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.