Golfers make most of weather

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Golfers make most of weather

There were 70 players who turned out at the Mount Gambier course on a perfect day for South East Veterans golf, which was reflected in the scoring.

First Division was won by David Lovie from Blue Lake with a smooth 39 points on a countback from Sid Arkun of Beachport, with Lindsay Storer of Penola’s 38 for third.

Second Division went to president Glen Tilley of Millicent, with a wonderful 42 from local Bob Tonkin 41, and Bob O’Connor 40.

The nearest the pins were Jimmy Hyland on the 8th and Alan Schultz on the 16th and the Ross Orchard prize went to Herman VanderHeul and Colin Rex.

The ball rundown went to 33 and the Scotch went to Blue Lake with Doug MacPherson.

The group’s next meet will be at the challenging Robe course on February 13, followed by Blue Lake on March 6.

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