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Best of the year, 2019

Mens Gross - 67 - Scott Law 14 April 2019

Mens Nett - 56 - Steve Law - 12 May 2019

Womens Gross - 82 - Denise Goile 26 February 2019

Womens Nett - 65 - Sue Young 19 February 2019

Best of May

Mens Gross - 72 Scott Law 12 May 2019

Mens Nett - 56 Steve Law 12 May 2019

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Latest News and Results

Clubday Sunday

Bill Innes Putter 26 May 2019

Rob Taylor and his putter ran hot today, needing only 25 putts to win the putting trophy.

His putting reflected in his total round accumulating 43 stableford points to win the senior scramble.

Andrew Macky, Dick Thomas and Ian Grey also had 43 points in the Junior division. Andrew winning on countback.

Senior

Rob Taylor 43 Tyne Watts,Garry Bowman,Bill Fox,Scott Law 39 Ben Vincent,John McCormick 37 Ken Bardsley 35

Junior

Andrew Macky,Dick Thomas Ian Grey 43 Paul Davie 42 Pay Ryan 41 Charlie Coles 40 Barry Fordham 38 Kevin Nickson,David Peryer,Terry Charlesworth 37.

Twos Ben Vincent (2) Rob Taylor (2) Tyne Watts Kevin Appleby Andrew Macky.

Senior Jackpot $18.00 Ben Vincent and Rob Taylor

Junior Jackpot $98.00 Andrew Macky

Longest Putt - Andrew Macky Closest to Pin - Garry Russo.

Holes in One

Doug Smith from Kawhia club had a hole in one on the 16th at Pirongia on Friday in the Farmlands Tournament.

Scott Law scored his first ace at PioPio Arias 4th hole on Saturday during the UBP Meats 27 hole open.

Ladies Results

The scramble was on nett and the names featured were; Brenda Staples 73, Lynda Morgan and Addy Nieremeijer 77, Jane Duggan 78 and Patty MacIntyre 38 nett in the 9 hole division. The standing in the strokeplay are as follows ; Bronze I ; Brenda Staples 187, Addy Nieremeijer 195, Lynda Morgan 198 Bronze II ; Pam Hughes 221, Shirley Grey 232, Rosemary Collinson Smith 240 9 Hole ; Patty MacIntyre and Lyn Sinclair 110, Isabel Caie 115 This shows the competition is still wide open going into the last round

 

Mt Pirongia Ambrose Challenge 19 May 2019

Some outstanding scores were posted today with low scoring a must to win this nett event

Winners were the team comprising in form Steve Law , Josh Law ,Sandra Law and Josh Balloch.

Their score of nett 52.5 consisted of a 10 under gross 62 less handicap of 9.5.

Runners Up were Andrew Parsons , Andrew Macky, Derek Boyle and Guy Livingston.

They had a gross 63 less 10 handicap for a 53 nett.

Third were the team of Tyne Watts , Garry Bowman,Rob Taylor and Kevin Appleby.

They had an amazing 14 under par 58 gross with a 4.375 handicap for a nett 53.625.

Also with a gross score of 58 were the young gun team of Scott Law,Tom Power,Ben Vincent and Campbell Child.

Their combined handicap was 2.625 to give them a nett 55.375.

Next week will see the competition for the Bill Innes putter, the winner being the player with the least putts over 18 holes.  

PATRONS TROPHY 12 MAY 2019

Thanks to Patron Shirley Grey for hosting the annual Patrons Trophy and Prizes.

Addy Nieremeijer and Steve Law take out the 2019 Patrons Trophies.

Steve Law shot a round any handicap golfer could only dream of.

Gross 73 off a 17 handicap producing a nett 56 and 52 stableford points. John McCormick was second with 63 nett.

Addy Nieremeijer took out the ladies division with a nett 71.

Scramble - Nett

Senior Steve Law 56 John McCormick 63 Gary Russo 65 Garry Bowman 66 Derek Boyle 67 Rob Taylor 67 Tyne Watts 68 Andrew Parsons 70 Scott Law 70 Kevin Appleby 70

Junior Kevin Nickson 68 Dave Lamb 69 Addy Nieremeijer 71 Ray Budgen 71 Grant Clow 71 Ian Grey 72 Richard Small 72 Terry Charlesworth

Only 1 two - Garry Bowman

Longest Putt - Derek Boyle

Closest to Pin - Jack Dunn

 

Clubday 5 May 2019

 

A great field of over 40 club players braved the foggy conditions today.

Plenty of balls being hit out of sight today. The major competition was 4BBB pairs

The winners with an outstanding 53 stableford points were Don Matson and Andrew Johnston.

