Men’s Golf Saturday 3/4/21

Men’s Golf Saturday 3/4/21

A good field of 79 players, considering we are in the Easter holidays, took to the course in windy and showery conditions for our April monthly medal.

A Grade was won by our Club Champion Alan Hubbard playing off 3 having a 69 nett and Nigel Luxton was runner up with 73.

B Grade went to Steve Wilkinson with 66 Nett and runner up was Phil Coles with a 70.

C Grade went to a count back with Gerry Martin just getting over Dave Kammer both having 69’s.

NTP’s A Grade 2nd Grant Treloar, 7th John Faust, 12th Pat Hayes, 16th Kevin Haddrick B Grade 2nd Geoff Muhleisen, 7th Joe Lehkyl, 12th Bryan Penny, 16th Kim Hall C Grade 2nd House, 7th Kym Fiora, 12th Nick Davis, 16th Greg Morrison Pro pin Pat Hayes $70

Ball rundown went to 75.

Bazza’s Birdie Blitz was won by Jared Brown $20 Pro Shop voucher. North realestate lucky draw went to Gary Pettit $20, and we had 5 games for the Raffle and the winners were Michael Noakes $75, Mark Kenny $25, Steve Caine $25.

With all this rain around, if your in a cart, drive down the fairways, and try to stay out of the rough as it is still very wet in places.

Anyone still wishing to play Pennant golf or being able to be on the reserves list , your names must be in by SUNDAY the 11th of April.

Joke of the day

Stevie Wonder and Jack Nicklaus are in a bar. Nicklaus turns to Wonder and says, “How is the singing career going?” Stevie Wonder says, “Not to bad, the latest album has gone into the top 10, so all in all, it is pretty good, by the way, how is the golf?” Nicklaus replies, “Not to bad, I am not winning as much as I used to but I’m still making a bit of money. I have some problems with my swing, but I think I’ve got that right now.” I always find when my swing goes wrong I need to stop playing for a while and think about it, then the next time I play it seems to be all right,” says Stevie. “You play golf!?” asks Jack. Stevie says, “Yes, I have been playing for years.” “But I thought you were blind; how can you play if you are blind?” Jack asks. “I get my caddie to stand in the middle of the fairway and he calls to me. I listen for the sound of his voice and play the ball towards him, then when I get to where the ball lands the caddie moves to the green of farther down the fairway and again I play the ball towards his voice,” explains Stevie. But how do you putt?” Nicklaus wondered. ” Well” says Stevie, ” I get my caddie to lean down in front of the hole with his head on the ground and I just play the ball to the sound of his voice.” Nicklaus says, “What is your handicap?” ” I play off scratch,” Stevie assures Jack. Nicklaus is stunned and says to Stevie, “We must play a game sometime.” Wonder replies, “Well, people don’t take me seriously so I only play for money, and I never play for less than $100,000 a hole.” Nicklaus thinks it over and says, “Ok, I’m up for that, When would you like to play?. “I don’t care,” Wonder says, “Any night next week is okay with me.”

Hit em long and hit em straight

Kevin Haddrick


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