THE ladies at the Wongan Hills Golf Club had a perfect day for their golf last Thursday; there was no rain and the course is a picture.
A stroke competition for the Sharon Basham Trophy was played and included the third silver spoon and second international bowl rounds.
Having to count every shot sure separates the men form the boys, or in this case the women from the girls.
However, the sun was shining and if the golf was ordinary you could enjoy the weather and the exercise.
The winner of the day was Aileen Jones with 68 nett and the runner-up was Jane Wilson on 73 nett.
The gross winner was Shirley Pascoe with 82 who also won the least putts for the day with 24.
Nearest the pin on Nos. 2, 5 and 15 was Jane Wilson and on No. 12 was Margery Stevens who also won the closest chip on No. 6.
Best third shot went to Teresa MacPherson.
Best second shot on No. 17 was Shirley Pascoe who also won the long putt on No. 9.
The long putt winner on No. 18 was Aileen Jones.
The coaching classes sponsored by Golf WA and Healthways have now been programmed into the golfing calendar.
Those who rang president Lynne Falconer showing an interest in these lessons are asked to call Lynne on 9671 1050 or 0429 465 476 for details of the dates and times of coaching which start in July.
June 26 was the club open day and today a Stableford competition will be played for the club trophy.
Junior golf continues to be still popular and help is still needed to supervise the young players on Friday afternoons from 3.30-5pm.
In nine-hole golf, four keen golfers played a par competition last week and one of golf’s keenest nine holders had a much-earned win.
The winner of the day was Leslie Muir on a countback from Tracey Ganzer and Sue Holme with one down.
Clarice Collins had a creditable two down.
Nearest the pin on No. 2 was Leslie Muir and long drive on No. 9 was Tracey Ganzer.