2021 Ladies Golf champions decided

After two days of play on the weekend, the ladies Golf 2021 Champions were decided. Fay Hardwick finished as the A Grade winner, Pat Polack won C Grade and Fran Samios held off her competition to take the B Grade title

ships were decided over the weekend after the competition was hotly contested on both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday’s play was however marred by a few unwelcome spectators on the course as golfers had to contend with snakes sunning themselves on three different holes.
Fortunately none were interested enough to go back to watch the action on Sunday.
The A Grade Scratch champion over the 54 holes for 2021 was Fay Hardwick who fin-ished with a score of 254.
Sally Bannister was the runner-up on 262.
Geraldine Francisco won the A Grade Net competition with 227 with Robynne Morton the runner-up with 231.
A close contest in B Grade had Fran Samios win the Scratch title with 293 off the stick over runner-up Jannine Wilkin on 295.
The Net winner was Marlene Wynd with 222 while runner-up Susan Goonrey had 225 over the 54 holes.
Pat Polack is the C Grade champion after finishing with a Scratch score of 336. Glenda Peebles was the runner-up on 352.
The 18 hole Stroke game that was run in conjunction with Sunday’s second round of championships was won by Sally Bannister with 70 net.
Marlene Wynd was second with 72 net fol-lowed by a countback between Daphne Cross and Fay Hardwick, after both had 73 net.
Another countback was needed to separate Jannine Wilkin and Angela Fryer after each posted 75 net for the day.
Nearest the Pin prizes on Saturday went to Geraldine Francisco (11th hole), Karen Manns (3rd hole) and Glenda Peebles (15th hole) while Sunday’s pin winners were Fay Hard-wick on the 7th in A Grade, Marlene Wynd on the 15th for B grade and in C Grade, Pat Po-lack was the closest on the 8th hole.
Angela Fryer picked up a win in last Wednesday’s Stroke game after coming in with a score of 74 net.
In second position was Sally Bannister with 75 net followed by Susan Goonrey (76) and Jannine Wilkin placed 4th with 77 net.
It was a three-way tie for the best on the greens with Robynne Morton, Daphne Cross and Angela Fryer all recording 27 putts over the 18 holes.
A Stableford game will be on offer today with a Stableford Mulligan to be played on Saturday.
After the clocks are put forward one hour for daylight savings, Sunday’s game will be a Par round.
A Stableford will also be played on the holi-day Monday.—T’d Off