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Golf Report - 19 February 2023

Last Saturday golfers from Alexandra, Eildon, Marysville and Yea played in the final round of the 2023 Murrindindi Masters hosted by Alexandra golf club. Norm Reddrop initiated the Masters event 14 years ago and it was his dream to have 100 players playing in each round. At Alexandra on Saturday 96 golfers played and this was about the same number who had played in each of the previous three rounds. After the final round the golfers best 3 scores were totalled and the ladies and men’s winner of the major Masters trophy was announced. The club congratulates Marysville member Beverley Bellman for winning the 2023 ladies Masters title with a total of 111 points and Yea member Gary Pollard for winning the men’s title with 109 points. Other Marysville successes on Saturday were Heather Jenkins (20) the winner of A grade with 36 points, Jillian Chandler (28) winner of B grade with 37 points, Beverley Bellman (35) was the B grade runner up with 36 points on a countback from Lesley Rundle. Paul Martin (28) with the best score of the day won the Alexandra Mini Masters section with 42 points and Travers Stow (16) with 38 points was the B grade runner up. Gail Leigh won a nearest the pin on the 7th hole. The club congratulates all the Marysville winners. Throughout the series the volunteers at each club organised an excellent event and FoodWorks were thanked many times for their generous sponsorship. The first round of the 2023/4 Masters will be played at Marysville on the 18th November.

Next Saturday golfers will play a stroke round for the February monthly medal and the first round of the summer cup. On Thursday 8 ladies will play in the Alexandra ladies Bowl.

The Friday Night of Fun at the club is a popular gathering and the club thank Jody Doran and Mim Page for last Friday deputising for chief organiser Jim Bisset. All locals, visitors, golfers and non-golfers are welcome to attend for some unique fun and games with some very unusual clubs supplied. From 4.00pm the Bar will be open and a free 4-or 6-hole competition will take place. From 5.00pm there will be the usual unique putting competition and a Hole in One event with $130 prize money on offer. Complimentary nibbles will be available from 6.00pm with sunset sips and social chat on the decking. Tropical shirts may be worn. If the weather is inclement indoor activities are arranged.

Ladies who have always wanted to give golf a go or who would like to get back into playing are encouraged to attend the two free golf clinics being held at the club on Fridays 17th and 31st March. For more details read the flyer in the Triangle news or e mail

Special Offer- Please note that there is a 50% discount for midweek cart hire between 9.00am and 2.00pm for the remaining weeks of February. Full price green fees will apply.

Lesley Rundle

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