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Narooma Ladies Golf results

This week the final two rounds of the Championship were played. Congratulations to all the ladies who participated and to the fabulous results that were posted. The weather was great for the final two days and the course was in excellent condition. Monday, 22nd August 21 entrants competed in the Woman’s Championships round 3 event. Two divisions: Div 1 0-22; Div 2 23-45 Sylvia Donohoe was division one winner with a nett score of 68 off handicap of 5. Moira Richards was division two winner with a nett score of 67 off handicap of 39. Balls to 72. Nearest to pin Hole 3, Div 3. Margaret Brown Hole. 14, Div 1. Jayne Hotchkis Hole. 17, Div 2. Janice Eardley Also on Monday, 6 ladies competed in the stableford event. The winner was Julie Whyte who had a blinder and posted a score of 39 off handicap of 31 Balls to 27. Round 4 and final round of the Woman’s Championship was played on Wednesday 24th August with 19 entrants. Heather McMillan was the winner with a great score of 71 nett off handicap of 30. Moira Richards once again played a great game and posted a score of 72 C/B. Balls to 74 C/B went to Julie Melville, Jayne Hotchkis, Margaret Brown and Chris Fader. Nearest to pin Hole 3, Div 2 Mary Young Hole 9, Div 3 Margaret Brown Hole 17, Div 1 Jayne Hotchkis 7 ladies played in the stableford event with Julie Whyte playing another great round and posted a score of 38 off her handicap of 30. Balls to 35. Congratulations to our champions, Sylvia Donohoe gross winner with a fabulous gross score of 314 and to Moira Richards who played four great rounds and posted a nett score of 274.

Winner, Sylvia Donohoe, Leone Whelan, Life Member at Narooma, Jenny Walker, Ladies President.

Dorelle Monteith, Jenny Wuttke-Hayes, Sylvia Donohoe, Leone Whelan, Jenny Walker.

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