It has been a good couple of weeks for the Wallace family at the Lithgow Golf Club with Gary and son Mitchell dominating the prizes with both picking up major prizes in Saturday's single stableford.
Last Saturday, August 1 it was Gary's turn to take the honours when he took out the A grade major voucher following on his son's C grade win the previous week.
In tough conditions due to the heavy rain during the week which left the course very soggy, Wallace finished with 37 points to count out runner up Rod Bright who also carded 37 points.
Best A grade scratch score went to Bill Oldfield with a 72.
In B grade, the winner was Don Farnsworth, also with a score of 37 points.
It was a big day for Farnsworth who also picked up $250 when his ball finished 39cms from the Pro Pin on the fourth.
Coincidentally after many months of the Pro pins not being won, a second Pro Pin was won on the day with Jason Murray also picking up $250 when his shot on the ninth finished 78cms from the cup.
Pro Pin prize money builds up each week until a golfer can hit a shot that finishes within a certain distance from the cup.
Runner up was Geoff Thompson who finished with 36 points and the best scratch score went to Jeff Geddes with a 84.
The best stableford score of the day came out of C grade with Thomas Stapleton finishing with 41 points.
Runner up was last week's winner Mitchell Wallace with a score of 39.
Best C grade scratch score was Paul Bailey with a 92.
Nearest to the pins were Dave Thompson, Don Farnsworth, Jason Murray, Brad Gordon and Peter Thompson.
Vouchers went to those with 33 points and better and they were Justin McCann, Frank Mantle, Brock Egan, Peter Hall, Tallan Egan, Don Lovett, Dave Thompson, Paul Bosman, Jared Bott, Michael Bennett, Hayden Cornwell, Kyle Egan, Scott Hunter, Ross Harrington and Brad Cornwell.
Next Saturday's, August 7 event will be a two ball best ball.
The winner of the Wednesday, July 29 nine hole competition was Luke Peachman 27 points from runner up Brian Giblett on 20 points.
Vouchers went to those with 19 points and better and they were Zac Flynn, Rob George, Juan Farmer and Anthony Potts. Nearest the pin went to Max McCann.
The winner of the Friday, July 31 nine hole competition was Mark Willmott on 21 points from runner up Don Farnsworth on 20 points.
Vouchers went to those with 17 points and better and they were Rod Bright, Greg Giblett and Brock Egan. Nearest to the pin was Mark Willmott.
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