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Nick Hagan takes out Karratha Country Club’s monthly mug contest, Woodcock wins best vet

Blaine CattanPilbara News
Second-placed John Peters and captain Ken Willcocks.
Camera IconSecond-placed John Peters and captain Ken Willcocks. Credit: Supplied/Blaine Cattan

Sixty-four starters took part in the monthly mug round at the Karratha Country Club on February 5.

Phil Woodcock took out the best vet award and Beryl Lynn was deemed best lady.

Dan Hyde’s 36 of the stick was enough to land him best gross of the day.

The contest saw Nick Hagan finish in first with a net of 35 followed by John Peters and Tony Knowlson on 36.

Hyde finished the event in fourth place with 36.

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