Who Cares About Handicaps Anyway!

What a week in golf for the players at Keith. Two rounds of golf and no players running on a profit for their effort. Warm conditions greeted competitors for both rounds, but the added element of ‘wind’ seemed to play a role on both days. On Wednesday the Ladies turned out for the Fit for […]

Bradley Sets Down the Law..

Bradley Sherriff stepped up to mark at Keith Golf Course to win Saturday’s Par round sponsored by Hedges Clay Spreading. On a day that produced a typically tight rounds of golf for most players, good holes were punctuated by setbacks to the momentum gained, eventually wearing down most scores, a high level of consistency was […]

Bill Gets his Jacket as the Eagle Soars again

In a great day of handicap breaking golf, Bill Dunn rose from the pack to win the Green Jacket at the Keith Masters, sponsored by Wickham Flower & Co on Saturday. With the shot making accurate and spectacular scores the result it was Dunn who produced the cleanest of rounds as he shot an 83, […]

The Jones Boy Plays it Above Par

In good conditions players came out to play some serious golf as the winter season starts to set in, but it was the Jones boy who was a stand out on Saturday at Keith Golf course. Playing in the South East Blinds and Awnings Par round, Graham Jones was the only player to shoot above […]

Morris takes the Easter Glory

Andrew Morris put in the extra yards and took the glory in Saturday’s Easter Stableford at Keith Golf Club. On a glorious afternoon for golf, players started to get their game going for the winter ahead. Recent practice paid off for Morris as led the C grade charge, being a little too consistent for Dean […]

Leek Leaves Barry with the Crumbs..

Simon Leek produced a powerful round of Nett 67 to take out the Frank Mugg Stroke round at Keith Golf Club on Saturday. With a return to his normal power hitting form Leek produced a faultless round in the good early season conditions to shoot six under on his handicap. Players generally came out with […]

Time to experience some white ball madness!

The summer devoted have been doing it, the winter (and autumn) troupe have at times visited to test the feel of the green… and for those who have just got the hitting bug it’s time to dust of the bag and clean out the spiders, and in some cases mice that manage to infest the […]

O’Neill Leaves the Field Behind

Saturday’s stroke round at Keith Golf Club proved to be a one horse race as Daren O’Neill blasted his way to a nine shot victory. With the warmth of spring building up O’Neill loosened up the swing and took command in a confident display, blasting his way to a handicap redefining 85, Nett 64. A […]

When Two is Better than One

Closing Day for the winter golf season brought another taste of spring as temperatures went into the 20s at Keith on Saturday. With a Two Ball Ambrose to be played players turned out in reasonable numbers considering the involvement of most of Keith in Grand Final football and netball. With the course taking on more […]

Rivetting Stuff!

The club sponsored Par round on Saturday produced some high standard golf as players warmed to the spring conditions. With the warm weather loosening up the muscles Pete Rivett returned to some good form as he fired a +5 for the round to win the day. As the weather dried up the greens got a […]

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