The four-player team of Aaron Goddard, Nicole Hubbard, James Barlow and Luke Streater claimed the PRAMS Charity Ambrose golf day on Sunday.
Held annually at the Gunnedah Golf Club, the event helps to raise funds for the invaluable Gunnedah support service which assists local mums during and after pregnancy.
This year’s100-strong player field also helped raise $9000 for the PRAMS charity, which included a $1500 donation from the Gunnedah Golf Club.
The first placed team in Ambrose golf scored 50 1/8.
Second home on countback was the team of Casey and Des Hatch, Todd Kingdom and Paul Jaeger on 517/8, from Jon and Angus Renton, Bruce Higham and John Stanley, third.
The fourth best team was Dan Ramien, Daniel Martin, Pat Hennessy and Dave Simpson on 53 1/2.
Four-ball v Par: Rod and Pat Green on plus six, Max and Fay Brown, plus five.
Nearest-the-pins: Second, John Stanley, seventh, Dave Carter, 12th, Pat Hennessy, 16th Adrian Guest, 18th, Max Brown (men), Anne Finnigan (women) and R. Price (non-golfer). Mystery Pin: Mark Humphries.
A pair of sunglasses donated by Tim Duffy Vision Splendid and a handbag by Marval Designs raised $500 toward the total and were auctioned by PRAMS committee member, Lauren Robertson.
Ian Jordon won the $2000 MTA travel voucher in the major raffle, second prize winner Holly Middlebrook is the new owner of a 32-inch flat screen television and Ewing Real Estate won the third prize, a Webber barbecue.
PRAMS also thanked the charity event’s major sponsor, Santos.