It was a memorable win for young Mitchell Wallace when he took out the C grade section and medal during the Lithgow Golf Club's July Monthly Medals competition.
Wallace was the only golfer among a big field to register a handicap nett score in the sixties when he carded a 67 nett.
Although he won a couple of weeks back this win was more significant due to the fact that it was the first time he had cracked 100 and judging by his progress there are many good scores to come.
Runner up to Wallace in C grade was Joanne Cornwell on 70 nett and it was great to see her being a part of the Saturday competition in recent weeks.
Best scratch score went to Dave Muir with a 89.
It took a countback to separate the placings in A grade and it was Paul Bosman who counted out Troy Luka for the major prize with both fighting out for the medal next month after both shot 70 netts.
Best scratch score went to club champion Andrew Burton with a 74 on a countback.
In B grade, the major voucher went to Brandon Lloyd on 70 nett with Greg Giblett runner up on 72 nett.
Lloyd also secured the B grade medal.
Vouchers went down to those with 74 nett on a countback and better and they were John Griffiths, Tom Jennings, Michael Hunter, Anthony Boza, Dave Thompson, Frank Mantle, John Bird, Luke Oldfield, Jeff Geddes, Max McCann, Brock Egan, Justin McCann, Pat Wall, Thomas Stapleton and Hayden Cornwell.
Nearest to the pins were Rod Clarke, Andrew Burton, John Griffiths, Brian Judge and Scott Hunter.
Next Saturday's, August 1 event will be a single stableford.
The winner of the Wednesday, July 22 nine hole competition was Max McCann on 23 points from runner up Jeff Geddes on 21 points and in third place was Tom Jennings on 19 points.
Vouchers went to those with 18 points ocb and they were Craig Pugsley, Rick Cohen, Richard Mara, Brian Quick and Mark Bennett.
Nearest to the pins were Craig Pugsley and Kev Hughes.
The winner of the Friday, July 24 nine hole competition was Dave Duroux 27 points. Runner up Al Glendinning 27 points and third was Heath Egan on 26 points.
Vouchers went to those with 22 points ocb and they were Brian Bourke, Brock Egan, Don Farnsworth, Dave Thompson and Rob George.
Nearest to the pin was Rod Bright.
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