Stableford Scramble

Senior

Andrew Johnston 43 Garry Bowman 43 Ben Vincent 42 Phillip Eyre 39 Derek Boyle 39 John McCormick 38 Hans Nieremeijer 38 Tyne Watts 38 Murray Barclay 38 Kevin Appleby 38

Junior

Jim Dunn 44 Addy Nieremeijer 41 Ross Scown 40 Dick Thomas 39 Paul Davie 39 Charlie Coles 39 Terry Charlesworth 38 Dave Peryer 37 Don Matson 37

Twos Dave Peryer,Jack Hjorth,Tyne Watts,Ben Vincent (2),Marco Bowman,Garry Bowman

Senior Jackpot - Ben Vincent $86.00

Longest Putt - Ross Scown Closest to Pin - Derek Boyle

Next Week - Patrons Trophy 10 am Shotgun Start

 

15TH ANNUAL DUTCH TOURNAMENT 28 APRIL 2019

An excellent field of 74 players braved initial inclement weather but finished in sunshine today at the annual Dutch Tournament.

For the 15th year Hans and Addy Nieremeijer put together an excellent prize table and a well run tournament.

Winner of the overall gross prize was the inform Scott Law who shot a 1 under 71. This was one shot better than Garry Bowman with an even par 72.

Results

Nett

0-18 Garry Bowman 66 19-36 Chris Strachan 64 Ladies Jennifer Strachan 70 Stableford 0-18 Derek Boyle 41,Graeme Lee 40,M Garrick 39,Kevin Appleby 39

19-36 Keith Ormsby 44,Bruce Goile 43,Brenden Close 41, Vern Huntly 41

Ladies Emma Yarndley 36,Cheryl MacGilloway 35,Andrea Vale 35,Pam Hughes 34

Twos Scott Law (2),Mike Howorth (2),Ken Bardsley, Andrew Johnston,Derek Boyle,Bruce Goile, Amanda Murray

Long Drive

0-18 Tyne Watts 19-36 Chris Strachan Ladies Jennifer Strachan

Nearest Pin 0-18 Scott Law 19-36 Bruce Goile Ladies Jennifer Strachan

Longest Putt 0-18 Andrew Johnston 19-36 Kevin Nickson Ladies Helen Loveridge  

Easter Sunday Scramble 21 April 2019

The regulars turned up today for a great easter scramble.

Firstly congratulations to Bill Fox who scored a hole in one at Raglan on Thursday during the vets round robin. It was Bills third hole in one. Scored on the 12th hole using a 5 iron.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Rob Taylor 44 Phillip Eyre 41 Grant Frew 41 Derek Boyle 41 Jack Hjorth 39 Stephen Law 39 Tyne Watts 38

Junior

Guy Livingston 41 Grant Morgan 40 Ron Cogswell 40 Don Matson 39 Dave Peryer 39 Paul Davie 39 Barry Fordham 37

Twos - Tyne Watts and Gary Russo

Longest Putt - Kevin Appleby

Closest to PIn - Barry Cavey

Next week Dutch Tournament

Club Day 14 April 2019

Matson / Tocker Trophy

A great turnout and brilliant weather today.

Ken Bardsley and Andrew Parsons combined to take out the Matson Tocker Trophy with a total of 81 combined stablefords.

Scott Law shot the round of the year so far with a five under par 67.

A round including 9 birdies a double bogey and two bogeys. Well done Scott.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Scott Law 44 John McCormick 42 Jack Hjorth 41 Ken Bardsley 41 Andrew Parsons 40 Brent Keene 38

Derek Boyle 38 Kevin Appleby 38 Dave Seager 37 Ben Jefferies 37

Junior

Barry Cavey 41 Don Matson 40 Richard Small 38 Terry Charlesworth 38 Addy Nieremeijer 38 Grant Clow 37

Andrew Macky 37 Darryl Baty 36

Twos - Scott Law - Andrew Parsons

Closest to Pin - Brent Keene

Longest Putt - Terry Charlesworth

 

CLUBDAY 7 APRIL 2019

 

Brent Keene heads the field today with 46 stableford points.

Ben Vincent missed a putt on the last to post a 4 under 68 and miss the best of the year score by one shot.

In the juniors the consistent Kevin Nickson headed the list with 43 points.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Brent Keene 46 Ben Vincent 44 Ben Jefferies 42 Andrew Johnston 41 Kevin Appleby 40 Tyne Watts 40 Derek Boyle 36 John McCormick 36

Junior

Kevin Nickson 43 Terry Charlesworth 42 Grant Morgan 41 Don Matson 41 Barry Slade 41 David Peryer 41 Dick Thomas 40 Addy Nieremeijer 40

Twos

Phillip Eyre Bill Fox Ken Bardsley Ben Vincent Kevin Appleby Tyne Watts

Longest Putt - Charlie Coles

Closest to PIn - Ben Jefferies

Next Week - Matson Tocker Trophy 9.30 Shotgun Start

 

 

 

Clubday 31 March 2019

 

Jack Hjorth cleans up at Pirongia

Jack Hjorth took out the Veterans Cup and The Secretaries Trophy and the senior scramble today.

