Additional News from the Course

An overload of newsworthy items has occurred today.

Here is the LATE, FINAL, EXTRA news.

  1. The Ladies ‘Funday’ to be held on Tuesday 8th of December is a shotgun start. Meet at the club at 7 for a 7.15 hit off.
  2. Due to the closure of Allowrie St and the lack of easy access to the club the Ladies competition to be held on Tuesday 1st of December has been cancelled.
  3. The Monday Vets golf set down for next Monday will be a 4BBB stableford with an individual stableford in conjunction.
  4. Kiama Community Radio have interviewed Phil Hahn and Lance Fredericks about the humble beginnings and vision of our pioneers and its history as the first golf club to consider lady members as members and not just associates, the scenic beauty of our unique club and the birth of Footgolf. It is well worth listening to the broadcast. Click on the link below.

Click here to here the interview

News From the Course – 26 November

Upcoming Events.

  • Tuesday December 1 – Allowrie St will be closed and it will be difficult to get into the club. Parking will need to be in the Council carpark and you will need to walk around the back of the bowling club.
  • Thursday December 3 – Lady Veterans Turkey and Ham Day. Shotgun start 7.30 for an 8am hit off. The first tee will be closed from 7am.
  • Friday December 4 – new sponsor, Climax Air, will be holding a nine-hole Christmas function from about 12.30 midday. The first tee will be closed from 11am.
  • Tuesday December 8 – Ladies Christmas Fun Day. Another shotgun start. Meet at 7.15 for an 7.30 am start. The first tee will be closed from 6.30 am.
  • Saturday December 12 – Club Ham’s Day – 1 full ham for the overall winner and 1/2 ham for the winner of each grade and the ladies.
  • Monday December 21 – Veterans Christmas BBQ

Book Launch

Noted Jamberoo member and author, Dell Brand.

Why not come along to celebrate the book launch of Dell’s newest book?

Sunday December 13 from 4 pm at the club.

Wine and cheese will accompany the book launch with tea and scones available as well.

Members are invited to share this joyous literary occasion. In fact why not bring a friend.

Please RSVP the club at to assist us with catering.

POSITION VACANT – Apprentice Greenkeeper

Jamberoo Golf Club prides itself on being one of the best courses in the Illawarra, with staff to match. This is a supportive workplace that values hard work, talent and enthusiasm.

The golf course is 18 holes with bent grass greens, and is a par 67 for men, 71 for ladies. We also currently maintain 2 Bowling greens and 3 Croquet lawns. 

We are seeking an energetic, passionate and enthusiastic first year Apprentice Greenkeeper to join our team.

What will I be doing?

Reporting to the Head Greenkeeper, your primary purpose is to participate as an active and enthusiastic member of our team. You will assist with course set-up, use of machinery, renovations and utilise skills and knowledge as developed through formal and work place training. 

You must enter a State Government-approved Apprenticeship programme and consequently be prepared to complete studies in Certificate lll Greenkeeping/Horticulture. 

Key tasks include:

– Engage in a variety of work throughout the Golf Course, Bowling Greens and Croquet Lawns. 

– Participate in the maintenance, renovation and reconstruction of these playing surfaces.

– Attend TAFE classes as required and make every effort to maximise educational opportunities.

What does the club need from me?   

– Commitment to ongoing studies

– A genuine interest in greenkeeping

– Be reliable with a good work ethic

– Manual drivers license desirable

– An understanding of golf is advantageous but not essential

If this opportunity interests you, we want to hear from you!

Please email applications to by Fri 18th December 2020. 

10 Rules for good Golf Etiquette


Evaluate your pace of play honestly and often, and if you’re consistently the slowest one in your group, you’re a slow player, period. Encourage everyone to move quickly enough so you find yourself right behind the group in front several times, both early and late in the round.

Remember the old staples of getting around in good time: Play “ready golf” (hit when ready, even if you aren’t away) until you reach the green, be prepared to play when it’s your turn on the tee and green, and never search for a lost ball for more than three minutes.


Throwing clubs, sulking and barking profanity make everyone uneasy. We all have our moments of frustration, but the trick is to vent in an inoffensive way. For example, follow a bad hole by hitting the next tee shot a little harder — for better or worse.


Because time is our most valuable commodity, there are few good reasons for breaking a golf date. Deciding last-minute to clean the garage on Saturday, or getting a call that the auto-repair shop can move up your appointment by a day, just doesn’t cut it.


