EYE ON THE PRIZE: Lorraine Lindenmayer watches where the ball goes at the Mundubbera Golf Club.
EYE ON THE PRIZE: Lorraine Lindenmayer watches where the ball goes at the Mundubbera Golf Club. Tobi Loftus

Golfers tee off for Mundubbera's Bogey competition

AFTER celebrating her first hole-in-one earlier this month, Lorraine Lindenmayer is back in the spotlight - winning Mundubbera's Bogey competition on the weekend with a score of four up.

Taking out the entire competition was Alan Potter who won comfortably with a score of six up.

Malcolm Dowe won the Bradman's with nine down.

The ball winners were Arthur Edwards on four up, Brad Beezley on four up, and Stephen Zipf and Garnie Keune.

The pin shots went to Kerrie Beutel on four and George Trampenau on nine.

Daphne Williams was the ladies ball winner on two up.

The Bradmans went to Gayle Bennett with eight down while Lyn Carlyon won the accurate shot on four and Christine Vicary the second shot to six.

This weekend's competition is a stableford.


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