• Ladies Golf Report – Week ending September 25th

  • Clinics for pennant players. 

    CLUB professional Dan Robertson will be running clinics for those interested in playing the next pennant season.

    BE NICE: Shelley Comerford keeps an eye on her shot to the 10th green in a recent (dry) round. PHOTO: Wendy Hunt

    BE NICE: Shelley Comerford keeps an eye on her shot to the 10th green in a recent (dry) round. PHOTO: Wendy Hunt.

    He has prepared a survey form for the ladies to indicate their preferences in terms of clinic times and areas of the game they would like instruction in.

    By attending the clinics ahead of the pennant season, players will have a chance to hone the skills they have learnt ahead of when they are needed.

    For those wanting to put their names down for pennant, please fill in the short survey available in the locker room and return to Dan as soon as possible.

    Dodging the rain, a number of ladies were able to get out for a game last week.

    Tuesday’s nine hole stableford was won by Patsy Smiles with 12 points.

    Wednesday saw a field of 11 out for an 18 hole stableford round.

    Winner on the day was Shirley Nolan, with a good 31 points given the conditions.

    Runner up was Sue Parsons with 28.

    Line balls went to Donna Sedgman, Marion Foster and Millie Cumming.

    Welcome back to Meg Broomfield, who won the nine hole stableford competition on Thursday.

    Saturday was the monthly medal round with a field of 10 players out on a much better day in terms of weather.

    Winner on the day was Millie Cumming with a very good 75 nett, from Shelley Comerford on 78.

    Sue Parsons took the nearest the pin on the third hole and dead eye Millie won the putting competition.

    Line balls went to Shirley Nolan, Robyn Baker, visitor Julie Sarll and Linda Terry.

    Daylight saving begins next weekend, and hopefully it will bring some warmer and finer weather for those who like to get out and chase a little white ball around a big green field.

    Moving on to the game with the funny shaped ball, congratulations to the Mansfield Eagles Reserves, who took out the grand final last Sunday at Shepparton – and go you Bloods.

    By Wendy Hunt

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