Jamberoo Veterans Christmas Hams Day

Ray Orr - Vets Champion 2016
Jamberoo Veterans Champion, Ray Orr

All vets members are reminded that Monday 18th December is hams day for the JGC Veterans. It is a shotgun start with a free BBQ at the end and everyone is guaranteed to be a winner. Remember, you must be a financial member to qualify for the prizes, so put your name down now!

There will be a special presentation for the inaugural Barry Walker Shield.

Chris Goodwin

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DASHING DOWN THE FAIRWAYS. Merry Xmas

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Pat,Michelle,Gail, Rhonda and Jill certainly entertained us. All these girls are new members. We look forward to more appearances next year. XMAS IN JULY?

Ladies Xmas party had some wonderful reindeers join us this year. Some cheer (drinks) on the 11th and a fun 3 person Ambrose played over 15 holes made for a great day.

Anyone near the golfers Lounge would attest to the good times as the ladies celebrated Xmas.

Presentation was made to some ladies who could not attend Presentation Sunday.

News From the Course 9th December

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Hams Day

A great day to be on the course today with the added incentive for the men of playing for a ham.

This follows the Ladies Hams Day late last month and the Lady Veterans last Thursday.

The hams are being delivered to the Golf Club at 8 am on Tuesday 12th of December. As there are no cold storage facilities at the club you need to arrange their pickup at this time.

Here is a list of this year’s lucky winners

Saturday Hams Day Comp

Full Hams 

Men ‘A’ Grade   Tony Rodriguez

Men ‘B’ Grade   Hans Kaer

Men ‘C’ Grade   Brian Aboozaid

Men ‘D’ Grade   Charlie Struck

Half Hams 

Men ‘A’ Grade   Peter Munro

Men ‘B’ Grade   Andrew Attard

Men ‘C’ Grade   Bob Small

Men ‘D’ Grade   Jeff O’Brien

Tuesday Ladies Hams Day Comp

Half Hams

Div1   Jenelle Anderson

Div 2   Lorraine Cram

Div 3  Alma Schlodder

Div 1   Marilyn Wright

Div 2   Judy Casey

Div 3   Marie Smith

Lady Vet’s Hams Day

Half Hams 

Div 1  Shirley Dixon

Div 2  Jenelle Anderson

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Cows invade Course

A report has reached me that last Wednesday evening some cows invaded the course from along the Minamurra River stampeding across the 12th and 13th greens. Luckily greens-man Warren Duncan was nearby and herded them from the course averting more serious damage.

Suspiciously a cowpat was found nearby!

Nearest The Pins and Super Shot

Each competition day members have a chance to win nearest the pin prizes of 2 balls and drive and pitch prizes in their grade. Your competition entry fee pays for these.

However to enter the Super Shot you must pay an additional $2 charge.

If you have not entered and signed the entry sheet in the golf shop before you commence your round you are ineligible to win the prize.

Don’t put your name down on the card near the green unless you have entered.

Pay your money and give yourself a chance. Often the prize is around the $100 mark so it is well worth winning.

2018 Men’s Pennant Teams Announced

The following members have been selected to represent Jamberoo Golf Club in the 2018 Mens Pennants.

B Pennant (handicaps greater than 5.5)

Tony Panecasio (captain)

Scott Hainsworth

John Paul

Pete Munro

Ray Orr

Pat Paris

C Pennant (handicaps greater than 12.5)

Chris Leckey  (captain)

Andrew Ball

Tom Zimmermann

Wayne Griffiths

Boyd Sylvester

Tim Young

White Horse Cup Division 1 (handicap matchplay)      

‘Cowpats’

Col Booth (captain)

Chris Goodwin

Peter Francis

Arthur Bosanquet

Shane Townsend

Dave Ransom

Matt Tedeschi

White Horse Cup Division 3 (handicap matchplay)

‘Flies’

Larry Kent (captain)

Bryan Nicoll

Peter Young

Don Thompson

Geoff Wilson

Ken Bradley

Phil Gosling

Congratulations on your selection and represent the club with pride.

Latest Results

A great week to play golf with all our comps well supported. Well played to all this week’s winners.

Saturday 9th December 2017 – Stableford – Hams Day

A Grade Winner  Tony Rodriguez40 pts (c/b) (Full Ham)  2nd  Peter Munro 40 pts (Half Ham)

B Grade Winner  Hans Kaer 41 pts (Full Ham)  2nd  Andrew Attard 38 pts(Half Ham)

C Grade Winner  Brian Aboozaid 40 pts (Full Ham)  2nd  Bob Small 38 pts (c/b) (Half Ham)

D Grade Winner  Charlie Struck 35 pts (c/b) (Full Ham)  2nd  Jeff  O’Brien 35 pts (Half Ham)

Ladies  Stableford  Winner  Dell Brand 33 pts

Thursday, 7th December 2017 – Lady Veterans – Ham Day – Stableford

Div 1 Winner Shirley Dixon 37 Pts (Ham) 2nd Jenelle Anderson 34 Pts (Ham) 3rd Lyn Kuskey 33 Pts (c/b)

Div 2 Winner Suzanne Lang 33 Pts (c/b) 2nd Marie Smith 33 Pts

Men’s Veterans

Winner Eddie Cram 38 Pts 2nd H Bell 35 Pts (PK)

