Women’s golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

Par was the game on Wed­nes­day, played in mostly fine weather in­ter­spersed with a few light show­ers.

Par is not usu­ally the pre­ferred game to play by many, but some good scores were recorded.

Ja­nine Mor­gan once again fea­tured on the win­ners’ list, record­ing an ex­cel­lent score of +5 to win the day, fur­ther re­duc­ing her hand­i­cap.

Run­ner-up was Beryl Home, who played steady golf to score +3.

Ball win­ners: Sh­eryl Cur­ran, Deb Reilly -2; Sue Turnbull, Robyn Downs, Terri Wange­man and Judy Baker -4.

Nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion: He­len Wil­liams made a wel­come re­turn to golf to win the voucher with -2, while Roy­lyn Har­ris won a ball with -3.

Near­est-the-pins: Gallery Cafe´ third: Robyn Downs; Tatura Hot Bread sixth and Cafe´ Alofa ninth: Terri Wange­man; ONE4ONE 14th: Di Day, who reg­u­larly wins the voucher for break­fast at this pop­u­lar venue.

The Jan Dun­lop 4BBB Stable­ford event spon­sored by Tatura Phar­macy was played last Friday, on a sunny win­ter’s day.

The event at­tracted a large field of women from the Goul­burn Val­ley, as well as a pair from Fin­ley.

Many helpers con­trib­uted to the suc­cess­ful day, with soup pro­vided by women mem­bers and served at two sta­tions around the course by male mem­bers.

Fol­low­ing golf, a de­li­cious lunch pro­vided by Links Bistro was en­joyed by all golfers.



Fan­ning was pleased that Jan Dun­lop was able to at­tend the lunch, en­abling her to present her shield to the win­ning pair. Lyn also spoke of Jan’s il­lus­tri­ous ca­reer in golf, which in­cluded 23 con­sec­u­tive cham­pi­onships at Hill Top.

Sue Turnbull and Robyn Downs from Hill Top Golf Club won the day with 45 points, and were pre­sented with the Jan Dun­lop Shield by Jan.

One point be­hind were last year’s win­ners from Kialla Golf Club, Mar­illa Ma­cauley and Anne Probst with 44 points.

Tro­phies from Tatura Phar­macy, elab­o­rately pre­pared by Tracy Lowry and GailWooton, were pre­sented by Tracy and Gail to the happy win­ners, run­ners-up and near­est-the-pin win­ners. The small sam­ple bags of good­ies on the ta­bles for each golfer pro­vided by the phar­macy were ap­pre­ci­ated by all.

Wed­nes­day’s event: Ladies’ four­somes, Doris Cham­bers four­somes, first round of the cham­pi­onships.

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