A strong field took to the course for the first half of Rd Two of the Flatstick Roofing Summer Cup.  With strong winds and some rain predicted the afternoon looked to be more challenging than usual.  A week of irrigation supply problems and the close attention by the corellas saw all greens negatively effected but players were able to negotiate these problems.  As the round wore on the rain fell and a strong wind blew uni from the north/north-west, this played havoc with many shots, especially on the par threes.  The wind seemed to drive the corellas into a frenzy with large groups moving around the course or settling on a fairway, only very close proximity of a golfer or buggy moved the birds on.  Despite the conditions a number of golfers rose to the occasion and returned excellent scores.  On a quid and winds afternoon the scores were;

Winner; Chris vanDerVliet – 94/25/69 from John Laing – 98/28/70 & John Freestone – 94/22/72

Women’s Winner; Darlene V]Baker – 88/19/69

NTPs; 15th – John Freestone