Extraordinary play sees Shoalhaven Heads’ course records tumble.
Mark Hale of Mudgee Golf Club and Adele Douglas of Bonville Golf Resort pulled off stunning double record breaking games in the Srixon Mid-Amateur Championship.
Hale was in incredible form, reeling off an impressive seven birdies in a magnificent display on his way to a six under par 65 on Monday.
Douglas was also impressive, with five birdies of her own in her two-over-par 74 effort on Monday.
The Srixon NSW Mid-Amateur Championship Raffle was drawn this morning. The lucky winners are:
First prize of $1,000 goes to Gary Roche;
Second prize of $500 goes to Julie McNally; and
Third prize of Pro-shop package goes to James Ponder.
We thank everyone who took part in the raffle.
The stage is set, and the question on everyone’s lips is: Can they catch Chris?
Chris Campbell, who made a return to amateur golf after sitting out of the sport for three years, holds a five-shot lead with just one round remaining in the Srixon Mid-Amateur Championship.
Mark Hale of Mudgee, playing alongside Chris this morning, vaulted himself up the leaderboard with a course record 65 to at least give himself a sniff of victory. Collin Mitchell from the Links Shell Cove could not make any headway on the leader and eventually signed for a 71. Mark and Collin are both sitting in second place at the end of round two.
Local hope, Mark Johnston, lies in fourth place another shot back.
Leaderboard at the end of round two:
Christopher Campbell, Port Kembla Golf Club, 136 (68 & 68)
T2. Mark Hale, Mudgee Golf Club, 141 (76 &65)
T2. Colin Mitchell, The Links Shell Cove, 141 (70 & 71)
Fourth - Mark Johnston, Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club, 142 (73 & 69)
1, Adele Douglas, Bonville Golf Resort, 154 (80 & 74)
2. Jan Crichton, Killara Golf Club, 157 (80 & 77)
3. Lucie Quilliam, Moore Park Golf Club, 158 (78 & 80)
T10. Peta Griffin, Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club, 173 (87 & 86)
The full results may be viewed on the GolfNSW website http://www.golfnsw.org/newsdisplay
A spectacular Autumn morning has greeted the early starters for round one of the Srixon Mid Amateur Championship at Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club. There are 192 players taking part in the 54 hole tournament, with defending champion Mark Boulton and Colette Blacklock out to make life difficult for the challengers.
Christopher Campbell, a former Japanese Tour player (shown in the above photo) has a two stroke lead at the end of round one.
The leader board at the end of round one has:
1. Campbell, Christopher - Port Kembla Golf Club, Total 68, HCP +1.6
2. Mitchell, Colin - The Links Shell Cove, Total 70, HCP +3.8
3. Toms, Logan - Woolgoolga RSL Golf Club, Total 72, HCP +1.3
Top Shoalhaven Heads player
T4. Johnston, Mark - Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club, Total 73, HCP +0.8
1. Quilliam, Lucie - Moore Park Golf Club, Total 78, HCP 0.0
T2. Gatland, Alison - Monash Country Club, Total 80, HCP 4.3
T2. Thompson, Sharon - Avondale Golf Club, Total 80, HCP 1.4
T2. Douglas, Adele - Bonville Golf Resort, Total 80, HCP +0.4
T2. Dooley, Gemma - Moore Park Golf Club, Total 80, HCP 1.9
T2. Crichton, Jan - Killara Golf Club, Total 80, HCP 3.0
Top Shoalhaven Heads player
T12. Griffin, Peta - Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club, Total 87, HCP 3.2
Go to GolfNSW website for full story and leader board results, http://www.golfnsw.org/newsdisplay/cool-campbell-claims-nswmidam-lead/103481
The Veteran’s golf day, which was held on ANZAC day this year, commenced with remembrance of those who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. The commemoration was lead by Lindsay Wellard, Patron of the Veteran’s golf club.
The ANZAC Shield was won by Karl Schroder with 42 Stableford points.
The Grand Final of the Heads Hotel Summer Teams competition was held on Sunday 31 March 2019. The event received significant interest again this season with approximately 2,700 rounds of golf played over 18 weeks.
