Monday 5th March:
The women’s 9 hole stableford competition was won by Janice McKenzie in A grade with 20 points and runner-up Norma Begely had 17 points. B Grade’s Jeanette Dodds had 21 points to win in that grade, followed by Sami Oguzhan on a count-back from Sally Stone and Maureen Vesey with 17 points..
Saturday 3rd March:
Was official opening day with an 18 hole mixed Pinehurst competition. Neil and Di Hinds were the winners with nett 60 5/8 and the runners-up with 63 5/8 were Janice and Graham McKenzie. Best Gross score winners with 75, were Craig McKenzie and Vicki Hannah. Nearest the Pin 1st/10th was Jean Hansen for the women and Graham McKenzie for the men. On 9th/18th hole, Vicki Hannah had the closest women’s shot and Brian McKenzie was the most accurate of the men players.
Friday 2nd March.
Apollo Bay women hosted the Otway Pennant.
The chicken run this week was won by Alex Baird with 21 points and Brian McKenzie with 19 points.
Earlier in the week three women players from Apollo Bay won the Barwon Heads Bowl with 110 points. Congratulations to Vicki Hannah, who with 40 points also won the individual trophy for the day, Lyn Box with 37 points and Jill Fowler with 33 points. Well done girls!
Thursday 1st March:
Final round of the women’s Summer Cup produced the following results: 0-27 Janice McKenzie scored 86-25-61 to win and runner-up Norma Begely had 95-22-73. In the 28-45 division, Sami Oguzhan won with 102-35-67 on a count-back from runner-up Jan Shaw who scored 101-34-67. The putting was won in A grade by Janice McKenzie, with 29 putts and in B Grade Sami Oguzhan won with 29 putts.
The Summer Cup winner in A Grade was Janice McKenzie with 203. Runner-up Jill Fowler scored 206. In B Grade the Summer cup winner Faith Morrissy scored 201 and runner-up Jan Shaw pipped Adele Rowarth on a count-back with 208.
Monday 26th February:
The women’s 9 hole stableford competition was won by Jeanette Dodds with 17 points and Helen Healy, who has just re-started golf recently, was runner-up with 16 points.
Friday 16th February:
Apollo Bay women played Otway Pennant at Colac against Anglesea. The match was squared with 2 wins, 2 losses and a draw. Our first time pennant player Faith Morrissy won on the 18th hole -2 up. Sandra Toone comfortably won her match 7/6. Adele Rowarth lost on the 16th hole 3/2 and Jan Shaw who hasn’t played pennant for many years, lost 2 down on the 18th hole. Jean Hansen squared her match. Otway pennant on Friday 23rd February, where Apollo Bay played Clifton Springs at Anglesea in humid weather, Apollo Bay team lost 3/2. Martha Macintyre won, 2 up, Adele Rowarth and Jean Hansen squared their games, and Lyn Box and Sandra Toone lost in close matches.
Thursday 22nd February:
Third round of the women’s Summer Cup produced the following results: 0-27 Adele Rowarth scored 98-27-71 to win and runner-up Sandra Kent had 92-20-72. In the 28-45 division, Faith Morrissy won with 103-38-65, lining up with the winners 3 weeks in a row! Jan Shaw was runner-up scoring 104-34-70. The putting was won in A grade by Adele Rowarth, with 28 putts and in B Grade Jeanette Dodds won with 29 putts.
Monday 19th February:
The women’s 9 hole stableford event held in warm but blustery weather, saw Dawn Thomas win in A Grade with 18 points followed by Margaret Smith, runner-up 15 points. In B Grade, Maureen Vesey won with 17 points, and with 16 points, Joycie Henderson was runner-up.
Thursday 15th February:
Second round of the women’s Summer Cup produced the following winners: 0-27 Jill Fowler 87-20-67 her second win in this competition, runner-up Janice McKenzie 94-25-69. In the 28-45 division Adele Rowarth won with 96-28-68 and Faith Morrissy was the runner-up for the second time, with 107-38-69. The putting was won in A grade by Janice McKenzie, with 32 putts and in B Grade Sami Oguzhan won with 26 putts.
Monday 12th February:
Women’s 9 hole stableford event. In beautiful sunny weather 18 players took to the course with the following results: A Grade, Dawn Thomas 18 points, Runner-up Mariette Deppeler, on a count-back from Sandra Toone 17 points. B Grade winner Sally Stone had 20 points, with runner-up Maureen Vesey, who also netted a nearest the pin, gaining 18 points.