Congratulations to the pair Betty Colligan & Andrew Graham who won with a combined score of 145, beating, by 1 shot, Julie Harris & Chris Eastwood
A new monthly addition:
Here are details of all the events in June – 2012 JUNE MONTHLY PROGRAMME
For the Sunday competitions the rules of entry can be found below:
10th June 2012 – IRISH NETT MEDAL- teams of 4
17th June 2012 – Monthly Medal & Golfer of the Year
17th June 2012 – Mens & Womens Shootout Qualifying 2012
24th June 2012 – Men’s Winter Cup
A titanic struggle between experienced pairing Graeme Quinn & Rod Peters on one side and the tenacious Dave Barrow on the other, eventually resulted in a 2 and 1 victory for the Quinn / Peters combination.
Dave’s partner Stu McLaren, currently in Fiji, was reportedly very proud that Dave had played so well in his absence.
20th May 2012 is the next round of the Monthly Medal & Golfer of the Year
Click to see the clarified rules of the competition Monthly Medal & Golfer of the Year
Ladies winner – Maureen Creasey with 41 points
Ladies runner up – Nedra Shand with 36 points
Men’s winner – Harold Smith with 41 points
Men’s runner up – Mark Mitchell with 38 points
Over 80% of the field got over 32 points so who needs more than 3 clubs and a putter?!
Thanks to Mick Wattam for his rum, Gary Mabey for his coke and especially Liz Cavies and Jill Bolland for their rum balls
When: Monday 22 October through to Friday 26 October 2012.
Where: Deco City Motor Lodge 308 Kennedy Road, Onekawa, Napier
1. Tuesday, 23 October ‘12 Maraenui Golf Club – Tee-0ff 11:00 am
We will be playing their members.
2/ Wednesday, 24 October ‘12 Hastings Golf Club (Bridge Pa)
Tee-Off 11:30 am, No. 1 and No. 10 Green fees – $40 for 18 holes, $20 for 9 holes
3. Thursday, 25 October ‘12 Hawkes Bay Golf Club (Flaxmere)
Tee-Off 11:00 am – Awaiting cost of green-fees and if their members wish to play with us.
Information required by the organizer from attendees.
a) The cost of the accommodation will be determined by the number of people attending. The Lodge is equipped with a number of two (2) bedroom units that can be shared. I need to supply this information to the Lodge. With all others it will be taken that you want your own unit. They would like this info as soon as possible.
b) Arrangements for meals –
1) do you want a meal organized at the Maraenui Golf Club after the game or do you want to go back in the evening?
2) do you want a meal organized at the Lodge or some other establishment on the last night, that being Thursday, 25 Oct ‘12?
3) do you wish to make your own arrangements at the local restaurant?
It would be greatly appreciated to have your reply by 25 March ‘12 regarding your accommodation requirements. Time moves on and the Lodge would like to arrange their year also.
As to the meal requirements the majority results will be the determining factor. If there is no conclusive majority, you’re on your own.
Please forward all replies to – email@example.com.-
The Club has enlisted the following volunteers:
Thanks: to Caren Martin who has volunteered to be our website coordinator. We wish her well in learning the ins and outs of WordPress (our website editor software) – a somewhat tedious task – and we will be patient till her perseverance proves fruitful.
Thanks: to Wynn Ingram who has taken on the up-dating of our Club history. If you have old photos, knowledge or anecdotes that might be useful, please get in touch with Wynn.
The 2012 Quinovic-Waikanae Pro-Am held on Wednesday 1 February 2012 was a great success at many levels. It was a day to make one proud to be a member of such a cohesive Club. This highlight day of the year was marred only by the rainy weather. However, the volunteers who helped run the day surmounted all discomfort and weather-related inconveniences to put on a fine showing of how a club can pull together. Thanks to all the volunteers on the day – Starters, Spotters, Referees, Scorers, Raffle Sellers and general roustabouts – you made it all work on the day and evoked many unsolicited compliments. Behind the scenes and prior to the day there was a huge volunteer effort in bringing the course and its surrounds up to a very high standard. The Club acknowledges your effort, and is most grateful for all the freely given contributions of time and effort. Well done, Waikanae!
For the past few years the WGC has received visits and in turn has visited our sister club in Australia, Ocean Shores Golf Club. It is intended to organise a tour to visit Ocean shores sometime mid-year (2012) – partners are welcome. For planning and organisational purposes, it is necessary to collate names of those interested in participating in the tour at an early stage. Accordingly, if you are interested in this tour, please signify this by one of the following methods:
- append your name to the midweek men’s list (to be provided)
- append your name and contact details to the midweek women’s list (to be provided) or
- send an email to the following: firstname.lastname@example.org
Names must be received by Wednesday, 8 February 2012.