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LYN Gay has been a member of the
Phillip Island Golf Club for over 25
Lyn was a hard working committee
member for 15 years.
She was also Lady Captain in 2003
and 2004 along with club secretary from
2003 to 2005 until, due to her failing eye
sight, she sadly had to relinquish the po-
Her golfing achievements have been
She travelled near and far represent-
ing Phillip Island in pennant and tourna-
She was also a long time member of
the Seniors Ladies Association.
Lyn always extended the warmest wel-
come to any new members.
Lyn, along with her husband Daryl,
would attend many social functions at
the club and the pair was usually the last
When the club did their own catering,
you would find Lyn in the kitchen taking
She would often take home all the table
linen after a function, bring it back nicely
laundered before it was needed again.
If there was work to be done, whether
it be divot filling, gardening, cleaning out
the back storage room or helping behind
the bar or volunteering at Kimbies, Lyn
would be there.
This amazing lady even cooked a roast
dinner for all the volunteers one year, all
paid for out of her own pocket.
Members have witnessed Lyn in her
finery entertaining everyone with her hu-
mour in skits and concerts after the pen-
Lyn also ably assisted in organising the
June tournament for many years where
she thoroughly enjoyed welcoming visi-
tors to the club.
It wasn't her failing eyesight that
caused her to give golf away, people were
amazed at how well she putted maybe
because she was seeing two balls instead
of one, it was another ailment.
The only time you will see Lyn on the
course these days is every Monday morn-
ing as she brings her home made goodies
over for the Monday volunteer boys.
Lyn has never asked for reimburse-
ment for this, she does it out of the good-
ness of her heart and the love of the club.
Lyn Gay is a very worthy recipient of
Life Membership at the Philip Island
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Season opener for
TALENTED local surfer Walter Hiatt made a clean
sweep in A Grade and the Mals division in Phillip
Island Boardriders Club's first competition of the
season last weekend.
On Saturday A and B Grade battled it out in blus-
tery conditions at Smiths Beach.
And the Supergroms were held at YCW on Sunday
morning in perfect conditions.
Over 40 Supergroms from three to 14 years lined
the beach, many for the first time.
They were ripping, with many champions in the
The big fellas' competition was held at Woolamai
on Sunday in three to five foot messy conditions.
All the age groups and Mals were run.
A Grade: 1 Walter Hiatt, 2 Mitch Baker, 3 Josh
Bracher, 4 Vaughn Platt.
B Grade: 1 Taj Sleeman, 2 Liam Henry, 3 Chad
Garrett, 4 Johnny Macs.
Senior Men: 1 Arthur McKenzie, 2 Vaughn Platt, 3
Jack Matthews, 4 Tim Anangostou.
Cadets: 1 Chad Garrett, 2 Boyd Cross.
Masters: 1 Terry Mitchell, 2 Matt Crooks, 3 Simon
James, 4 Matt Phillips.
Legends: 1 Pal Cininas, 2 Dean Langford, 3 Steve
Turner, 4 Andrew Melham.
Grand Masters: 1 Ian Garrett, 2 David Thompson,
3 Ted Cross, 4 Michelle Fincher, 5 Steve Bracher.
Junior Boys: 1 Josh Bracher, 2 Kyle Ross, 3 Liam
Henry, 4 Taj Sleeman.
Cadet Girls: 1 Sophie Fletcher, 2 Shayla Patterson,
3 Stevie Ryan.
Open Women: 1 Shayla Patterson, 2 Sophie Fletch-
er, 3 Danielle Bayliss, 4 Michelle Fincher, 5 Emily.
Mals: 1 Walter Hiatt, 2 Dumpy Thompson, 3 Bob
John Macs, 5 Bob Hosking.
Old Groms: 1 Billy Yusko, 2 Kerry McNally, 3 Phil
Wright, 4 Bob Hosking, 5 Bob Matthews.
TOP RIGHT: Champions in the making, these
young surfers were among the many Supergroms
who turned out at YCW on Sunday morning; from
left, Max Arceo, Oliver Hibbert, Tate Russell and
BOTTOM RIGHT: Bakery Crook, Keagan Postie,
Noah Geronimo and Riley Johnson took to the
waves at YCW on Sunday morning for the first
Phillip Island Boardriders Supergrom meet of the
Life Membership for Lyn Gay
Lyn Gay has been honoured with a
Life Membership for her tireless work
for the Phillip Island Golf Club over
the past 25 years.
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