This week’s game was played in delightful weather on a course that looks better each week. Louis is working on several different projects all at once, and seems to be able to coax life into bare patches that haven’t seen growth for years. After a very cool, crisp start, the jackets came off and thirty-two ladies enjoyed spring like conditions for their last game of winter.

The greens are still fast and there was plenty of run, so selecting clubs to do the job that was needed was quite challenging. Cries of “Too long” and “Too short” and the more plaintive “It’s gone off the back” could be heard, as well aw a few other phrases which won’t be mentioned here. When all our players were in it was generally agreed that the day, if not always the golf, had been very pleasant.
Angela Boadle and Peta Merchant were the Division one winners, both with 33 points. Ange, being a bit luckier on the back nine, won on a count back. In Division two Pat Austin continued her winning form, coming home with 36 points, and Linda Trusler was runner up with 34. Sandra Goddard had a very solid 40 points to win Division Three and Margaret Ford, with 36 points, was runner up.

Cathy Ison, Maree McLean and Sandra Goddard were the NTP winners on the 8th hole. Sandra England, Robyn Moore and Sandra Goddard won the 12th hole and the Jackpot was won by Sandra England, Robyn Moore and Sandra Goddard. The ball rundown went to 29 points and there were nine places. Congratulations and well done to all our winners.

Next week will be the Monthly Medal Stroke round for September and we all know how much fun that will be! Don’t miss out, add your name to the start sheet and join in the fun.

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