PGC Newsletter 09.12.2019

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.


Hi all, can you please email or text me any change in your contact details, including phone numbers and addresses. Thanks.


Tuesday 10th December – Ladies Summer golf – 9am tee off, make up your own groups

Wednesday, 11th December – Junior coaching 4.30pm

Thursday, 12th December – Summer haggle (AT’s Pot)

Thursday, 12th December – TWILIGHT– Tee off 4pm to 5.30pm $5 members, $10 visitors. This is the final night for this year – we recommence Thursday 9th January with the teams competition sponsored again by MacDougalls – goes right through until end of February. Any enquiries should be made to Tony Kerins.

Saturday 14th December – Stableford

Saturday 14th December – Committee meeting 9.30am

Sunday 15th December - Stableford



Thursday  5th December – ATs Pot (Stableford)

1st S Huddleston 42 points

2nd I Fraser 41 points

3rd N Squires 38 points from B Doherty


Thursday  5th December – Twilight

Ladies’: 1st R Squires 21 points

Men: 1st  T Lozell 26 points! I’m told that is 20 more than last week. Good skills, Tony.

2nd M Ashwell 22 points

3rd= T Hislop and P Timmins 21 points

Saturday 7th December – Stableford

1st I Fraser 42 points

2nd P Timmins 40 points

3rd J Delehanty 40 points

Twos: There were no twos



Sunday  8th December – Christmas Cheer Canadian Foursomes

Club Captain Tony Lozell braved the predictions of his phone app and stuck with running the tournament on Sunday – “damned if we do, and damned if we don’t”. The decision to reduce play to 9 holes proved to be the right one. A good day was had by those 44 players who fronted up – WELL DONE! We were lucky enough to have visitors making up half the field.

Results below:

Ladies: 1st Dawn & Mary 18.5 nett, 2nd Kay Ball & Denise Galvin 22.5, 3rd Pam & Marion 23.5, 4th Margaret D & Trish 24, 5th Colleen & Bronwyn 25 and Cindy & Larni 26 nett.  

Men: 1st Nill & Sooty 12 nett (49 gross on a 37 handicap), 2nd Corey & Rex 19, 3rd Gerald & Jason 19, 4th Johns & Cuttance 20.5, 5th Pinky & Cell 21, 6th Kev & Max Ashwell 21.5, 7th A McKnight & J Delehanty 22.5, 8th T Lozell & Brett MacDougall 23.5, 9th DP & KPB 23.5, 10th Galvins 24, 11th Matt & Mike 25.5, 12th TK & Korey 26, 13th Lyall Humphrey & Pete Timmins 26.5, 14th Clayton & Bondi 27, 15th Rick & Kieran 27 and 16th Regan & Shane 28 nett.


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Posted: Saturday 4 January 2020