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Narooma Ladies Golf results

Monday 21st March 28 entrants competed in a medley stableford event on a fairly humid autumn day.

Div 1: 0-29

Div 2: 30-45

Grade A winner was a visitor from Kiama Golf Club with a score of 36 off handicap of 13. Runner up was Tanya Desmond with a score of 33 OCB

Grade B winner was Vicki Ward who has been chasing a good result and posted a great score of 36 off handicap of 42. Runner up was Jane Blomfield. Always good to see Jane on the leaderboard. Jane posted a score of 34 off handicap of 37.

Balls to 28 OCB

Nearest to pin.

14th - Robyn Yeomans Div 2

17th - Laura Taylor Div 3

The semi final was played in the 4BBB Matchplay.

Sylvia Donohoe and Chris Hendra will be in the final to be played next week against Julie Melville and Lynne McDonald.

Wednesday March 23rd.

After a rainy start the day quickly changed to a beautiful one and 39 ladies choose to participate in the Ladies President Day. Only three clubs of your choice plus putter were allowed.

Kay Lawrence was the overall winner with 35 points off handicap of 14.

Runner up was Dierdre Landells who posted a score of 32 off handicap of 25.

Grade B winner was Di Williamson who still managed to post a good score of 34 off handicap of 33. Runner up was Margaret Brown who has been in the winner circle consistently with a score of 32 off handicap of 32. Balls to 28 OCB.

Nearest to pin.

17th: Debbie Zipf Div 2

3rd: Ann Durnan. Div 3

18 Narooma Ladies competed in the FSC&TGA tournament held at Catalina Golf Club over three days.

On Wednesday 16th March our winners were:

Tina Wilson had the best gross score in Division 2

Margaret Brown had the best gross score in Division 3

Dierdre Landells won the golden hole.

Above: Margaret Brown, Di Williamson, Kay Lawrence, Jenny Walker, Dierdre Landells.

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