Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Fairway to Win

Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Fairway to Win

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Maryborough Golf Club

GEOFF May carded the best individual score on Saturday ait wasn't enough to see him finish on top of the leader board though.

May had an impressive 44 points in the 4Ball Multiple Stableford event but that counted for nothing overall.

Richard Franklin and Clive Morgan teamed-up to win with 87 points.

Tony Van Lathum and visitor Matthew Lehr (80) finished second with Rick Waldock and Mark Donaldson (76) third.

The ladies played a 4Ball Aggregate with Jill Milburn and Betty Wentzel winning with 74 points from Dawn Lewis and Judy Neilson (73).

On Sunday, the club Foursomes Championships were contested over 36 holes

Tony Van Lathum and Tim Ashford (155) won A-Grade, Ian Harth and Bob Paxton (168) were victorious in B-Grade while Col Zemek and Liam Waldock (179) triumphed in C-Grade.

The Cavalier Homes Australia Maryborough Golf Club Pro-am has attracted some very impressive professionals.

Leading the way is James McLean, a former US Tour player.

Well known professionals Terry Price, Tony Carolyn, Marcus Cain and Ryan Haller will also be in the swing.

Positions are still available to play in the event which will be held on August 5 and 6.

Due to tomorrow's Sponsors Day and next week's Pro-am, the Friday Club Single Stableford competition will be played today.

Two events are scheduled for Sunday with a single stableford and a 4 man Ambrose being played.

Members and visitors are invited to be part of the Ambrose with the main idea being that members bring a friend and introduce them to golf.

Finally, I would like to congratulate our local junior players who travelled to Townsville last week to compete in the Queensland Schools State Golf Championships.

Tarack Chappell, Harry Law and Mikeely Waldock were part of the under-12 years Wide Bay team and were successful in finishing second in the gross event.

In the under-19 years event, Brayden Best had four consistent rounds to win the nett event as well as finishing in the top 10 in the gross. …

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