Women’s golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

The stroke monthly medal event, spon­sored by Drum­mond Golf, was played in cool con­di­tions with the threat of rain in the air.

Lyn Fan­ning won A-grade with 96-23-73 nett, and also won the monthly medal.

The sil­ver spoon winner and run­ner-up in A-grade was Deb Reilly.

Deb only had to fin­ish her round on Wed­nes­day to win the sil­ver spoon be­cause she had net­ted some good rounds to qual­ify, en­abling her to play for a box of spoons at a Mel­bourne course later in the year.

Af­ter re­turn­ing from hol­i­days, Lyn Flett found form quickly to win B-grade with 106-29-77 nett.

Run­ner-up was Sue Turn­bull with 105-27-78 nett on count-back from Robyn Downs, who won a ball.

Scratch winner was Heather Long with 94 strokes.

Near­est-the-pins: third Gallery Cafe´, Di Day; ninth Cafe´ Alofa, Heather Long; 14th One4One Cafe´, Sue Turn­bull.

Nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion: Bett Jef­fers cel­e­brated a birth­day re­cently aswell as a win in the nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion, with 14 points on count-back from Pauline Moroney, who took home two balls.

Up­com­ing events: Mel­bourne Cup lun­cheon is on again at Hill Top. Start pre­par­ing your out­fit to win great prizes and have a day full of fun.

Tick­ets avail­able soon for $40 if pur­chased be­fore Oc­to­ber 31, $45 af­ter that date.

Vil­lani Day on Sun­day, Septem­ber 17 is a twop­er­son am­brose med­ley.

Wed­nes­day’s event is Cap­tain’s Day. We are in for a fun day with Bev cre­at­ing some tricky holes to play on a re­designed course of par3s around the front nine one-and-a-half times.

Back nine is out of play due to main­te­nance.

Bev has re­quested play­ers dress with lots of colours.

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