OPINION: Golfers relish great conditions in hunt for glory

OPINION: Players are still enjoying the great condition of the course and again this was evident in the weekend scores.

At least 40 points was needed to win any grade, with Bob Denelzen's 42 points the best, taking out B-grade from Len Brett on 40.

Russ Sherrington kept up his consistent form, winning C-grade with 41 points from John Bryant on 38. Jeff Milburn won A-grade with 40 points from Craig Backer on 38.

In the women's division, Gay Christie's 35 points was good enough to win by a shot from visiting and past member Sandi Nock.

Local golfer Kate Law teamed up with Gold Coast's Amy Walsh to win the Queensland Women's Foursomes Championships at Wynnum Golf Club last Sunday.

Their scores of 71 and 78 saw them win by 12 shots, but what I found amazing was they had a stretch through their first round which included eight birdies in 10 holes.

You don't hear that happening often, especially in the foursomes format.

Our junior pennant team travelled to Isis last Sunday to play Bundaberg and unfortunately they lost 3 and 2.

There were a lot of close games but congratulations should go to Lachlan Hancock and Emily Burns on their wins.

Special mention should go to Emily as this was her first pennant and match play game.

This Easter weekend sees a lot of different formats of the game being played over the four days.

On Friday there will be a single stableford, Saturday is the Monthly Mug, Sunday is the Sports Team Challenge and Monday a medley stableford.

There is still plenty of room for social play, so phone the Proshop for times on 4121 3765.

Those who want to play on Sunday should book in at the Proshop and remember it is a noon shotgun start.