Ross Harrington continued on his winning ways when he paired up with Darren Hunter to win the Lithgow Golf Club's two ball aggregate.
It is noticeable that the lower markers are handling the heavy conditions much better than the higher handicapped golfers.
Harrington who plays off a handicap of eight is fresh from a golfing sojourn to Mollymook and finished with a personal score of 36 points.
Scratch marker Darren Hunter played his part in the win with a one over par 73 to give him 35 points and matched with Harrington gave them a combined score of 71 points.
One back on 70 points was the team of Harry Bender off one and Paul Stewart who plays off 15. Best scratch score went to club champion Andrew Burton who was a brandishing a new set of golf sticks and Travis Cameron with a stroke score of 159.
Vouchers went to those pairings with 65 points and better and they were:
- Carlos Garibotto and Rod Clarke
- Ryan Miller and Justin Nelson
- Rod Bright and John Bird
- Michael Stafford, Michael Hunter and Brad Gordon
- Gary and Mitchell Wallace
- Geoff Wheeler and Graham Dean
- Mitchell Luka and Ray Thompson
- Dean Stafford and Anthony Oldfield
- Greg Jackson and Sam Cameron
Nearest to the pins went to Brad Gordon, Rod Clarke, Craig McManus (24cms), Darren Hunter and Justin McCann.
Wednesday nine hole competition (18/9:
- Winner: Leo Murnane 21 ocb.
- Runner up: Anthony Boza.
- Third: Michael Bennett 20
- Fourth: Don Farnsworth 19 points ocb.
Vouchers went down to those with 17 points and better and they were Paul Stewart, Les Barnes, Rob George, Paul Bosman, Les Barnes, Brian Giblett, Craig Pugsley and Mark Willmott.
Nearest the pins were Ken Mitchell and Dave Muir.
Friday nine hole competition (18/9):
- Winner: Brian Judge 35 points.
- Runner up: Steve McCann 20 points
- Third: Geoff Houlison 20 points
Vouchers went down to those with 19 points and better and they were Paul Stewart, Mark Willmott, Trevor Cameron, Luke Sheppeard, Anthony Boza, and Jeff Geddes. Saturday's event will be the monthly medals.
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