt (Capt), Di Schmitt (Sec/ Treas), Joy Leary (Ass. Treas), and Ken Wray, Gary Spence, Chris Toole, Jeremy Harrison and Eddie Hawkins. Thanks to all of the volunteers for their efforts over the last year and we hope you can continue for the next year. Thank you to John Loubry for his committee service.
The 2017 Foursomes Championships have been played and won by the gun team of Heather Buchanan and Judy Moran with 205 gross over the two rounds. Beryl Howe and Ratna Rankmore joined forces to take the nett win with 149.
Tully juniors only have this Saturday left for afternoon coaching before returning to the mornings at 8.30 from Sept 2. Last Saturday Ned Slater and Nathan Chandola were the putting competition winners.
Conditions were great for golf but foursomes golf for all on Sunday as Ken Wray and Tony Clewett blew away the competition to win the nett for both rounds played on the day. Consistency is the key for this event with experience winning out for these two as they carded back to back rounds of 67.5 and 69.5. This left them with a total of 137 to win the overall nett prize as well. Unlucky to be beaten were another solid pairing of Marty Weise and Chris Webb (72.5 and 69.5) as they finished in 3rd for round 1 to Chris Elliott and Phil Elliott (69.5) and then 2nd for round 2 ahead of Anthony Cooper and Bryan Norris (71).
Gross winner for the day were Trent Cooper and Shane Cooper with a combined total of 174 for their two rounds to edge out Chris and Phil Elliott one shot behind and Tony Clewett and Ken Wray one further back. Only one nearest the pin was won for Ken Wray on the 7th with the Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10, Workers Club and Goulburn Soldiers Club opportunities going begging for the day. Thanks to all of the players for their support for the day and to C Norris D Schmitt and J Leary for looking after the lunches.
Elsey Slater took out the junior section of the monthly Par 3 with a nett 25 and Marina Wenban showed she has potential for her 19 nett in the adult division. The next Par 3 is Sept 9.
Goulburn Soldier Club 12 hole Competition
Eddie Hawkins managed another under par score of 25 points last week to win the Soldier Club voucher as Brian Larkin finished hot on his heels with 24. Don Grimston stayed consistent with 21 and John Peterson 20 and Berryl Gray 19 made up the rundown.
Notices: August 20 Stableford & AGM at 1pm. All members are asked to attend with Championships on the agenda.Thanks to K Bensley, C Toole, T Clewett, and B C Training for their help on the new tee areas in recent weeks.
ACT -Monaro District Par Event
Congratulations to Tracker Tahana and Adam Boxsell on finishing tied first at the District Par Event on Sunday with +6. Unfortunately they were beaten from the top honours on countback but they are still in good stead for the next round.
Tony Clewett was smart enough to pick the ‘new guy’ as his partner on Sunday as he and Jeremy Harrison, playing his first round of comp, won on countback in the 4BBB stableford event after finishing with 43 points. Unlucky for their back nine result were Anthony Cooper and Bryan Norris also on 43. Marty Weise proved it was no fluke earlier this year when he won nearest the pin on the Workers Club 8th hole by repeating the result on the 7th in the windy conditions. Russell Lieschke won the drive and pitch on Kev’s Quality Meats 12th hole.
Notices: Sat Aug 12 is the Par 3 event. Tee off 8am – 3pm, all welcome Juniors come for 2pm if you wish to go around in the junior groups. Next Sunday, Aug 13, is the Foursomes Championships with both R1 and R2 played for the day. Cost is $15/ round and includes a BBQ lunch. Tee off is set for 7.30 so anyone looking for a game please show up around 7am so we can organise the teams. Aug 20 is the AGM at 1pm. Agenda items include the Championships and grades. Sept 15 is the start of the Kevin Allen Consistency Competition with thanks to V Allen.
Gouburn Soldiers Club 12 hole Competition
Don Grimston was the runaway winner last week with 29 points, 5 ahead of the next best players on 24, Eddie Hawkins and Bryan Norris. Joy Leary, John Peterson and Greg Maskill all finished on 23 to make up the rundown.
Don Grimston outshone the competition on Sunday with a nett 65 to win the Stoke event and C Grade Monthly Medal. Tom Heath was the A grade winner on 66 as well as nearest the pin on the Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10 hole and Phil Elliott took the B grade with 69 and won the drive and pitch on the Lee and Thomas 13th. The ball rundown included Chris Ryan on 66 and Ken Wray on 70 (c/b).
