The Kempsey Golf Club held the 2018 Carpet Court 18-hole single stroke event for the monthly medals and playoff for the 2017-18 gold medals last Saturday.
Taking out the 2017-18 Gold Medals on the day were in ‘A’ grade Duke Maloney, while the ‘B’ grade was won by Peter Hudson and the winner of the ‘C’ grade was Brendan Roache.
The winners of the Monthly Medals for November were TJ Smith in ‘A’ grade with a net 66 and in the ‘B’ grade the winner was Stephen Bates with a net 64 while the ‘C’ grade winner was Graeme Hall with a good score of net 62.
The runner up on the day in the ‘A’ grade was Duke Maloney with a net 67 and the ‘B’ grade runner up was Gary Brown with a net 66 and the ‘C’ grade runner up was Brendan Roache with a net 67.
At the 3rd hole on Saturday there was a special prize up for grades for the best closest ntp’s on the day and the winner was the ‘C’ player Graeme Hall who collected the monthly prize as the best. The ‘A’ grade was won by Peter Hatton while the ‘B’ grade went to Scott Butterfield and Cosette Black was the Ladies winner. The special prize was kindly donated by Celebrations.
Also on the day players were also playing for a trip to the 2018 Australia PGA Tournament to be held at the RACV Royal Pines Golf Club on the Gold Coast on the 25th November. The winner of this event on the day was Paul Mcnamara who is off to the Gold Coast, well done Macca and enjoy the weekend.
Tomorrow at the club the members and visitors will be hitting off in the 2018 Peter Steffensen 18 hole Single Stableford event from 7am. All intending players can book in now at the club or go online to book in for your round. On the scoreboard roster tomorrow will be the week 2 team of Gary Brown and Steve Bates.
A reminder to all players that from the 1/1/2019 there will be a number of New Rules come into place. A new rule is when taking a drop you must drop the ball from knee height. For more new rules you can go to www.golf.au/new rules.
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