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TWILIGHT GOLF 13th OCTOBER 2021

A bit of a chilly evening but we had 41 players in the field. Thanks to all who came and braved the elements!

Men (0-10) – Damian Walker – 23 pts = $15 credit.

Men (11+) – Mark Duncan – 21 pts = $15 credit.

Women – Zara Lynch – 20 pts = $15 credit.               

Nearest the Pin (9th) – Tony Boxall = $10 credit.

Two’s (excl 9th) – Kyle Russell, Tony Boxall & Damian Walker = $5 credit each.

22 pts – Ray Morris and Ted Shannon = $8 credit each.

21 pts – Aaron Thompson and Heath Chittenden = $6 credit each.

20 pts – Hamish Manthal and Fynn Cranshaw = $5 credit each.

18 pts – Pat White, Matt Carroll and Tim Woodward = $5 credit each.

Cheers

Tony & Shaz.

Welcome to the 5th Edition of Shop News.


You can find us here on Facebook every Wednesday for the latest shop competition results, what’s new in the shop and maybe a few tips along the way!

All comp prizes from now will be a value credited to your name on our computer system to be spent on any purchases in the shop (ie: you can grab a ball of your choice or save up your credit to purchase a larger item, it’s entirely up to you). Please note: this credit can be used for product purchases only and not for the purchase of tournament/competition entry, membership or green fees.

Results for the week ending Sunday 17 October 2021

Sat 9 Oct/Wed 13 Oct Women (Net)

Zara Lynch                           70 net                   $20 (Sat)

Zara Lynch                           70                           $20 (Wed)

Jo Beijersbergen              74                           $17

Sharon Boxall                     76                           $15

Gaynor Ruawai                  79                           $12

Jane Bolton-Riley             79                           $12

Helen Dickins                     79                           $12

Christine Gardner            80                           $10

Jess Williams                      80                           $10

Judy McPherson               81                           $8

Von Walker                         81                           $8

Aven Schroder                  82                           $6

Anne Schnell                      82                           $6

Thursday Mixed 9 Holers 14 Oct (Foursomes)

No comp

Thursday Green Jacket 14 Oct (Stableford)

Rob Lowry                           40 pts                    $20

Peter Thompson              38                           $15

Dennis Humphrey            37                           $12

James Holden                    36                           $10

John Coleman                    36                           $10

Max Kinsey                         36                           $10

Duncan Webb                   35                           $8

Heath Chittenden            35                           $8

Ross Pratt                            35                           $8

Jeff Dickins                          35                           $8

Struan Jones                      35                           $8

Allan Brown                        34                           $5

Darryl De Ridder               34                           $5

Cam MacLeod                   34                           $5

Brian Humphrey               34                           $5

Stu Donald                          34                           $5

Russell Kane                       34                           $5

Les McKay                           34                           $5

Les Crate                             34                           $5

Two’s

Les McKay                           4th                           $6

Lloyd Evans                         4th                           $6

Garry Simpson                  4th                           $6

Heath Chittenden            4th                           $6

Stu Donald                          4th                           $6

Herrick Perry                      17th                         $6

Shop NTP 9th                      Rob Lowry           $50

Friday Haggle 15 Oct (Stableford)

Piki Toa                                36 pts                    $15

Ian Measey                        34                           $10

Rob Lowry                           33                           $5

Saturday 16 Oct (Stableford)

Shanan Brown                   39 pts                    $25

John Coleman                    38                           $17

Dave Matthews                 38                           $17

Rodney Buick                     38                           $17

Keith Edmonds                  37                           $14

Reuben MacNamara       37                           $14

Paul Gavegan                    37                           $14

Dennis Humphrey            37                           $14

Mike Lee                              36                           $12

Glen Stephens                  36                           $12

Damian Walker                 36                           $12

Heath Chittenden            36                           $12

Guido Beijersbergen      35                           $10

Naina Ruawhare               35                           $10

Trevor Ward                       35                           $10

Piki Toa                                 35                           $10

Remy Early                          34                           $6

Phil Engelbrecht               34                           $6

Jayden Hunter                   34                           $6

Hamish Watson                34                           $6

Damien Humphrey          34                           $6

NTP 9th                  Trevor Gardner                 $50

NTP 17th               Wayne White                     $50

Two’s

Heath Chittenden            2nd                          $10

Ryan Rooney                     4th                           $10

Paul Rooney                       4th                           $10

Dennis Humphrey            4th                           $10

Damian Walker                 4th                           $10

John Coleman                    4th                           $10

John Shirkey                       4th                           $10

Reuben MacNamara       11th                         $10

Sunday Haggle 17 Oct (Stableford)

