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.

PHOTO: Peter Hunt

TIM­BER­TOP HORDES: The 10km run had over 300 com­peti­tors, thanks to the hordes of fit young Tim­ber­top stu­dents.

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