• Ladies Golf Report – Week ending December 11th 2016

  • Great weather for golf
    The wet weather of winter is a distant memory as the sun shines down and the run has returned to the course.

    As Christmas approaches, people (even golfers) get busier, so only three turned out for the Sunday and Tuesday nine hole events.

    Sunday’s winner was Sue Parsons while Tuesday was won by Pam Abbott, both scoring 14 points.

    Wednesday’s ladies stableford went to Lyn Holland on a countback from Marion Foster, both on 37.

    She may not have won the day, but Donna Sedgman took out the nearest the pin on the third and the 18th hole shootout.

    Nicki Cooper got nearest the pin on the seventh, Louise Calvert-Jones’ putt in the special putting held up all day, though she was the first in the field to putt.

    Lyn Holland also took the hidden holes prize, so a good day all round for her.

    Line balls went to Millie Cumming on 36, Norma Friday and Sam Bailey both on 35, Lesley Anderson on 34 and Shelley Comerford and Louise Calvert-Jones, both on 33.

    Eight ladies played in the nine hole on Thursday, with Marion Foster on 17 beating Pam Abbott on a countback.

    The beautiful weather on Saturday lured 10 ladies out for a stroke event.

    Again, there was a countback for first place, won by Shelley Comerford from Donna Sedgman, both on 72 nett.

    Lesley Anderson took the putting and line balls went to Lorraine Cullen on 74, Andrea Marsden and Kathryn Stone on 77 and Masrion Sargeant on 78.

    Wednesday, December 14 is the date for the ladies’ Christmas luncheon, which will be preceded by a 14 hole Canadian foursomes, with each player only allowed to carry three clubs.

    Should be interesting.

    By Wendy Hunt

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