A FOURBALL best ball Stableford completion was played last Thursday for the Moora Glass trophy which also included the George Booth Integrated Tourism Services Challenge at the Wongan Hills Ladies’ Golf Club.
The course has covered well and is looking a treat.
Some showers were forecast for the afternoon but no one expected the volume of water that those showers would bring.
After the rain arrived the scores were not so brilliant but no one pulled out.
The winners of the day were Shirley Pascoe and Teresa MacPherson with 45 points.
The runners-up were Kathy Meldrum and Lynne Falconer with 39 points.
Nearest the pin on 2, 12 and 15 was Kathy Meldrum and on 5 was Fiona Lord.
Best third shot on 4 was Shirley Pascoe and closest chip on 6 was Lynne Falconer.
Best second shot on 17 was Shirley Pascoe and longest putt on 9 was Sue Holme and on 18 Jane Wilson.
The winners of the George Booth Challenge will go to Wanneroo on September 24 to compete against winners from other clubs.
Today a stroke competition was played for the Sharon Basham trophy.
It will also be the third silver spoon and second international bowl round.
The club’s open day is on June 26 and this will be the first time the club has run an Alzheimer’s awareness day, so people are encouraged to come along and support it and enjoy a game of golf as well.
In nine-hole mixed golf, four players enjoyed a Stableford competition last week.
As announced at the start of the season, men and women are welcome to join in these competitions and last Thursday saw the first man participating.
The club welcomed aboard Peter Breen, who might be the first of many men to join the mixed nine-hole golf competition on Tuesdays.
The winner of the day was Tracey Ganzer with 23 points and the runner-up was Peter Breen on 18 points.
Nearest the pin on 12 was Tracey Ganzer and on 15 was Sue Holme.
Longest putt on 18 was Peter Breen.