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1770 Ladies Open 26th April 2021

2021 Ladies Open Champions

The 1770 Ladies Open was won by Nyree Malone from Yeppoon taking out the title for 2021 with a 78 off the stick followed by Miriam Newman from Bundaberg coming in runner up with an 84 on a count back from Lorraine Emery from Miriam Vale.  Liz Price from Boyne/Tannum won the A Grade net with a net 74 with Nadine Battilana from Yeppoon coming in runner up with a net 77 on a count back from Lorraine Emery again.  The ladies B Grade champion was won by Tania Dickson with an 82 off the stick, 11 shots ahead of runner up Sue Brandon from Bundaberg on 93.  B Grade net winner went to Lisa Blanchard from Calliope with a net 76 and Elaine Stewart from Yeppoon came in runner up net with a net 77.  C Grade ladies champion was won by Michelle Sheppard with a 106, 4 shots ahead of runner up Sue Hughes scoring a 110.  C Grade net winner went to Jo Tyrrell with a net 82 and Jean Davis from Bundaberg came in runner up with a net 88.

1770 Mens Open 24th April 2021

2021 Mens Open Champions

Congratulations to our 2021 Mens Open champions.  Dylan Parish from Yeppoon was once again our Mens A Grade and overall champion with a sub-par round of 66, 4 shots ahead of runner up Ashley O’Neil from Blackwater.  A Grade Net Champion was a 3 way tie between Rick Niven, Chase Wright and John Burnett, it came down to the last 3 holes on a countback with Rick taking out the title and John Burnett runner up.  Mens B Grade Champion with an impressive score of 2 over par, 70, went to local Nathan Lutton who played exceptionally well coming from the VW Scramble final last weekend.  Shawn Horley came in runner up B Grade 7 shots behind on 77.  B Grade Net champion went to Shane Hazell with a net 67 with Paul Rodi beating Brett Newstead in a count back for runner up with a net 72.  C Grade Mens Champion was won by Andrew Bastin with a fantastic round of 75 off the stick, 10 shots ahead of runner up Neale Dent on 85.  C Grade Net Champion was won by John Jennings with a net 71 with Craig Macnamara taking out runner up with a net 75.