Les Crate                             40 pts                    $15

Piki Toa                                 37                           $12

Kerry Williams                    36                           $10

Stu Donald                          34                           $8

Bobby Te Mataki              33                           $5

John Graham                     33                           $5

NTP 9th                  Stu Donald                          $10

Two’s

Piki Toa                                 17th                         $10

She Loves Golf Sunday 10 Oct (Stableford)

Sharon Atkins                    17 pts                    $7

Natasha Thornton            17                           $7

Jo Hawkings                       12                           $4

NEW PRODUCT ARRIVALS

True Links Golf Shoes

ORIGINAL SERIES

Theshoe that started a revolution. All TRUE Originals deliver a distinctive minimalist fit, wide toe box and zero drop experience. Naturally enhancing comfort and engineered for walking, they will become your go-to shoe for 36 hole days. Generating more surface contact than any golf shoe in history, the TRUE Original will keep you connected to the earth with ideal balance and traction. Walk and feel the course like you’ve never felt before with a flexible, ergonomically designed sole that eliminates all inhibitions between you and the turf. The 2-year waterproof guarantee, premium leather, sock fit opening and extreme durability rubber tread are just a few of the reasons once you go TRUE Original, you don’t go back. Priced at $289.95

Which Golf Ball is best for me?

The ultimate 3-step plan to choosing the right golf ball for your game

STEP 1: LEARN YOUR PIECES

The Core — The epicenter of the ball that makes things go. Its importance cannot be overstated.

Why it’s needed: It’s the engine that drives speed, velocity and performance. Without a core, the ball isn’t going anywhere. It should come as no surprise that the core takes up the most space underneath the cover.

How it works: Energy retention is the name of the game. Once the club makes impact with the ball, it rockets off the face with 100 percent of its energy. However, when the ball is airborne, some of the initial energy is lost. A well-designed core will help the ball retain as much energy as possible—hopefully 80 percent—to ensure it flies through the air with the right amount of speed, spin and launch.

Materials: A slug of uncured or lightly cured polybutadiene rubber is compression-molded into a sphere. Different grades of rubber are typically used in a core to give it certain speed or spin characteristics.

The Mantle — Sandwiched between the core and cover, it helps fine-tune spin and distance.

Why it’s needed: It seals the ball so moisture can’t enter the core through the porous cover. Depending on the number of mantles being used, performance characteristics can also be adjusted for different parts of the bag.

How it works: Based on the thickness of the firm mantle layer, spin can be adjusted up or down. It also helps keep ball speed (energy retention) up after impact without having to go to a harder cover and sacrifice spin. It’s a turbobooster for the ball.

Materials: A blend of different ionomer materials to get the exact hardness and speed characteristics.

Individual materials matter, but it’s how the pieces interact that’s important.

The Cover — Influences two important aspects of ball performance: spin and aerodynamics.

Why it’s needed: It encases the core and mantle. More importantly, it’s the layer that helps impart spin on the ball while also housing the all-important dimple pattern that disrupts the flow of air to keep your pellet airborne.

How it works: Depending on the firmness of the material, it can impact distance and/or spin. At lower impacts (deft chips), wedge grooves can easily grip the supple cover to generate enough spin to stop the ball on a dime.

Materials: Urethane is the polymer most commonly found in premium multi-layer balls. A firmer surlyn is typically used on distance balls for golfers who don’t mind giving up some feel and spin for a few more yards off the tee.

STEP 2: STUDY AND TEST

What Do You Want?

The eternal question. As it relates to golf balls, the answer involves understanding the four general performance categories, namely:

Premium: Tour-level balls (at premium prices) that deliver distance off the tee, greenside spin and control in one package.

Premium Value: Offers some of the same technology as a premium ball (urethane cover and mantle layer) but at a lower price.

Soft Spin Value: Geared for moderate speed golfers who place an emphasis on greenside spin and soft feel.

Distance Value: Firmer option designed for the golfer who wants to pick up distance throughout the bag.

How Much Can You Spend?

If money isn’t a concern and you require the best of all worlds, you’re a Premium player. Case closed.

Premium Value: I don’t want to break the bank, but I want the best my game deserves.

Soft Spin Value: My speed isn’t what it was—I get that. I’ll score lower with a better short game.

Distance Value: Give me distance, whatever it takes.

