Acting President Harold welcomed us to Churchill Park /Wav GC. for inaugural competition for the Bernie Coyle Trophy, on a bitterly cold day with very trying conditions, and asked all present to thank the club for the use of their excellent facilities and their generous donation of our main raffle prize plus a magnum of red wine.
We had a total of34 players which included a new member, Declan Stephenson, who joined through our website. He received a complimentary golf ball.
We had 28 apologies noted today.
Alan Baker, Trevor Bottomley, Peter Charlewood, Hugh Churchward, John Currie, Chris Donald, John Farrow, Garry Finnis, Alan Grisdale, Ian Hoskins, Roger Huxstep, Neal Hills, Alex Johnson, Donald Macdonald, Chris Macgeorge, Robin Miller, Michael Montgomery, Roland Neef, Stan Odachowski, Chris Procter, Peter Ross, Roger Selwood, Christopher Tierney, Kelvin Tyler, Noel Valle, Gary Walters, George Weaver & Neil Wilson .
We look forward to seeing the 'boys' back on course soon, includng those members who are currently a bit poorly. We wish you a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing all of you at our next events at Brighton and Centenary Park.
Lance Bolam, Noel Manning, Taffy Davies. Thanks for a great job.
Good to have another new member through the website in Declan Stephenson. Please keep promoting our wonderful Club.
Brighton is our yearly challenge,which we hope to win this year.
Nhill is a VVGA tournament teams event which our club won last year, hopefully we can repeat the effort this year.
Centenary Park is our monthly event,which will have a early start,because of one tee start. Good luck for all of those events.
Harold reminded us of our sponsorship from the House of Golf (Moorabbin), who are subsidising our monthly winners' vouchers and he urged us to support them. Please go and see Innes at his new super store near DFO, Moorabbin Airport in Cheltenham.
A quieter month in terms of achievements with only one to report.
Here it is:
See Daryl Edwards who has some good club merchandise and keep Neat and Tidy with good dress code.
An IT expert friend was asked to do a review of the web site. HIs comments were quite favourable although he mentioned the extensive use of photos on the site could make it slow for some users with Smart Phones.
Any one who has found this an issue can advise the Webmaster, Laurie Comerford at:
There were no questions.
He then handed over to our Acting Captain, Jeff Stevens.
Harold Hayes (23) with 30 points won the Bernie Coyle Trophy
Our winners receive a $40 House of Golf voucher for their effort.
A Grade: Declan Stephenson (20) 29 points
B Grade: (24) 27 points
C Grade: Joe Cirnigliaro (36) 28 points
Thanks to the joys of COVID-19 we are unable to measure the NTP values and therefor no NTPs have been awarded
29 points Lance Bolam (18)
26 points John Sutherland (19)
25 points Reginald Davey (23) Noel Manning (35)
24 points Trevor McGilton (36)
23 points Lindsay Quennell (23)
22 points Tom Buzza (30) Jeff Stevens (20)
Bill Frey celebrated his good day at Churchill Park by winning the raffle allowing him and three of his mates to play again at Churchill Park with carts. To get this chauffer requires an extra hire fee.
Congratulations and best wishes to our members whose birthday falls in September
5th Peter Garbellini 71
6th Peter Fischer 69
7th Gina Thorne 50 Ross Rowley 61
14th Neil Wilson 68
15th Robert Franks 74
16th John Killmister 72
18th Alan Millard 67
25th Rod Goode 78
26th Bill Dooley 71
27th George Weaver 69
Three aussie blokes working up on an outback mobile phone tower: Mongrel, Coot and Bluey.
As they start their descent, Coot slips, falls off the tower and is killed instantly.
As the ambulance takes the body away, Bluey says, "Well, bugger me, someone's gotta go and tell Coot's wife."
Mongrel says, "OK, I'm pretty good at that sensitive stuff, I'll do it."
Two hours later, he comes back carrying a case of Beer.
Bluey says, "Where'd you get the grog, Mongrel?"
"Coot's wife gave it to me," Mongrel replies.
"That's unbelievable, you told the Missus her husband was dead and she gave you a case of beer?"
"Well, not exactly", Mongrel says.
"When she answered the door, I said to her, "You must be Coot's widow."
She said, "You must be mistaken.. I'm not a widow."