PRESIDENTS SALVER WINNERS
Contragulations to Erich Jahnke and Akaina Aukino the winners of the Presidents Salver. Jack Vlas and Andy Prudhoe were the runners up.
Midweek Club Champs
This year’s Midweek Club Champions are: Men – Rodney Orr and runner-up Warren Luey, Ladies – Carol Antipas and runner-up Faye Powell
Mens stableford plate & Ladies Stableford Cup
Congratulations to the winners of these trophies. Dennis Paki (43 Points) and Carol Antipas (34 Points)
WUMP Trophy 2018-07-11
All five Trentham Camp interclub teams came together on the 30th June to complete for the WUMP Team Trophy and individual WUMP stableford medal.
It was an enjoyable day of golf followed by much camaraderie over a drink and meal.
Results for the team trophy
DIV 3 290 points
DIV8 286 points
Mashie 272 points
Evergreens 262 points
Ladies 246 points.
The individual medal was won by Manfred Jahnke with 44 stableford on countback from Bob Campbell.
The most wins for an WGI interclub player over the season was Ieremia Isopo
Please note the course will also be closed on Wednesday and reviewed again on Thursday.
RAE GREEN PUTTING CUP
Congratulations to Bill Tahiwi for winning the Rae Green Putting Cup.
Click on the following link to view final scores for the stroke play
Congratulations to the winners of the Avalon Cup on Sunday.
Deborah and Alan McMurchie won the mixed cup.
Jason Mihaere and John Clifton won the mens cup
PHYL TOMLINS MEMORIAL TROPHY
The Trentham ladies had a sucessful Phyl Tomlins tournament this Saturday. Deborah McMurchie won the trophy with a well played round of golf.
It was good to see Phyl's family supporting the tournament and enjoying the after match activities.
Deborah with the trophy, Denise Orr ladies captain on the left and Lisa and Jo Phyl's daughters
SHOOTING YOUR AGE
On Tuesday Alan Browne shot under his age and at the same time won the Kevin Fenton Trophy. Carol Antipas won the women’s Kevin Fenton Trophy.
For most golfers the odds of shooting your age are:
The percentage of golfers who shoot their age is .0000089%, or less than 9 per million.
And for breaking par:
The percentage of golfers who will break par in their career is 1/2 of 1%. By extension, the number of golfers who score 68 or better is somewhere between .1 and .4 percent.