Sunday competition proving popular with ladies
CONDITIONS are back to normal on the course, and this is being reflected in the numbers playing and in the scores.
Eleven players fronted up for the nine hole Sunday Stableford, which was won by Shirley Nolan with 18 points.
Second was Sue Parsons with 16 points, and line balls went to Tess Horwood, Kathryn Stone and Lesley Anderson, all on 15.
Tuesday’s morning competition did not lure any players away from their Melbourne Cup Day preparations, but they came out in force on Wednesday, with a field of 23.
Division one was won by Sam Bailey with a great 40 points, but she was surpassed by Glenis Skinner’s effort from division two, scoring 41 points.
Second in division one was Linda Terry with 37 and Marion Mitchell was second in division two with 35.
Nancy Stephens took the nearest the pin on the 16th, and Robyn Baker the Pro Pin on the third.
Hidden Holes winner was Glenis Skinner, the 18th hole shootout went to Sam Bailey and Sue Parsons won the putting.
Line balls went to Sue Parsons, Robyn Baker, Lorraine Cullen, Sheryl Sargent, Millie Cumming, Andrea Marsden, Lesley Anderson and Donna Sedgman.
Seven ladies played on Thursday, with Shirley Nolan winning with 18 points.
Runner up was Gayle Wells with 16 and Sue Parsons took a line ball with 14.
Saturday saw eight ladies on the course for the 18 hole comp, won spectacularly by Robyn Baker with 41 points from Sue Parsons on 39.
Nearest the pin on the third went to Lyn Holland and Sue Parsons won the comp for threes on par fours.
Line balls went to Shelley Comerford and Sam Bailey.
Reports are that the run is back on the course, so let’s all try to get out there for some fun in the sun.
TIMBERTOP HORDES: The 10km run had over 300 competitors, thanks to the hordes of fit young Timbertop students.