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THCC Ladies’ Golf 2018 Club Championship

August 14th, 2018 was the last day of our three day 54 Hole Stroke Championship. This year we had a field of 19 ladies and all players completed the three days. Well done to all who participated. And the winners are…

Division 1 Gross Winner and Club Champion with a score of 284 is Marie Murawai. Congratulations Marie on being our 2018 Champion. Division 1 Gross Runner Up with a score of 292 is Leonie Snodgrass. Division 1 Handicap Winner with a score of 231 net is Gayle MacAlpine. Division 1 Handicap Runner Up with a score of 239 net is Gail Rogers.

Division 2 Gross Winner with a score of 329 is Annette Manton. Division 2 Gross Runner Up with a score of 336 is Judy Apps. Division 2 Handicap Winner with a score of 217 net is Elsa Shearer. Division 2 Handicap Runner Up with a score of 227 net is Ann Ware. Congratulations to all our Winners.

Our 6th Monthly Medal was also played in conjunction with the first day of our Championship. Congratulations to Gayle MacAlpine who won the Medal with a 71 net.

Thanks to our Sponsors Tuross Service Station. We appreciate your generosity and support of Ladies’ Golf.

Best Wishes to those who are playing in the Moruya Open this weekend.

Next Week is an 18 Hole Stableford.

A reminder to all that our Charity Day for Moruya Hospital is on Tuesday 4th September. All Are Welcome.

Above: left to right in the photo above are Leonie Snodgrass, Marie Murawai, Gayle MacAlpine and Gail Rogers.

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