Another big field contested a par event at the Lithgow Golf Club with the best winning scores coming out of C grade.
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In recent weeks the C graders have struggled in the tough conditions that has seen the course playing at its longest.
Not so on Saturday with Jackson Bostock and Luke Oldfield battling it out with both golfers returning scores of +6.
After a countback it was Bostock that took the major voucher while Oldfield was runner up and he also returned the best scratch score with a 85.
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In A grade, Mitch Luka has been in consistent form of late and again showed his all round skills with a score of +3 to take out the voucher.
Luka edged out runner Paul Bosman on +2.
Bill Oldfield who has had a stranglehold on the best scratch score again blitzed the field with a four under par 68.
B grade went to Dave Muir on +2 with Carlos Garibotto runner up on +1.
Best scratch score was returned by Jeff Geddes with an 83.
Vouchers went to those with -2 and better and they were Dave Thompson, Ross Harrington, Brian Judge, Damien Marjoram, Don Farnsworth, Greg Guest, Darren Hunter, Max Nightingale, Rod Clarke, Chris Marjoram, Pat Wall, Michael Saville, Blake Goldspink, Peter Haley, Darrell Copeland, Mitch Wallace, Nathan Marshall, Gary Marshall, Jared Bott and Leo Murnane.
The winner of the Wednesday, June 17 nine hole competition was Rob George on 20 ocb. Runner up went to John Glendinning on 20 ocb and third was Tom Jennings on 19ocb.
Vouchers went down to those with 15 points and they were Bill Oldfield, Ben Oldfield, Steve Mays, Anthony Oldfield, Ken Durie, Mark Willmott, Trevor Cameron, Paul Bosman, Dave Muir, Les Barnes, Tony Potts and Kev Hughes.
The winner of the Friday, June 19 nine hole competition was Paul Stewart on 22 ocb. Runner up was Nick Bender on 22 ocb and third went to Bill Oldfield on 22.
Vouchers went down to 16 points and they went to Steve Jennings, Jeff Geddes, Harry Bender, John Bird, Trevor Cameron, Leo Murnane and Steve Lewicki.
The event on Saturday, June 27 will be the popular medals round.
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