Heat taking its toll on lady golfers

Already this season the heat seems to be taking effect earlier than expected in the Ladies Golf competition with reduced numbers seen over the past week.
Last Wednesday’s Stableford could only muster six players with Ann Dunn winning on a countback from Geraldine Francisco after both ladies scored 36 points.
Susan Goonrey was third with 33.

The Nearest the Pin prizes on the 8th hole went to sisters Geraldine Francisco in A Grade and Susan Goonrey in B Grade.
The Cobar Bowling & Golf Club Day sponsored Stableford on Saturday attracted a few more starters with 13 players on hand.

Karen Walsh was the ladies winner posting
37 points. Geraldine Francisco was the runnerup on 35 followed by Susan Goonrey (34), Marlene Wynd (33) and Jannine Wilkin on 31. Nearest the Pin prizes on the 8th hole went to Fay Hardwick, Susan Goonrey and Karen Walsh while on the 15th hole Fay Hardwick was once again closest for A Grade, Barb Barklimore
for B Grade and Glenis Prisk in C Grade.

Only 12 players were brave (or crazy?) enough to take on the 40 degree heat in Sunday’s Mixed Four-Ball-Worst-Ball competition.
Narelle Kriz and Steve Manns teamed up to score 27 points for the win from Jannine and Garry Wilkin on 26 points. Fay Hardwick and Greg Clark finished in 3rd place with 25. Kriz and David ‘Flash’ Gordon were Nearest the Pin winners on the 8th hole while on the 11th Serena Fraser and Garry Wilkin were the

Individual scores were for the men were Clark 34, Stewart Fraser and Manns 33, Peter Lawrence 32, Wilkin 31 and Gordon 30. For the women, Wilkin 36, Kriz 34, Serena Fraser 32, Fay Hardwick and Tina Gordon 31 and Robynne Morton 29.

This week starts with a Par today followed by a Stableford on Saturday and on Sunday a Par
Mulligan (an extra six shots over the 18 holes) will be contested.—T’d Off