So we’re ready to make our predictions and offer our best bets for the week with the United States and Europe at odds on the monogrammed callaway golf balls course. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY as reported to me: The Christmas Trees (of course); Anne Forrester had a gobbler 2/4 on the 5th; Lorraine Bignall had a 30 metre putt into the hole at the 6th; Yvonne Wilson had five 3 pointers; Shirley Daly had a birdie on the 14th and won nearest the pin; Lyn Cruickshanks had a 4 pointer on the 7th; Norma Cubis birdied the 11th. I did not get a chance to get right around the room today to gather all of the highlights -. The game today at Mareeba was played on a course that was prepared today by Ron Cade and Michael and presented in an extremely good condition. Stewart made the first move with a superb 40 foot put for a birdie two at the second hole, but Murchie squared the game at the fourth when a par gave him the hole after Stewart had bunkered his tee shot. As far as alignment goes, a shot hit from a downhill lie will tend to start to the right.
I’ll be watching to see how that goes, but it’s worth noting that three of the five members of the agency’s board of directors are in the agriculture industry. We had three visitors today, Errol Frewen “across the ditch” from New Zealand, and also Graeme Neil and his wife Diane from Tin Can Bay. We had a relatively small field of 77 today, comprising 62 men and 15 ladies. We had one new member join today, and we welcome Ken Berriman formerly of Wauchope and Howlong and now, after resisting a number of overtures of Cairns members, is a member of H.M.B. We had no new members join today. We wish them safe travel to their respective homes and sincerely wish that they will join us around about this time next year so we can again enjoy their company. ’t be able to make it there, thanks for your friendship over the years, allowing me to serve on the Committee in various roles and mainly the enjoyment of your company. Greens have improved considerably thanks to an ongoing program & I’m told there will be a drinks cart doing the rounds during our game.
Game day is obviously when the biggest effort is required but most of our Committee multitask. I also remind members that the season is nearing its end and as usual our AGM is in early November so if you enjoy being involved in our club you may like to consider a position on our committee. The event which was the final one for the Association’s Consistency Trophy, was sponsored by BROTHERS LEAGUES CLUB. Treasurer John has asked me to let the members know that, if not paid already, Membership Fees are due on the date of the first game on our Program, i.e., 6th February, 2018. In accordance with the Association’s Policy, those players who are not financial Members are ineligible to win any trophy in our normal weekly competitions until they become financial. This can prevent you from playing the game regularly. Card. You can verify residency. No one in the industry can match our shipping rates guaranteed. Winners are reminded that the vouchers have a one month expiry date on them unless an extension can be negotiated with Darren, which he is generally happy to do.
Members are reminded that the scores entered by players on the scoreboards at games are unofficial and purely for information. Unfortunately, there is an entire process involved with introducing a game back into the event lineup for the Olympic Games. I just need to be there for my team-mates, when they’re homesick or whatever, that’s my job, my role, on and off the golf course,” Weir said. “If they’re having a bad day on the golf course, just having them remember that this is a process. Make sure the first group takes out prize flag-sticks (if you’re there). So if your looking for a night out try a visit to Brothers. I know that myself and all members of our Association are delighted when both couples arrive on their yearly visit. Richard Cole-Hamilton, the recently appointed Captain of the R & A headed a guest list which included Scottish Golf Union President Hugh Hunter, Ayrshire Golf Association President Ian Guthrie, David Reynolds of the National Playing Fields Association, Club Captains Eugene O’Donoghue of Prestwick and Milton Murray of Irvine Ravenspark, Past Captain John McK. Club engineers and designers are especially excited about using titanium to improve the performance of putters.