Notices: Sunday Aug 6 4BBB stableford. Good luck to the two teams for the district final of the Par event next Sunday at Fairbairn. The Foursomes championships will be run on Sunday Aug 13 with the 2 rounds played back to back on the day. Cost $30/ person and includes lunch. All players to be there for 7.30am tee offs. Memberships are now due. AGM August 20 at approx. 1pm. All players are to use the 17th tee until further notice while the 9th tee is being renovated.
Goulburn Soldiers Club 12 hole comp
Chris Ryan stole Don Grimston’s weekly double chance by sneaking ahead with a 27 point round last week pipping Don with his 26. Joy Leary 24, Russell Schmitt 23 and John Peterson 22 made up the rundown. No midweek comp play this Thurs while work is being done on the course. All players use the 17th tee for the 9th tee as noted above.
Nathan Chandola started to find his form last week to win the junior stableford competition on Saturday. Elsey Slater was second with brother Ned pushed into third on a countback.
Experience won over on Sunday as the team of Don Grimston, Ken Wray and Tony Clewett banded together to finish with 107 points in the Irish Team event. Leading the way for his team Don managed 45 points but crucially none of the players had a zero point hole making the multiplication aspect of the game that much easier. Next best on the day was the team of Tom Heath, Phil Elliott and Chris Elliott on 101. Nearest the pin on the Goulburn Soldiers Club 14th was not won and the Carpet Court 16th drive and pitch was won by Trent Cooper. Thanks to G Spence for his donation for the day.
Notices: Sunday July 30 Stroke monthly Medal. Memberships are now due. Sunday trophy donors are needed. B Grocott won the lucky number draw. AGM Aug 20. Foursomes Championships Rounds 1 & 2 are on August 13. Committee nominations are now due.
Goulburn Soldiers 12 Hole Competition
John Peterson topped the honours list last week with a 26 point round to pip Joy Leary and Di Schmitt both on 24. Michael Kadzeila 23, Berryl Gray and Don Grimston both on 22 on countback made up the rundown for the week.
Tully juniors had a putting competition and chipping and putting team event on Saturday with Nitika Chandola winning the putting and Nathan Chandola teaming up with Charlise Vandeven to take out the team event. The juniors have another month in the 3pm Sat timeslot before returning to mornings in September.
Mick Harris was the stableford winner after a countback over Trent Cooper when both finished with 40 points on Sunday. Russell Lieschke was close behind on 39 with Ian Peterson and Don Grimston making up the rundown on 37. Don also took out the Mystery Holes for July with 8 points on the Antony Auto’s 2nd, Gordon Hotel 11th and Carpet Court 16th holes. Nearest the pin went to Jim Last on the Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10 hole while Mick Harris also won the drive and pitch on the Gordon Hotel 11th.
Notices: July 23 Irish Team Event (teams of 3). Memberships are now due. Agenda items and committee nominations are required by July 31. Foursomes Championships R1 and R2 August 13. Names for 2018 pennants needed as are trophy donors for the Sunday comp. Well done Rheannah Webb with her results from the junior week of golf. 8th overall for the B division.
Goulburn Soldiers Club 12 hole competition
24 points was enough to get Eddie Hawkins over the line last week for another win. On 23 points were John Peterson, Sharon Scott, and Russell Schmitt. Bryson Plumb and Russell Lieschke on 22.
The Webb pairing of Chris and Rheannah cleaned up on Sunday in the 4 ball best ball event with 48 points showing team consistency with 24 for each 9 holes. After a three way countback the teams of Don Grimston and Ken Wray, and Tony Clewett and Simon Jiang came out in front with 44 points each. Chris Webb took the nearest the pin for the Workers Club 8th and Phil Elliott won the Drive and Pitch on Kev’s Quality Meats 12th.
Showing the talent runs through the Webb family, mother Letitia Webb won the adult section of the July Par 3 event with nett 18 and Nitika Chandola proved best for the junior division with 25. The next Par 3 is on August 12.
Goulburn Soldiers 12 Hole Competition
Berryl Gray made it 2 from 2 with a countback win on 23 over Bryson Plumb and John Peterson last week. Included in the rundown were Joy Leary, Ron Nunn and Eddie Hawkins all on 22.
