Hunsley takes out the golf championship

PETER Hunsley won the Mundubbera Golf Club Championships on Sunday with 309.

Hunsley, who is captain of the club, has won the championships a number of times.

He also took home the Maxwell Shield for the best nett over two Sundays.

"It felt great to win it again," Hunsley said.

"I've won it a few times over the last few years.

"I wouldn't say I was the best player (in the club), I was the best player for those 72 holes."

Hunsley said the championships overall went well.

"We had five players in A-grade, four in B-grade and five in C-grade for the men and I think there were seven ladies," he said.

"It was played over 72 wholes, over two weekends.

"From that you get your winner with lowest gross score and a net score for the 72 holes."

Hunsley said the championships were not much different to other competitions.

"Though one bad round can cost you the trophy at the end I suppose," he said.

"So you're definitely playing for a bit of prestige to get your name on the championships honour board at the club.

"You don't get that for too many other competitions."

Rob Yarrow won the A grade nett with 280.

He also won the Zipf family shield for best Nett for 72 holes.

In the B grade Jud Whelan was victorious with 341; he was also the nett winner with 281.

Allan Potter was the C Grade winner with 368 and also the nett winner with 288.

For the women, Lorraine Lindenmayer was the first grade ladies winner with 263.

Lois Mesner was the second grade winner with 298.

Lyn Carlyon won the best nett over both grades.

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