• Ladies Golf Report Week ending 10th March 2019

  • Mansfield Ladies well represented around the District and State

    It has been a very busy couple of weeks in the ladies golfing world.

    Firstly, huge congratulations to all those hard working volunteers involved in running the Hospital Auxiliary Charity Golf Day. Once again it was a great success and we are sure significant funds will have been raised in support of our Hospital.
    The ladies kicked off their pennant season with a loss in Div 1 and a bye for Div 2 for the first week and unfortunately, despite some close games with high heat and difficult circumstances, both Divisions again weren’t able to come up with the win last week. Let’s hope the fortunes turn this week as Div 1 travel to Corowa to play against Wodonga, Div 2 to Myrtleford to take on Yarrawonga and Div 3 to Thurgoona to go up against Jubilee. Good luck girls.
    Six ladies also headed to Marysville to defend their Bowl which we had won last year. As is always the case, it was a lovely day in beautiful surrounds, but the golf not as good as last year. Nevertheless, Sam Bailey came home with the famous bucket of spuds, as runner up in A grade.
    Meanwhile at home, the February Monthly Medal and Bill Reardon qualifying round was won by first-time winner Jenny Foster with a lovely nett 71. Jenny has been playing some lovely golf of late and well deserves to finally have a monthly medal to pin onto her hat!

    In the immediate past week, the Tuesday 9-hole comp was won by Linda Brook with -1 for her par round. Runner up was Glenis Skinner with -2. On Wednesday an unusually small field for this time of the year contested their Summer Cup round, with Millie Cumming leading the way with 34 points, followed by Sheryl Sargent on 33. Line balls went to Lesley Anderson 31, Linda Brook 30, Robyn Baker 30, Lyn Poulson 29 and Sam Bailey 28. Millie won the special prize for the “not so hidden” holes, Linda Terry had the NTP on the 3rd, and Sue Parson had the closest 3rd shot on the 18th.

    On Thursday, Kay Rose won the George Walker 9 holes with 15 points and on Saturday, Linda Terry led the way with 37 points for that day’s stableford event, followed by Norma Friday with 35. Well done everyone.

    Finally, we would like to wish good luck to six of our ladies who are heading off to contest the finals for the Victorian 4BBB event which are being held at Sorrento and Moonah Links next Monday and Tuesday. We really hope one of our pairs in Millie Cumming/Sam Bailey, Jenny Foster/Louise Calvert-Jones or Shelly Comerford/Sheryl Sargent will bring home the trophy!


    Linda Terry

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