The 4BBB stableford event played on Anzac Day, sponsored by NL Drainage, was a huge success attracting 116 players, which included 36 women.
Catering on the day was excellent, with hot dogs before play, and afternoon tea following golf.
Sheryl Curran and Janette Hayward scored 47 points, winning on a count-back from Colleen Johns and Josie De Ieso. Heather Long and Sue Turnbull, in third place, also scored a sponsor’s voucher for their 46 points on count-back from Bec Jeffers and Deb Reilly.
Balls were given to Bec Jeffers/Deb Reilly, Pat Serra/Lyn Flett, and Tracy Lowry/Gail Wootton.
Nearest-the-pins — 3rd: Deb Reilly; 6th: Jenny Jeong; 9th: Heather Long; 14th: Tracy Lowry.
It is always good to see our girls travelling to other clubs to play in their events.
Parkland held its Bell Day last week, where Gail Meneilly, Di Day and Phyl Fiddes played well to receive the runners-up trophy, just falling short by two points.
Pennant: Divisions one and four travelled to Tocumwal yesterday, hoping to open the season with a win, while division three played at Rich River. Results next week.
Wednesday’s event: Stroke: First round club Championships.
Nine-hole competition: Stroke, back nine.