Kempsey Veteran’s Golf Club Report for April 5 | The Macleay Argus

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For a welcome change, a beautiful fine day awaited a group of 34 members from Kempsey Veterans Golf Club to return to action on Tuesday after missing their weekly outing the previous week. Being the first Tuesday of the week, the usual monthly medal shot event was supposed to be on the agenda, but with the course in all but the best order, officials decided to postpone the April event. Of the 34 who played the 14-hole Stableford, there were virtually only a handful – six in total – who mastered the harsh conditions. The best of the sextet was Paul Dykes, the lesser C-grade lightweight, and his 34-point round was a six for the sake of that writer and Paul’s ability to avoid mud and slush on most fairways and beyond. beyond was simply masterful. Also read: It was a masterful job of accredited greenkeeper Graeme Croad and his young volunteer apprentice Brett Hutley to even produce a course to play on. Believe me ! Mal Blanch, with 30 points, got there by a single point to top the Grade A squad and the in-form veteran relegated Graeme Dyet to runners-up. But Graeme showed his true form with the closest double. In Grade B, Steve Cameron, a regular at Lake Cathie in the south, averaged two points per hole to get there by the only point of Brian Stringer and Robert Johnston. Graham Schasser (28) and Rod Maher and Graheme Martin, both 27, also took part in the ball competition. At the Alan Macdonald Memorial, $100 Third hole in a Level C, Leo Wright joined Dyet and it was Bruce Morris, student B. to join on the eighth hole. The chip-ins were performed by Chris Hudson, Dyet, Schasser and Stringer. Officials have scheduled April’s monthly 14-hole medal shot & putting event to take place next Tuesday, April 12. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:


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