Drummond Golf Men’s Country Week

2017

October 2nd – 6th

Foursomes: Tuesday 3rd at Melville Glades GC
Strokeplay Championship: Thursday 5th at Kwinana GC

Formats: Par, 4BBB, Foursomes, Stableford, Stroke


2016

Monday, October 3 (18 holes Par)
Lake Karrinyup – Leaderboard
The Vines – Leaderboard
Lakelands – Results
Sea View – Leaderboard

James Dare (Lakeview) +8, LKCC Winner
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Tuesday, October 4 (18 Holes 4BBB)
Rockingham – Results
Wanneroo – Leaderboard
Meadow Springs – Results
Mandurah – Leaderboard

Jordan Dwyer & Kyle Davis (Sanctuary) 44pts, MSGCC Winners
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Wednesday, October 5 (18 holes Stableford)
Mosman Park – Leaderboard
Sun City – Leaderboard
Royal Fremantle – Leaderboard
Gosnells – Leaderboard

Thursday, October 6 (18 holes Stroke)
Melville Glades – Leaderboard
Kwinana (PM) – DRAW
WAGC (PM) – Leaderboard

Foursome Championship
Hartfield Country Club, Tuesday 4th October – Results

LEADERBOARDS
Gross  |  Nett

Danny Ennor & Greg Golinski (Bunbury) 73/79 = 152, Gross Winners
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Allan Illman & Rob Burden (Capel) 74.5/71.5 = 146, Nett Winners
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Strokeplay Championship
Royal Perth Golf Club, Thursday 6th October – Results

LEADERBOARDS
Gross |  Nett

Adam Davey (Greenbushes) 75/74 = 149, Country Strokeplay Winner
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Country vs City Matchplay: Nedlands Golf Club, Friday 7th October – Results

City (blue) def Country (Grey) 4 matches to 3
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HISTORY

Country Strokeplay Honour Boards

RESULTS FROM PAST EVENTS

To commemorate the conclusion of the country golf season, the Drummond Golf Men’s Country Week was established to provide golfers from around the State an opportunity to experience some of Perth’s excellent golf courses. The ever popular event attracts players from far and wide with over 500 players converging on Perth to take part in the 4 day festival of country golf. Country Week has been played in its current format incorporating the Country Foursome Championship and WA Country Stroke Play Championship since 1983. Traditionally, the week’s programme consists of Par, 4BBB, Stableford, and Stroke play competitions providing players the opportunity to play up to four of Perth’s golf courses during the week. Country Week is drawn to a close with the traditional City v Country Match which has been held on the Friday of Country Week since 1975. The match provides the best performing players from the Country Stroke Play Championship the opportunity to take on some of Perth’s finest amateurs in a battle for bragging rights. Country Week is open to any male amateur golfers over 16 years of age of affiliated Country Clubs who reside 50 kilometers from the Perth GPO. If you are unsure as to your eligibility to enter, please call the Golf WA office.

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