I have a tool for fixing ball plug marks, but a tee is fine. As for divots, replace them then use your sand bucket to smooth out the divot.

Rake bunkers like you mean it. Ever notice that the worse the bunker shot, the poorer the job a guy does raking the sand? Make the area nice and smooth — don’t leave deep furrows from the rake. Before you exit the bunker, ask yourself, would I be upset if I had to play from that spot?


Stand still from the time a player sets himself until the ball has left the club.

Even with the advent of spikeless shoes, the etiquette rule of never walking in someone’s line of play on the putting green is an absolute. The area around the hole in particular is sacred ground. The first thing to note when you walk onto a green is the location of every ball in your group, then steer clear of their lines to the hole.

Know where to stand and when to keep quiet. Position yourself directly across or at a diagonal from a player setting up. Never stand on the line of play, either beyond the hole or directly behind the ball. When a player is about to hit a shot, think of the fairway as a cathedral, the green a library.


Carts are very much a part of the modern game. The sheer pervasiveness of them makes cart etiquette vitally important.

Your goal when driving a cart should be to leave no trace you were there. Because we tend to look where we’re going and not where we’ve been, it’s easy to damage the turf and not realize it. Avoid wet areas and spots that are getting beaten up from traffic. Golfers tend to play “follow the leader” and drive in single file out to the fairway before branching off. It’s usually better to “scatter” — everyone take a different route — so cart traffic is spread out.

Keep well away from tees and greens.


From Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen to Ben Hogan and Sam Snead to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, the best players have been meticulous about their appearance. Their clothing has been sharp, and not one of them has shown up on the first tee with his cap backward, mud caked on his shoes, or his shirttail hanging out.

Your appearance speaks volumes about you as a person, and the neatly appointed golfer, like a businessman or someone headed to church, gives the impression he thinks the golf course and the people there are special.


Mobile phones should be turned off at all times on the course. Do whatever you have to do to keep it quiet. And if you absolutely have to make a call, move away from the other players. And keep the call so brief that they don’t even know you made it.


It’s easy to help out your fellow players, if you just pay attention. One obvious way is looking for lost balls — better yet, watching errant shots so they don’t turn into lost balls. Pick up that extra club left on the fringe or the head cover dropped next to the tee, and return it to its owner after saying, “Nice shot!” And if you see a cart out of position or a provisional ball that needs picking up, don’t just walk by.


There are a hundred bits of etiquette I haven’t mentioned, like laying the flagstick down carefully, tamping down spike and scuff marks when you’re walking off a green, letting faster groups play through, and so on. All of these things are learned by observing, with a sharp eye and a considerate heart.

Just know that golf has a way of returning favours, and every piece of etiquette you practice will be repaid tenfold.

The trees gain another victim on the course

Latest victim to one of our trees is Kevin O’Rourke who was snagged on the 18th on Wednesday.

Tough lie that.

2021 Mens Pennant Teams

Any member interested in representing the club in the Golf Illawarra Pennants should nominate on the form available in the golfshop.

The competition runs on Sundays from January 31 to the end of March. If you are available for the majority of these dates then please consider enrolling.

We have teams entered that would suit members of any standard.

The C Pennant is for golfers with handicaps of 12.5 or more. The C Pennant matches are played without the benefit of handicap.

The White Horse Cup is a handicap matchplay pennant where players play in handicap order from lowest marker to highest. Generally teams have a few low markers, and a mix of mid and higher handicaps. We have two teams entered. The maximum handicap is 24.4.

Shop Volunteers

If you think you would like to help out at the shop then we would be more than too pleased to recruit you.

The position is very rewarding allowing endless chances to meet other golf club members, other shop staff, our friendly office staff as well as assisting the club greatly.

Full training in the golf software and the cash register is provided. Even though the position is voluntary, an allowance to cover your daily out of pocket expenses of $50 per shift is paid to our volunteers. This amount is not subject to tax in any way. It is simply an allowance for reasonable daily expenses.

If you are interested, please contact either Peter Young (0418 767 824) or Chris Goodwin (0418 612 881).

Take care around the holes

The foam inserts in the holes have been replaced by a plate that looks like the bottom of a cup attached to the flagstick. It serves as a ball retriever. Putt into the hole, lift the flag and out comes the ball. You no longer have to bend over to pick up the ball. 

