Excellent golf fields continue at the Lithgow Golf Club with a big field contesting a stableford event.
Golfers can now play in groups of four making sure of social distancing and golf carts can still only be manned by one player per cart.
Lower marker Darren Hunter again showed what a class act he is when he returned the best stableford score of the day with 38 points which was good enough to win the A grade section .Runner up was the consistent Bill Oldfield one back on 37 points.
Oldfield also returned the best scratch score with a brilliant four under par 68.
In B grade, Brad Gordon finished with 36 points to count out Trevor Cameron for the major prize. Gordon also carded the best scratch score with a 83.
C grade went to Dick Mara on 36 points with Luke Oldfield runner up on 34 ocb.
Best scratch score was Ben McAndrew on 93.
Vouchers went out to those with 32 points and they were Brock Egan, Damien Marjoram, Gary Wallace, Rob Hawes, Greg Guest, Carlos Garibotto, Don Lovett, Pat Wall, Troy Luka, Blake Bender, Geoff Wheeler, Peter Thompson, Rob Ritchie, Mitchell Wallace, Andrew Burton, Gary Keen, Dave Titcume, Paul Bailey, Dave Warren and Max Nightingale.
The winner of the Wednesday, May 13 nine hole competition was Peter Haley on 25 points. Runner up on 24 points was Greg Jackson . In third was Owen Younger on 23 points. Fourth went to John Chadwick 22ocb.
Voucher winners were Don Farnsworth, Steve Mays, Chris Goodsell, Dave Muir, Kev Hughes, Brian Quick, Steve Jennings, Max McCann and Les Barnes.
The winner of the Friday, May 15 nine hole competition was Howie Fisher on 28 points ocb. Runner up was Brad Gordon on 28 points. Third went to Steve Lewicki on 26 points.
Vouchers went to Steve Mays, John Bird, Jeff Geddes, Brian Giblett and Billy Oldfield.
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