COVID-19 – UPDATE – 27 FEBRUARY 2021

Golf courses in Victoria are open.   

The number of people you can play with depends on the size of the golf course. The two square metre rule applies.

People playing together should keep at least 1.5 metres distance apart.

You must carry a face mask with you at all times, unless you have a lawful reason not to wear a face mask. It is strongly recommended that you wear a face mask when you cannot maintain 1.5 metres distance from others, unless you are out of breath or puffing (or have a lawful exception).

Indoor facilities are open and the four square metre rule applies.  

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9 players braved the cold conditions this morning for the Royal Women's Hospital Fund-raiser teams event.
The winners of the team event was Jan Lang, Doyna Collins and Ellie Hirst with 47 points.
The individual winner for the day was Stuart McIntosh with 34 points and Ellie Hirst was Runner Up with 33.
Nearest the Pins went to Debbie Tully on the 7th and Doyna Collins and Stuart McIntosh on the 10th.

It looks like that there was no competition in the afternoon.

In the Pennant, the Scratch side travelled up to Mansfield to take on the undefeated Thurgoona.
A lot like in the first round, the players were slow to get off the mark with all players down at the halfway mark, with the exception of Jarryd Pritchard.
But they all fought hard on the back nine and the team ended up winning 3/2.
Darren Edwards went down 6/5, Vaughan Saunders lost 3/2, Dylan Pool won 1up, Xavier Palamarczuk won 2 up and Jarryd Pritchard won 1up.
The side takes on Wodonga at Thurgoona next week.

The section 1 handicap side made it two wins in a row by beating Chiltern 3/2 at Corowa.
Jacob Howard won 1up, Bill Love won 5/3, Dean Howard lost 3/2, Zane Howard won 7/5 and Col Carmody went down on the last.
Next week the team has the bye as they are the hosts.

In the Section 2 handicap the team narrowly went down to Mansfield at Benalla 3/2.
John Sheehan lost 2/1, Simon Carracher won 2/1, Dave Lang lost 4/3, Warwick Deuis won 3/1 and Mick Deuis lost 6/4.
The side travels to Myrtleford next week to play Jubilee.

Last Wednesday there was 8 players playing a Stableford.
The winner with a fantastic score of 42 points was Debbie Tully, runner up was Ellie Hirst with 35.
Nearest the pins went to Debbie Tully on the 7th and Ellie Hirst on the 17th.
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What a Day is was yesterday!
Massive thank you to all that turned up to play, brought afternoon tea and donated money.
Also thanks to Graeme Cordy our course curator, George and Coral Ward who rake the greens and anyone else that has helped out on the course. And of course thanks to Jamie Dolny and Maddie Howard who drove around the course keeping all players hydrated.
And Jamie for his efforts in the bar. Also Jamie and Sam Dolny who organised all the prizes in the raffle.

Together we raised $1820.70 as a club to go to the RCH Good Friday Appeal well done to all. Fantastic effort!

Now to the golf. We had 52 players play on the day.

The Ladies Golden Putter winner with a fantastic 48 points was Hollie Goodwin (35), runner up was Zoè Gephart (47) 40 points.
Ball winner were Jan Lang 35, Gail Smith 31 and Angela Bishop 31.

The mens Golden Putter winner was Michael Voigt (21) 63 nett, runner up was Mick Deuis (23) 66.
Ball winners were Dayne Carey 67, Mark Taylor 68, Josh Carr 69, Dylan Pool 69, Dave Atkins 70, Aaron Hae 70, Tyson Carey 70 and Glen Simmons 70.

In the non handicapnevent there was a tie with Richy Worcester and Corey Voigt with 101.

Nearest the pins went to Mick Deuis on the 3rd, Dave Lang on the 5th, Carolyn Lang and Josh Carr on the 7th, Hollie Goodwin and Jarryd Pritchard on the 10th and Tyson Carey on the 17th.

As daylight savings finishes tonight, it is a reminder to all that Sunday Golf is now an 11:30 for 12 noon hit off.
Tomorrow (Easter Sunday) is an Ambrose event.
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Friday looks like it's going to be a great day!
Get along to the golf club for the Annual Golden Putter event.
This is open to everyone and anyone. No handicap required.
Even if you don't want to come out for golf there will be heaps of raffle prizes and no doubt a great afternoon tea.

Hit off for golf is from 10am to 11:30am.
And the presentations and raffles should commence sometime around 3:30-4pm.

All money raised from raffles, donations and entry fees are donated to The RCH Good Friday Appeal.
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Friday looks like its going to be a great day! 
Get along to the golf club for the Annual Golden Putter event.
This is open to everyone and anyone. No handicap required.
Even if you dont want to come out for golf there will be heaps of raffle prizes and no doubt a great afternoon tea.

Hit off for golf is from 10am to 11:30am.
And the presentations and raffles should commence sometime around 3:30-4pm.

All money raised from raffles, donations and entry fees are donated to The RCH Good Friday Appeal.

