Fryer not fazed by foul weather and romps to a win

Angela Fryer (at right) wasn’t fazed by the bad weather that greeted golfers on
Sunday on the local course and she posted a score of 39 Stableford points to win the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club sponsored day. Sally Bannister (left) finished as the runner-up with 34.▪ Photo contributed

The Ladies Golf Cobar Bowling & Golf Club sponsored Stableford event on Sunday only attracted a field of nine hardy players in the heat, dust and windy conditions that never let up all day. 

The bad weather however didn’t seem to faze Angela Fryer who romped home to win with 39 Stableford points, and blitzing the rest of the pack.

Sally Bannister was second after gaining
the upper hand in a countback over Robynne Morton after each had 34 points.

Fay Hardwick was 4th on 31 points and daughter Suzie Hardwick was right behind her with 30.

The Nearest the Pin prizes went to Robynne Morton, Narelle Kriz, Angela Fryer, Fay Hardwick and Susan Goonrey.

Sally Bannister survived another countback from Geraldine Francisco in Saturday’s Par round after each recorded -1.

Fay Hardwick took third spot with -2.

The Nearest the Pin prize on the 3rd hole for A Grade went to Geraldine Francisco, Di Greer was the closest for B Grade and Vicki Fullagar was the C Grade winner.

The holiday Monday Par three game was taken out by Di Greer with a great 32 net score.

More countbacks gave Tina Gordon the nod over Susan Goonrey (with both carding 40 net) while Karen Walsh was next posting 41 net.

Sally Bannister was the A Grade Nearest the Pin winner on the 7th hole, Susan Goonrey won B Grade and Karen Walsh was the C Grade pin winner.

The Wednesday competitions are proving to be the most popular lately with 13 players contesting last week’s Stroke event, the best roll up for the week.

Pat Polack was the eventual winner on a countback from Susan Goonrey when both ladies posted 74 net.

Di Greer was next with 76 net followed by Geraldine Francisco (77) and Fay Hardwick on 78 net.

Fran Samios picked up the putting prize with 23 putts for the day.

This weekend’s program includes a Stroke event on Saturday while on Sunday partners are needed for a Canadian game.—T’d Off