Winner Ian Morgan was in fine touch on the green to edge out Bob Abbott in last Wednesday’s A Grade single stableford.
Winner Ian Morgan was in fine touch on the green to edge out Bob Abbott in last Wednesday’s A Grade single stableford. Contributed

Handicapper eyes Gympie veteran

GYMPIE Veteran John Kenny will have caught the eye of the handicapper after carding one of his best rounds ever in last Wednesday’s single stableford event.

Kenny scored an impressive 47 points to easily win B Division, five points clear of runner up Rod Emmerson.

Ian Morgan played consistent golf to win A Division with 41 points with the unlucky Bob Abbott just one point behind.

Ball rundown to 37: Norm Hatton, John Parkinson, Alwyn Geary, Nev Haack, Ray Lindsey, Keith Stewart, Bill Divers, Joe Simaile, Lionel Muir, Dave Thomas, Vince Andrews, John Mclaren, Noel Turvey, Fred Pooley and Perry Pyke.

Hole 16 Accuracy shot: Graeme Major, Lindsey Taylor, Ian Morgan, Doug Cunningham, Barry Allen, Bryan Stallard, Bob Abbott, Alwyn Geary and Perry Pyke.

NTP Hole 3: Lindsey Taylor

On Monday Gympie Vets will travel to Mt Coolum for an 8.30am shotgun start.

The Madills’ Holden 4BBB Championships will be played next Wednesday.

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