Augusta Margaret River weekend golf results

Big winner: It was a fine weekend of golfing at the Augusta Golf Club despite wild winds and winter weather. Photo: Supplied.

Big winner: It was a fine weekend of golfing at the Augusta Golf Club despite wild winds and winter weather. Photo: Supplied.

AUGUSTA: After a late decision to play it turned into a massive day for David Reid at the Augusta Butcher’s 4BBB on Sunday when he aced the difficult 145m 6th hole with a soft nine iron.

Luckily for him, a hole in one on that hole is also sponsored by Sports Power Margaret River.

Not only did he manage that never to be forgotten feat, but he had joined with Joyce Challis who thrives on these team games to also take the win on the day with 45 points from runners up Norah Johnson and Trevor Buller just one point behind.

Nearest the pins went to Kim Darragh, Norah Johnson x2, Joyce Challis and Ian Mumme. All the players helped David celebrate after the game spruiking their own achievements or near misses on the day.

Saturday’s stableford men’s competition was played in very windy conditions but that didn’t stop Graham Bodycoat having a great round and running away with the victory with a gross of 79 for 45 points.

His nearest challenger was runner up Jim Swarbrick with 40 points with Ian Mumme on 38 taking third after a countback from Joe Italiano. Nearest the pins went to Graham Bodycoat, Les Castle and Barry Brown.

Next weekend features a Stableford for the men sponsored by BP Regional Fuels on the Saturday and a mixed American Fours sponsored by Jill Perkins on the Sunday. – Nick Dornan


MARGARET RIVER: Due to a wet morning Tuesday Veterans game was cancelled. We did however host a conference for theGolf Course Superintendents of WA Tuesday afternoon.

They were very impressed with the amazing condition of the course despite the weather. Thank you to our Veteran volunteers for cooking the BBQ.

Unfortunately Wednesday morning was wet and the Women’s Competition was also cancelled. Craig Abbs scored top man at Thursday’s Eat More Beef scroungers event with a score of 37 c/b. Rod Wylde was close behind with 37 and Graeme Smith finishing on 36.

The mixed nine hole comp on Friday saw Val Meleri come in first 18 c/b just getting the better of Rob Hearne right behind with 18 and Gerard McCabe closely behind on 17.

Saturday’s Kim Hewton stableford was won by David Glasson with a score of 36 c/b. Trevor Sanders played close 36 and John bell third with 35.

Sunday’s Mixed Smitherens stableford event was played best by Di Yates with a score of 36. Michael Kelly played close for 35 and Rob Lister came in third with 34. – Keeley Beddow