Although the FoodWorks Murrindindi Masters series has been completed, during the past week some Marysville golfers travelled to play at Euroa and Alexandra. The Euroa event was the Dalhousie Veterans 4BBB and 54 players attended the well organised event. The club congratulates Colin Davies (24) and Steve Coker (18) for winning the competition with 45 points. Whilst Colin and Steve were playing at Euroa nine ladies were playing in the Alexandra Ladies Bowl where 44 golfers from the Dalhousie District and further afield played a stableford round. The Bowl was won by Marysville ladies Miriam Page, Jenny Coleman and Jillian Chandler with 105 points just one point ahead of a team from Mansfield. Gail Leigh was a member of the minor teams and also won two nearest the pins. Jillian Chandler and Helen Howard received some Dalhousie Player of the Year points. The club congratulates all the winners and thank the Alexandra members for their hospitality. This week seven ladies will play in the Seymour Bowl.
Steve Coker (L) and Colin Davies (R)
From Left: Jenny Coleman, Miriam Page, and Jillian Chandler
Whilst it is always enjoyable to play on other courses it is also good to be back on the home course as was the case on Saturday. Both the ladies and men played a stroke round for the February monthly medal and the first round of the Summer Aggregate. The ladies winner was Heather Jenkins (20) with nett 71 followed by Margaret Blair (34) with nett 74. Duncan Talbot (11) won the men’s event with nett 68 followed by Mark Bambery (32) with nett 69. The nearest the pins were won by Robert Coleman, Keith Atwell, Jody Doran and Mark Bambery who also won the golden shot. The putting was won by Heather Jenkins and Gail Leigh with 24 putts. Next Saturday a stroke round will be played for the March monthly medal and the second round of the Summer Aggregate.
The Friday Night Fun nights are a great way for locals and visitors to gather at the club and play in some fun novelty events. This Friday the club will welcome the local Emergency Services personnel and the Lions club members. Participants can play 4 or 6 holes of golf at 4.00 pm. From 5.00 pm all golfers, non-golfers, locals and visitors can play in the novelty events and enjoy drinks, nibbles and a raffle on the decking. If the weather is inclement some indoor fun has been organised.
The golf clinics for women are being held on Fridays 17th and 31st March. For more details read the flyer in the local Triangle News, look on the Marysville Golf Club Facebook page or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Marysville will be hosting the Sandy Wilson Ladies Bowl on Thursday 16 March, the Dalhousie Veterans on the 4th April and the men’s Pennant Finals on Sunday 7th May.