Local ladies excel at open
WITH perfect weather and the course in pristine condition, fantastic results were achieved by the home club when the Proserpine ladies open was held last week.
The gross winners were Ann Fenton on 85 (A grade), Jenny Hounsell on 86 (B grade), Di Dobbins on 98 (B2 grade) and Tessa Aitken on 102 (C grade).
Gross runners-up were Trish McNeill on 86 (A grade), Maryanne Harrigan on 94 (B grade), Maisy Fogarty on 100 (B2 grade) and MCampbell on 109 (C grade).
The net winners were Yvonne Mallory on 74 (A grade), Cecily Meng on 75 (B grade), Anna Winterbourn on 76 (B2 grade) and Tina Badenhorst on 73 (C grade).
The runners-up were L Chapman on 75 (A grade), Cheryl Scown on 76 (B grade), Patricia Young on 78 (B2 grade) and Beryl Nosworthy on 78 (C grade).
The 70 years and over competition was won by Viv Demartini and Bessie Simpson.
Nearest-the-pins were Ann Fenton on hole 2, Trish McNeill on 16 (A grade), Jenny Hounsell on 5, Maryann Harrigan on 17 (B1 grade), Ronnie Dempsey on 6 (B2 grade), Ann Trigg on 9 and Judy Visentin on 18 (C grade).
The ladies with the least putts for the day were Yvonne Mallory on 26 (A grade), Jenny Hounsell on 27 (B grade), Di Dobbins on 28 (B1 grade) and Guus Hermans on 28 (C grade).
The longest drives came from Trish McNeill in A grade and Tina Badenhorst in C grade.
A hidden partner stableford was chosen by Brenda Cowan for her trophy day held last Wednesday.
Lyn Muller and Guus Hermans were the winners with 65 points while Paula Wronski and Marlene Gray were second on 64.
Mandy Paterson and Alison Day were third ahead of Bernice Petersen and Tessa Aitken and Tiina Randmae and Mary Taylor.
Nearest-the-pin winners for the 0-25 handicap on hole 5 was Lyn Muller.
Tiina Randmae won on hole 13 for the 25-45 handicap, Mandy Paterson won on 2 and Marlene Gray was closest on 18.
LEADING LADIES: Ann Fenton, Anna Winterbourn, Beryl Nosworthy, Michelle Campbell, Tessa Aitken, Di Dobbins, Tina Badenhorst, Yvonne Mallory, Cecily Meng, Jenny Hounsell and Trish McNeill were winners at the ladies' open.