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CATALINA LADIES GOLF results 11 March 2020

Crows and Corellas invading our golf course! The crows were guilty of stealing golf balls, the corellas, searching madly for worms on the fairways and leaving dugout grass residue to dampen the flight of golf balls. Seventy ladies competed for the first Monthly Medal of the season. This competition rewards the best nett score in each of our three divisions. Jo Taylor (17) managed 73 nett which was the best round of the day. Division 2, Deborah Buchanan (29) a relative newcomer from Moss Vale, followed with a very sound, 74 nett. Deborah shows a lot of promise and once she has time to adapt to the variances of our coastal course, will be a force to be reckoned with. Division 3, Sandra McCauley (35) has been a member for only a short time, being very new to the golfing game. She had nice round of 80 nett and again has potential to develop much further with her game. The full results are as follows-

Division 1 – Jo Taylor (17) nett 73; Nikki Frank (11) nett 74; Sue Lowes (20) nett 75.

Division 2 – Deborah Buchanan (below) (29) nett 74; Di Collins (28) nett 76; Rosemary Weeks (25) nett 78.

Division 3 – Sandra McCauley (below) (35) nett 80; Jo Neal (32) nett 80; Helen Bunsell (35) nett 81.

Please note that we now have three teams competing in the South Coast & Tablelands Golf Association Pennant competition (Northern Zone). The first rounds are due to commence on Friday, 20th March with Division 1 team playing at Catalina against Mollymook. As well, both teams in the Open events will be playing each other at Catalina. Good golfing Ladies.

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