Monday October 16th:
Women’s Memorial Shield Day
had teams from Anglesea, Barwon Valley, Colac, Lara,
Lorne, Timboon, Torquay and Apollo Bay participate. The team from Colac, consisting of Dot Frith, Phyl Borwick and Pat Campigli, won the Shield with 71 stableford points. In A grade, 0-25 handicap range, Ann Lynch from Barwon Valley won with a score of 29 points, runner up was Michelle Gristede from Timboon with 26 points, on a countback from Dot Frith from Colac.
B grade, 26-45 handicaps, was won by Chris Angus from Lorne with local player Sandra Toone being runner up with 25 points, on a countback from Jeanette Kent from Torquay. The winner of the Nearest the pin on the 1st & 10th was won by our own Janice McKenzie who was the only player to get on the green.
Thursday October 12th:
Congratulations to Vicki Hannah on winning the Women’s Championship for the 3rd year in a row. Vicki’s rounds totalled 274 and the runner up was Sandra Kent with 282. Sandra Kent also won the Championship putting with a total of 93 putts.
The 54 holes nett winner was Sandra Toone with 227 and Kerryn Wagstaff came in next with 238 nett.
The daily competition saw A grade Vicki Hannah winning with a 90-15-75 and Sandra Toone who had 102-26-76 being runner up. Sandra also won the putting with 30 putts. B grade was won by Jean Hansen with 118-41-77 and Faith Morrissy was runner up with 122-39-83. Faith also won the putting with 31 putts.
Vicki Hannah had a successful day by also winning the Monthly Medal with 75 nett and the best gross with 90.
Monday October 9th:
Round 2 of the women’s championships. The players faced a windy day but luckily the rain held off. A grade winner with a 93-20-73 was Sandra Kent and runner up was Sandra Toone with a score of 102-26-76 while Kerryn Wagstaff won the putting with 29 putts. B grade was won by Jean Hansen with a score of 120-41-79 nett with Faith Morrissy close behind with a 119-39-80, whilst Valerie Johnson won the putting with 32 putts.
Thursday October 5th:
17 women competed in the first round of the club championship. In the 0-26 handicap range, Sandra Kent was the winner with 88-21-67 and Sandra Toone was runner-up with 101-26-75. In the 27-45 category Valerie Johnson won with 101-30-79. Runner-up was Faith Morrissy with 119-39-80 on a count-back from Sue McKenzie and Caroline Wren. Sandra Kent won the Juice Lab trophy and also the A grade putting with 28 putts. Caroline Wren won the B grade putting with 30 putts.
Monday October 2nd:
Women’s 9 holes Stroke was
Won by Vicki Hannah 43-7 ½ – 35 ½ Sally Stone was runner-up on a c/b from Kerryn Wagstaff with 55-16-39. Putting 0-26 was won by Kerryn Wagstaff with 14 putts and 27-45 by Cheryle Polgeest with 16 putts.
Thursday September 28th:
13 women competed in an 18 hole stableford event with Janice McKenzie the A Grade winner with 31 points and runner-up Vicki Hannah with 30 points. In B Grade Faith Morrissy won with 28 points and runner-up Jean Hansen had 26 points. Jean also netted a nearest the pin on 1st/10th.
Monday September 25th:
Women’s 9 holes Stableford. Although the weather looked threatening, 9 women played and managed to avoid the rain. The competition was won by Vicki Hannah with 17 points and runner-up, on a count-back from Sandra Toone was Jean Hansen with 13 points. Sally Stone bagged a nearest the pin with her first shot and Sami Oguzhan was closest with her second shot.
Thursday September 21st:
The sun shone, but the wind was gusty as 7 women competitors vied for the monthly medal. This was won by Vicki Hannah, who also won the daily 18 hole competition and the best gross score with 90-15-75. Runner-up was Adele Rowarth 103-26-77. The putting was won by Sami Oguzhan with 31 putts.
Saturday September 2nd: Mixed 4-person Ambrose 18 holes cancelled and Sunday September 3rd: Men’s 18 hole stroke and Monthly Medal also cancelled due to wet and blustery weather.
Thursday August 31st:
A beautiful sunny day saw 11 women compete in an 18 hole par event. The winner was Vicki Hannah with -1 and runner-up was Janice McKenzie with -4. Janice also claimed the nearest the pin prize on 1st/10th hole. Special mention goes to Caroline Wren who parred the 2nd hole for the 3rd time in a row which combined with a good score for the 18 holes resulted in her handicap being reduced by a stroke.