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9 Hole Women's Golf update

Topic: Womens Golf

Nine Hole Women’s Golf Update

Well, the weather gods were certainly looking after us this past week. Glorious weather and hopefully, for those who were able to play, your golf hit the same heights? If not, I’m sure you enjoyed being out there enjoying the sunshine regardless.


For Wednesday, 22 May:

Front Nine – Pam Isaac (20 Stableford) $15, Sabra Davies (18) $10, Mihwa Lee (17) $6

Back Nine – Jenny Griffiths (20 Stableford) $15, Carol Smith & Sally Paine (17) $10, Jill Pickett (16) $5.

For Monday, 27 May:

Front Nine – Wendy Kusabs & Virginia Healey (16 Stableford) $9 each

Back Nine – Louise Lucena – 20 Stableford) $12, Marian Cornwell & Ruth Adams (18) $8 each, Mihwa Lee – (17) $5.

SCRAMBLE DATES FOR JUNE – Monday 10th & 24th and Wednesday 5th and 19th.


Please see results (so far) on the Noticeboard for gross and net scores. Note that those who have entered but have yet to play both front and back nine do not have an Eclectic total yet.

MID WINTER FUN DAY & LUNCHWednesday, 19 June (8.45am Shotgun start)

Entries close and lunch to be paid by Friday, 7th June. Please note if golf is cancelled due to weather/frost the lunch will still go ahead at approx.11.45am.


Paula Hollies and Amanda Boberg represented us at this event on 16th May and came in fourth and sixth respectively in the hidden pairs. Well done girls.

ROTORUA GOLF CLUB: Ladies Open Foursomes/3 Day Handicap Matchplay.

Details of this event are on the Noticeboard. This might be an enjoyable few days away for some of you, playing on a course which, by all accounts, handles the winter wet well. Enter as a pair and enjoy great hospitality from the Rotorua Golf Club. For further information please ask/email Jo Hollies or Linda Brown.


Apparently there have been some instances of slow play causing problems holding up the field. Please remember to pick up once it is not possible to score any stableford points. Other things that help to speed play are:

1) Think about your club selection as you are walking to your ball.

2) Where practical, take your practice swing while others in your group are hitting.

3) The first two players to putt out on the green should move quickly to the next tee and tee off before marking their cards.

4) Remember, each group MUST keep up with the group in front.