Wee Waa Golf Club hosted a monthly mug event and the final round of the 2021 Les Davis/Col Stone Knockout competition on Sunday.

The winner of the monthly mug stroke event, which was played across 18 holes, was Matt Swansbra who was the victorious golfer among the field of 14.

The runner-up for that event was Mark Hennessy.

Meanwhile, Steve Gleeson was crowned champion of the 2021 Les Davis/Col Stone Knockout.

Gleeson went into the final round of the annual 18-hole stableford knockout competition on Sunday alongside club president David Russell and club champ David Avery.

Gleeson took out the event with a winning round of 32 points.

Russell placed second with 29 points, while Avery finished third with 21 points.

Avery claimed the nearest to pin on the ninth hole, while Swansbra took out the pin on the fifth and 15th.

Wee Waa Golf Club has now turned its attention to what could be its final major event of the year this Sunday.

The annual 18-hole Westpac Rescue Helicopter ambrose charity day will go ahead, with about 30 golfers expected to take the course.

If the NSW lockdown is extended, golfers will play in groups of two and only one golfer per cart will be permitted, as has been the case for recent events including the club champs and Sunday’s monthly mug and Les Davis/Col Stone Knockout.

There will also be timed tee-offs for each group, with the first to get underway from 9.30am.

If current restrictions are eased and Golf NSW is given the green light to relax the rules around community golf, the event would go ahead in a more traditional fashion.

Wee Waa Golf Club is also hoping to host its annual pre-school calcutta in November, however, a decision on that event will be made closer to the date depending on what restrictions are in place for the Narrabri Shire at the time.

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