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.
ROSEANNE SUTTON – RIP: Sadly, I report to you the news of the sudden death of Roseanne on Friday night. Serving as the Ladies’ Club Captain some years ago, Roseanne was knowledgeable in, and a stickler for adhering to the rules of golf. In recent years, she was one of the ladies who ran the Melbourne Cup sweepstakes, and afterwards, she faithfully followed up with paying out the lucky winners. Melbourne Cup day won’t be the same. Our condolences go out to Phillip and the family. She will be missed by many.
Could those attending her funeral please wear the club uniform as we have been asked to form a guard of honour after the service - which is to be held at the Anglican Church, Albert Street at 1.30pm on Friday 31st May.
LADIES PENNANTS: Our pennant teams had mixed results at Feilding yesterday, Silver losing 3 ½ to 2 ½ to Manawatu thus knocking us out of first into second place. Better news for the District team who almost completed a clean sweep, beating Palmerston North 4 ½ to ½. Well done, ladies. The team will be playing off for a 3rd or 4th placing overall.
NEW MEMBER: Welcome to Koben Hanks, a new junior member who has recently joined our club. We hope you enjoy being part of the golfing world, Koben! Say Hi if you see him around.
CLUB JERSEYS: Pam Huddleston is looking at doing an order for club jerseys and vests. The jerseys are $95 and vests are $85. Please give Pam a call on 376 5625 if you are interested in acquiring one of these.
MONSIGNOR BRIAN WALSH: Some of you will remember Brian Walsh, a former member late of our parish and now serving in Palmerston North. He is currently in Sydney hospital and, we hope, recovering from a medical incident that was discovered when his flight landed in Sydney enroute from South Africa to NZ. His condition has improved and I’m sure members wish him a speedy and complete recovery.
QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY WEEKEND: Have a wonderful holiday weekend – the last for a few months! Be safe, and take care on the roads if you are travelling. Otherwise, good golfing!
Tuesday 21st May – LGU Silver Medal and Stableford Button
1st M Brislane 71 nett
2nd D Galvin 74 nett
3rd T Cuttance 76 nett
4th= M McAvoy, M Wheeler and A Mason 77 nett
Closest to Pin (14): L Wheeler
Drawn Twos: D Galvin, N Mabey and M Drysdale
Winner of Medal and Button: M Brislane 71 nett and 38 points
Thursday 23rd May – Club Haggle, Stableford
1st D Campbell 43 points
2nd B Doherty 40 points
3rd R Fryer 39 points
4th N Squires 38 points
5th P Galvin 37 points
6th R Jensen 36 points
Saturday 25th May – Medal Byrne Cup Rd 2
1st C Wallace 65 nett
2nd S Galvin 69 nett
3rd C MacGibbon 69 nett
4th M Thomson 70 nett
5th P Galvin 71 nett
6th D Pierey 72 nett
7th I Sturgess 72 nett
Closest to the Pin:
#12 – C Daysh, #9 – Duey
Twos: C MacGibbon (1), L Toheriri (18), C Daysh (18),
P Johns (12)
Jackpot hole #4, not struck
Posted: Tuesday 28 May 2019