BUNDY GOLF: Sixth time the charm for Brock
SUNDAY, June 4, was the final round of the DGZ Chartered Accountants Men's Club Championships. For the sixth time the Men's Club Champion in 2017 with a 72 hole gross score of 287 was Brock Wooldridge. Runner-up was Cameron McFarlane on 296.
Paul Batt hit 324 for the 36 holes to take out B Grade, Michael Gallagher on 351 in C Grade and up and coming young junior Jack Wooldridge on 371 was successful in D Grade. Look out Uncle Brock, young Jack could well be challenging you in a couple of years.
Bundaberg Ladies have been competing in the mid-week pennants from as far back as 1977 with team wins in 1985 and 2000. Friday, June 2, saw the ladies travel to Isis Golf Club for the final round of the mid-week pennants for 2017. The ladies won the final with 18 points against Hervey Bay on 17. Well done and congratulations to all our lady pennants players for 2017.
The GWB District Ladies Open and Closed Championships will be played at Bundy on Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18. Late nominations are being accepted and the program will commence with a rolling start on Saturday and a 9.30am shotgun start on Sunday. Draw and times will be on the website from Tuesday, June 13.
The first round of the Sporter's Championships commenced on Thursday, June 8. There will be four rounds with three to count. Chris Rowe was a winner in the first round with a 66 nett.
Rob Asnicar at Regalline Cabinets and Joinery kindly sponsored Saturday's men's event which was for the June monthly medals in three grades. A grade was won by Neil Afflick, B grade James Curtin and Ken Puusaari in C grade with a nett 62.
The women also played a monthly medal round. In Division 1, Jill Marrinan was the winner with Mary Shailer in Division 2.
Tuesday, June 6, was the first round of the Veterans Championships for Men and Ladies. Men's nett winner was Bill Pole and the Ladies winner was Beth Dummer. Vets, please include your names on the sheet to play on Tuesday, June 27, for the return match against Bargara for the Bungara Shield. The final round of the championships will be today.
Some members have recently commented that it is the best they have seen our golf course for many years. Thanks you must go to Sean, Mark and Fergus for their efforts in making our course look as good as it does. Thanks must also be extended to the volunteers who assist our green staff.