Unfortunately some members are not taking enough care as they lift the flag out of the hole. The new plate is the width of a hole and if you don’t lift it out or replace it without touching the lip then it is causing a slight furriness to the edge of the hole as it brushes the hole.

Please be very careful to avoid this problem.

Latest Results

Friday 20th November 2020 – Kingsford Nine

Winner:  Neil Lewis  23 pts   2nd: Don Thompson  22 pts

Saturday  21st November 2020 – Men’s Stableford

Winner:  Lex Hodgson  41 pts  2nd: John Ellsmore  40 pts (c/b) 3rd:  Tom Brennan  40 pts    4th:   Mark Asquith  38 pts (c/b)    5th: Craig Rodgers  38 pts (c/b)    6th:  Jake Willoughby  38 pts 7th: Greg Rodgers  37 pts (c/b)   8th: Don Thompson  37 pts (c/b)

Ladies Stableford Winner:   Liz Armstrong  38 pts   Runner Up:   Lisa Bell  35 pts (c/b)

Monday, 23rd November 2020 – Veterans Stableford

Winner A Grade: Don Thompson 42 Pts 2nd: taloI Baraldi 37 Pts 3rd: Ron Chilby 35 Pts

Winner B Grade: Chris Costello 43 Pts 2nd: Jim Robb 40 Pts 3rd: Gail Rutledge 37 Pts

Tuesday 24th November 2020 – Ladies Smartball

Winners:   Sue Paul & Pam Middlebrook  72.75  Runners Up:   Pat Knight & Kay Brennan  74   3rd:   Barbara Costello & Shirley Dixon  74.25

Wednesday 25th November 2020 Men’s Stableford – 2B Multiplier in Conjunction

Stableford Results

Winner:   David Garcia  40 pts   2nd:   Garry Harman  39 pts (c/b)   3rd:   Bruce Byers  39 pts (c/b)  4th:  Jeff Draper  39 pts   5th:   Arthur Bosanquet  38 pts (c/b)  6th:  Gus O’Brien (KGC)  38 pts   7th:  Luke Oborn  37  pts (c/b)

2B Stableford Multiplier Results

Winners:   William Perry & David Garcia  80 pts   2nd:   Murray Bezzant & Brian Carr  74 pts   3rd:  Mal Garratt & Ron Hewson  72 pts

Happenings at the Club

Join Us

You are invited to the Club on Sunday 13th of December from 4pm for wine and cheese as well as a BOOK LAUNCH with Dell Brand, local noted author of both children’s and adult books and member of Jamberoo Golf Club.

A fun afternoon of social and literary interaction will be enjoyed as we celebrate the premiere of Dell’s new book while savouring a delicate wedge of cheese, a glass of wine or a Devonshire tea.

Jamberoo Golf Club is a Covid safe facility and all Covid safety precautions apply.

Please RSVP by 8th December to assist us with catering.

We look forward to sharing this fun afternoon with you.

Shop Volunteers Needed

Have you considered helping the club by becoming a shop volunteer.

Jamberoo Golf Club is keen to talk with any member who may be interested in volunteering to work in our golf shop.

The position is very rewarding giving you the opportunity to interact with golf club members, shop staff, our friendly office staff and in our dealings with the public.

Full training in the golf software and the cash register will be provided.

Even though the position is voluntary, an allowance to cover your daily expenses of $50 per shift is paid to our volunteers. This amount is not subject to tax in any way. It is simply an allowance for reasonable daily expenses.

If you are interested, please contact either Peter Young (0418 767 824) or Chris Goodwin (0418 612 881).

Chris Goodwin
Vice Pres. JGC

Restricted Access to Club Next Tuesday

Both Allowrie St entrances will be closed next Tuesday due to Endeavour Energy removing a dangerous tree near these entrances. The closure will be from 8am to 4pm.

Do not park in the carpark before this time as you will not have any egress until after 4 pm.

The Ladies Competition will still be held.

Members and visitors playing on Tuesday are advised to park in the Council carpark (or the bowling club carpark for Club Jamberoo members), access to the course will be by walking only.

Allowrie St will be closed for all vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Access to the course will be from in front of the Bowling Club.

News from the Course – 23 November

Christmas Ham’s Days.

Several special Christmas days are coming up in the next few weeks.

