Port vs Beverley PARk

Port Macquarie soundly defeated Beverley PARk last Saturday ( March 7) taking out the all the events on offer. They now go south in November with a very handy lead of 7 points. The eternal plate could easily be retained just by sending only of six teams, but that probably would not be in the best interests of inter club relationships. Best remembered would be the shots played by Neville Smith from BP and our own John Proberts, who both aced the 5th hole on Sunday. Full report can be seen by clicking Weekend Results

Neville Smith and John Proberts

Port Tyre World Knockout

The PTW Knockout is now in it’s final stages. The semi finals will be played out this week culminating in the finals next Sunday 15 March. Check out the current state of affairs in the My Information Page of the website or the Matchplay section of the App

Changes to the Conditions of Play

The conditions of play for all competitions at the Club has recently been updated to limit entry into any competition play to either our members or members of Golf Clubs that are affiliated and are more than 5km from Port Macquarie Golf Club. Any member of a Golf Club within 5km will not be permitted to play in competitions as a visitor or a members guest. 

Thursday Golf Reports

19/03/2020

Thursday golf at Port Macquarie was a two-ball best ball stableford with a single stableford event in conjunction. Winners of the two-ball were Guy and Jonathan Hingston with 47 points. Runners up were Darren Eather and Rohan Hyde with 46 points on a c/b from Bill Drinkwater and Mark Handley. Winner in A grade was James Single with a terrific four under par for 42 points. Runner up was Ron McLaren with 40 points and third was Paul Paterson with 39 points on a c/b from Drew Pirie. Winner in B grade was Craig Jennings with 39 points on a c/b from runner up Rob O’Brien. Third was Shaun O’Malley with 38 points on a c/b from Paul Atkin and Bill Main. Winner in C grade was Benny Sprague with 39 points. Runner up was Colin Eagan with 38 points on a c/b from third placed Amos Frankel and Guy Hingston. Round of the day went to David Bagust par round for 36 points. Tom Biron had an eagle three on the par five twelfth hole. The ball competition went down to 35 points on a c/b.  NTP’s went to Paul Paterson, James Single, Tim Lane and Bruce Tilley.

12/03/2020

Thursday golf at Port Macquarie was a single stableford event. Winner in A grade was Stephan Tessede with a terrific 42 points. Runner up was Dale Murray with 39 points and third was Rob Leonard with 38 points on a c/b from Mick Holland. Winner in B grade was Colin Bailey with 39 points on a c/b from runner up Neil Stevenson. Third was Rob O’Brien with 37 points on a c/b from Peter Hearle and Chris Dixon. Winner in C grade was Steve Cullen with 39 points. Runner up was Bob Stewart with 38 points on a c/b from third placed Leon Norgate. Round of the day went to David Bagust par round for 36 points. The ball competition went down to 34 points on a c/b.  NTP’s went to Matt Hayes, Adam Atkins, Geoff Bollard and Barry Catterall.

5/03/2020

Thursday golf at Port Macquarie was a two-ball best ball stableford with a single stableford event in conjunction. Winners of the two-ball were Ian Johnson and Brian Potts with 46 points. Runners up were John Spencer and Geoffrey Drew with 45 points on a c/b from three other pairs. Winner in A grade was Pat McLoughlin with 39 points on a c/b from runner up Terry Davis. Winner in B grade was Danny Fahey with 37 points. Runner up was Tom Liddell with 36 points on a c/b from Peter Rowsell, John Brockenshire and Brian Potts. Winner in C grade was Chris Abel with 39 points on a c/b from Colin Kelaher. Round of the day went to Matt Hayes with a one over par round for 35 points. The ball competition went down to 33 points on a c/b.  NTP’s went to Ian Johnson, Neville Bell, Jason Ippaviz and Matt Hayes.

Saturday Golf Reports

21/03/2020

Saturday golf at Port Macquarie was a two-person aggregate stableford with a single stableford event in conjunction. Winners of the aggregate stableford were Roy Moller and Peter Liddy with 76 points. Runners up were David McGrath and Lyndsay Neilson with 75 points. Winner in A grade was Lyndsay Neilson with 40 points on a c/b from runner up Paul Moon. Winner in B grade was Paul Zvirzdinas with 38 points. Runner up was Graham Johnstone with 37 points. Winner in C grade was Peter Besseling with 41 points on a c/b from runner up Greg Boller. Round of the day went to David Bagust with a three under par for 39 points. Balls went to 33 points on a c/b. NTP’s went to Gavin Roberts, Patrick MacFetters, Tom Biron and David McGrath.

14/03/2020

Saturday golf at Port Macquarie was a stroke event for the March Monthly Medal. Winner in A grade was Tom Biron with a great four under par round for 68 nett on a c/b from runner up Mick Holland. Third was Peter Brassington with 69 nett. Winner in B grade was Mal Blewitt with 66 nett. Runner up was John Scaysbrook with 68 nett and third was Wayne Debenham with 69 nett on a c/b from Fred Fouche. Winner in C grade was Neil Stevenson with 68 nett. Runner up was Ian Johnson with 69 nett and third was Daniel Evans with 70 nett. Gross score went to David Bagust 72; B grade Mal Blewitt 81 and C grade Neil Stevenson with 88. Balls went to 73 nett on a c/b. NTP’s went to Andrew Woodward, Rob Hollins, Blayney Pilbeam and Glen Hoade.

29/02/2020

Saturday golf at Port Macquarie was a Two-Ball aggregate stableford with a single stableford event in conjunction. Winners of the two-ball were John Tracey and Brian Potts with 78 points. Runners up were Craig Jennings and Don Williams with 76 points. Winner in A grade was John Cullinane with 39 points on a c/b from runner up Bill Macdonald and Chris Farrell. Winner in B grade was Alan Organ with 42 points. Runner up was Peter Rowsell with 41 points. Winner in C grade was Guy Hingston with 40 points on a c/b from runner up Graham Cutcliffe. Round of the day went Chris Farrell with a two over par for 34 points. Balls went to 34 points on a c/b. NTP’s went to Don Williams, Perry Harpur, Sean Carroll and Wayne Debenham.