Lithgow golfers appreciated the drop in temperatures as they contested a two ball best ball with a single stableford held in conjunction.
They also are enjoying the extra run on the dry fairways with some great scores being returned.
The best stableford score of the day came from low marker Anthony Oldfield who has started 2020 in good form with Oldfield amassing a score of 42 points after shooting a two under par 70.
It was a good day for the Oldfield's with Anthony's brother Bill and Dave James combining for a half century of points to win the two ball with Gary Keen and Rob George runners up on 48 points on a countback.
The best scratch scores in each grade were:
A grade Bill Oldfield 69; B grade Don Wolfenden 79 and C grade Dave May 89.Nearest to the pin winners were Dave Muir, Greg Dykes, Nathan Harris, Ken Durie and Justin Nelson.
Those to play well and win vouchers were Tallan Egan, Brian Bourke, Ben Oldfield, Dave Thompson, Ian Downey, Dave Warren, Dave Muir, Al Mostyn, Richard Mara, Mitch Luka, Steve Hall, Rob Hawes, Kyle Egan, Geoff Wheeler, Johnathan Van Veen, Paul Cinat, Darren Hunter and Paul Bailey.
Vouchers cut out on 45 points.
Wednesday nine hole results (8/1):
Winner Steven Jennings 28 points; runner up Rob Ritchie 26 and third place Rob George 24 points ocb.
Vouchers went to Wayne Morris, Al Glendinning, Laurie Northey, Ross King, Rick Cohen, Michael Casey and Gary Marshall.
Vouchers cut out on 20 ocb.
Nearest to the pins were Steve Jennings and Rob George.
Friday nine hole results (11/1):
Winner was Jeff Geddes on 29 points. Voucher winners were Don Farnsworth and Rob George.
Vouchers cut out on 23 ocb.Nearest to the pin was Michael Casey.
The VW four person ambrose will be staged at the Lithgow Golf Club on Saturday, January 25 and those wishing to enter a team can contact starter Paul Steward for all the information needed.
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