Local junior Joseph Haylock is on a roll and his 44 stableford points on Saturday at Dubbo indicates how his much he has improved in recent times.
Playing off 21 handicap, he made the C-grade trophy his own with his score finishing two in front of second placed Sean Rumble (42).
Like a few of our members Haylock spends most of his summer months paying cricket and the occasional game of golf but more regular competition and time on the course is obviously helping his game no end.
Other good scores in the grade came from Paul Ensor with 41, Chris Scales, Paul Chandler 40 and Greg Matthews and Ross Tomlins with 39.
The other good card came in A-grade when Ray Moulds off 11 was in super form to post 43 points, four in front of second placed Craig Marchant.
For the B-grade trophies, Andrew Graham had 40 points and edged out Tony Ford on a countback.
The cut line for golf balls were 37 in A and C-grades and 36 on a countback in B-grade.
Four nearest to the pins were contested on the 19-9 layout with the winners being Kel Kilsby (5th) 70cm; Jeff Wright (8th) 126cm; Greg Matthews (23rd) 114cm and Joseph Haylock (26th) with a great shot to 89cm.
The Wednesday Medallion was also a feature of the week in golf for trophies courtesy of Blowes Menswear.
Division 1 winner was Hanlon Hyland with 80-68 from Matt Gleeson 69-69 and Division 2 Todd Richards 88-68 from second placed Lachlan Earle 97-71.
The scratch prize winners were Matt Gleeson for his two-under-par 69 and Todd Richards with 88. The cut for golf balls was 74 after a countback on a difficult day.
NTP winners were Ian Edmunds (5th) 80cm; Ian Shepherdson (8th) 380cm; Matt Gleeson (11th) 136cm; James Cusack (15th) 224cm and Graham Allan (18th) 510cm.
Meanwhile, some of the Dubbo juniors have been playing in tournaments with the latest news coming to hand from the Hunter that Andrew and Ben Page both won trophies at the Saunders Motor Group Scone Junior Open recently.
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