Another top day for golf, clear sunny skies, no wind and the course in top nick.  Players came from Tocumwal, Rich River, Romsey, Lancefield, Mt Macedon, Broadford, Euroa and Hidden Valley.  The front 12 holes saw A Graders Jim Hynes (Mt Macedon) and Mal Mottram (Romsey) tied at the halfway mark – 49 and Scott Williams – 52 and Davey Kenney (53) both from Romsey leading in B Grade. Mary Campbell (Broadford)  had a strong grip on the women’s event with a 59

The aternoon’s 12 holes saw a few players blow out while a some of the visitors seemed to have learnt the lessons from the 1st 12 holes and moved up the leaders table.

Before presentations RGC president thanked the volunteers who had worked so hard to;

  • prepare and serve the meals,
  • keep everyone well watered,
  •  to get the course in its best possible condition

The day’s  sponsors Bruce and Loraine Robb and  “Drummond Golf Niddrie” were also thanked for their support of the club’s 100th celebrations.

On a top day to be out on the course the results were;

Men’s Centennial Champion –  Jm Hynes – 95.      Women’s Centennial Champion; Mary Campbell – 115

A Grade Handicap – Andrew Clement  (RGC) – 90, Women Handicap – Jenny Hartley (RGC) – 95 2/3

B Grade Stroke – Davey Kenney – 110, B Grade Handicap – John Freestone – 91 2/3

AM Handicap – Scott Williams – 41/2.  PM Handicap – Rod Campbell (B/ford) – 45 1/3

NTPs; 1st – Ed Carracher (Euroa), 8th –  Davey Kenney, 9th – Graeme Hogg (B/ford), 10th – Davey Kenney & Mary Campbell