A big, busy week for lady golfers

A big week of golf in the women’s competition started with a stroke event last Wednesday.

Di Greer had a comfortable win posting a score of 66 net as well as being the best with the short stick needing only 22 putts on the day. Narelle Kriz was the runner-up with 71 net followed by Geraldine Francisco (72 net) and Susan Goonrey along with Daphne Cross (74 net each).

Saturday’s annual Langford Day Canadian game turned out to be a white wash win for the Fraser family. A field of 13 teams took to the course with Mark Fraser teaming up with Pat Polack to win the day with 60 net ahead of Serena and Stewart Fraser who were second on a countback from Fay Hardwick and Peter ‘China’ Brien (on 65 net each).

Joy Josephson and Sam Kershaw were next with 66 net while Alec Fraser and Wan Sipatsa carded 67 net for fifth place.

Nearest the Pin prizes for the ladies went to Fay Hardwick, Narelle Kriz (2), Narelle Green and Wan Sipatsa and for the men, Stewart Fraser and Jay Egan were the only guys to get on the “dance floor”.

Daphne Cross scored 37 points in Sunday’s Stableford to secure the win from Narelle Kriz and Robynne Morton who both had 36 points each. Another countback gave Di Greer the edge over Wan Sipatsa (35 each) and a three-way countback had Pam Sikora inch out Geraldine Francisco and Karen Walsh when all finished on 34. Jannine Wilkin won the Nearest the Pin prize on the 7th hole and Geraldine Francisco was best on the 15th.

The holiday Monday Stableford game win went to Robynne Morton followed by Pam Sikora and Wan Sipatsa hot on her heels posting 38 points each.

Susan Goonrey wasn’t far behind scoring 37 points as well as picking up the Nearest the Pin prize on the 8th hole. Chrissy Gilligan was closest to the flag on the 11th.

The Cobar Bowling & Golf Club sponsored Stableford will be played this Saturday and, after golfers put their clocks forward for daylight savings, there shouldn’t be any reason to miss the BCD sponsored Stableford round on Sunday.—T’d Off