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LGC Tournament- 18 & 36 Hole Men’s Events -Saturday 18/11/2017

After the blasting from our tropical thunderstorm that stopped afternoon play on Friday, the Course rebounded well today after a great job by the Greenkeepers. Men's 18 hole Stableford event was a close tussle in most grades with Trevor Rickard taking out A Grade with 34 points on C/B over Peter Hart (34), B Grade was won by Ron Findlay on 38 points over Chris Indian on 33 points (c/B) and C Gr...
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LGC Tournament Women’s Stableford results-Saturday 18th November 2017 -

Women's winner for the 18 hole Stableford in the Tournament was Anne Gibson with a score of 33 points.  Anne  was also the winner of the Hyland Cup, a perpetual club trophy for the best nett score for women on the Saturday of the Tournament.  Runner-up was Melina Willder with 32 points on c/b.  NTP's were won by Catherine Bolding on the 14th and Liz Halpin on the 16th. Please click here for res...
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LGC Tournament Friday 17 Nov.- Ambrose- Men, Women & Mixed.

Friday started off as a fabulous day for our second round of events with a good field playing ambrose.  With 50 visitors in the morning field,  and the conditions fine some good scores were expected. Men's Ambrose Scratch event was one by the team of  Michael McGrath, Matthew Cooper, Matt Stockdale & Jon Tetau with an excellent 58 off the stick. The Men's Ambrose Nett event was won by  t...
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LGC Tournament Thursday 16th Nov- 4BBB Ladies & Men Events

The first Round of the Leongatha Golf Tournament was held on Thursday 16th November in clammy conditions but otherwise perfect for golf, with morning shotgun fields for Men and for Women playing 4BBB and a Men's PM shotgun field also 4BBB.  Players from many Clubs throughout Victoria have arrived in South Gippsland for the 4 day event and continue to be impressed by the excellent conditions of the...
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Tuesday 14 Nov. -4BBB Mixed Stableford

Summer's here and eveyone was hot by the end of the round, especially Michael Street & Fred de Bondt who checked in with 49 points between them, winning by 3 points over the Col and Al Sperling with 46 points.   Great to see so many Women golfers here today, as well as a larger field of visitors. For full results click here:
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Monday night – 5 hole golf

The 5 hole concept on a Monday night is proving to be a popular event.  The Fennessy sausages are gaining a strong following and the ideal weather conditions have helped a little bit too. The Jason Day Team won the night on a countback from a couple of unlucky groups.  Congratulations to Beau Elkin, his father Rod and teammates Lynda Bassett and Nan Meagher. Beau (our 7 year old star) also h...
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Top Gun final

Congratulations to Andrew Smith who is the 2017 Top Gun winner after an exciting Sunday of tense and thrilling golf. Andy prevailed over the very solid John McLennan after a chip-off on the 18th hole.  John's putt on the 18th lipped the cup denying him of victory.  Andy's top-notch chip over the bunker in the "chip-off" sealed the deal. Ken Smirk fought hard to finish third and was the "cham...
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Vern Pease Ambrose

We had 21 teams enjoy perfect weather today for our Vern Pease Ambrose event. Runaway winners with a great score of 55 Nett was the team of Norm Hughes, Tom Williamson, Craig Hams and Antony Sparks. Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all the participants. Please Click Here for the full Prize Report
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Final Field for BJS Insurance Top Gun Shootout.

Today (Thursday 9/11/2017) was the final day of qualifying for the BJS Insurance Top Gun Shootout.  President Peter Waters made par today and with 36 points, pushed his way into the Shootout, relegating Matt Bowey down to 1st Reserve. The Shootout starts at 09.00 am sharp on Sunday  morning, th12th Nov  and all finalist will need to check in by 08.30 am.  You will also need to bring 3 balls eac...
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Thursday 9 Nov 2017 – Movember Rainbow Tee Charity Day

A  fabulous day for a Charity Golf Day attracted of good field of 85 players who tackled the changing Tee's depending on your score on the previous hole. Best to handle the Rainbow Tee's was LGC's octogenarian Merv Stubbs with a super 41 points.  Close behind was Wendy-Anne Parker with 40 points including an eagle on the 9th hole, overall a good day out. Results click here:
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