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Busy week of play at the Margaret River Golf Club

The Annual Ray Atcheson Shield was presented to winner Gerard McCabe (left) by Mr Atcheson (right) back in December.

The Margaret River Golf Club’s Tuesday Veterans returned to normal play after a busy week last week.

First place went to Terry Halsall on 21, Abe Huisken came in second on 20 and David Benson took out third place on 19c/b.

Wednesday’s 18-hole competition had Megan Booth coming in first place on 37, Joan Ross close behind in second spot with a score of 36, and Sharon Thompson third on 35c/b.

The Ladies 9-hole competition results saw Marian Squance secure first position on 15c/b. Also on 15c/b was Aileen Budge in second place, and third was Mary Taylor on 15.

Kevill Electrics sponsored the Thursday Scroungers competition which saw first place go to Trevor Sanders on 41c/b.

Saturday’s Men’s Competition sponsored by Margaret River Home Timber & Hardware had great weather for the guys with David Goyder coming in first on 40. Second place went to David Benson on 38c/b and third place with also a score of 38c/b went to Kim Hewton.

Close behind in second was Kim Darragh on 41 and Ian Chidgey in third spot on 38c/b.

Friday’s Mixed Competition had Rod Bishop in first place on 17c/b, close behind and Best Woman was Mary Taylor on 17 with overall third place going to Rob Hearn with 15c/b.

Saturday’s Men’s Competition sponsored by Margaret River Home Timber & Hardware had great weather for the guys with David Goyder coming in first on 40.

Second place went to David Benson on 38c/b and third place with also a score of 38c/b went to Kim Hewton.

On Sunday players gathered for the mixed competition sponsored by Fraser Gallop Wines and enjoyed great weather conditions and some top wines for prize winners.

First place went to Geoff Barrett on 39c/b, second place with 39 points went to Andrew Meares and Wendy Chidgey took out third spot with 37c/b.

The Club now looks forward to the RAC Golf Day this Friday March 2 which will see a field of around 100 players take to the course.

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Margaret River Mail

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