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GOLF ROUNDUP

Golf Roundup compiled and edited by Chris Taewa. If you have a story, tournament to promote or results you wish to have printed, contact The Gisborne Herald at 869-0633 or email sports@gisborneherald.co.nz

Tolaga Bay

GINGER Watts is not a Spice Girl but she produced some girlpower to leave the males choking on her exhaust fumes on Sunday.

Watts won the stableford with 38 points, two ahead of the chasing male pack led by Rongo Pomana (36).

SUNDAY — Stableford: G Watts 38, R Pomana 36, Taine Lincoln 33, T Higgs 33, joe Lincoln 32.

COMING UP: SUNDAY, Christmas tournament, 8am and 12 noon tee-offs.

Electrinet Park

EVAN Parkin so enjoyed the taste of winning the Tuesday veterans' stableford last week he went back for more on Saturday.

Parkin had 37 points on Tuesday and 38 points for his round of 84-14-70 on Saturday, including a two.

Matt Henwood is setting the pace in the Diggit Gizzy Thursday twilight shootout qualification.

The top 10 scorers at the end of the 20-round twilight series next year go on to contest the 9-hole elimination final.

The winner of that pockets $1000.

The qualification format is aggregate stableford from a player's top five scores before the Christmas holiday break and top five of the 10 rounds after Christmas.

Henwood already has a best-five total of 101, four of those 20 points or better.

The field is filling fast for the Christmas hams open tournament on Sunday, December 5.

Note that there will be requirements due to the region expected to be in the red level of the Covid-19 Protection Framework.

SUNDAY — Men's stableford: Z Boyle from L Hayes, D Rameka.

SATURDAY — Men's stableford: E Parkin 38, G Hill 38.

Twos: E Parkin.

TUESDAY (Nov 16) — Veteran men's stableford: E Parkin 37, B Lumsden-Nicholls 36, P Hogan 36, P Wellard 35, W Brown 34, C Brown 34, C Aramakutu 33, B Cameron 33.

Twos: G Williams.

COMING UP: SUNDAY, Dec 5, Christmas hams open tournament, rescheduled from Nov 22.

Patutahi

JENNY Ruru broke a century for the first time since November 2019 en route to winning the women's net on Sunday.

Ruru shot 98-30-68.

Dwayne Russell had four birdies in his 68-+1-69, which won him the senior men's division while Mike de Luze was consistency personified in his junior men's win. He mixed eight pars with 10 bogeys.

SUNDAY — Women's net: J Ruru 68, H Pomana 70, D Johnston 71, A Haisman 71.

Men's net, senior division: D Russell 69, P Hokianga 69, L Anania 70.

Junior division: M de Luze 66, C Brown 68, P Johnston 70.

FRIDAY — Meat pack 9-hole stableford, senior division: L Maynard 21, M Smith 20, B Wallace 19, J Blair 19 on c/b.

Junior division: A Haisman 19, G Holland 19, D Dodgshun 19, I Tietjen 18 on c/b.

Te Puia Springs

HAZEL and Jack Miratana had a Sunday to remember at the Springs.

Hazel won the women's shootout final while Jack won the Musgrave Cup men's stableford.

Seven women contested the final. They warmed up on the 10th and 11th holes, then got into the elimination competition proper on the 12th.

Doreen Goldsmith was first to go, followed by Robyn Ngatai, Georgina Roberts, Hiria McClutchie, and Pauline Summersby.

That left Iritana Ngarimu and Hazel the last two standing.

Jack was a clearcut winner of the Musgrave Cup, thanks to a fine round of 89-27-62, for 40 points.

SUNDAY — Musgrave Cup men's stableford: J Miritana 89-27-62, 40; H Rasmussen 83-18-65, 37; M Higham 78-11-67, 35; R Walker 89-22-67, 35; G Summersby 94-26-68, 34.

Waikohu

TOM Smith eased to a three-stroke win in the 9-hole net on Sunday.

Smith carded net 31, with Uma Chambers, Tama Brown and Kahu Tamanui all on 34.

SUNDAY — 9-hole net: T Smith 31, U Chambers 34, T Brown 34, K Tamanui 34, M Tuapawa 29, E Wynyard 32.

COMING UP: SATURDAY, Waikohu Christmas Cheer, 11.30am tee-off.

Poverty Bay

MAXINE Francois last signed for a sub-90 card at Poverty Bay nearly five years ago.

Yesterday she ended that official drought in victorious style at the Property Brokers Christmas open tournament.

Francois won the 18-hole stableford with 89-20-69, for 41 points.

Te Puia Springs' Iritana Ngarimu was second on 39 while home-course players Marg Colebourne and Rosie Spence had 38.

Lesley Daniels won the 9-holers' stableford with 19 points.

Nearly 70 players competed.

Peri Gayford had her best round in two years in winning the women's stableford on Monday with 91-24-67, for 43 points.

WEDNESDAY — Property Brokers women's open Christmas tournament, 18-hole stableford: M Francois 41, I Ngarimu 39, M Colebourne 38, R Spence 38, L Fletcher 37, M Lane 37, C Skuse 37, L Holmberg 36, J Muir 36, F Pell 36.

9-hole stableford: L Daniels 19, M Powdrell 17, J French 17, J Newman 17, J Alderson 16, L Plowman 16.

Nearest the line: J Steele.

Approaches: K Hay, B Whyte, P Wanklyn.

9-holers' second-best shot on 6: J Ngarimu, B Dickson.

MONDAY — Women's stableford: P Gayford 43, V Fraser 40.

COMING UP: SATURDAY, Dec 4, Primo Cup finals followed by club prize-giving (rescheduled from original date); SUNDAY, Dec 12, Taste One Christmas hams open tournament, first 144 paid entries, enter at pro shop.