A good crowd of golfers turned out on Saturday for the inaugural Bill Bartlett Memorial Day, a Four-Ball-Best-Ball Stableford game.
Many of Bill’s family members were on hand for the day which started with the unveiling of a memorial rock and plaque on the 16th fairway, before Bill’s son Paul Bartlett and son-in-law Robbie Cummins paired up to win the day’s trophy.
The runners-up were Geoff ‘Aggro’ Smith and Tom Fox with Michael Ryan and Gary Dunn in third place.
Cummins was also the individual winner from Smith second.
Nearest the pins prizes went to: Deon Heyns (3rd hole), David Knight (7th), Peter Brien (8th), Marc Quinn (11th) and Robbie Cummins (15th).
A good field turned out to contest the Whitehall Cup Four-Ball-Best-Ball Stableford on Monday with Chris Powell and Tom Fox the outright winners.
The pairing of Alex Fraser and Garry Wilkin finished in second place and Colin Green and Bill Fugar were third.
Wilkin claimed the individual event win from Powell.
Peter Brien claimed the only nearest the pin prize on the 3rd hole.
Sunday was to be a Par round but only five players fronted for the game.
This weekend a number of golfers are expected to attend out of town events including the Bourke Pro Am and Tottenham Open.
On the home course Stableford games are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
The Polyfabrications Day has been rescheduled for Saturday July 9 and will be a three person Ambrose with no mixed teams.—This article has been compiled with information supplied by The Hacker.