There was a good roll up of golfers on the local course over the ANZAC long weekend.
Craig Dillon claimed a win in Saturday’s Stableford ahead of Greg Clark (2nd), Jacob Ryan (3rd), Don Macansh (4th) and John Potter (5th).
Ryan won the nearest the pin prize on the 3rd hole, Peter Brien the 7th, Luke Johnston the 8th and Dillon won the 11th hole prize.
The team of Jacob Ryan, Greg Clark and Michael Zannes won Sunday’s Three Ball Classic competition.
In second place was the father and sons combination of Stewart, Alec and Mark Fraser with the team of Craig Dillon, Peter Brien and John Potter finishing in third place.
Nearest the pin prizes were won on the 7th hole by Chris Gilbert; 8th Don Macansh and 15th John Potter.
A Four Ball Aggregate Stableford was played on Monday with Jacob Ryan and Micheal Zannes finishing as the winners.
Second were Geoff Dunne and Don Macansh; Alec and Mark Fraser teamed up to finish third and in 4th place were Garry Hay and Don Macansh (who doubled up for the day).
Macansh won the nearest the pin prize on the 3rd hole and Ryan claimed the 8th hole prize.
This Saturday the Atlas Copco Herford Cup, (a 4-Ball-Best-Ball v Par game) will be played. while on Sunday the Atlas Copco Cobar Men’s Open will be contested over 27 Holes Stroke.—This article has been compiled with information supplied by The Hacker.