Justin Sutton is hoping to chase down the leader in the final two rounds of the Parkes Golf Club Championship. sub
The Parkes Golf Club Championships will resume tomorrow and the big question surrounds reigning titleholder Mitch McGlashan.
Will he retain his mantle as the club’s premier golfer in the Terry Bros Furniture & Floorcoverings major individual event?
With the course receiving nearly two inches of rain, and with more predicted this weekend, officials will be hoping the anticipated storms do not arrive until after golf is finalised on Sunday afternoon.
McGlashan has a slender four shot lead over his nearest rival, Justin Sutton, with many believing these two will finish one and two.
But, in what order will be decided this weekend.
In the minor grades, Paul Morgan has a near insurmountable lead of nine shots for the B grade title.
The battle will be on in earnest for the runner-up position with Michael Smith (143) two shots clear of Troy Thomson.
Tim Lasserre is a further shot away in third.
Other players still in with a chance include Paul Thomas (173), Peter Picker (175) and Peter Boschman (176).
An intriguing battle for supremacy is on in C grade as 12 players are a chance of claiming the title.
Steve Cook (187) is the leader, just one shot ahead of friend Luke Greenwood.
Gary McPhee is next a further four shots back in a division that can, and often does, see swings of anything up to five shots in one round.
Other players in with a chance in the C grade title race include Ross Smith (193), Richard Hamilton (193), Brien McPhee (194), Michael Dellaca, Tony “Scrubba” Evans, Billy Joe Francis and Ron Hetherington all on 195.
Scott Mann is on 196.
The Veterans and Junior titles appear to be foregone conclusions with both Robert Hey and Lachlan Buesnell well ahead in their respective divisions.
The overall handicap section sees Paul Morgan seven shots clear in another one-sided race.
Terry Bros Furniture & Floorcoverings Managing Director Ben Terry has once again congratulated all players on their support of the Championships, which his company has sponsored for a record 27 years now, and wishes them all the best for this weekend’s final two rounds.
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