Hancock and Rossiter the dream team at Maryborough

BOTH men and ladies started the weekend with the first round of their team events.

Men were competing for the E & A Eaves Shield and junior Lachie Hancock teamed up with James Rossiter to be leading the event with 79 points from Maris Cekulis and Harry Mason on 73.

A single event was held in conjunction and Brett Grambower was the A Grade winner with 38 points on a count back. B Grade went to Jeff Kunst with 39 points while James Rossiter won C Grade with 42 points.

The final round will be played next Saturday.

The ladies competed for the Hart Memorial Trophy and after the first round Glenda Hartley and Gay Bryant were sharing the lead with Chris Maher and Anne Eastwell on 43 points. Glenda and Gay were awarded the Saturday trophy on the count back system.

The ladies played their second round on Sunday and Glenda and Gay had 42 points to give them an aggregate total of 85 points and a four shot win over Pam Robinson and Annie Coulch.

Daily winners for Sunday were Coral Baxter and Di Beddows with 44 points on a count back.

The men also played a Single Stableford on Sunday and Dion Burns took out the event with 41 points from Paul Mathiesen with 38.

Everyone's dream is to have a hole in one and one of our club members achieved that on Sunday.

Playing the Par 3, 11th Hole Mark Riley pulled out his 4 hybrid and hit the perfect shot. Well done Mark!

This weekend ladies will be playing a Single Stableford on Saturday and Sunday is the Maryborough Junior Open.

A members competition will be held from 11.45am.

The timesheet is now out for the Tinana State School Charity Golf Day to be held on Sunday November 8.

This popular 4 Person Ambrose event normally fills up quickly so get your teams organised now and nominate through the Pro Shop on 4121 3765.

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