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The weather has generally been good for golf over the last month, apart from the odd blustery Sunday and damp week day, but nothing to deter the “keen” golfer. Twenty of our male members enjoyed balmy weather on their annual golf trip in Australia last month. This year the guys played four courses they hadn’t played before in the Coolum area, north of Brisbane, all with ‘water’ in their title! The trip went without a hitch, although a late bus to the airport almost delayed the homeward bound travellers.

Well done to all those members who turned up to the recent club working bees to get rid of the leaves out of the drains. As with any successful club it is the hours of volunteer work that keep things ticking along.

Interclub competitions have all finished for the year. Martinborough is hoping to do a lot better next year! The Club Championships start in September. Coming up this month:

Ambrose Tournament as a fundraiser for new golf carts on Friday 12 August. Teams of four, $100.00 per team, entries to Club Secretary, Sue Berger @ the office.

The Trust House Bottle’O Lefties/Righties Tournament is on Sunday 21 August

Honor Clark

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