STEADY: Ross Jeffs kicks up dirt in the bunker.
STEADY: Ross Jeffs kicks up dirt in the bunker. Callum Dick

Dugdell duo takes ambrose

Golf: Jason and Rob Dugdell finished 2.25 points clear of Phil and Sheryl Wolski to claim the Bob Jane T-Mart Two-Person Ambrose at Nanango Golf Club on Saturday.

What little rain Mother Nature has offered up in recent weeks showed, with the course in considerably better condition than this time last month.

With greener greens and softer fairways greeting the field of 42 golfers - 21 teams - the premier golfers were able to separate themselves from the pack.

The Dugdell duo finished with 61.75 points, ahead of Phil and Sheryl Wolski on 64 points.

Adam Bowater and David Black also finished with 64 points, but were pipped on a count-back.

In the rundown, Tony Perkins and Graeme Springate took fourth with 64.5 points, clear of Steve Davies and Vic Lennane on 65.25.

In sixth, the team of Graeme Catchpole and Terry Kelly managed 65.5 points - a mere 0.25 points ahead of Bob Bocos and Rod McCallum (seventh) and Mark Shirley and Kerrie Shirley (eighth).

Darryl Early and Priyanga's 81.25 points was good for the last-place prize.

Nearest to Pin for the men went to: Darryl Early (5), Craig Sanders (14), Tony Perkins (9) and Vic Lennane (18).

Sheryl Wolski was the pick of the ladies, claiming NTP on the ninth.

Nanango club captain Trent Gosley wished to thank Craig Steinhardt, from Bob Jane T-Mart, for sponsoring the event, and offering up some "really good prizes” for the winners.

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