Sharp – on and off the course

Matamata Chronicle - - Sport -

The Mata­mata Golf Club Tues­day ladies were not only look­ing sharp on the course with the pur­chases they made from An­nette Muir and Raewyn Rig­gir’s cloth­ing and golf ac­ces­sories they brought along to show us but were also very sharp with their scor­ing.

The sharpest of them all and the Golfer of the Week, do­nated by Bev Lamb, and scram­ble win­ner was Sue Han­cock with a fan­tas­tic 73 gross and 43 stable­ford points with twos on the 6th, 11th and 16th holes.

She was fol­lowed in the scram­ble with lovely rounds by Ruth Tay­lor 42 points and win­ner of the O- del- emz voucher, Shel­ley James 41 points, Elaine Reeve 40 points, Raewyn Rig­gir 39 points, Di Rom­ley and An­nette Muir 38 points, Dianne O’Reilly 37 points and Lynne Arts 36 points.

Next week is the third and last round of the Sum­mer Cup so good luck to those who have been play­ing con­sis­tent golf.

Nine Holers

Win­ner of the nett com­pe­ti­tion was Joan Locke with a 36 nett.

She was fol­lowed by Bev Paton and Jan­ice with nett 39.

Stable­ford win­ner was Joan Locke with 19 points and run­ner up Beth Vosper with 17 points.

Ruth Tay­lor was our Satur­day scram­ble win­ner with 39 points fol­lowed by Faye Mathews 37, Brenda Hull, Chris Mackenzie and Shee­lah Lamb with 33 points.


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