Twelve under highlight of Grange tournament

A twelve under par and an eagle on a par five was enough for a star-studded quartet to be crowned this year's Grange Golf Club's annual tournament winners.

Kaylene Cameron, Mal Cameron, Ian Hyslop and Peter Rathgeber combined for a 12 under par 59 to take out the Ben Roberts Golf City Ballarat four person Ambrose.

Kaylene Cameron, Mal Cameron, Ian Hyslop and Peter Rathgeber combined for a 12 under par 59 to take out the Ben Roberts Golf City Ballarat four person Ambrose.

Kaylene Cameron, Mal Cameron, Ian Hyslop and Peter Rathgeber combined for a 12 under par 59 to take out the Ben Roberts Golf City Ballarat four person Ambrose.

Their best hole came when they landed an eagle on the par five 12th hole.

Seven shots behind the winning group was Trevor Quarrell senior, Trevor Quarrell junior, Mark Quarrell and Steve Johnston who all play outside of the Grange Golf Club at Glenorchy and Mount Difficult Golf Clubs.

The Quarrells and Johnston scored 66 defeating Geoff and Mal Elliott, Jacob Davies and Garth Goodwin and Lois Dunne, Robyn Iles, Marianne Mitchell and Neil McIntosh all on a countback.

Robert Bullen, Di Burton, John Hosking and Peter Davis were the handicap winners with a nett score of 566<2044>8, while for the runner up team, it was a real family affair.

The father, daughter and grandsons combination of Geoff Gehan, Kellie Gehan and Rikki and Charlie McIntosh produced a nett score of 576<2044>8.

Nearest the pin winners for the men were Peter Davis on the second hole, Jacob Davies on the seventh, Mark Quarrell on the ninth, Peter Bartholomew on the 10th and Geoff Gehan on the 14th.

Nearest the pin for the ladies were Kaylene Cameron on the second hole, Robyn Iles on the seventh and 14th, Marianne Mitchell on the ninth and Kellie Gehan on the 10th.

The golfing action continued on Sunday with Mal and Kaylene Cameron recording their second win in as many days, taking out the Mixed Pinehurst with a score of 74.

Robert Bullen and Jenny Bass were runners up four shots behind on 78.

Handicap winners were Di Burton and sponsor of the event Bruce Cameron of Drummond Golf when they finished on nett 697<2044>8 while the handicap runner ups were husband and wife duo from Wallaloo Gary and Emma Cameron with a nett 702<2044>8.

The men's stroke handicap winner was Neil McIntosh of Mount Difficult Golf Club with a one over par 72 or a nett score of 64.

Bill Hughes was the runner up with a nett 71.

Nearest the pin winners were Di Burton and Neil McIntosh on the second hole, Nick Seeary and Kaylene Cameron on the seventh, Robert Bullen and Kaylene Cameron on the ninth, Robert Bullen and Jan Alborough on the 10th and John Hosking and Kaylene Cameron on the 14th.

The Queen's Birthday public holiday saw an extra day of golf played with Rex Konig and Ivan Reinheimer winning on 47 points on a countback from Nick Seeary and Bob Cashin.

The ladies winners were Landsborough team Muriel Hart and Bernadette O'Callaghan with 46 points finishing ahead of Linda Maher and Eunice Balle on 42 points.

Kaylene Cameron led the way on the short holes, claiming four of the five nearest the pins with Jenny Bass the nearest on the seventh.

The nearest the pins in the men were Bob Cashin on the second, Mal Cameron on the seventh and the ninth, Nick Seeary on the 10th and Kevin Jakobi on the 14th.

Ladies nearest the pin over the tournament went to Kaylene Cameron on the second hole just 2.94 centimetres away and Pam Franklin on the 14th at 2.52 centimetres.

Tomorrow is the Grange Club Day commencing at 12 noon followed by the first round of the fourball best ball bogey championship on Sunday.

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