The young 81 year old shot a 75 gross off his 15 handicap to shoot under his age again and have 48 stableford points.

Well done Jack.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Jack Hjorth 48 Brent Keene 45 Gary Russo 42 Hans Nieremeijer 40 Rob Taylor 39 Andrew Johnston 39 Ken Bardsley 38

Junior

Don Matson 42 Paul Davie 42 Ross Scown 40 Kevin Nickson 39 Darryl Baty 37 Jim Dunn 37 Addy Nieremeijer 35

Twos - Kevin Nickson - Barry Fordham - Bill Fox - Hans Nieremeijer - Garry Russo

Closest to Pin - Barry Fordham

Longest Putt - Brent Keene

Next Week - Scramble

 

Clubday 24th March 2019

 

Race to 300 finishes.

An exciting finish to the race to 300 saw Kevin Appleby and Hans Nieremeijer dead heat on the 14th hole to reach the targeted 300 stableford point mark. Third one hole behind was TC.

Scramble - Stableford

Senior Grant Frew 44 Doug Grantham 41 Jack Hjorth 40 Scott Law 39 Tyne Watts 39 Brent Keene 39 Kevin Appleby 39

Junior Ross Scown 43 Charlie Coles 41 TC 38 Ian Grey 37 Barry Cavey 36 Barry Fordham 35 Paul Davie 34 Darryl Baty 33

Closest to Pin - Darryl Baty

Longest Putt - Jack Hjorth

Twos - Garry Bowman - David Peryer - Doug Grantham

 

Club Day 17 March 2019

Division 1 pennants were hosted at Pirongia today. We hope they enjoyed the course. Members slotted in the field.

Scramble

Senior

Hans Nieremeijer 40 Kevin Appleby 39 Grant Frew 38 Phillip Eyre 37 Derek Boyle 36 Gary Russo 34

Junior

Kevin Nickson 38 TC 37 BC 37 Grant Morgan 36 Keith Ormsby 35 Dick Thomas 34

Twos - Phillip Eyre

Longest Putt - Derek Boyle

Closest to Pin - Jack Hjorth

 

 

Club Day 10th March 2019

 

Good day for golf today. Scoring did not reflect the conditions.

Scramble on Stableford.

Senior

Jack Hjorth 38 Tyne Watts 38 Brent Keene 38 Rob Taylor 37 Scott Law 37 Ken Bardsley 36 Ben Vincent 36 Gary Russo 35

Junior

Keith Ormsby 43 Barry Cavey 42 Barry Fordham 39 Rob Brettell 39 Paul Empson 37 Ron Cogswell 37 Kevin Nickson 36

Twos Kevin Appleby Garry Bowman Tyne Watts Rob Brettell Jack Hjorth Ross Scown Dick Thomas

Longest Putt - Brent Keene

Closest to Pin - Ben Vincent

Next week available tee off times to be advised by email due to Division One Pennants at Pirongia.

 

Club Day 3rd March 2019

With the Championship Pennants at Stewart Alexander we had an influx of visitors from Stewart Alexander today.

Again scoring was of summer standard with some excellent results.

Barry Fordham with an outstanding net 58 the highlight.

Scramble on Nett

Senior

Grant Frew 65 Bobby Rollenson 65 Denny Nunn 67 Gary Russo 68 Alex Cruickshank 68 Hans Nieremeijer 68 Roger Neal 68 Bill Fox 69 K Hawtin 70 Phil Blundall 70 Kevin Appleby 70 Rob Taylor 71 Jack Hjorth 72

Junior

Barry Fordham 58 Ian Grey 60 Terry Charlesworth 65 Charlie Coles 65 Grant Morgan 65 Grant Clow 66 Don Matson 67 Alan Ramsey 67 Dennis Morgan 68 Dave Lamb 68 Ron Cogswell 69 Dave Nicholson 69

Ladies

Sue Boulton 71 Addy Nieremeijer 71 Leigh Grylls 73 Debbie Pitcon 72 Kay Gregory 73

Twos

Bryce Pepperell Denny Nunn Barry Fordham Sue Pollock Tyne Watts Roger Neal Alan Ramsey

Longest Putt - G Grylls

Closest to Pin - Addy Nieremeijer  

Clubday 24th February 2019

Plenty of run on the fairways at the moment must be helping the scoring at present.

Scramble on Nett

Senior

Gary Russo 66 Murray Barclay 68 Tyne Watts 69 Ken Bardsley 69 Kevin Appleby 69 Bill Fox 70

Junior

Andrew Macky 65 Barry Cavey 69 Dave Lamb 70 Ian Grey 70 Kevin Nickson 71 Ross Scown 71 Ron Cogswell

Twos Dave Lamb Andrew Macky (2) Murray Barclay Rob Taylor Kevin Appleby Hans Nieremeijer

Junior Jackpot - Andrew Macky and Dave Lamb

Longest Putt - Scott Law

Closest to Pin - Murray Barclay

CLUBDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2019

RYAN CUP 2ND ROUND

Peter Morris tops the junior scores today with a +7 score on par.