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WEEK 6 FRIDAY TWILIGHT RESULTS

What a fabulous finish to the Friday Twilight Competition. Twenty players took part in the final round and as with previous weeks the results were very close.
Hollie Goodwin (19pts) continued her good form to win the Women’s section on a countback from Gail Smith also 19 pts. Stuart McIntosh (19pts) got back into winning form taking out the Men’s section on a countback from Ryan Hayes also on 19pts. Both Rod Shaw and Carolyn Jerome had great Nearest the Pins on the 10th and 17th. Best of the High Handicaps this week went to Zoe Gephart with 17 pts.
At the completion of the day’s competition players moved to the Hibernian Hotel for dinner and presentation of prizes.
Results are as follows:
Women’s Autumn Comp Winner was Dee Cordy 95 pts on a countback from Ellie Hirst also on 95 pts. You can’t get much closer than that. Both played consistently well throughout the season.
In the Men’s section Rod Shaw (106 pts) managed to keep ahead of Stuart McIntosh (102 pts). Rod also won the Overall best score for the competition.
The Team’s Event proved to be also very close. Cleveland ( 283 pts), ( Zoe Gephart ,Brian Cropley and Ellie Hirst) managed to defeat Srixon (262 pts) ( Lynn Brown, Ric Pierce, Dee Cordy & Gail Smith). Srixon edged out Ping by one point for runner up. There were numerous Nearest the Pin prizes and a special award for Zoe Gephart for her outstanding round of 27 points Week 4. Everyone enjoyed a very social evening and lovely meal at the Hibernian. Thanks to Drummond’s Albury, The Pierce Family with Imagine Ellie and Scarf Pins & Rings for their prize donations, Graeme Cordy for keeping the course in such great condition and all our members for their involvement. A real highlight has been witnessing the enthusiasm and improvement for our new players. Thanks to everyone for their involvement.
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WEEK 6 FRIDAY TWILIGHT RESULTS

What a fabulous finish to the Friday Twilight Competition. Twenty players took part in the final round and as with previous weeks the results were very close.
Hollie Goodwin (19pts) continued her good form to win the Women’s section on a countback from Gail Smith also 19 pts.  Stuart McIntosh (19pts) got back into winning form taking out the Men’s section on a countback from Ryan Hayes also on 19pts. Both Rod Shaw and Carolyn Jerome had great Nearest the Pins on the 10th and 17th. Best of the High Handicaps this week went to Zoe Gephart with 17 pts.
 At the completion of the day’s competition players moved to the Hibernian Hotel for dinner and presentation of prizes.
Results are as follows:
Women’s Autumn Comp Winner was Dee Cordy 95 pts on a countback from Ellie Hirst also on 95 pts. You can’t get much closer than that. Both played consistently well throughout the season. 
In the Men’s section Rod Shaw (106 pts) managed to keep ahead of Stuart McIntosh (102 pts). Rod also won the Overall best score for the competition.
The Team’s Event proved to be also very close. Cleveland  ( 283 pts), ( Zoe Gephart ,Brian Cropley and Ellie Hirst) managed to defeat Srixon (262 pts) ( Lynn Brown, Ric Pierce, Dee Cordy & Gail Smith). Srixon edged out Ping by one point for runner up. There were numerous Nearest the Pin prizes and a special award for Zoe Gephart for her outstanding round of 27 points Week 4. Everyone enjoyed a very social evening and lovely meal at the Hibernian. Thanks to Drummond’s Albury, The Pierce Family with Imagine Ellie and Scarf Pins & Rings for their prize donations, Graeme Cordy for keeping the course in such great condition and all our members for their involvement. A real highlight has been witnessing the enthusiasm and improvement for our new players. Thanks to everyone for their involvement.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Well done all winners

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Numbers were down today due to three sides playing pennant, but five players ventured out at Beechworth today.
Peter Smith was the winner with 33 points and Rod Shaw was runner up with 31 points. No Nearest the Pins were recorded.

In the pennant the Scratch side took on Mansfield at Yarrawonga and came away with a 2.5 all draw.
Darren Edwards lost 1 down, Vaughan Saunders won 1 up, Dylan Pool halved his match, Xavier Palamarczuk won 1 up and Willem Love lost two down. A very close match in the end with all matches going to the 18th hole. A great effort considering all players were down at the half way mark.

In the Section one handicap, they travelled to Jubilee to take on Wodonga. The team had a great 4/1 victory. Unfortunately for Col Carmody he went all the way there and didn't get a game as Wodonga had a player not turn up, so he got a walkover. Jacob Howard won 4 and 3, Bill Love won 1 up, Dean Howard lost 1 down and Zane Howard won 1 up. Well done team.

In the section two handicap, the team travelled to Mansfield to play Myrtleford. And despite three matches going into extra holes the team went down 4/1. Warwick Deuis was the only winner winning 3/2, Aaron Haw lost 3/2, and in the matches that went to extra holes Simon Carracher lost on the 19th, Dave Lang lost on the 20th as did Andy Croome who's apponent eagled the 20th hole to win.

As next week is Easter the next game of pennant will be on April 11th.

The penultimate round of Twilight was played on Thursday with 18 players going around the back nine.
The winner with a fantastic score of 29 points (22+7) was Warwick Deuis, Jarryd Pritchard was runner up with 26 (18+8).
Ball winners were Paul O'Loughlin 22 (18+4), Graeme Cordy 22 (16+6) and Dylan Pool 22 (14+8).
Jarryd Pritchard won nearest the pin on the 10th and also the nearest chip on the 14th.
Warwick Deuis claimed the half dozen with his second shot to the 13th.
Col Carmody was the happy recipient on the meat tray in the raffle kindly donated by CC 's Quality Meats.

Next Thursday is the final week of Twilight, where the winner and not so winner of the year will be announced.
Twilight will be an Ambrose with a draw for partners at 5pm. So if you are going to be running late please let someone know to put your name in the draw.

Remember that this Friday is The RCH Good Friday Golden Putter event. This is a massive fund-raiser that the club runs every year. We would love to see as many people show up as possible. Men, women and juniors welcome and no handicap is required. Visitors most welcome.
You can hit off any time from 10am to 11:30 am.

A seperate post with the full wrap up of the Friday Twilight event will be posted tomorrow.
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