Narrow the Field

You’ve chosen a performance category. Now ask yourself the following:

Around the green, do I like running shots or ones that check? With irons, do I prize distance or consistency more? Do I care more about distance or accuracy with my driver? How do I want my golf ball to feel, firmer or softer?

General rules of thumb…

15+ Handicap: Look for a ball that tends to fly straight and offers forgiveness on mishits. Distance is likely the top priority; spin help is often needed to generate enough stopping power.

5–15 Handicap: Look to maximize distance through the bag. Most players in this subset benefit from higher-launching iron shots; the other emphasis should be on the ability to hit a variety of short-game shots.

5 Handicap and Better: Look for a model that’s producing the right spin window off the tee and provides ample control with the scoring clubs. Generally, you’re already impacting enough spin on the ball. Spin rates and feel are key for these better sticks.

If you have any ‘golfy’ questions, please don’t hesitate to ask us, we are here to help (or at least try!)

Feilding Golf Shop team: Lisa and Sharon

MEN – SATURDAY 16 OCTOBER 2021

LEN GIESEN SALVER COMBINED STABLEFORD

72 points Keith Edmonds & Naina Ruawhare, Jeff Dickins & Shanan Brown;

70 Phil Engelbrecht & Heath Chittenden, Ken Smith & David Matthews;

69 Rob Lowry & Reuben MacNamara, Rodney Buick & Paul Rooney, Dennis Humphrey & Brian Humphrey;

68 John Bielski & Mike Lee, Bobby Te Mataki & John Coleman, Guido Beijersbergen & Pat White

GREEN JACKET COMPETITION – THURS 14 OCTOBER 2021

STABLEFORD

40 points Rob Lowry;

38 Peter Thompson;

37 Dennis Humphrey;

36 James Holden, John Coleman, Max Kinsey;

35 Duncan Webb, Heath Chittenden, Ross Pratt, Jeff Dickins, Struan Jones;

34 Allan Brown, Darryl De Ridder, Cam MacLeod, Brian Humphrey, Stu Donald, Russell Kane, Les McKay, Les Crate

TWOS: Les McKay, Lloyd Evans, Garry Simpson, Heath Chittenden, Stu Donald, Jeff Dickins, Struan Jones, Gordon Smith, Seb Baker, Mike Tuohy, Herrick Perry

NEAREST THE PINS – Speights 2nd Ross Pratt, 9th Rob Lowry

HIDDEN HOLES: 8th & 14th  5pts JACKPOT

PINK BALL – 25 points Douglas Duncan

TWILIGHT RESULTS 6TH OCTOBER 2021

A great turnout for our first T10 Twilight evening of the season with 53 in the field.

Men (0-10) – Chad Simeon-Benge – 23 pts = $15 credit.

Men (11+) – Jack Hurley – 28 pts = $15 credit.

Women – Jo Hawkings – 24 pts = $15 credit.             

Nearest the Pin (9th) – Chad Simeon-Benge = $15 credit.

Two’s (excl 9th) – Chad Simeon-Benge & Stu Donald = $5 credit each.

23 pts – Wendy Poole = $10 credit.

22 pts – Ray Moore-Feuu, Ray Morris and Tom MacLeod = $8 credit each.

21 pts – Steve Coogan, Ted Shannon and Euan Gibbs = $6 credit each.

20 pts – Tim Woodward, Caterine Templeton, Sammy Johnson and Lyn Carey = $5 credit each.

Welcome to the 4th Edition of Shop News.

You can find us here on Facebook every Wednesday for the latest shop competition results, what’s new in the shop and maybe a few tips along the way!

All comp prizes from now will be a value credited to your name on our computer system to be spent on any purchases in the shop (ie: you can grab a ball of your choice or save up your credit to purchase a larger item, it’s entirely up to you). Please note: this credit can be used for product purchases only and not for the purchase of tournament/competition entry, membership or green fees.

