Jim Carey lights up the golf course

LAST Saturday’s stroke event at the Singleton Golf Club was played on recently renovated greens; however some players seemed to see this as an advantage with strong scores being recorded in all grades.
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Jim Carey was the standout player on the day.

ON PAR: Golfers took on the greens at the Singleton Golf Club at the weekend.

He easily won B grade with a nett score of 64 as well as nearest the pin prizes on the sixth, seventh and ninth holes.

Bob Fry also had a great event.

His net 68 won the B grade runners up prize and also the weekly secret 9 competition.

A tight finish in A grade had captain Mark Newman using a countback to separate Brady Hay and Ben Harris.

Hay’s superior back nine was an advantage and he was given the nod.

Steve Moore moved straight to the top of C grade with his nett score of 67.

This was one of his best outings for a while and this die-hard golfer deserves all his success.

Singleton’s finest educator Mick Daley managed second place for his 69 nett.

Fry’s secret nine winning score was 33c/b.

All the other placegetters were also on that score.

They were Reese Brinkworth, Shane Porteus and Tony Fay.

This Saturday’s event is an individual par and with the greens improving by the day we should expect some sharp scoring.

The Lancaster Holden Scramble has been rescheduled for Sunday week, September 20.

There will be two shotgun starts; one at 8am and the other at 12.30pm.

All teams wishing to play mustre-enter for the competition through the touch screen or Pro Shop.

This year’s championships arefast approaching and the timesheetwill be taking entries from September 19.

Entries must be made only through the Pro Shop.

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