Wet weather has caused major disruptions across the various Southern Highlands sports this past week and golf is no exception.
Reduced playing numbers due to the downpour in most competitions were quite noticeable at Moss Vale Golf Club.
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On Wednesday a two-person Ambrose was held and the winning round on the day was shot by Owen Babula and Tony Tozzi with 63 Nett.
Zac Clewitt and Ben Hamilton finished runners up with a fine 64.5 Nett.
Members had to wait until Saturday to see 40 plus Stableford point rounds. Both Neal Cameron and Anthony Fischbeck achieved this in B-Grade.
Incorporated into Saturday's competition was the Watman Cup, this was played between the White Horse Cup One and Two teams and a combined B Pennants/Masters Pennants.
The White Horse Cup lads proved too strong on the day for their formidable opponents who would have gone in as short priced favourites for the event.
As is custom on the day, the losing team ride the Pony around the putting green. Lightweight jockey Warren Hayes stepped up and had an interrupted rails run to satisfactorily complete the 30 metre dash.
Medley Stableford - Monday, November 15
Winner: Chris Irvine, handicap (16), 37 points
Runner-up: Geoff Cuffe, handicap (25), 36 points
Women's Individual Stableford - Tuesday, November 16
A-Grade winner: Evelyn Dovey, handicap (23), 34 points C/B
Runner-up: Yangeun Skerman, handicap (15), 34 points
B-Grade winner: Mary Butcher, handicap (36), 31 points
Runner-up: Virginia Booth, handicap (38 points), 29 points C/B
Men's Two Person Ambrose - Wednesday, November 17
Winner: Antonio Tozzi and Owen Babula, 63 points
Runner-up: Zac Clewett and Benjamin Hamilton, 64.5 points
Medley Individual Stableford
Winner: Robert Booy, handicap (29), 34 points
Medley Stableford - Saturday, November 20
A-Grade winner: Anthony Remm, handicap (11), 38 points C/B
Runner-up: Greg Robinson, handicap (5), 38 points
B-Grade winner: Neal Cameron, handicap (15), 41 points
Runner-up: Anthony Fischbeck, handicap (14), 40 points
C-Grade winner: Adam Kich, handicap (26), 39 points
Runner-up: Mark Williams, handicap (20), 35 points C/B
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