In the seniors Josh Law continued his good form with a 2 under par 70 for +6.

Ryan Cup leaders after 2 rounds are Kevin Appleby and Derek Boyle on +11.

Scramble on Par

Senior

Josh Law +6 Derek Boyle +6 Kevin Appleby +6 Hans Nieremeijer +5 Matt Carson +5 Bill Fox +5 Jack Hjorth +5 Scott Law +3 Brent Keene +3 Sam Kennedy +2 Steve Law +2

Junior

Peter Morris +7 Ron Cogswell +5 TC +5 Grant Clow +4 Dave Lamb +2 Barry Cavey +2 Addy Nieremeijer +1

Twos

Dave Lamb Kevin Nickson Josh Law Jack Dunn Ken Bardsley Pete Morris (2) Barry Fordham (2)

Pete and Barry collect the junior jackpot $34.50 each

Closest to Pin - Pete Morris

Longest Putt - Derek Boyle

Next Week - 3rd Round Ryan Cup

24th February 1st Round Foote Newlands McCormick

Pirongia Clubday 3 February 2019

Ryan Cup 1st Round (best 2 of three rounds on par)

Great day for scoring well with plenty of run and true greens.

In the seniors, Ken Bardsley headed the field with +7, one shot ahead of Steve Law +6.

Addy Nieremeijer and Charlie Coles topped the juniors with +7.

Seniors

Ken Bardsley +7 Steve Law +6 Kevin Appleby +5 Jack Hjorth +5 Scott Law +5 Derek Boyle +5 Hans Nieremeijer +5

Juniors

Addy Nieremeijer +7 Charlie Coles +7 Lynda Morgan +6 Dave Lamb +6 Ian Grey +4 Ron Cogswell +4 Jim Dunn +3 TC +3 Grant Clow +3

Twos

Barry Slade

Longest Putt - Lynda Morgan

Closest to Pin - Hans Nieremeijer

Winner of the Summer Cup Dick Thomas 168 stableford points over 4 rounds. Runner up Bill Fox 160 points.

Pirongia Clubday 27 January 2019.

 

 

Josh Law shoots a three under 69 and 45 stableford points to win the senior scramble and January race to 500 points and the $50 dollar bar tab.

The round could have been even better except for a double bogey 5 on the par 3 9th, his last hole.

Bill Fox shot his age (78) to be runner up.

Dick Thomas headed the Junior division with 45.

Scramble

Senior

Josh Law 45 Bill Fox 44 Alec Cruickshank 43 Ken Bardsley 42 Hans Nieremeijer 40 John Dampney 39 Jack Dunn 39 Steve Law 38 Jack Hjorth 38 Ben Jefferies 38 Kevin Appleby 38

Junior

Dick Thomas 45 Grant Morgan 44 Dave Coupland 43 Ron Cogswell 43 Goerge King 42 Ross Scown 42 Lynda Morgan 42 Don Matson 41 TC 41 Dave Lamb 40

Twos Ken Bardsley Hans Nieremeijer Josh Law

Longest Putt - Barry Fordham

Closest to Pin - Ken Bardsley

Race to 300 Starts next week

Ringers start next week  

Club day 20 January 2019

 

Smaller field today with a few of the vets resting up for their 4 day festival of golf this week.

Good luck to those are representing the club at Cambridge, Waikare , Pirongia and Ngaruawahia.

Scramble - Stableford

Senior

Bill Fox 42 Rob Taylor 39 Garry Bowman 39 Phillip Eyre 37 Kevin Appleby 36.

Junior

Ron Cogswell 37 Dick Thomas 37 Grant Morgan 36 Charlie Coles 35 David Peryer 35 Don Matson 35.

Twos Kevin Appleby Rob Taylor Charlie Coles

Longest Putt - Brent Keene

Closest to Pin - no one got on the green

RACE TO 500 STARTS THIS WEEKEND

Its not too late to enter text gazza 0273133191 or tell the starter. Double Points available and $50 bar tab up for grabs

 

Club day 13th January 2018

The scoring was as good as the weather on course today

46 stableford points was needed to win the senior and junior divisions.

Senior

Kevin Appleby 46 Ken Bardsley 45 Brent Keene 44 Bill Fox 43 Matt Carson 42 Tyne Watts 41 Hans Nieremeijer 40

Junior

Dick Thomas 46 Terry Charlesworth 43 Dave Lamb 42 Addy Nieremeijer 42 Kevin Nickson 41 Grant Clow 41 Ron Cogswell 40 Guy Livingston 40 Darryl Baty 40 Barry Fordham 39

Twos Dick Thomas Kevin Appleby Rob Taylor Terry Charlesworth Brent Keene Ken Bardsley

Longest Putt - Guy Livingston

Closest to Pin - Ken Bardsley

Race to 300 starts 3 February

 

Sunday 6 January 2019

Phillip Eyre Benefit Day

 

Evergreen Pirongia Golfer Phillip Eyre had a great day of golf on Sunday.

