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Golf Report | May 22

By Riverine Herald

Lockington

It’s been a happy week for Lockington golfers, with the resumption of competition golf.

Golfers enjoyed the outstanding condition of the course, thanks to all the hard work put in by the workers.

On Wednesday, a quality field of ladies enjoyed their first hit, a 9-hole stableford event.

Annette Brereton was best on course with her excellent score of 20 points.

Runners-up were Marg Eade and Pauline Humbert, both with 16, it was terrific to see Pauline back having a hit.

NTP: Annette Brereton.

Numbers were terrific for golf on Saturday and the weather was simply magnificent.

Jason Wakefield was best on course with a fine score of 39 points and won both the McColls Milk Player of the Day and B grade honours.

Trav Mancer was runner-up in B grade with a solid 35, ahead of captain Mark Lyons (34).

Brett Stone enjoyed his first hit back at Locky after injury with a solid 36 points to win A grade, in front of Kevin Humbert and Gary Milligan, both on 35.

Tom Scurrah won C grade with a good score of 37 points, just ahead of Don Muhleisen (36) and Bowden Stone (35).

NTPs: 3rd – Terry Thomas; 2nd shot 9th – Brett Stone (A), Ian Maddison (B); 2nd shot 18th for the 6/8 pack smack – Matt Baulch.

Neither the Echuca CIH eagles nest on the 3rd, nor Captain Bricka’s yardstick prize on the 16th was won.

Spike’s Longest Drive on the 14th, sponsored by Hot ‘n’ Cold Plumbing: A grade – Terry Thomas (good day for the birthday boy); B grade – Blake Humbert; C grade – Bowden Stone.