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Narooma Ladies Golf results

Narooma Ladies hosted the Women’s Open Triple Course Challenge on Sunday 29th May. We had 64 entrants resulting in a great competition. On the Montague course Sylvia Donohoe from Narooma was the scratch winner with a score of 81 and Wendy Hergenhan from Bega was the scratch runner-up with a score of 85. On the Wagonga course Megan Everest from Yowani was the scratch winner with a score of 91 and Kay Lawrence from Narooma was the scratch runner-up with a score of 92. On the Gulaga course Mindy Li from Queanbeyan was the stableford winner with a score of 38. Runner up was Annette Britton from Bega with 34 points and Chris Hendra from Narooma third with a score of 32. The Narooma Plate Winners were from Narooma. The team was Chris Fader, Kay Lawrence and Jenny Walker who posted a great score of 94 points. The Triple Course team winners were also from Narooma. The team was Sylvia Donohoe, Kay Lawrence and Chris Hendra who also posted a great score of 99 points. On Monday 30th most ladies backed up and braved the cooler weather conditions to contest the Women’s Open 4BBB stableford. Division 1 winners from Bega with 43 points were Wendy Hergenhan and Elyse Cruzner. Division 2 winners from Narooma with 42 points were Robyn Giblett and Julie Whyte. Congratulations to all the winners. Wednesday 1st June, 22 Narooma Ladies competed in Women’s Par (3) Two divisions, division 1. 0-32. Division 2. 33-45 Div 1 winner was Julie Blessington with -2 C/B Div 2 winner was Chris Hendra with +1 Nearest to pin. Hole 14 Maddie Robinson on the 14th Hole 17 Jane Blomfield on the 17th Balls to -4 C/B.

Winners of the Narooma Plate - Kay Lawrence, Chris Fader, Jenny Walker.

Triple Course winners, Kay Lawrence, Sylvia Donohoe, Chris Hendra.

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