Fanning has day on the greens
The stableford event sponsored by Hill Top was played in warm spring weather.
Lyn Fanning played a great game to win A-grade with 38 points and claim two nearest to the pins.
Runner-up was Janine Morgan with 35 points. Balls down the line went to Jan Coe, Deb Reilly, MandyMcGrath and Bev Roberts all with 34 points.
Nearest to the pins went to Lyn Fanning on the third hole, sponsored by Gallery Cafe´, and the 9th (Cafe´ A Lofa), Joyce Tavener on the sixth (Tatura Hot Bread) and Lyn Flett on the 14th (One4One Cafe´).
Nine-hole competition: Lois Rogers won two balls and Roylyn Harris one ball.
Free golf lessons: October is golf and bowls month, with free lessons on Sunday at Hill Top. Juniors register for golf at 10.30 am for an hour lesson.
Women should register at 12.45 pm, with golf played from 1 pm to 2 pm.
Free bowls lessons will also be offered on the day.
Juniors register at 11.45 am and bowl until 12.45 pm.
Everyone else register at 2 pm and bowl from 2.15 pm to 3.15 pm.
For more details about golf or bowls, phone Hill Top on 5824 1689.
Pennant golf begins with a home game against Mooroopna. Good luck to all the girls playing.
Country Week: Congratulations to the Goulburn Murray Association’s women’s team, which won division one at Country Week against plenty of talented opposition. The win was extra special, as the women had not won at this level since 1980.
Terri Wangeman was one of the caddies who undoubtedly gave plenty of support to the players.
Congratulations also to the Goulburn Murray men’s team, which won division two unbeaten.
Hill Top Golf members were saddened to hear of the passing of our founding member Beryl Gray. Our condolences are extended to her family and friends.
Wednesday’s event: Stroke: Sponsor Drummond Golf, Star Medallist, HT Brooch, second round veterans, nine-hole competition: Stroke.
Dynamic duo: Stableford winner Lyn Fanning and runner-up Janine Morgan.