The 12 handicapper shot a one over par 73 including 3 twos on holes 5 , 9 , 16.

He also scored the closest to the pin on hole 9, won the senior scramble with 47 stableford points and picked up the senior jackpot worth $34.50.

Scramble

Senior

Phillip Eyre 47 Garry Bowman 40 Ken Bardsley 39 Tyne Watts 37 Kevin Appleby 36

Junior

Kevin Nickson 42 Lynda Morgan 41 Dave Peryer 41 Dick Thomas 40 Grant Morgan 39 Charlie Coles 38 Pat Ryan 37

Twos Phillip Eyre (3) Jack Hjorth

Closest to Pin - Phillip Eyre

Longest Putt - Tyne Watts

Next three weeks Summer Cup

 

30 December 2018

Last Clubday for the year.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Bill Fox 43 Josh Law 42 Alex Cruickshank 42 Ken Bardsley 42 Tyne Watts 41 Kevin Appleby 39

Junior

Barry Fordham 41 Charlie Coles 39 Don Matson 37 Barry Cavey 36 Ron Cogswell 36

Twos

Kevin Nickson Jack Hjorth Garry Bowman

Longest Putt - Don Matson

Closest to Pin - Ian Coleman

Best of Year Scores

Sponsored by Talmage Kitchen Solutions

Mens Gross - Ash Smith 67 - 28 January 2018

Mens Nett - Steve Law 58 - 30 September 2018

Womens Gross - Denise Goile 79 - 22 March 2018

Womens Nett - Addy Nieremeijer 62 - 7 January 2018

Happy New Year to Everyone

1st Round Summer Cup 6 January 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Clubday 23 December 2018

A good field turned out today for the last scramble before the Christmas break.

Senior - Stableford

Ken Bardsley 42 Gary Russo 41 Tyne Watts 41 Phillip Eyre 41 Garry Bowman 39 Murray Barclay 38 Jack Hjorth 38

Junior - Stableford

Dick Thomas 42 Dave Peryer 41 Don Matson 40 Dave Lamb 38 Barry Cavey 38

Twos Ken Bardsley - Gary Russo - Tyne Watts

Longest Putt - Don Matson

Closest to Pin - Gary Russo

Merry Christmas to one and all.

Sunday December 16 2018

Champion of Champions and Consolation Cup.

 

Dave Lamb has 47 stableford points and wins the Champion of Champion Trophy.

Ken Bardsley wins the Consolation Cup.

Scramble on Stableford

Senior

Brent Keene 40 John McCormick 39 Kevin Appleby 39 Ken Bardsley 39 Derek Boyle 39 Bill Fox 38

Junior

Dave Lamb 47 Don Matson 43 Terry Charlesworth 42 Dick Thomas 40 Paul Davie 38 Barry Fordham 38 Pat Ryan 36

Twos Kevin Nickson,Tyne Watts,Garry Bowman Sean Bonenkamp,Pat Ryan

Longest Putt and Closest to Pin - Ken Bardsley

PIRONGIA GOLF CLUB 2018 CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT

Andrew Parsons won best overall gross with a 3 over 75

Best Netts

Senior - Dean Scott 66

Intermediate - Phillip Eyre 64

Junior - David Peryer 66

Ladies - Eileen Blackwood 74

Stableford

Senior

Derek Boyle 39,Matt Carson 39,Andrew Johnston 37,Kevin Appleby 37, Tyne Watts 37,Alex Cruickshank 37,Conrad Salisbury 36 Carl Miezenbeck 36.

Intermediate

Jack Hjorth 44,Hans Nieremeijer 41,Brendan Close 41,Howard Wynyard 41,Doug Grantham 39,Bill Fox 39,Daryl Baty 38,Kerry Newson 37

Junior

Dave Lamb 42,Don Matson 41,Jim Dunn 40,Jonathon Makuch 40,Bruce Goile 39,Paul Davie 39,Barry Fordham 38,Linc Quarrie 38,Brian Duffy 38

Ladies

Paula McFarlane 33,Addy Nieremeijer 33,Emma Yarndley 33,Andrea Vale 32, Di Stockdale 32.

Longest Drives Senior - Carl Miezenbeck

Intermediate - Ross Signal

Junior - Stu Yarndley

Ladies - Emma Yarndley

Closest to Pin

Senior - Gary Russo

Intermediate - Phillip Eyre

Junior - Jonathan Makuch

Ladies - Di Stockdale

Twos

Conrad Salisbury,Garry Bowman,Andrew Parsons,Gary Russo,Phillip Eyre  

 

2 December 2018

Tray Parkes Trophy and Race to 500 Final.

