Lady golfers were seen soaking up the sun last week on the course with numbers increasing due to some of the COVID-19 restrictions being relaxed.
Groups of four can play together now
although the one player per cart rule still stands.
Sally Bannister was the Stroke competition winner on Wednesday with a respectable score of 74 net and she also won the putting prize after finishing with 28 putts over the 18 holes played.
Marlene Wynd was the runner-up on 78 net while a countback was needed to separate Wan Sipatsa and Barb Barklimore when they each finished with scores of 79 net.
Saturday’s Stableford game had Wan Sipatsa and Barb Barklimore in another tussle after both scored 37 points.
Daphne Cross placed third with 36, Sally Bannister posted 34 points for 4th spot and Geraldine Francisco was next with 32 points.
Francisco was also the A Grade Nearest the Pin prize winner on the 8th hole.
Karen Manns was closest to the flag for B Grade and Karen Walsh for C Grade.
A group of 13 golfers contested Sunday’s Par event which ended in a tight finish with all placings having to be decided on countbacks all the way to 9th spot.
Karen Manns won the day over Fran Samios, (both finished with -1 each); next was Sally Bannister, Geraldine Francisco and Barb Barklimore all finishing up with -2 and following were another four players on -4.
The Nearest the Pin prize on the 11th hole went to Sally Bannister for A Grade and Daphne Cross for B grade.
A Stableford game will be played today and a Stroke event is set down for Saturday.
As NSW Golf are yet to make a decision on the running of this year’s KENO competition, Sunday’s game will now be a Foursomes format so players are encouraged to arrange a playing partner ASAP.—T’d Off