Women’s golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport -

Women’s golf started with a beau­ti­ful spring day on Wed­nes­day and was con­tested by a good field of play­ers.

The day’s com­pe­ti­tion was a 4BBB draw where part­ners were a com­bi­na­tion of high and low hand­i­cap­pers.

The event was spon­sored by Chelsea at Brush It up Hair­dress­ing.

She gen­er­ously do­nated hair prod­ucts for the first three groups.

Joan Hill and Roy­lyn Har­ris com­bined well to fin­ish with 41 points.

Not far be­hind was cap­tain Terri Wange­man and Di Day on 40 points.

In third place was Josie De Ieso and Deb Reilly on 39 points.

There were many groups with 37 points so there is a long list of balls down the line win­ners led by Jan Coe and Lynda O’Shan­nessy, Kerry Gross and Janette Hay­ward, Phyl Fid­des and Heather Long, Beryl Home and Judy Baker, Liz Mulc­ahy and Fran­cie Mark.

There was great ex­cite­ment in the club­house when the nine­hole com­pe­ti­tion was won by new mem­ber Anne Le Lievre with re­turn­ing player Heather Wildes as run­ner-up.

Near­est-the-pins: The third for the Gallery Cafe´ voucher was won by Fran­cie Mark; the sixth for the Tatura Hot Bread voucher was Jan Coe; Deb Reilly took the One4One break­fast voucher for the 14th .

Pen­nant: Un­for­tu­nately our team suf­fered its first loss for the season so didn’t make it to the fi­nal play off for the f lag.

Good luck to the girls rep­re­sent­ing Hill Top in the GMGA 4BBB Team day at Rich River on Mon­day.

On Wed­nes­day the ladies will be play­ing off for the monthly medal spon­sored by Drum­mond Golf and New­ton’s par­cel ser­vice.

The ladies com­mit­tee is in full swing prepar­ing for the win­ter pre­sen­ta­tion day on Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 12.

This day in­cludes recog­ni­tion of the win­ners of all the events that have been played in the past eight months, Christ­mas cel­e­bra­tions, with a visit from Santa and his elf.

Past and present play­ers are wel­come to join us for lunch 12.30 pm for 1 pm or play a round of golf start­ing at 9 am.

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