On Saturday, November 3, 111 golfers participated in a single stableford event sponsored by Young Rotary Club to raise funds for Country Hope.
Nineteen ladies played.
In Division 1 Liz Harding was the winner with 41, followed by Christabel Stolhand 37 and Chris Keevil 37.
Division 2 winner was Pam Stolhand 36, Betty Stanton 35 and Sandra Holmes 34.
Division 3 winner was Larraine Nicols 40, Libby Plumley 38 and Joan Coddington 38.
Nearest the Pin winner was Michele Blizzard.
Congratulations go to the Young Rotary Club for the organisation of a successful day and the raising of valuable funds for a great cause.
A fun day was had by a small group of golfers on Melbourne Cup Day when they played a 17 hole stableford event followed by lunch and watching the running of the Cup.
The 15th hole was out of play due to the irrigation works in progress.
Thanks go to Lindsay Regan for organising the sweeps.
The course had a good drink on Wednesday and the ladies did not play.
Perhaps the damp conditions will reduce the amount of run.
The irrigation work continues and there is always room for volunteers if you are able to help.
Play on Saturday, November 10 will be a single stableford sponsored by Powderly’s Pumping and Irrigation. Three grades will be competed for.
A wonderful week of Veterans’ golf will be held from Monday, November 19, to Friday, November 23 with the annual Cherry Festival tournament.
This event brings many visitors to town and it is an opportunity for the golfing fraternity to show some country hospitality.
The visitors support many local businesses with their presence in the town.
Presentation Day is Sunday, November 25 with nine holes of golf followed by lunch.
If you don’t wish to play golf, still come to the lunch and enjoy wrapping up the season.
For catering purposes, please indicate if you are coming.
A sheet is in the ladies room.
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