IN ACTION: Graham Carlyon on   the Mundubbera course.
IN ACTION: Graham Carlyon on the Mundubbera course. Philippe Coquerand

Golfers test their accuracy on course

GOLF: Christine Vicary and Graham Carlyon won Sunday's shootout competition with a score of 60 1/2.

Ball winners were Len Weier and Paul Carlyon, 611/2, and Col Cluff and Daphne Williams 61 1/2.

Peter Hunsley and David Zipf, 74/ 1/2 won the Bradmans.

Men's pin shots went to Col Cluff on 4, and Alan Potter on 5.

Ladies' accurate shots were won by Lorraine Lindenmayer on 4, and Daphne Williams on 5.

Next week the annual general meeting will be held at noon on Sunday, followed by a 9-hole 2-ball ambrose.

In last week's scores for November 4, David Zipf won Sunday's Monthly Medal final with 73/65.

He was also the A-grade Monthly Medal winner.

Craig Postle, 70 nett, won the B-grade, and Paul Carlyon, 68, the C-grade.

Ball winners were Paul Carlyon 68, Craig Postle 70, and Garnie Keune 70.

Len Weier won the Bradmans trophy. Pin shots went to David Zipf on 5, and Wallly Benham on 9.

Lyn Carlyon won the Ladies competition with 71 nett, and also the first-grade Monthly Medal final. Gayle Bennett, 77, was the second-grade winner.

Lorraine Lindenmayer was the ball winner, while Daphne Williams won the Bradmans. Lyn Carlyon won both the accurate shot on 5 and the second shot to 9.


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