 

The Race to $500 winners were found.

1st - Ron Cogswell $500

2nd- Jack Hjorth $150

3rd- Scott Law $100

4th- Derek Boyle $70

Thank you to Kumar Holdings for sponsoring this year long contest.

The Tray Parkes Trophy is a nett competition for men and ladies.

Mens Winner - Phillip Eyre 66

Ladies Winner - Denise Goile 73

Scramble on Nett

Senior

Philip Eyre 66 Ken Bardsley 67 Kevin Appleby 68 Steve Law 70 Jack Hjorth 71 Dave Seager 72 Doug Grantham 72

Junior

Dave Lamb 68 Paul Davie 69 Charlie Coles 69 Ron Cogswell 70 Ross Scown 70 Barry Cavey 72 Ray Shaw 72 Grant Morgan 72 Denise Goile 73 Linda Morgan 74

Twos

Charlie Coles (and a birdie Junior Jackpot $200)

Scott Law Barry Cavey

Closest to Pin - Dave Seager

Longest Putt - Terry Charlesworth

 

 

Derek Boyle wins Bainbridge Rosebowl.

 

The heavens opened but this did not deter Derek Boyle from shooting 46 stableford points and winning the Bainbridge Rosebowl 8/6 over Kevin Appleby.

The Race to 500 was postponed to next week.

Scramble

Derek Boyle 46 Ken Bardsley 39 John McCormick 38 Kevin Appleby 36 Dave Lamb 35 Barry Cavey 32

Twos - Derek Boyle

Longest Putt - Hans Nieremeijer

Closest to Pin - Barry Cavey.

AGM this Sunday 9.30am followed by Tray Parkes Trophy and closed christmas tournament

CLUBDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2018

Semi Final Bainbridge Rosebowl

Last 4 decided for the Race to 500

Derek Boyle had to go down the 19th hole to beat Garry Russo.

Derek will face off against Kevin Appleby who accounted for Ken Bardsley 3/2.

The race to 500 dropped off another 4 players this week. This leaves Scott Law - Ron Cogswell - Jack Hjorth and Derek Boyle to battle out the final of the race to 500 next week.

Scramble Results.

Senior

Bill Fox 41 Brent Keene 41 Derek Boyle 41 Hans Nieremeijer 40 Murray Barclay 40 Gary Russo 39 Jack Hjorth 39 Kevin Appleby 39

Junior

Grant Morgan 43 Ray Shaw 42 Barry Fordham 42 Terry Charlesworth 41 Don Matson 40 Ron Cogswell 40 Dave Lamb 39 Pat Ryan 38 Rob Brettell 37

Twos Jack Dunn (2) Jackpot $8.50 Bill Fox

Longest Putt - Gary Russo

Closest to Pin - Terry Charlesworth

 

SPONSORS DAY WINNERS - WHEELER FENCING

11 November Club Day

Seniors

Scoring was so hot today 40 points did not collect in the senior division. Both Gary Russo and Rob Taylor shot 76's for 45 points each.

Runner up was Phillip Eyre with 44

Jack Hjorth 43 Garry Bowman 41 Derek Boyle 41 Kevin Appleby 41

Juniors

Dick Thomas 45 Ron Cogswell 44 David Peryer 43 Barry Fordham 41 Don Matson 40 Kevin Knickson 39 TC 39 Grant Clow 38 Barry Cavey 38

Twos Bill Fox (2) Senior Jackpot $21.00

Dick Thomas

Don Matson

Gary Russo

Long Putt - Ray Shaw

Closest to Pin - Gary Russo

Bainbridge Rosebowl

Gary Russo beat Scott Law 6/5

Derek Boyle beat Garry Bowman 1 up

Ken Bardsley beat Hans Nieremeijer 2/1

Kevin Appleby beat Don Matson 3/2

Semi finals next week Race to 500 last 8 reduced to last 4 next week.  

4 November: Bainbridge Rosebowl Round 1

Round 1 of the Bainbridge Rosebowl took place on Sunday. Results were:

Gary Russo won by default over Kevin Nickson

Scramble

Kevin Appleby played in the windy conditions that prevailed on Sunday. His 42 stableford points were 2 better than the next best in both divisions.

Senior

Junior

Twos

 

Longest Putt:

Closest to Pin:

28 October: Te Awamutu Sports Hockey Club Tournament

A good number of golfers (and non-golfers) turned out for the annual hockey club tournament.After some overnight rain fine weather prevailed for excellent conditions and good scoring.

