Busy week out on the golf course for Attamurra women

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Busy week out on the golf course for Attamurra women

Forty women took part in the aggregate stableford competition sponsored by Heather Barry last Wednesday at Attamurra.

Competition was keen with the winning pair, Karen Forster and Andrea Pegler combining well for a score of 71 points to win the Periwinkles voucher.

They won by one shot from Jess Parsons and Kerry Pedlar who received the Mount Gambier Garden Centre voucher with 70 points.

Four pairs required 61 points or better to claim a ball in the run down.

Anne Headlam was the most accurate on the eighth hole while second shots on the uphill 10th hole were won by Di Norman, Jennette Braun and Helen Heaver in A, B and C grades respectively.

On Friday the annual Open Ladies day took place in showery and windy conditions.

Sixty ladies from Mount Gambier, Blue Lake, Millicent, Robe and Naracoorte clubs participated.

The South East Ladies Championship was held in conjunction with the A grade competition and local member, Helen Gregory fired a brilliant 86 off the stick to claim the Championship and gross winner trophy.

Runner up was Kathy Webber from Millicent with 91.

Net winner in A grade was Binge Rivaz from Robe with 75 and Faye Mainwaring was runner up one shot further back with 76.

The minor grades played a stableford and Jenny Medhurst from Blue Lake scored 36 points winning B Grade from Sue Agars 35 points.

In C Grade, the Blue Lake ladies scooped the pool with winner, Carol Megaw leading the way with 35 points from Trudy Herbert on a count-back from Bev Pascoe with 34 and Fiona Punton 32 points.

D Grade was fronted by newcomer Jill Johnson who lead the Mount Gambier contingent with 33 points from the inform Jess Parsons.

The teams event was won on a countback with the Blue Lake team of Carol Megaw, Trudy Herbert and Lynda Nannings scoring a total of 102 points from the Mount Gambier team of Jill Johnson, Jess Parsons and Helen Gregory.

Helen Gregory, with her top score of 39 points topped off a successful day when she claimed the best score for the Veterans prize.

Calmer conditions prevailed on Saturday and 14 ladies played a stableford competition.

Jess Parsons continued her consistent form with another top round to claim the winning voucher with 37 points despite having two wipes.

Parsons has been in the placegetters in three of four days of golf.

Runner-up was Faye Mainwaring with a steady round producing 36 points.

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