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Golfers at Stanthorpe competed in a medley 4BBB stableford last Saturday, a first since about 3 months ago when restrictions were put in place. Sponsor for the day was the golf club.

Best score in on the day was from Max Hunter and Mike McAuliffe with an impressive 50 points on the day. Recording 25 points out and the same for the home nine, both players equally contributed to the final score, and between them, parred the 18 holes.

Runner up was the ladies team of Sandra Ellis and Sandra Morris with a score of 47 points. They also recorded 25 points on the front nine which included two four pointers, one from each player. Their back nine was not quite as good recording 22 points but sufficient to tie up second place.

Club captain Richard Reardon teamed up with his son, Nathan, and returned 45 points which enabled them to collect a run down prize. Some very useful points added to the score by Nathan when partner had some difficulty.

Next week is a stroke event and play for the July monthly medal and putting competition. Players are still required to follow the correct procedure of having names on the time sheet prior to the day’s competition and this can be done by visiting the club, phone or e-mail.

Finally, members hope for a quick recovery and successful physio programme for ladies captain Annelle Batterham. Hope to see her out on the course sooner rather than later.

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