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FoodWorks Murrindindi Masters round three

Golf Cathie Harper and Barb Doyle

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Feb 12, 2024

by Elizabeth Goss

IT was a wonderful day on Saturday at Alexandra Golf Course, for the third round of the FoodWorks Murrindindi Masters. Perfect weather, the course in pristine condition, a sausage sizzle and a delicious salad roll. Congratulations to the winners of the Mini Masters trophies, Jared Sloane from Alexandra with (12) 42 points and Shanon Grogan from Yea with (30) 38 points. Winners of the men’s grades were; A grade: Mick Holohan, Alexandra (11) 41 points, runner up James Kidd, Alexandra (8) 38 points. B Grade: John Norfolk, Alexandra (16) 39 points, runner up John Steer, Alexandra (15) 39 points. C Grade: Paul Martin, Marysville (29) 41 points, runner up Steve Wersham (35) 40 points.

Winners of the women’s grades were; A Grade: Barb Doyle Alex (19) 38 points, runner up Jody Doran, Marysville (11) 35 points. B Grade: Lesley Rundle Maryville (31) 34 points, runner up Sue Aurisch, Yea (38) 33 points. Nearest the pins on the fifth Todd Galloway, on the seventh Brad Newton, on the 12th Rod Taylor and on the 18th Russell Purcell.

Our four clubs will forever be thankful to the Reddrop family for supporting the Masters originally initiated by Norm Reddrop. They are important dates on the Murrindindi calendar. Once again a big thank you to all the volunteers from the ground crew to those organising the day and the volunteers on the day.

The final of the FoodWorks Murrindindi Masters will be played at Yea next Saturday, February 10. An exciting day.

It was a big day on Wednesday for the ladies who played the final round of the 2024 Summer Cup. Congratulations to Sue Greatorex for winning the cup with 112 points. Judy Pearson won the day’s round with (26) 37 points. The runner up was Helen Findlay (26) 34 points. Next was Barb Doyle, (19) 33 points on a count back from Sue Greatorex with (21) 33 points. Ruth Worland won the back nine. Nearest the pin on the second and the seventh, went to Sue Greatorex and to Barb Doyle on the 18th.

Wednesday, February 21, is a 4BBB round. Note February start times will be, click here to read the full story.

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