Results for the week ending Sunday 10 October

Sat 2 Oct/Wed 6 Oct Women (Net)

Zara Lynch                        69 net                   $30

Jo Beijersbergen              73                           $22

Helen Dickins                     74                           $17

Shirley Frederickson       74                           $17

Jill Harding                          76                           $14

Kerryn Greaves                 77                           $12

Gillian Martin                     78                           $9

Anne Schnell                      78                           $9

Valma Laurent                   79                           $5

Sharon Atkins                    79                           $5

Thursday Mixed 9 Holers 7 Oct (Net)

Don MacBeth                    32 net                   $8

Ray Hall                                33                           $6

Dan Flanagan                     36                           $4

Thursday Green Jacket 7 Oct (Stableford)

Les Crate                             38 pts                    $13

Kelvin Orr                            38                           $13

Dave Burney                      37                           $8

Paul Gavegan                    37                           $8

Jason Bowles                     37                           $8

Ian Blunden                        37                           $8

Bill Riordan                         36                           $5

Stuart Donald                    36                           $5

Gordon Smith                    36                           $5

Two’s

Jason Bowles                     4th                           $7

Shane Turner                     17th                         $7

Dave Burney                      17th                         $7

Shop NTP 9th                      Ian Blunden        $15

Friday Haggle 8 Oct (Stableford)

Allan Lun                              35 pts                    $12

Rob Lowry                           34                           $8

Bobby Te Mataki              33                           $6

Glen Stephens                  32                           $4

Saturday 9 Oct (Stableford)

Kerry Williams                    39 pts                    $25

Rob Lowry                           38                           $20

Guido Beijersbergen      38                           $20

Paul Wolland                      38                           $20

Keith Edmonds                  37                           $15

Anton Hughes                   36                           $12

Brandon Perry                   36                           $12

Kyle Russell                         36                           $12

Bobby Te Mataki              35                           $10

Ethan Ward                        35                           $10

Grant Lawton                     35                           $10

Les Crate                             35                           $10

Paul Boyce                          34                           $8

Liam Finlayson                  34                           $8

Ali Leamy                            34                           $8

Ross Pratt                            34                           $8

Scott Worsley                    34                           $8

Dennis Humphrey            33                           $6

Dave Burney                      33                           $6

Reuben MacNamara       33                           $6

Steve Cox                            33                           $6

Tomas Shaw                       33                           $6

Johnny Ireland                  33                           $6

NTP 9th                  Guido Beijersbergen      $50

NTP 17th               Tomas Shaw                       $50

Two’s

Brian Humphrey               4th & 11th              $40

Piki Toa                                 4th                           $20

Johnny Ireland                  11th                         $20

Ross I’anson                       11th                         $20

Sunday Haggle 10 Oct (Stableford)

Wayne White                     38 pts                    $18

Wayne Richards                                37                           $11

Bobby Te Mataki              34                           $8

Gary Melton                       34                           $8

Lee Welsh                           33                           $5

Damian Walker                 33                           $5

Kyle Russell                         33                           $5

NTP 9th                  Stu Donald                          $15

Two’s

Rob Lowry                           17th                         $10

She Loves Golf Sunday 10 Oct (Stableford)

Jo Hawkings                       16 pts                    $10

Ricelle Ebert                       15                           $5

Jill Shirkey                           14                           $3

NEW PRODUCT ARRIVALS

True Links Golf ShoesORIGINAL SERIES

The shoe that started a revolution. All TRUE Originals deliver a distinctive minimalist fit, wide toe box and zero drop experience. Naturally enhancing comfort and engineered for walking, they will become your go-to shoe for 36 hole days. Generating more surface contact than any golf shoe in history, the TRUE Original will keep you connected to the earth with ideal balance and traction. Walk and feel the course like you’ve never felt before with a flexible, ergonomically designed sole that eliminates all inhibitions between you and the turf. The 2-year waterproof guarantee, premium leather, sock fit opening and extreme durability rubber tread are just a few of the reasons once you go TRUE Original, you don’t go back. Priced at $289.95

Which Golf Ball is best for me?

The ultimate 3-step plan to choosing the right golf ball for your game

STEP 1: LEARN YOUR PIECES

The Core — The epicenter of the ball that makes things go. Its importance cannot be overstated.

Why it’s needed: It’s the engine that drives speed, velocity and performance. Without a core, the ball isn’t going anywhere. It should come as no surprise that the core takes up the most space underneath the cover.

How it works: Energy retention is the name of the game. Once the club makes impact with the ball, it rockets off the face with 100 percent of its energy. However, when the ball is airborne, some of the initial energy is lost. A well-designed core will help the ball retain as much energy as possible—hopefully 80 percent—to ensure it flies through the air with the right amount of speed, spin and launch.

Materials: A slug of uncured or lightly cured polybutadiene rubber is compression-molded into a sphere. Different grades of rubber are typically used in a core to give it certain speed or spin characteristics.

The Mantle — Sandwiched between the core and cover, it helps fine-tune spin and distance.