Division 1:

Gross:

  • Scott Law; 72

Nett:

  • Dean Scott; 64

Stableford:

  • Rob Taylor 44

  • John McCormick, Garry Bowman , C Cavanagh, Jeff Rendall, Ken Bardsley; 40

  • A Lowe, Kevin Appleby, Gary Russo; 40

  • Phillip Eyre, John Irving, Howard Wynyard 39

Division Two

Gross

  • Hans Nieremeijer; 85

Nett

  • Bob Coleman 62

Stableford

  • David Peryer, Terry Charlesworth, 43

  • Dean Gray, Dave Lamb, 42

  • Rowan Moorhouse, 41

  • Grant Clow; 40

  • Ray Davies, Greg Te Huia; 39

  • Dennis Morgan, Jack Hjorth, Ross Scown, Alan Ford; 37

Women:

Gross:

  • Ani Bahler; 94

Nett:

  • Addy Nieremeijer; 71

Stableford

  • Elaine Troutbeck

  • Eugene Weimer

  • Raewyn Coleman

  • Denise Goile

  • Cindy Dearing

  • Karen Campton

  • Sally Davies

  • Christine Lloyd

  • Alma Goodwin

  • Rewa Hawira

  • Toni Coleman

Twos:

  • Adam Ryburn

  • Rob Taylor

  • John Irving

  • Gary Russo

  • Hans Nieremeijer

21 October: Grant Clow Aces 13th

Grant Clow was the toast of Pirongia Golf Club on Sunday when he aced the 13th hole. Well done Grant!

Sunday Scramble:

WIth the winter conditions now well gone, placing was reduced to own fairways again. As expected, the scoring has taken a bit of a hit, although Kevin Nickson and Barry Cavey didn't get that memo. Their socres of 48 and 46 points respectively easily accounted for the major prizes in the junior division. Rob Taylor and Kevin Appleby took out the senior division with far less flair. THey both scored 43 points.

Results (Stableford):

Senior:

Junior:

Aces:

Two's:

 

Longest Putt:

Closest to the Pin:

 

14 October: Blind Drawn Pairs

Today was a blind drawn pairs stableford competition. The winning pair was Pat Ryan and Ken Bardsley with a combined 80 stableford points. Three other pairs put together 74 points.

Results (Combined Stableford):

Twos:

Longest Putt:

Closest to Pin:

7 October: Brent Keene racks up 50 stableford points.

Following on from Steve Law and his 50 points last week Brent Keene shot an even par 72 off the stick on a 14 handicap to aquire 50 points and win the senior scramble.

Regular visitor Riverside's Doug Grantham played well for 45 to be second.

Grant Morgan with 45 headed the juniors.

Scramble Results (Stableford):

Senior:

Junior:

Longest Putt:

Closest to the Pin:

Twos:

30 September: Pitchford Trophy Final

Charlie Coles and John McCormick are the 2018 Pitchford Trophy Champions. In a very closely fought out final, Coles and McCormick overcame Derek Boyle and Hans Nieremeijer 1 up.

Scramble

Steve Law decided that it was time to play good golf for the first time in a while and left the field in his dust by scoring 50 points. After proudly bringing up a ton at Te Awamutu on Tuesday, 17 handicapper, Law went to the other extreme and shot 75 off the stick. Dave Seager was the next best with 44 points followed by Scott Law. Scott Law posted his second consecutive under par round with a tidy 68.

Addy Nieremeijer didn't want to have to drive Hans home and posted 50 points to ensure that wouldn't happen, Her score just happened to win the junior division also. Charlie Coles played well for 44 points for second with Paul Davie one point back on 43.

Scramble Results (Stableford)

Senior:

Junior:

Two's

Jackpot

Closest to the pin

Longest Putt

 

23rd September: Pitchford Trophy Semi Finals

Another beautiful Spring day greeted the semi-finalists of the Pitchford Trophy on Sunday. Charlie Coles and partner John McCormick took on Rob Taylor and Brent Keene in the first semi and came up trumps. Coles was the difference here recording a 66 nett. The other semi-final was a close affair. Hans Nieremeijer and Derek Boyle took the honours on the 18th hole over Phillip Eyre and Paul Davie. On the 18th Hole, Hans Nieremeijer hit the approach of the day on 18 to 5 feet. This put the pressure on Davie, the only other player that could halve the hole with a birdie. He couldn't find the inspiration however and the match was taken by Nieremeijer and Boyle.

Goodwright Contracting Scramble

The members of Pirongia Golf Club would like to thank Goodwright Contracting for sponsoring todays scramble.

Scoring was a lot better in the Junior division than the seniors today. Many of the seniors found the dry and hard greens unreceptive and with many pins cut near the front, it was hard to stop an approach near the pins. Barry Fordham excelled in the conditions however, scoring a wopping 47 points and cleaning out the junior division by 5 points. Three players, Dave Peryer, Ian Grey and Charlie Coles all tied for 2nd.

Scott Law found some magic on the 18th hole to seal the senior scramble honours. He put his tee shot through the green and then chipped in for a eagle 2 and finished with 40 points. Kevin Appleby and Derek Boyle were tied for 2nd on 38 points.