Division One Champions
Dimpled Balls are the Division One champions with a score of 291. The Dimpled Balls team members comprise David Lamb, David Cawthorn, Amanda McFeeters, Garry Hoare, Pat Herrick, John Rosenburg, Col and Connie Parrish. Longies Larrikins took out runner up prize with 288 points, followed by Mans No Camel on 277 points. Seven Mile Building won the Minor Premiership.
Heads Hunters are the Division Two winners with a score of 287. The Heads Hunters team members comprise Burlo and Matty Vout, Glen Flanno, Scotty Hinkley, Barney Kingdom, Franko, Adrew Turner and Col Walsh. Dickie Knee took out the runner up prize with 287 points.
Lawsos Mob are the Division Three winners. The Lawsos Mob team members comprise John Bramley, Jeff Barns, Chad Casinelli, Brett Herron, Tony Langley, Brett Lawson, Chris and AJ Robbo.
The Final played on 31 March was won by SHHH with a score of 99 points. The SHHH team comprise Jim and Leonie Butt, Col Waller, Robbie Chapman, John Gilchrist, John Cheadle, John and Marilyn Schott. John Cheadle also took out player of the Final with a cracking score of 26 points.
Division two of Illawarra pennant between Wollongong and Shoalhaven Heads was another tight contest, with Shoalhaven Heads prevailing 3-2. Shoalhaven Heads were two matches up early when Andrew Jacobs accounted for Hayden Daley 7/5 and Ian Asbury a 6/5 winner against Bryan Munkman.
Wollongong hit back when Justin Craig defeated Lachlan Maddinson 3/2. Gary Roche and Garry Murphy required overtime to decide their match, with Roche’s win on the 19th hole sealing the title for Shoalhaven Heads.
The final match saw Wollongong’s Stephen Webb a one hole winner over Mark Johnston.
The Shoalhaven Heads women’s golf club held their annual charity day on Tuesday 26 March. The event was well attended with 76 players (19 groups of four players), including visitors, taking part. Everyone enjoyed themselves and appreciated the superb organisation of the event.
We received a lot of nice comments from members and visitors which is testament of the great effort put in by the women’s committee and Pro-shop.
We thank all members and visitors who participated in the event and contributed so generously. You made the event a great success and we are pleased to announce that $1990 was raised which will be donated to the Shoalhaven Shakers.
Shoalhaven Shakers is a Parkinson’s support group for sufferers and their carers. The types of Carer Groups are:
• Physical disability
• Family or friends caring for people living with a range of conditions
• Parkinson/ stroke/ motor neurone
The golf event was Las Vegas Ambrose. The winning teams are:
First place with a net 58.5 stableford points:
• Gideon Cowen
• Louise Barnes
• Michelle Lang
• Bluey Everest
Second Place with a net 60.25 stableford points:
• Karl Schroder
• Valda Schroder
• Colin Brown
• Jeanne Salway
Third Place with a net 60.37 stableford points:
• Di Knoll
• Karen Hansen
• Andrew Housden
• Graeme Leonard
Longest Walk Prize with a net 71.25 stableford points:
• Maureen Hollis
• Maureen Latimer
• Gail Kovacs
• Beth Dick
Nearest the Pin:
• Karl Schroder
• Connie Parrish
• Col Parrish
• Robyn Gerrard
Illawarra Pennant Div. 2
Shoalhaven Heads won their semi-final 3 over 2 to qualify for the final
The final will be played next Sunday 31 March
The final is between Shoalhaven Heads v Wollongong at Moss Vale
Semi-final held at Gerringong on Sunday 24 March
Shoalhaven Heads v Russell Vale
Russell Vale won 3 over 2
The Shoalhaven Heads Women’s Golf Club is holding a Charity Day on 26 March 2019. This is a 4 Person Medley team competition. There is a shotgun start at 8:30am with an entry fee of $20 per person.
The proceeds will go to the Shoalhaven Shakers.
Please come and join in the fun packed day with may prizes on offer.
Entry closes on 20 March 2019. Payment may be made by cheque or EFTPOS to SHWGC BSB 082-435 A/c 743167821
Contact the Pro-Shop on 4448 8683 for completing the entry form and booking carts