Golfers adhere to social distancing rules on the course

Lady golfers Karen Walsh, Ann Dunn and Elaine Burton were noticed to be adhering to social distancing rules during their match on Sunday on the local course. In addition to keeping 1.5 metres apart while playing, the women also ensured each had their own golf carts.

The numbers of participants were low in all games of the Ladies Golf competitions played last week with only four players turning up for last Wednesday’s Stroke event.

After her two wins the previous week, Wan Sipatsa chalked up another win on Wednesday finishing with a score of 70 net.

Sally Bannister was runner-up with 73 net and Fran Samios was the best with the short stick having 26 putts for the day.

Five golfers were on hand for Saturday’s Par game.

Narelle Kriz was the winner with a score of -2 just ahead of Ann Dunn on -3.

Wan Sipatsa was the Nearest to the Pin winner on the 3rd hole for A Grade and Marlene Wynd was the best for B Grade.

A few more ladies were on hand for Sunday’s Stableford round in which Sally Bannister’s score of 33 points was enough to secure her the win from Narelle Kriz, second with 31 points, and Angela Fryer on 30 points.

Kriz was the pin winner for A Grade and Ann Dunn was closest to the pin on the 7th hole for B Grade.

A Par game is scheduled for today with a Stableford set down for Saturday.

The Ultra Finish three person Ambrose in Louth is also on Saturday and is always a good day (but don’t forget sock guards and insect repellent!).

A two person Ambrose will be played on Sunday which will be a draw for partner format.—T’d Off