WINNERS: Claiming their respective first prizes on a day sponsored by club patroness Bev Watson were Sue McFarlane (A division), Margie Porter (B division) and Susie Mort (C division)Thirty-fourladies competed in a stableford competition played across three divisions at the Naracoorte Golf Club last Wednesday, on a day that was kindly sponsored by club patronessBev Watson.
The day wasplayed in unseasonably hot humid conditions, which presented a different sort of challenge to golfers who might have been expecting more typical Autumn weather.
Although there were 34 starters, the field lost fourplayers to the heat.
We even saw the unstoppable Bernie Richards hitch a ride in acart, emphasising thatwe had all thought summer was long gone.
At the end of the day theA division winner was Sue McFarlane with 33 points, followed very closely by runner-up Sandra Munn, who ended upwith a score of 32 points.
In the B division it wasMargie Porter who won the day with the top score of the event at36 points. She was followed by runner-upLiz Ogilvie, who finished with 31 points.
The C division winner was Susie Mort, who claimed the winon a countback from Anne Monfries.Both ladiesfinished their respective roundswith 34 points.
The Nearest the Pin on the seventh was Robyn Hage, whilethe weekly Tendercuts NTP on the 16thwas won by Sars Crawford in the A division.
In the C division it wasJenny Clark who had amagnificent drive which took her right up to the pin, although sadly it just didnot quite drop intothe hole.
Nodoubt it was a thrilling moment for Jenny and her nine-hole playing partners.
In the ball run down were Sally Hawkins, Marjorie Todd, Meg Fry and SarsCrawford.
In other news from the week, the pennant season has nowdrawn to a close.
Members wanted to thank the 24 ladies who represented our club, and in particular to thankthe threecaptains of the pennants sides inJane Allen, Sandra Munn and Marjorie Todd.
Despite competing hard throughout the season, and doing their club proud, none of our teams finished with the flag.
It was beaut to welcome Bev Watson in her first official role as patroness. Hercommitment to the club and ladies golf has been evident through the many decadesshe has played.
Bev has often been referred to as the silent assassin on the course, with the reputation of acagey, clever master of match play.
Although playing in the nine-hole competition thisseason, she once again took the honours this week with her 15 points.
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