Gympie ladies golf
ON WEDNESDAY, Nov 8, the Gympie lady golfers played a 18 hole stableford. Scores returned showed the results of the recent rains with the winner scoring only 36 points . A far cry from the much higher scores being returned some weeks ago. However Tonie Divers was happy to take home the winning voucher. Dell Groundwater, two strokes behind on 34 was the runner up non a count back. Balls scored in the rundown went to Yoey Coogan 34 c/b, Julie Cove 33 , Keryn Jessen 33, Trisca Williams 32, Stella Macklin , Jean Peters & Virginia Reid all on 30 points. The club pin on the 16 was won by Julie Cove with karen Allen winning the 17th. Net Eagles for the day were scored by Keryn 16, Tonie Divers 10, Julie Cove 6 & 16 & Virginia Reid 11th. Carol Ward says she deserves the coffee at the City Talk Café .
Friday 10th saw the Gympie Golf club host the annual ladies Zone foursomes. A good field of 80 ladies were contesting the trophy with the Gympie combination of Rebecca O’Neill & Dell Groundwater taking out the title for 2017. The young & the old couple combined well to score 125 gross for the 27 holes. Another two Gympie ladies were successful by winning the 2nd div gross event. Jean Peters & another junior, Caitlyn Wheatley combined well to be successful also. Other Gympie ladies to be successful were Betty Bailey & Carol Ward, winning the 18 hole nett 2nd div & also Lydia Costello & Julie Cove took out the best 9 hole nett for the same division. A good day all round for Gympie both socially and trophy wise.
With most ladies playing on the Friday and then a strong field travelling to Cooroy on Sunday for the interclub challenge, Saturday’s field was way down in numbers. However that didn’t stop Janelle Thorburn returning a nice score of 73 nett to win the voucher of the day. Janelle also won the club pin shot on the 16 hole. Tonie Divers & Caitlyn Wheatley on 74 nett & Kate Sawry 75 nett all won a ball in the run down. Anne Rigbye took out the pin shot on the 17th while Joy Hatton is enjoying her coffee at the City Talk Cafe. Net eagles for the day went to Tonie 14th & Caitlyn 16th.
Ladies, the notice is on the board re: the ladies Xmas party. Please put your name down if you intend to be there. Arrangements for the day are in the hands of Tonie & Karen. Any questions re: the day please refer to them. Also still a few notices in the away book. The year is not over yet.