Slowly but surely Narrabri’s sporting landscape is returning to what was once considered normal, however if it will ever fully arrive at such a destination remains to be seen.
At the Narrabri Golf Club things are continuing to return to normal.
The club’s latest announcement informed golfers that from tomorrow they could once again ride in pairs in carts.
However, Club Narrabri chief executive Paul Gordon said that other COVID-19 restrictions including not touching the pins will still be in place.
Meanwhile nearest to pins will be back in play this Saturday and Sunday golf will start again on July 5.
Also, the men’s single, men’s four-ball best-ball and mixed four-ball best-ball knockouts will commence in July. Players will have a month to complete each round.
The club reminded golfers that they must phone ahead for all competition and social golf to book a tee time.
Last week a Thursday social 18-hole stableford was contested as was a stableford medley on Saturday. Thursday’s winner was Terry Joseph with 35 points, and runner-up was Eddie Hanson with 34 points (countback).
Saturday’s results are as follows:
A-grade winner – Brendon Kramel with 43 points, A-grade runner-up – Laurie Godden with 35 points, B-grade winner – Tony Nott with 37 points, B-grade runner-up – Paul Foster with 34 points, C-grade winner – Graham Cameron with 41 points, C-grade runner-up – Paul Thomas with 37 points.
This Wednesday at the Narrabri Golf Club there will be an 18-hole ladies’ stableford competition and there will also be a nine-hole back nine vets comp.
On Thursday there will be a social 18-hole comp and on Saturday there will be a stableford.To order photos from this page click here