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Proserpine Golf Report

Allen Roberts edged out Wilf Herweg on a countback in Tuesday’s Stabelford at Proserpine Golf Club.

Both men carded 39 points and were followed in third place by Jim Cochrane on 38 points, while NTPs were won by Allen Roberts and Len Booroff.

The ladies teed up for the Wednesday Stableford in fine numbers, with Trish McNeill the winner on 39 points ahead of 20 other competitors.

She was closely followed by Pauline Redpath on 37, and Beryl Nosworthy in good form on 34 points. Toni Clauss, Trish McNeill and Ann Gardel were the NTP winners.

Aaron Prosser and Adam Tester were back on the winner’s podium for Division One and Two, respectively, in the Thursday Stableford.

Nathan Holohan runner up in Division One on 39 points, and Brent Daniels in third place on 37 points.

Russell Reardon also played well with a handicap equalling 36 points, beating James Devery on a countback.

NTP winners: Steve Mitchell, Adam Maggs, Gavin Kerwand and Trish McNeill

George Steane shot a par round to win the 9-Hole Met Run on Friday afternoon, carding a very nice 22 points.

Troy Smith betting his handicap to shoot 20 points beating Billy O’Connor on a countback. Paul Gray and Tom O’Brien were the NTP winners.

Saturday’s event was a nett competition, Diane Chard led the ladies in with a very nice 71 nett, beating Mandy Patterson on a countback.

Tiina Randmae came third, only one shot back on 71 nett.

Sherri Meade and Pam Harrison won the two NTP’s up for grabs, while the men’s field was divided into two divisions, with Vincent Collins winning on 66 nett.

Jon Miller shot a one under par round to finish in second place on 67 nett, and Jason Bourke was in third place on 68 nett.

Division Two was won by Jack Paroz on 64 nett, followed by Billy Ruddell on 66 nett and Mark Cranston in third place also on 66 nett.

NTP winners: Pat Camm, Steve Kelly, George Steane, and Rod Wecker.

John Clark was on fire on Sunday to win the Club Stableford with a scorching 42 points, three ahead of second placed Nathan Holohan, and Ken Granger one back from second on 38 points.

Aaron Prosser was the NTP winner.

Contributed with thanks to Proserpine Golf Club Pro Shop

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