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Building Form for the Keith Open Weekend.

The standard of golf went up over the last two weeks as players get into the swing of things for the Keith Ladies and Men’s Opens. Close scores were the feature in both Men’s and Ladies events, as players hit form and others crashed and burned. Riddoch Par The Riddoch Insurance Services Par round on […]

Pewters Paradise

The Patron’s Pewters at Keith turned into a one horse race as Bob Dicker and DJ Appelkamp turned on the strokes to shoot an unassailable score on Saturday. The format for the Pewters was to pair up players, with both players teeing off before hitting alternately down the fairway, making it essential for pairs to […]

A Tough Day At The Course

Perfect weather did not bring perfect golf as the greening fairways and rough at Keith started to take their toll at the Stroke round sponsored by Goldsmith Plumbing on Saturday. With sunny, calm conditions players enthusiastically took to the course but found the conditions challenging. Greens as smooth as Chris Judd’s head made the putting […]

Consistency is the Key

With windy conditions to contend with players turned out for the Geoff Barton Memorial Stableford event on Saturday and got a dose of early winter conditions. Hitting the fairway was of high importance as errant tee shots were punished more than usual by a strong south westerly. Consistent enough to win the day on 39 […]

Gurr’s Glory in Keith Golf

Windy conditions dominated Saturday’s play in Keith as players contested the Tatiara Tyres Stroke round. In contrast to previous weeks where scores were on the plus side for many golfers, only two players hit a par or better score. Steve Gurr proved the most able at handling the windy conditions which challenged accuracy and player […]

Every Shot Counts

The inaugural Vice Captains Cup, played on ANZAC day in Keith, turned out to be a challenging round for golfers as they took on the cool windy conditions with enthusiasm. Some great golf was the result, as Daren O’Neill took out the cup with a Nett 68,/ in a countback from Rodney Rowsell. Playing in […]

Now They’re Really Swinging!

It has been a case of two rounds with spectacular feats as the Keith Golf season gets underway. Starting with a Stableford score to dream of and followed by a double the next week that is rarely seen, the past two weeks have had it all. On Saturday March 28th, players turned out for Bill […]

Small Victories

Players who came out for the ANZ Bank Par round on Saturday soon discovered that it was going to be a day of small victories. With the greens running fast and hard and a strong wind blowing over the first half of the round, players were challenged to just get halves on most holes. With […]

A Tale of Two Rounds…

Players turned out in good numbers for the Spence Dix and Co Stroke round on Saturday, played in excellent conditions. The course was providing a good reward for consistent strokeplay and good position on the challenging greens, with any ball above the hole requiring a ‘Hail Mary’ before the putt was hit! Greens were especially […]

Goldsmith Takes the Title

  Brenton Goldsmith added to his list of A Grade Club Championships at Keith Golf Club when he defeated Bradley Sherriff in Saturday’s final. The promised close final failed to eventuate as Goldsmith got away to an early lead and did not let Sherriff back into the game despite the high standard of play from […]

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