Wednesday 6th December 2017 – Drummond Golf Stableford

A Grade Winner:  Peter Munro 38 pts

B Grade Winner:   Wayne Griffiths 44 pts

C Grade Winner:  Larry Kent 42 pts

D Grade Winner:   Colin Cuthbertson 35 pts

Drummond Golf Voucher Winner   Wayne Griffiths 44 pts

Tuesday 5th December 2017 – Ladies Stroke Golf Mart Monthly Medal

Stroke Results

Div 1 Winner    Judi O’Brien 67 nett  2nd    Lorraine Cram 78 nett

Monthly Medal Results

Div 1 Medal Winner    Judi O’Brien 67 Nett

Div 1 Gross Winner      Judi O’Brien 85 Scratch

Div 1 Putting Winner   Margaret Cook 29 Putts

Div 2 Medal Winner     Rose Sheath 80 Nett

Div 2 Gross Winner      Rose Sheath 113 Scratch

Div 2 Putting Winner   Rose Sheath 34 Putts

Div 3 Medal Winner       Lorraine Cram 78Nett

Div 3 Gross Winner        Lorraine Cram 115 Scratch

Div 3 Putting Winner     Lorraine Cram 34 Putts

Golf Mart Voucher: Judi O’Brien

Monday, 4th December 2017 – Veterans – Stableford

A Grade Winner Eddie Cram 37 Pts 2nd John Pringle

B Grade Winner Geoff Evans 38 Pts (c/b) 2nd William Little 38 Pts (c/b)

 

Presentation Afternoon

A glorious afternoon with the sky filled with fluffy clouds and a gently cooling light breeze from the south greeted the 2017 Jamberoo Golf Club Presentation. The serene background of our beautiful course at dusk was a perfect setting for the 50 members who had gathered to celebrate the achievements of their fellows and rejoice in the camaraderie of their joint love for our club. Also there was free beer and wine and hams to be won.

It is also a day to thank our major sponsors, Kris Morrison from Drummond Golf Shellharbour and Vivienne Marris from Elders Real Estate Jamberoo for their support of our club.

The proceedings started with the 3rd annual chipping contest held near the 4th green.

I can honestly say that the standard of play was truly inspirational and a vast improvement from previous year’s contests. The Lady golfers in particular all showed some skill with the wedge!

Last year’s winner Viv Marris has clearly been taking lessons but she was outshone today by Judy O’Brien who hit her shot to 76 cm just pipping Ken Bradley who was 78 cm from the pin.

All money raised will be allocated to the Ladies and Mens Pennant teams for 2018.

The gallery in rapt attention silently watching another great chip shot.

 

Sue Paul receives her Lady Veteran Golfers nett award from Lorraine Cram.

 

Marie Farrant receives her Ladies Club Champion trophy from Vivienne Marris

More photos will follow in later posts.

After the meal was served and refreshments partaken it was down to the main reason for the day, the presentation of the major club awards and perpetual trophies where members are recognised for their grand performances throughout the year.

Major Award Winners

Ladies A Grade Champion                  Marie Farrant

Ladies B Grade Champion                  Shirley Walsh

Ladies C Grade Champion                  Sue Paul

A Grade Champion                               Steve Rippon

B Grade Champion                                Gary Harvey

C Grade Champion                                Gary Eagleton

D Grade Champion                                Vince Byrnes

Mens Veterans                                        Ray Orr

Ladies Veterans Trophy                        Jenelle Anderson

Ladies Veterans Nett                              Sue Paul

Mens Foursomes Champions               Tony Panecasio & Scott Hainsworth

Mixed Foursomes Champions              Elizabeth Armstrong & Arthur Bosanquet

Single Matchplay                                     Ken Bradley

Fourball Matchplay                                 Arthur Bosanquet & Wayne Arnott

Ladies Fourball Matchplay                    Robyn Gregson & Cheryl Legge

Runners up                                                Jenelle Anderson & Shirley Dixon

Pat Norman Memorial Trophy              Marie Farrant

The Elders Trophy                                    Lieve Stassen & Cheryl Legge

Jamberoo Open Nett winner                  Ray Orr

Jamberoo Ladies Open Nett winner     Lieve Stassen

Best Gross Round in 2017                       Steve Rippon 62

Ladies Golf NSW Medals                        Jenelle Anderson & Cheryl Legge

Eclectic – Elsie Churchill Tray                Jenelle Anderson

Nat Fischer Gobbler Trophy                   Margaret Cook

Most Improved Player                              Lisa Bell

A Grade Gold Medalist                             Peter Munro

B Grade Gold Medalist                             Chris Goodwin

C Grade Gold Medalist                             Mick Burton

D Grade Gold Medalist                             John Corr

Ladies Gold Medalist                                Shirley Walsh

 

Many thought it a pleasure to see Shirley Walsh claim her gold medal and to hear her story concerning the losing and re-finding of that medal. Apparently they wash pretty well.

All trophy winners had their story to tell and all are to be congratulated.

Each year I am amazed and very pleased to witness the Jamberoo spirit where people help out without being asked not expecting any praise. This is especially true of the lady members who prepared the meal, and help set out the tables and washed up afterwards. These things don’t just happen on their own and I sincerely thank you all for your dedication to the club.

The Afternoon concluded with President Phil Hahn thanking the many volunteers and the organising committee as well as giving his personal congratulations to this year’s major award winners.

It was indeed a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.