  • Thursday December 3 – Lady Veterans Turkey and Ham Day
  • Tuesday December 8 – Ladies Christmas Fun Day
  • Saturday December 12 – Club Ham’s Day – 1 full ham for the overall winner and 1/2 ham for the winner of each grade and the ladies.
  • Monday December 21 – Veterans Christmas BBQ

All these events are only open to members of Jamberoo Golf Club.

Fourball Matchplay reaches semi-final stage

The 2020 men’s Fourball Matchplay Championships has progressed to the semi-final stage after very close results in the quarter finals.

In the first match Shane Townsend and Tim Young overcame the gallant Pete Francis/ Jake Henderson team winning on the 17th green.

In the second match The two Ronnies (Chilby and Hewson) were too strong for defending champions Chris Leckey and Bob Wright winning on the 16th.

Kane Rowe and Daniel Hamilton played a high quality and very close match against Tim Condon and Bill Hudson winning on the 17th green.

In the final match young guns Dave Ferguson and Ryan Dorahy overcome the experienced ( ie very old) team of Col Booth and Dave Ransom on the first playoff hole. This was a good win as they trailed by 2 holes with 3 to play but superior fitness and some excellent golf got them to all square on the 18th and an easy win in the playoff.

The semi-final match ups are Shane and Tim v the two Ronnies and Kane and Daniel v Dave and Ryan.

Both matches look to be very good contests and a victory will be well earned one should imagine.

In late breaking news – Shane and Tim have overcome Ron and Ron to advance to the final.

Steve takes a dive

Steve Oppert in his youth was apparently a talented diver often taking leaps from the high tower at the local pool. Last Saturday, clearly shocked by Chris Goodwin’s tee shot next to the flag on the 15th, Steve dived from the 15th tee ending back first in the garden!

The judges were impressed with his reverse, two and a half twists in the pike position dive and awarded him good scores in between fits of laughter and concern. His entry was a bit of a back flop reducing his scores to a 5.

Steve righted himself gracefully from his predicament to calmly play his tee shot short of the green under a tree.

Steve Oppert

In all seriousness members should be careful near the edge of the tee near the sand box. Loose sand caused the fall and Steve was lucky not to do himself an injury.

Rules update and new local rule

  • On the 8th hole, near the bridge, a branch of a tree has partially fallen off. Be careful in this area.
    • As the branch is still connected according to the rules you don’t get any free relief.
    • I think it is fair and for safety’s sake that we put a local rule in place here and give free relief if your stance or intended path of swing is affected by the branch. This local rule will apply until the green staff can remove the branch.
  • I have had a few enquiries lately about golf balls finishing on the penalty area markers.

Penalty areas (new Rule 17)

A penalty area is any body of water on the course, including a sea, lake, pond, river, ditch, surface drainage ditch or other open watercourse (even if not containing water).

Types of penalty areas: red and yellow (painted lines, stakes, plastic/concrete discs)

Stakes or discs: the edge of the penalty areas is defined by the line between the outside points (i.e., the fairway side) of the stakes or discs at ground level, and the stakes or discs are inside the penalty area.

Lines: the edge of the penalty areas is the outside edge of the line (i.e., the fairway side), and the line itself is in the penalty areas.

The edge of a penalty areas extends both up above the ground and down below the ground:

A ball is in a penalty area when any part of the ball:

  • lies on, or touches the ground or anything else (such as a penalty area marker or any natural or artificial object) inside the edge of the penalty area, or
  • is above the edge or any other part of the penalty area.

If a player’s ball is not found and it is known or virtually certain (95%) that the ball is in a penalty area:

  • The player may use another ball and take penalty relief.
  • Once another ball is in play the original ball must not be played, even if it is found on the course (i.e., not in the penalty area) before the end of the three-minute search time.

But if it is NOT known or virtually certain (95%) that the ball came to rest in a penalty area and the ball cannot be found, the player must replay the shot from the original position (i.e., stroke-and-distance relief).

What to do if ball is in a penalty area

(This includes when it is known or virtually certain [95%] that the ball, even though it is not found is in the penalty area.)

RED and YELLOW penalty areas:

1. Replay the shot from where the previous stroke was made using the original ball or another ball with a one shot PENALTY.

2. Play the ball as it lies in the penalty area (even if it is embedded or in water) with NO PENALTY.

  • The club can touch the ground, and can you can take practice swings in the penalty area.
  • Loose impediments can be removed, but if the ball moves there is a 1 stroke penalty.

