• Ladies Golf Report – Week ending September 4th

  • Water water everywhere…

    JUST when it seems the rain is letting up, we get another downfall.

    By the weekend, the course seemed to be wetter than it had been all winter, andv unfortunately, it was in these conditions that the President’s Day Mixed Ambrose was played.

    Twelve teams on men and women took to the course for a shotgun start at 12.30.

    In a competition like this, where both members of the team play their balls from the position of the best ball, scores can be spectacularly low, and given the course conditions, the winning team of Sheryl Sargent and Tony Pridham did themselves proud, coming in with 61 nett.

    Runners up were the team of Sargeant/Grant on 65.5, followed by Anderson/Bettany on 66.25.

    Louise receives some putting advice from Bill during the President's Day Ambrose event

    Louise receives some putting advice from Bill during the President’s Day Ambrose event

    In Tuesday’s nine hole stableford event, Nikki Coffey won, with Lorraine Cullen second.

    Wednesday’s 18 hole competition was for the monthly medal, sponsored by Snowgum Nursery.

    Only 10 brave souls competed, and Millie Cumming had an easy win, coming home with 79 nett.

    Second was Robyn Baker with 83 nett.

    Line balls went to Sam Bailey, Marion Sargeant, Sue Parsons and Lesley Anderson.

    Cumming not only won the medal, but also took nearest the pin on the third hole, the Hidden Holes and the 18th hole shootout.

    Well done, Millie, for making difficult conditions look easy.

    There is much to look forward to, as winter turns to spring.

    The Premier League starts on September 14, so get your team together if you haven’t already.

    On Grand Final day (October 1), the club will hold a nine hole two person Ambrose competition, kicking off with a shotgun start at 8am.

    An egg and bacon roll will be provided, and entry to the comp will be free for those who turn up in their favourite AFL team apparel.

    Should be a fun morning before the drama of the Big Dance.

    On October 9, the new Sunday Golf League will start, with teams of four vying for glory over nine holes.

    The best two scores of the team will count and the round can be played at any time throughout the day.

    Also for your diary, the Professional Gold Day, a four ball better ball 18 hole event, will be played on October 15.

     

    By WENDY HUNT

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