Rudner's golden moment at Macksville golf

BOB Locke Solicitors sponsored a single stableford event at Macksville Golf Course on Saturday.

A large number of visitors returned home for the Easter weekend and played.

Roy Rudner claimed he played the best round of his life to take out the day with 41 points. Roy stayed around replaying his round to anyone within earshot.

Max Graham took out the runner-up prize.

Keith Eadie took out the front nine award with Brian Brabant hitting form over the back nine to take it out.

Nearest the pins went to: A Grade - Aaron Riddell, B Grade - Darren Turner and Shane Langley took out the C Grade.

Extra nearest the pin shots on the 4th and 13th holes went to: A Grade - Warren Gallop, B Grade - Brian Brabant and Glenn Edwards took out C Grade.

Thursday's stableford event as taken out by Aaron Riddell, a regular visitor from Canberra, with Brian Burns collecting the nearest the pin shot.

Peter Vincent of Macksville Auto Electrics is sponsoring this Saturday's twoball best ball event.

DID YOU KNOW: Golfers have all heard of birdies, pars and bogeys. Some have even scored eagles. But have you ever heard the term ‘condor’? Not likely – as that’s the moniker given to a four under par score on a hole (yep, an ace on a par five).