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Dawnies continue to play through holiday season

DAWNBUSTERS GOLF

WHILE most golfing competitions took a break over the festive season the Dawnbusters continued with their weekly competition with rounds on the Sunday, December 23 and December 30.

The first round was fairly wet but had a good roll up and the winner was Chris Henderson with 47/45. Second went to Jason McKenzie with 45/36 and third was Bill O'Shea with 54/46.

Nearest-the-pin on hole 2 was John Ellis and on 9 it was Vic Feldan.

The snake putter was Chris Henderson and Tom Fleming won least putts on 12 and George Stevenson won the Bradman's with 68/68.

Last Sunday 18 players played the back nine and they just finished before the rain came.

The winner was Bill O'Shea 45/40, ahead of runner-up Ted Evans 53/43 and Paul Coutts 48/46.

No-one claimed nearest-the-pin on hole 13 while Chris Henderson claimed it on 16.

Bruce Upchurch won the Bradman's and the snake putter while Ted Evans won least number of putts.

Dawnbusters golf will be on as usual this Sunday, January 6.


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