Less numbers of those that normally turn out for Warialda Veteran’s Golf but the quality of golf was played by those that made it.
Only 7 players this week due to bull sale commitments by some members and others away travelling around the west of the state.
Quality was still in attendance with Tom Kilner carding 27 points to be the winner and taking home the “chook” for Jen to cook for dinner. Tom did comment at the presentation that he thought he would never win a chook as he does not play Vets that often. (It just goes to prove the more often you play the greater chance you have to claim the chook.) Tom also had the flat stick working well to win the putting ball only requiring 17 putts for the 12 holes played.
Due to the lack of numbers, there was no runner-up prize awarded, and the two balls on offer in the ball rundown went to Ken O’Brien and Bill Reardon both with 23 points. Bill was the only pin shot winner claiming the 5th with a well-executed shot.
The coveted mystery draw went to Lex Roberts who battled hard all afternoon on the course.
Next Friday the 13th there will be another individual stableford event over 12 holes at 2pm, so till then stay Covid-19 free.