3. Take relief from the penalty area with a 1 stroke penalty:

  1. Estimate where the ball entered the penalty area, and mark that spot (e.g., with a tee).
  2. Choose a reference line that extends from the pin through the spot where the ball entered the penalty area.
  3. Drop the ball anywhere on that reference line (as far back as wanted), but no nearer the hole, and not in the same penalty area.

RED penalty areas (with a 1 stroke penalty):

Lateral relief: in red penalty areas a player can also take lateral relief.

  1. Estimate where the ball entered the penalty area, and mark that spot (e.g., with a tee).
  2. Drop the ball within two club-lengths of the spot where the ball crossed the line, no nearer the hole, and not in the same penalty area.

Specific situations where ball comes to rest in a red or yellow penalty area

On a penalty area marker (concrete disc)

As the marker is entirely within the penalty area there is no free relief—either:

  • play the ball as it lies, with NO PENALTY, or
  • take relief from the penalty area (as described above)with a 1 stroke penalty.

On a bridge crossing a penalty area

Check if the ball is actually within the penalty area, as some part(s) of the bridge may not be in the penalty area.

If the ball is on a bridge AND within the penalty area, there is no free relief—either:

  • play the ball as it lies, with NO PENALTY, or
  • take relief from the penalty area (as described above)with a 1 stroke penalty.

Adjacent to a stake marking a penalty area

When a stake(s) marking a penalty area is a movable obstruction (i.e., it ‘can be moved with reasonable effort without damaging the stake or the course’) AND the stake interferes with playing a stroke, the stake(s) may be removed with NO PENALTY. Replace the stake after playing the shot.

However, if the ball moves while removing the stake(s) there is a 1 stroke penalty.

News from the Course – 19 November

2021 – 40th Anniversary of Jamberoo Golf Club

Next year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Incorporation of Jamberoo Golf Club. We are planning to celebrate this milestone by holding several special events and making 4oth Anniversary commemorative souvenirs, keepsakes and club shirts and caps available.

Here are some excerpts from the club history that show the commitment and dedication of our original members.

Work commenced on the course on April 23, 1980 in clearing the land, ripping out old fenceposts and wire and slashing the paddock grass down to a playable height.

On April 27, 1980, Mr. J. M. Robinson, President of Port Kembla Golf Club and Captain Bernie Brodie, together with Arthur Saunders of Kiama Golf Club came to Jamberoo to help the local committee plan, design and measure the proposed golf course. The first area cleared was to include three holes south of Hyam’s Creek but the area in use did not include the present 5th hole, 6th tee, 8th green, 10th tee and 9th hole as this area was the ‘Equestrian Area’ and not included in the original lease.

On June 28, 1980 these three sand greens were laid with a working group of volunteers, many of whom played the course later that afternoon.

On Saturday, September 6, 1980, 31 starters hit off in the first competition held at our course, It was a Stableford competition.

February 1981 saw a Special General Meeting to adopt the proposed constitution. May saw the first meeting of Incorporated Golf Club with the executive being Pres. Ron Freeman, V. Pres Eric Gardner, Sec. Geoff Boxsell, Capt. Alan Crapp, Vice Capt. Richard Taylor and Treasurer John East.

Ben Churchill scored the Club’s first ‘Hole in One’ and Dave Papesch scored the club’s first ‘Eagle’.

August was the First Annual General Meeting.

The new constitution now accepted by Golf NSW saw Jamberoo Golf Club became the first Golf Club that did not refer to men as ‘members’ and ladies as ‘associates’. Both sexes were “Members”.

At the first AGM in August Elsie Churchill took over the position as vice president, Trish Orgill took over the position as vice-captain and Betty Chittick was appointed to the Board. Problems were encountered with horses on the equestrian area eating newly planted golf course trees.

A team was entered in the White Horse Cup men’s competition for the first time. Membership numbers in December were 128 men 78 ladies and 21 juniors (227 total). A mowing roster of 30 to 40 members was drawn up, plus a roster to service the ‘starters shed’.

Bird life aplenty on the Course

Not only is our course a picturesque and beautiful place to enjoy our favourite sport, it is also the home of many species of birds and other fauna. Another unique thing about Jamberoo Golf Club.

