Humphries becomes third generation winner of The Grange Club Championship
The Grange Club Championships
Dylan Humphries is the third generation of the Humphries family to have won The Grange’s A Grade Club Championship, emulating the feat of his grandfather John and father Darren.
After 36 holes, Humphries was trailing leader Trent Cadger by three strokes. However, with his round 3 and 4 scores of 70 and 69 being 5 under par, he was able to pull away for a seven stroke win with a 72 hole total of six over par 294. Cadger finished second on 301 with Matthew Mitchell third on 304.
Wayne Douglass took out the B Grade title with his 348 total giving him a fifteen shot margin. Glen Harris on 363 and Daniel Adlington on 366 claimed second and third respectively.
John May’s was a clear winner in C grade with his 72 hole total of 365 which saw him win by 15 strokes from Lindsay Colquhoun (360). Greg Moon was a further two strokes behind in third place.
The Senior Champion was Steve Smith 331 gave him a comfortable 12 stroke win over Roger Dean.
Nett Champions were Matthew Mitchell (A Grade) 294, John Stark (B Grade) 301, Lindsay Colquhoun (C Grade) 304 and Roger Dean (Senior) 299.
Links Shell Cove Championships
Thomas Holz has taken out the 2019 Links Shell Cove club championships with rounds of 72,71,64 and 68 to finish on 5 under par 275. Holz who trailed by one after two rounds played the final 36 holes in eight under par to win by 11 shots. James Hegarty birdied the 72nd hole to finish second, one ahead of Danny Nesbitt. The A reserve champion is Andrew McColl after consistent rounds of 76,76,80,78 for a total of 310, with Craig Farnham runner-up on 317. A playoff was required in B grade between Michael Tuite and Mark Beale after both finished on 338. Tuite was successful in the playoff and was crowned B grade champion. A three shot swing on the final hole saw Cos Scazzariello overtake Charles Hore to be crowned C grade champion. Scazzariello finished on 361 and Hore 363. The senior title saw Grant Meredith victorious with 295, with Graham Leake 15 shots back in second.
Stefanie Hall is the ladies champion after rounds of 73 and 72.