The women’s golf annual Pink Day on Sunday saw 24 players in many shades of the colour pink out to raise money for Breast Cancer (including three cute little pink striped pigs).
A score of 43 points was enough for the combination of Geraldine Francisco, Sally Bannister and Wan Sipatsa to finish on top.
The individual winner was Karen Walsh on a countback from Brenda Fugar after both scored 42 points. Karen Manns gained 3rd place (41 points) then countbacks were needed between Wan Sipatsa and Geraldine Francisco (39 points each) and Robynne Morton and Pam Sikora (38 points). Angela Fryer wrapped up the minor placings with 36 points. Geraldine Francisco and Pam Sikora were nearest to the pins winners on the 8th and 15th holes.
Susan Goonrey, Karen Warren and Pam Sikora were voted by the bar staff as the best dressed on the day.
Sally Bannister played well in last Wednesday’s Stroke game taking the winner’s purse with a score of net 63 as well as being the best putter (20) in the field of 11. The runner-up was Geraldine Francisco with 68 net followed by Gloria Hay (72) and Pat Polack with 73 net.
On Thursday Glenis Prisk was rewarded for the long drive to Tottenham by taking out this year’s Tottenham Vets Open tournament.
The Empire Day sponsored three person Ambrose winning team of Angela Fryer, Karen Manns and Jackie Smith got home on Saturday (with a net score of 63 1/6) from Chrissy Gilligan, Ev Hyde and Wan Sipatsa carding 63 5/6.
Sally Bannister, Karen Warren and Pam Sikora finished in 3rd position (64⅓) ahead of Gloria Hay, Gail Russell and Barb Barklimore (65⅔) from Pat Polack, Alma Rogers and Bessie Kitson. Today a Par game will be played ahead of a big weekend of golf.
Saturday’s New Gold Peak Gold Mines Canadian event will tee off at 11am while the 2015 Atlas Copco 18 hole Ladies Open on Sunday has a tee off time of 9am.—T’d Off