Currently King Parrots are paying a visit, and this week I have personally saw several Eastern Water Dragons, a 1 metre eel, parrots, Corellas and several species of Water Fowl. The Magpies seem to have stopped their annual exhibition of aggression instead asking golfers for a little feed. The Bower Birds have lined their nests with blue things to really impress the lady Bower Birds.

Some keen ornithological-minded members have noted over 40 different species of bird life on the course.

At Jamberoo you can enjoy a lot more than a round of golf!

The spectre of slow play raises its ugly head

I have recently had a few comments from members regarding slow play. Everybody is expected to follow the Ready Golf Principles.

Member Bob Anderson has recently received a communication from his nephew in America. This information is a paragon of the etiquette of golf.

My wife Ellen comes from Kansas City Missouri, the birthplace and still the home of the great Tom Watson.

On Sunday our nephew Phil and wife Cynthia put a photo on Facebook with the heading “Golf at the weekend with Tom Watson”.

I wanted to know more so contacted Cynthia for more details. She has reported back to me that they were visiting Waco Texas and played golf at Bear Ridge Golf Club, a golf course open to the public designed by Peter Jacobson (and Tom Hardy). He just happened to be on the course we were playing. I only played the front nine and we caught his group on the back nine and he and his group were kind enough to let us through so we really only played one hole with him. He was very nice though and his wife took a picture of us. Tom told us he is good friends with Peter Jacobson who designed the course so he wanted to play it while he was in town. He was such a nice guy. Meeting him was a great experience. Phil had to tee-off on the next hole with him watching!

The Moral of the Story: In terms of Golf Etiquette (slow play and holding people up on the course), not even Tom Watson (winner of 8 major championships – 5 British Opens, 2 Masters and 1 US Open) is bigger than the game itself!

Aren’t we all so lucky we can play the game but perhaps there is a lesson here for some of our own members.

Thanks Bob for sharing the story.

Mens Pennant team Nominations

The nomination form can now be found in the golf-shop. If you are interested in representing the club then please fill in the form.

Upcoming Events and Latest Results

Thursday December 3 – Lady Veterans Ham & Turkey Day. This is a closed event. Only Jamberoo Members can win the prizes. A shotgun start – meet at the club at 7.30 for 1n 8 am hit off. The Lady Vets will celebrate Christmas after the game.

Tuesday December 8 – Ladies Christmas Fun Day

Saturday December 12 – Hams Day – A closed event where only Jamberoo Members can win the hams.

Monday December 21 – Veterans Christmas BBQ

Latest Results

Wednesday 18th November 2020 – Men’s Stableford

Winner:   Chris Goodwin  40  pts (c/b)    2nd:    George Goor  40 pts   3rd:    Rob Kairl  39 pts (c/b)   4th:   Brian Bennett  39 pts (c/b)    5th:     Bernie McGlinchey  39 pts     6th:    Geoff Wilson  38 pts (c/b)

Tuesday 17th November 2020Ladies Stableford – Hams Day

Div 1 Winner:   Marie Farrant  35 pts (c/b)  Runner Up:  Judi O’Brien  35 pts (c/b)

Div 2 Winner:   Marie Smith  40 pts   Runner Up:   Robyn Gregson  36 pts

Div 3 Winner:   Lorraine Cram  36 pts   Runner Up:   Wendy Unsworth  35 pts

Monday, 16th November 2020Veteran’s Stableford

A Grade winner Bob Neilson 44 Pts 2nd Ron Hewson 41 Pts 3rd Pam Middlebrook 40 Pts 4th Mal Smith 39 Pts

B Grade winner Russell Reeve 44 Pts 2nd Neville Cox 42 Pts 3rd Donald Ellem 40 Pts 4th Allan Miners 39 Pts

Saturday 14th November 2020Men’s Stableford – 4BBB in Conjunction

Winner:    Paul O’Leary  43 pts    2nd:   Keith Hales  39 pts   3rd:    Phil Hughes  38 pts (c/b)   4th:  Dylan McDonald  38 pts (c/b)    5th:    Pete Wheatley  38 pts     6th:   Shaun Lyall (The Ridge)  37 pts (c/b)   7th:   Lex Hodgson  37 pts (c/b)

4BBB Winners:   Paul O’Leary & Tony Rodriguez  48 pts

Ladies Stableford Winner:    Lorraine Cram  35 pts   2nd:   Katie Dorahy  34 pts

Friday 13th November 2020Kingsford Nine

Winner: Greg Clough  18 pts