Why it’s needed: It seals the ball so moisture can’t enter the core through the porous cover. Depending on the number of mantles being used, performance characteristics can also be adjusted for different parts of the bag.

How it works: Based on the thickness of the firm mantle layer, spin can be adjusted up or down. It also helps keep ball speed (energy retention) up after impact without having to go to a harder cover and sacrifice spin. It’s a turbobooster for the ball.

Materials: A blend of different ionomer materials to get the exact hardness and speed characteristics.

Individual materials matter, but it’s how the pieces interact that’s important.

The Cover — Influences two important aspects of ball performance: spin and aerodynamics.

Why it’s needed: It encases the core and mantle. More importantly, it’s the layer that helps impart spin on the ball while also housing the all-important dimple pattern that disrupts the flow of air to keep your pellet airborne.

How it works: Depending on the firmness of the material, it can impact distance and/or spin. At lower impacts (deft chips), wedge grooves can easily grip the supple cover to generate enough spin to stop the ball on a dime.

Materials: Urethane is the polymer most commonly found in premium multi-layer balls. A firmer surlyn is typically used on distance balls for golfers who don’t mind giving up some feel and spin for a few more yards off the tee.

STEP 2: STUDY AND TEST

What Do You Want?

The eternal question. As it relates to golf balls, the answer involves understanding the four general performance categories, namely:

Premium: Tour-level balls (at premium prices) that deliver distance off the tee, greenside spin and control in one package.

Premium Value: Offers some of the same technology as a premium ball (urethane cover and mantle layer) but at a lower price.

Soft Spin Value: Geared for moderate speed golfers who place an emphasis on greenside spin and soft feel.

Distance Value: Firmer option designed for the golfer who wants to pick up distance throughout the bag.

How Much Can You Spend?

If money isn’t a concern and you require the best of all worlds, you’re a Premium player. Case closed.

Premium Value: I don’t want to break the bank, but I want the best my game deserves.

Soft Spin Value: My speed isn’t what it was—I get that. I’ll score lower with a better short game.

Distance Value: Give me distance, whatever it takes.

Narrow the Field

You’ve chosen a performance category. Now ask yourself the following:

Around the green, do I like running shots or ones that check? With irons, do I prize distance or consistency more? Do I care more about distance or accuracy with my driver? How do I want my golf ball to feel, firmer or softer?

General rules of thumb…

15+ Handicap: Look for a ball that tends to fly straight and offers forgiveness on mishits. Distance is likely the top priority; spin help is often needed to generate enough stopping power.

5–15 Handicap: Look to maximize distance through the bag. Most players in this subset benefit from higher-launching iron shots; the other emphasis should be on the ability to hit a variety of short-game shots.

5 Handicap and Better: Look for a model that’s producing the right spin window off the tee and provides ample control with the scoring clubs. Generally, you’re already impacting enough spin on the ball. Spin rates and feel are key for these better sticks.

If you have any ‘golfy’ questions, please don’t hesitate to ask us, we are here to help (or at least try!)

Feilding Golf Shop team: Lisa and Sharon

MEN GREEN JACKET COMPETITION – THURS 7 OCTOBER 2021

STABLEFORD

38 points Les Crate, Kelvin Orr;

37 Dave Burney, Paul Gavegan, Jason Bowles, Ian Blunden;

36 Bill Riordan, Stu Donald, Gordon Smith

TWOS: Les Crate (2), Jason Bowles, Kelvin Orr, Stu Atkins, Stu Donald, Bill Riordan, Shane Turner, Dave Burney

NEAREST THE PINS – 9th Ian Blunden, Speights 11th Stu Atkins

HIDDEN HOLES: 1st & 13th  6pts Paul Gavegan, Stu Donald

PINK BALL – 23 points Tim Adlam

WOMEN – SATURDAY 2 OCTOBER/WEDNESDAY 6 OCTOBER 2021

Progress scores of JANET CRABB MEMORIAL 36 HOLE NET – first round scores

Saturday:

69 net Zara Lynch;

73 Jo Beijersbergen;

77 Kerryn Greaves;

80 Wendy Poole;

81 Von Walker, Sharon Boxall, Jess Williams;

82 Kere Meha;

84 Gaynor Ruawai

Wednesday:

74 net Helen Dickins;

76 Jill Harding;

78 Gillian Martin, Anne Schnell;

79 Sharon Atkins;

81 Dale Bain, Rosemary Blunden;

82 Judy McPherson, Mary Smith;

83 Nicki Williams;

84 Jo Belcher;

88 Jennie McKelvie

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