Season finished for golfers

READY TO PLAY: Jodie McDonald, Christine Vicary, Gayle Bennett and Lorraine Lindenmayer at the three club championships.
READY TO PLAY: Jodie McDonald, Christine Vicary, Gayle Bennett and Lorraine Lindenmayer at the three club championships. Philippe Coquerand

THE year is coming to an end, with golfers competing in the three club, nine-hole competition in Mundubbera.

The competition proved quite challenging with players only using three clubs, from the driver, putter, pitcher or one of the irons. Some of the golfers chose not to use the putter, and instead had to chip the shot while on the green.

For president Graham Carlyon, playing with three clubs led him to win the Bradman's challenge, a title given to someone who scores the highest.

"It's more surprising how good your scores can be only playing with three clubs,” Carlyon said.

"You learn to think better as you only have a few clubs to choose from.”

The game followed with an end of year presentation and a high tea organised by the Mundubbera Golf Club.

"We recognised those players who did well throughout the year and they were awarded with a selection of prizes,” Carlyon said.

"We've been impressed with the golfing participation this year, it's been a good year and we're definitely looking forward to Christmas.”

With Christmas just around the corner, golfers will start competitions on Sunday afternoon at 3pm.

"We'll just be playing nine holes from now on until opening day next year,” Carlyon said.

Ladies awards

Stroke Champions: 1st Grade Gross: Lorraine Lindenmayer 349

Stroke Champions: 1st Grade Nett: Lorraine Lindenmayer 289

Stroke Champions: 2nd Grade Gross: Gayle Bennett 381

Stroke Champions: 2nd Grade Nett: Gayle Bennett 285

Zipf Shield: Gayle Bennett 285

Maxwell Memorial Trophy: Lorraine Lindenmayer 145

Foursome Championships: Overall Gross: Christine Vicary and Gayle Bennett 180

Foursome Championships: Overall Nett: Christine Vicary and Gayle Bennett 137

Monthly Medal Final: 1st Grade: Christine Vicary

Monthly Medal Final: 2nd Grade: Daphne Williams

Ron Cross Trophy: Lorraine Lindenmayer 2.71

Bob Barnett Consistency: Lorraine Lindenmayer 131.5

Best Gross Score: Lorraine Lindenmayer 75

Best Nett Score: Lorraine Lindenmayer 62

Most Improved: Gayle Bennett -2.3

Yearly Eclectic: Daphne Williams 47

Birdie Board: Lorraine Lindenmayer 6

Putting Competition: Lorraine Lindenmayer 30.71

Kimber Family Match Play: Gayle Bennett

Men's awards

Mixed Foursome Championships: 1st Grade Gross: Peter Hunsley and Lorraine Lindenmayer 125

Mixed Foursome Championships: 2nd Grade Gross: Graham Lohse and Jenny Lohse 138

Stroke Champions: A-grade Gross: David Zipf 290

Stroke Champions: A-grade Nett: David Zipf 258

Stroke Champions: B-grade Gross: Wally Benham 348

Stroke Champions: B-grade Nett: Wally Benham 276

Stroke Champions: C-grade Gross: Craig Postle 331

Stroke Champions: C-grade Nett: Craig Postle 251

Zipf Shield: Craig Postle 251

Maxwell Memorial Trophy: Craig Postle 124

Foursome Champions: A-grade Gross: Kerry Beutel and Stephen Zipf 159

Foursome Champions: B-grade Gross: Wally Benham and Spiro Vangelovski 163

Foursome Champions: C-grade Gross: Craig Postle and Graham Lohse 176

Matchplay Championship: A-grade: David Zipf

Matchplay Championship: B-grade: Wally Benham

Matchplay Championship: Allan Potter

Monthly Medal Final: A-grade: Peter Hunsley

Monthly Medal Final: B-grade: Col Cluff

Monthly Medal Final: C-grade: Paul Carlyon

Ron Cross Trophy: Wally Benham

Bob Barnett Consistency: Wally Benham 147

Best Gross: Peter Hunsley and Kerry Beutel 69

Best Nett: Craig Postle 59

Yearly Eclectic: Paul Carlyon

Putting Competition: Stephen Zipf 26.86

Kimber Family Matchplay: Col Cluff

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