Carr division one winner

by admin on July 22nd, 2018

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WINNERS: Division one stroke winner and bronze International Bowl winner captain Leah Carr, division two runner-up Claire Holman, division two winner Leonie Phelps and nine holer winner Maureen Maloney. The Cummins Golf Club ladies were keen to swing their sticks last week after missing their weekly game the week before with the course practically underwater in some areas.
Nanjing Night Net

Wednesday was thestroke event, round threeof the International Bowl and round fourof the putting competition.

Ronda Glover unexpectedly made her day more challenging, snapping her putter shaft inhalf.

Unperturbed she used her number threeiron as a putter for the remainder of hergame and considering she had 18 putts over nineholes for the putting competition, she putted extraordinarilywell.

She described the incident as a “putt in the butt”.

Number sevengave a few players angst with the ball running down the slope and into the hazard.

The manicured fairway still allowedthe ball quite abit of run, which can be advantageous or, as on number seven, no advantage at all.

Ronnie Murchison and Chris Koch joined the ladies back in the 19th to wait for the tee stewards to checkthe cards before winners were announced.

Leah Carr won division one(98/74) and was bronze winner of the International Bowl,Claire Holman was division onerunner up (103/75) and birdied on17,Leonie Phelps wondivision two(109/77) and Maureen Maloney was the nine-holewinner(86/64).

Carmel Sheehan won the Eyre Travel nearest the pinfor division one and LeoniePhelps won Doug Watson’s nearest the pinfor division two.

The novelty for the day was apt considering it was round fourof the putting competition. For division oneand two it was the most number of oneputts, and for the nine holers it was the most twoputts.

Division onewinnerwas Claire Holman with nineoneputts,Joan Nelligan wondivision twowith sevenone putts andRonda Glovertied with Maureen Maloney with 18 putts each for the nine-holer competition.

Tracey Wooley and Tiff Firthearned a handicap break from their previous game’sscore.

Carmel Sheehan brought out her magnificent ginger fluff sponge cake to surprise Joan Nelligan for her80th birthday and Chris Koch for her 60th.

Captain Leah Carr said how admired Mrs Nelligan, as an active patroness and player, and the women hoped they couldstill play 18 holes of golf every week when they turned 80.

She saidshe wasexcited to see Mrs Koch return to the club and the game as soon as she is able.

Saturday,July 23 wasa stableford event with Liz Blacker and Tracey Wooley on tee duty and Kathy Modra as hostess.

All the best to players competing in the country week competition this week.

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