Scramble Results (Stableford)

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16th September: Pitchford Trophy Round 1

With only 8 pairs entered into the Pirchford Trophy this year, the shortened competitionstarted today. Rob Taylor and Brent Keene were to consistent and were able to comfortably beat Scott Law and Ben Vincent 4 and 2. They will meet Charlie Coles and John McCormick in the semi-final after Coles and McCormick took care of Kevin Nickson and Dave Lamb. The other semi final will see Phillip Eyre and Paul Davie meet Derek Boyle and Hans Nieremeijer. Eyre and Davie beat Gary Bowman and Tyne Watts while Boyle and Nieremeijer beat Barry Cavey and Terry Charlesworth.

Scramble

Ray Shay came out of hibernation with a rush today. Playing for the first time since March, he proceeded to rack up 45 points to win the Junior scramble. Kevin Nickson wasn't far behind with 43 points and Jack Hjorth was 3rd with 42 points. Gary Russo continied his good form of late to win the senior scramble with 41 points from steve Law on 39 and John McCormick on 38.

Scramble Results (Stableford):

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Jackpot:

Two's

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9th September: Scott Law Completes Triple Double.

Scott Law has completd the triple double (strope play, match play champion) today after winning the Pirongia Golf Clubs Match Play Champs.

After postponement last Sunday, the weather was a treat today but a strengthening winds made conditions trickey. Law jumped out to a 5 up lead in the opening fron 9 after shooting a 3 under total of 33. Dave Seager had no answer for Laws efforts. Both players then struggled on the back nine but wins on the 17th and 18th saw Seager cut Law's lead to 3 up.

After lunch, Seager continued to claw himself back into the match and after 27 holes Law's lead was down to 1. The back nine continued in the same vain with Law opening doors and Seager taking advantage. Seager won both the 29th and 30th to take the lead for the first time. The pair traded holes on the 31st and 32nd before Law made birdie on the 33rd to level the scores. Law then made a good 8 foot putt on the 34th to keep the match all square. Pars on the 35th saw both players headong down 18 all square.

An agressive drive by Law down 18 left him 30 meters short of the green. Seager went more conservative and had 100 meters to the pin but had to avoid the tree 20 meters ahead. Unfortunately, Seager pulled the shot slightly and it caught the tree, essentially ending the match then and there. Law calmly chipped and putted out for a par to win 1 up.

The intermediate champion is Rob Taylor after he dominated his match against Phillip Eyre. After 18 holes, Taylor was comfortable at 5 up. Eyre tried valliantly and cut the lead to 3 after 27 holes but couldn't improve on that and eventually went down 4 and 3.

Don Matson won the Junior division after Dave Strawbridge had to default with a back problem. Ross Scown beat Terry Charlesworth 2 and 1 to take out the Junior B division.

Scramble Results:

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Junior (Par):

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Closest to the Pin:

2nd September: Match Play Finals Postponed

Due to the forcast weather, a good early call was made to postpone the match play finals unti the 9th September. Initially, the weather held off, but about 10:00 the heaven opened and steady rain persisted for the morning. 

Fifteen hardy soles turned out anyway and managed to play nine holes before play was discontinued. In the conditions, the scoring was still very good. Addy Nieremeijer was the best with 22 points ahead of five others on 21.

Scramble Results (Stableford):

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Longest Putt:

Closest to the Pin:

Drone Flyover of 1st hole.

I am slowly in the process of adding flyovers of the holes to "The Course" page. To see an example of what it may look like click here to see the first hole.

Presidents Welcome

Welcome

Hello and welcome to the Pirongia Golf Club website. We hope that its contents are of value, whether you intend being a casual visitor or a potential club member.

Most clubs have a characteristic or two which sets them apart from other clubs and Pirongia is no exception. An obvious feature is the background setting of Mount Pirongia with its tidy, pastured,lower slopes, contrasting against the bush clad upper reaches. The close proximity to the bush provides, particularly during the spring months, an abundance of tui, as well as smaller numbers of kaka (NZ native parrot) and kereru, our native pigeon. Additional to this, the Waipa River and its tributary, the Mangapiko Stream, enhance the view from parts of the course.

Making the Pirongia Golf Club unique is the race track, integrated into the course, which is used once a year for the well known Pirongia Boxing Day races. The transformation of the golf course to a race track, with attendances of up to 10,000 people, and then back to a golf course, with just over one days play unavailable, bears testimony to another invaluable characteristic of Pirongia ... a great spirit of co-operation and voluntary help. It is this which also enables the golf club to keep the course in a neat and tidy condition, whilst maintaining very low costs of membership.

Should your visit coincide with our club day and our usual tee-off times, please make yourself known to the starting official who will arrange a playing group for you. Your presence is most welcome and we wish you an enjoyable round.

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