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Pennant Report after 5 Rounds:

Division One (Scratch) Well after 5 Rounds of Pennant Division 1 made the Final at Portland with a gutsy win against a very determined Timboon Golf Club. Well done to Shane and his Troops, the boys will come up against Warrnambool Golf Club in Portland with a time (TBA)

Division Three (Scratch) After 5 Rounds the Division 3 Boys will play in the final against East Framlingham in Portland. The boys had a forfeit today at Framlingham against Timboon who were savage by injury and unavailability’s. This division was a very close competition and we are looking to the final on Sunday at Portland with the Time (TBA)

Division 1 (Handicap) they suffered another lose today. But they fort the year out and will bounce back stronger next year. Well done Evan and Tony and to all the players that played all year.

Division 3 (Handicap) This team is the unluckiest team that we have as it missed out on the finals by just 1 game. They had a good win today against Warrnambool at Mortlake 4games to 1 and missed out by 1 game on a finals appearance well done to Lachie and his team.

Pennant Report after 4 Rounds:

Division One (Scratch) are still in the hunt with a 4/3 win today at Heywood Golf Club against Portland Golf club in Good Conditions, all they have to do is win another game this weekend in Hamilton.

Division Three (Scratch) had a great win today at Timboon 4/3 against a Competitive Lake Bolac in Heavy Conditions. They have one more match to go at East Framlingham this weekend.

Division 1 (Handicap) they suffered another lose today. But the boys represented Port Fairy Golf Club with great distinction but just couldn’t get the cookies again but tried hard for a 2/3 Loss at Peterborough against Cobden

Division 3 (Handicap) these boys suffered a Loss at Port Fairy today against a strong Cobden Outfit, but they are still in the hunt for a finals spot, with a strong win against Warrnambool next week at Mortlake.

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Latest results


Port Fairy Golf Club Saturday Results for 28th May 2016

Event – Stableford

Players –134


A Grade winner – Darren Beks (40)

Runner up – Luke Dywer (37)


B Grade Winner – Evan McLaren (15) 39 points

Runner Up – Phil Laird (16) 37 points


C Grade Winner – John Chittick (32) 37 points

Runner Up – Daryl Gavin (24) 36 points on countback


Women’s Winner – Linda Creek (21) 37 points

Runner Up – Nicky Atkinson (33) 36 points


Nearest The Pins

1st – Darren Beks

4th – Steve Uebergang

8th – Chris Dunn

11th – Damian Dobson

13th – Bryan McGarvie

15th – Evan McLaren

Women’s 8th – Linda Creek

Super Pin – Chris Dunn $93

Eagles Nest – jackpot

Balls Down To – 32 points

Wednesday pro comp results for 25th May 2016

Players - 60

Winner – Brendan Rix (10) 42 points

Runner up – Paul McNamara (18) 39 points

Third place – Daryl O’Neill (15) 38 points on countback



4th – Shane Gurnett

8th – Dennis King

11th – Daryl O’Neill

15th – Brendan Rix

Superpin – Dennis King $37


Balls down to – 31 points


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Consistently ranked as one of "Australia's 50 Best Courses" and one of the "25 Best Public Access Courses in Australia" this classic links style course winds its way through unspoilt sand dunes and provides spectacular views of the Southern Ocean.

"Those familiar with the golf course at Port Fairy will know that it is a precious and unique layout. Nowhere else in Victoria is golf played so close to the ocean or along dune land of such quality.

The gently rolling sand dunes of Port Fairy Golf Club have been largely unaltered by man, only mown in order to define fairways and rough giving rise to a wonderful natural 'feel'.

The club is developing a higher profile amongst the golfing community, earning the reputation of a golf course worth traveling a long way to play - almost to the point of enjoying 'cult' status."

Excerpts from Michael Clayton Golf Design Masterplan for Port Fairy Golf Club

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