Winner: Brad Beaumont (left) is presented with the prestigious Naracoorte Cup by club captain Michael Porter.

The winter tournament and Naracoorte Cup were held at the Naracoorte Golf Club last weekend and attracted a great number of visitors from clubs in the surrounding district.

The Saturday event was sponsored by BarrieMoyle andAssociates and Limestone Coast Golf where a field of 65 playersparticipated in an aggregate stableford event.

The day belonged to Charlie Le who blitzed the course with a superb round to amass a whopping 46 stableford points. Playing off a 16 handicap, Le broke 80 for his first time in competition and returned one of the best scores recorded at the Naracoorte Golf Club for many years. Troy Bates was Le’s fortunate partner and was able to manage a respectable 31 points for a combined total of 77 points to win the competition.

The runners-up were Henry Schinckel with a return to form with 41 points and his partner Michael Parker who had 35 points for a collective total of 76 points. Balls were awarded to Ryan Paech and Mitch Hartree (73), Max Clifford and Adrian Zerk (71), Sam Jude and Scott Lawrie (68) and Trevor Smith and Brad Beaumont (66).

The ladies competition was won by Jill Steen and Jo Callaghan with a combined total of 71 points. Runners-up were Michelle Justin and Vickie Snodgrass with 61 points from Jan O’Shaughnessy and Sue Pannell with 60 points.

The nearest to the pins were won by Brian Norcock on the third, Richard Barnes on the fifth, Michael Redman on the seventh, Jenny Castine on the seventh, Mick Porter on the 12th and Liam Walter on the 16th.

The Naracoorte Cup was held on Sunday and played over 27 holes. Naracoorte Toyota and Barrett Petroleum provided exceedingly generous sponsorship for the event as they have done for the past 25+ years.

The winner of this year’s Naracoorte Cup was BradBeaumontwho had an opening round of 78 – 8 = 70 before playing his final nineholes in 40 strokes to claim the major prize of the day.

In A grade, Beaumont took out the netprize comfortably from James Norcock.In B grade, the netwinner was Michael Redman with 116.5 from captain Mick Porter with 120. In C grade, Jamie Partridge won the netevent with 114.5 from Lance McLean with 122.

The stroke events in each grade were won by Darren Bilney in A grade with 108, Wayne Hawkins in B grade with 143 and Terry Paech in C grade with 147.The nearest to pins were won by Greg Hutchison on the fifthand Barry Snook on the 12th.

The Dewars Cup was won by James Norcock, Trevor Smith, Darren Bilney and Brad Beaumont.

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