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PGC Newsletter 18.02.2020

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.

PROPERTY BROKERS’ OPENING DAY - SHORT DETAILS FROM THE POSTER

 

Tee Off at 12 noon

Entry Fee $20 per person includes 2s, accuracies

Food available to purchase before and after play

VISITORS MOST WELCOME

Please register by 11.30am on tournament day                                                 

For entries and enquiries please contact

Tony Lozell 021 543 618

tonylozell@xtra.co.nz                                                                                            

LADIES’ PENNANT

I omitted to mention last week that Lisa Cotton and Lindy Wheeler had their first outing of Championship Pennant at Manawatu playing the strong Palmerston North team. They lost their “off the stick” matches,, overwhelmed by players on +0.5 and 0.6 handicap indices. This Sunday the team plays a Rangitikei/Marton mixed team at Feilding. Good luck there, ladies.

On Monday the other pennant teams are playing at Marton. The Silver team, Pam Bisset, Deb Henricksen, Colleen Daysh and Lindy Wheeler play against Feilding while the District team, Pam Huddleston, Margaret Brislane, Margaret Drysdale and Tracy Crispin play Eketahuna. Good luck to all.

CARAVAN FEES – It has come to our notice that not all the caravaners who come and stay here are paying their fees. In fact, it seems a few of them are staying at the river and coming in (one lot at 5.30am) to use our shower facilities. They must pay $10 a night for each vehicle – they are not guaranteed use of our facilities unless they stay and pay. To get the $15 green fee, they must stay overnight. Don’t be afraid to challenge any caravan owners who are abusing our facilities. Check the sign in book if you are unsure. Take note of their POP number so we can chase them up.

PROGRAMME CHANGE FOR WAIRARAPA VETS – Wairarapa Vets day has been brought forward to Thursday 2nd April instead of 9th (the Thursday before Easter). The reserve day will be 9th. Please mark this is your programme book. Tee off is with the Thursday golfers, but at 12 noon, instead of 12.15pm.

LATEST CLUB RESULTS

Tuesday 11th  February – Ladies Opening Day – Foursomes

1st P Bisset & J Hewlett 62.5 nett

2nd D Power & T Cuttance 65.5 nett

3rd N Mabey & M Drysdale 68 nett

4th D Smith & M Lockwood 68.5 nett

 

Thursday 13th February – ATs Pot (Stableford)

1st N Squires 49 points – well done to Noel who shot his age today!

2nd N Pearson 43 points

3rd I Fraser 41 points

4th A Devonshire 39 points

5th D Campbell and J Delehanty 38 points

 

Thursday  13th February – Twilight (Stableford)

Ladies:

1st N Coppen 25 points

2nd D Smith 20 points

Men:

1st L McHardy 25 points

3rd= Jacob Smith, B Steele, L Harman and K Pierey 22 points

Team: Off Course – 64 points

Saturday 15th February – Stableford

1st N Pearson 42 points

2nd A Devonshire 38 points

3rd D Campbell 38 points from M Galvin and N Squires

Twos: T Kerins (12).

The jackpot was struck by TK – might have been able to buy himself a beer!

I will endeavour to have available the results of the Tararua Caravanners’ tournament next week.

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Posted: Sunday 22 March 2020