Taupo & Turangi Weekender - - YOUR VIEWS -

Thir­teen ladies gam­bled with the weather last Tues­day and ended up play­ing a full round on Cen­ten­nial in calm and sunny con­di­tions. It was a sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion. First in the sil­ver di­vi­sion, with 30 points, was Chris Thom­son. In Bronze 1, Jenny Cory won with 34 points and Val Stone won Bronze 2 also with 34. Near­est to the pins were Jacky Gaw­ith, win­ning the M21 Meats voucher and Tracy Hansard won the Vic­to­ria’s Cafe´ voucher. This week’s com­pe­ti­tion is Hid­den Pairs sta­ble­ford.

The vet ladies played a putting and nett com­pe­ti­tion on the Tauhara course. The best on the day was Val Stone with 30 putts, closely fol­lowed by Carolyn Newth and Jacky Gaw­ith with 31. Val and Carolyn re­ceived the Cafe´ Baku/Vine Eatery prize and Jacky the Cafe´ 99 voucher. Run­ner­sup on 32 points were Anna Reece (Cafe´ 99), Ev White (Starlight Cin­ema) and Dawn Go­d­i­nagh (Farm­ers

Dis­count Meats). In the nett com­pe­ti­tion, Carmel Hop­kins won the Sil­ver di­vi­sion and the Farm­ers Dis­count Meats voucher. Bronze 1 was won by Jenny Cory who won the Lake­side Meats prize and Gwen Wraight had the best nett in Bronze 2 and took home the Starlight Cin­ema voucher. Jackie Broughton won two balls for get­ting near­est to the pins on holes 16 and 17 and June A’court won a ball for the long­est putt on hole 18. Next week’s com­pe­ti­tion is the sec­ond round of Vets tro­phy while the rest of the field will play a nett round.

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