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PGC Newsletter 16.05.2019

Under Alert Level 2 we will resume golf at Pahiatua from Thursday 21st May including the Bar.

1.     ALL visitors to Pahiatua Golf Club must sign the contract tracing book on the shelf by the green fee slot. Preferably using your own pen.

2.     There is hand sanitiser available at the sign in book and cart shed, please use.

3.     Please wash your hands before and after play.

Notices for how we need to conduct ourselves both on the course and in the clubhouse are posted at the clubhouse and on Facebook.

Thank you for your co-operation. Please respect that we are doing all we can to keep our golfing community safe.

WOODPECKERS REQUIRED PLEASE: There is to be a working bee to do firewood tomorrow start 8.30 – 9am. There are only a few volunteers at the moment, so more are required please. They will have Clarrie’s splitter. Please contact Gerald Smith for more information, or just turn up. Thanks.

 

MARQUIS SHIELD: The team to will be playing Carterton at Mahunga on Sunday. Good luck guys.

 

CLUB CARTS: Thanks to those members who are co-operating with our club cart policy of booking the carts before use and paying their hire charge.

A reminder please that the carts are not to be removed from the shed without prior booking or notification to Pam Bisset – a text is fine. It was decided at the meeting last night that those hiring carts should fill in the green fee sheet and, using a green fee sticker to identify the hireage, pay the charge into the green fee box. Thank you. Any further queries should be made to Andrew McKnight.

 

MONTHLY MEETING: I will have more from last night’s meeting in the next newsletter.

 

LADIES PENNANTS: Congratulations to the Silver Pennant team who had a big win (5-1) over Palmerston North/Wanganui at Palmerston North on Monday. The team is in 1st equal place with Rangatira who they have yet to play. They have four more rounds. The District team unfortunately lost to Rangatira. They are now into the semi-finals, playing off for 4th and 5th place.

 

GOLF RULES EXAM: Expressions of interest are being asked for regarding sitting a Level 1 or Level 2 exam which will be held at Manawatu Golf Club on Sunday 26th May at 1.30pm. If you are interested, please contact Ian Anderson by email iganderson@outlook.co.nz or phone him on either 06 356 6520 or 027 343 8927 for more information.

You can also practice doing either a Beginner and/or Intermediate and Advanced level quiz online at www.randa.org, then go to RULES>Rules Education>Rules Quiz. It’s pretty cool, actually.

 

LATEST RESULTS:

Tuesday 7th May – LGU Gold, 1st Qualifying, Rd 1 MBM

1st D Power 62 nett

2nd M Drysdale 69 nett

3rd D Galvin 71 nett

4th= C Hewitt and L Wheeler 73 nett

Closest to Pin (9): G Sorensen

Twos: D Power (12)

Winner of Gold Medal and Stableford Button – D Power, 62 nett, 47 points. Congratulations Deirdre – great score and your very first 2!

 

Thursday 9th  May – Club Haggle

1st B Doherty 44 points

2nd G Smith 38 points

3rd N Pearson 37 points

4th A Devonshire 36 points

5th P Jensen 36 points

Saturday 11th May – Medal, 1st Qualifying, Rd 1 Byrne Cup

1st T Kerins 67 nett

2nd N Coombe 67 nett

3rd P Drysdale 68 nett

4th D Pierey 68 nett

5th N Squires 69 nett

6th K Pierey 69 nett

7th A McKnight 70 nett

8th D Campbell 71 nett

9th R Fryer 71 nett

Closest to the Pin:

#12 – A McKnight, #9 – K Pierey

Twos: N Coombe (12, 14) D Pierey (18), K Pierey (14, 18) The jackpot hole was Dudley’s and struck by Kieran and Noel Coombe who were happy to share $125 between them, congratulations.

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Posted: Friday 17 May 2019