Lady golfers enjoy the spring sunshine

Perfect weather conditions for all of the scheduled Ladies Golf games last week were reflected in the large number of lady golfers out enjoying the spring sunshine.  

Karen Walsh was the only player in the black for last Wednesday’s Par round and she finished with a +3 score to win the day.

The runner-up was Fay Hardwick on -1 and Pam Sikora secured third place with -2.

Fay Hardwick and Sally Bannister were closest to the flag on the 7th and 11th holes respectively.

There was a good turn out for Saturday’s variation Stableford with 15 players taking part.

Julie Livingston and Angela Fryer were the winners with 70 points followed by Susan Goonrey and Jannine Wilkin on 64.

Pat Polack and Ann Dunn were next with 53 followed by Fay and Suzie Hardwick posting 52 points.

The Nearest the Pin prize on the 3rd hole was won by Jannine Wilkin in A Grade; B Grade’s winner was Di Greer and Joy Josephson won the prize for C Grade.

It was a tight contest for first place in Sunday’s Stableford plus Scratch game with Judy Mitchell’s score of 39 points enough to ward off Daphne Cross and Fay Hardwick who both scored 38 points.

Angela Fryer wasn’t far off the pace with 37 and Barb Barklimore had 34 to round out the place getters.

Fay Hardwick was the Scratch winner with 25 points and also the A Grade Nearest the Pin winner on the 7th hole.

The B Grade Nearest the Pin prize on the same hole was won by Marlene Wynd and Elaine Burton was the C Grade winner.

A Stroke game is scheduled for today and on Saturday the annual Langford Day mixed Canadian will take place.

Ladies are asked to take a plate to share after the game.

Sunday’s game is a Par round.

The Nyngan Open, both men and women, will also take place on Sunday and those interested in jumping on the bus, they need to add their names on the list on the golfers’ notice board at the club ASAP.—T’d Off