Notices: Sunday July 16 stableford. Thanks to the committee volunteers who helped get the plumbing done for the shed on Saturday in the cold conditions. The first tee is undergoing renovations so all players are asked to use the temporary tee located to the front until further notice. Foursomes Championships are set for both rounds on Sunday August 13 with a BBQ lunch on the way around. Plan for the day and book a cart early if you need it. AGM is August 20 nominations are being taken for the committee and any agenda items should be put in by the end of July.
Eddie Hawkins and Russell Lieschke teamed up to take out the 2 Person Ambrose on Sunday with a nett score of 57.75. Shane and Trent Cooper were close behind on 60 in the frosty conditions. Don Grimston won the nearest the pin for the Goulburn Soldiers Club 14th hole with the RSM 7th not won.
The overall results for the Pairs Event saw Trent and Shane Cooper take out the $100 voucher each with -17. Next best for the three round competition were Russell Lieschke and Eddie Hawkins on -11.25.
Goulburn Soldiers 12 Hole Compettion
Berryl Gray topped the field with her 26 points after a countback over Russell Schmitt. John Peterson kept close behind on 25 and Di Schmitt and Joy Leary both finished on 24 with the rundown to 23.
Notices: Par three event this Saturday July 8th, tee between 8am and 3pm, juniors who need someone to mark their card are asked to come for 2pm. Sunday July 9 4BBB stableford. Pennants players for 2018 are asked to put their names on the sheet in the clubhouse. Thank you to the Anderson family for their generous donation of balls for the juniors.
Most Valuable Player
Congratulations to Rheannah Webb, awarded the MVP trophy for the Tully Park / Gold Creek junior pennants team on Saturday night for her 7 wins from 8 matches in the ACT -Monaro competition that helped the team to the semi-finals in March.
June Stroke monthly Medal
Eddie Sivell stormed home with a nett 66 to take the honours for the Stroke event on Sunday and won the C grade title for June. Russell Lieschke won the A grade on countback for his 68 and Ken Wray took the B Grade with 69. Trent Cooper and Tom Heath featured in the rundown for their 68 and 69. Nearest the pin for the Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10 hole was Tom Heath while Ron Nunn was best on the RSM 7th. The Workers Club 8th was not won. Thanks to D Grimston for his trophy donation.
Notices: 2 Person Ambrose Sunday July 2 (round 3 of the pairs event). Memberships are now due for the 2017/18 year. The bunker on the 3rd/4th that has been GUR should be operational for next weekend – check the board for details. Anyone who can help with the concreting of the pump ramp on Sat please come out for 9am.
Goulburn Soldiers Club 12 hole competition
Chris Ryan made it back to back wins with 31 points last week. Tony Clewett 26 Ron Nunn 26 and Joy Leary and Berryl Gray, both on 23, made up the rundown. Thanks to the Goulburn Soldiers Club for their continued sponsorship of this great competition.
4 Ball Par Qualifier
The Keno 4 Ball Par Qualifier saw some excellent results to fight for the 2 representative positions available but it was the tried and true team of Trent and Shane Cooper that blew the field away with +13 to show sometimes a good team beats better players. The Tahana/ Boxsell team also proved their worth coming in with a highly respectable +11 pushing Phil Elliott and Gary Spence into third place with their +11. Ken Wray took the honours for the nearest the pin on the 5th hole for Goulburn Produce and Mitre 10, Chris Elliott won the RSM 7th and Trent Cooper showed how he scored so well with the Workers Club 8th hole. Thanks to B Mills for the trophy for the day.
Notices: June 25 Stroke Monthly Medal. July 2nd is the final round of the Pairs event the 2 person Ambrose. With the AGM only 2 months away nominations for agenda items and committee nominations are now being taken with the final date for agenda items July 30. Memberships are also now due for the 2017-18 year. Thanks to all of the volunteers helping around the course and clubhouse. Anyone who can donate Sunday trophies or assist with the working bee, for the pump ramp concreting, on July 1 at 9am please let us know.
Goulburn Soldiers 12 hole Competition
Chris Ryan made his mark last week with his first individual win in a Tully competition. Chris scored 25 points to pull the rug out from Tom Heath and Russell Schmitt who both finished with 23 in a rundown to 21. With the 12 hole comp available to play all week it is a great event for men, ladies and juniors to test their skills, have a hit and support the club.