Most above par at Cleve Saturday golf

SWING: Andy Lee tees off during Saturday's golf competition.

SWING: Andy Lee tees off during Saturday's golf competition.

The Cleve Foodland second par competition was held last Saturday.

Despite benign conditions most of the players who participated did not play to their handicap.

Could it have been caused by their obsessive scanning of the skies for heavy rain that did not come?

The most focused in division one was P. Arnold with plus three.

Runner up was T. Rodda plus one.

In division two Jay Schubert came first with plus five and Tom Gillings was runner up, plus two.

Nearest in two shots was Scott Elleway in division one and Tom Gillings in division two.

Longest drive was Trent Rodda in division one.

No one could find the fairway in division two so we saved a ball.

In other news, the Cleve Golf Club will soon be holding a come and try day for under 18 year olds.

The day will be held on Sunday, June 30 at 10am.

This is to not only encourage all children to get out on the course and try golf while reducing their screen time but also to identify those that may be able to qualify for this year's Golf SA schools competition.

Events will be held at Port Lincoln, Whyalla and Streaky Bay later this year for those that qualify.

So if you have any budding golfers under 18 bring them along on June 30 at 10am.

Equipment can be supplied for anyone who needs it.

Those interested in the come and try day can contact Dave Turnbull for details on 0477 671 474.