It’s already well into April and summer is still lingering on with very warm dry days. We had a great day on Tuesday for the Vegas Ambrose which was played on the back nine due to greens renovations on the front nine. There were 52 ladies with Teams of 3 or 4. We had a shotgun start at 8:30 and the day was dedicated to helping young Beau Willett towards his dream of golfing in a college in California. Beau was stationed on the 15th hole and for a donation he would hit over the water for each team. (Needless to say no balls went into the water like they usually do!) Also Dad Dave was helping out on the 13th hole in a stunning outfit putting most of our balls on the green. We wish Beau all the best for his golfing future and we will let the ladies know next week how much was raised for him. Below are some great photos of the 13th and 15th holes.
The Competition winners were with 58.75 points
Runners Up with 61.62 points
All on the 17th hole went to
Division 1 – BRIGITTE WARDLE
Division 2 – EDNA MCFADYEN
Division 3 – MARGARET BIRD
RAFFLE for Beau – of 2 golf lessons was won by
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THOSE WINNERS AND EVERYONE FOR PARTICIPATING IN A GREAT DAY!
NEXT WEEK IS A PAR ROUND SO SEE YOU ALL THEN
CCWGA PENNANTS 2018
Well done Toukley on Mondays first draw at The Breakers. Next week we are playing Shelley Beach at Morisset. Our team will consist of Yvonne Boardman, Rhonda Primmer, Denise Johnston, Tracey Burke, Jane Lindley, Kylie Dennis and Kaz Coventry.
THURSDAY LADIES 9 HOLE COMPETITION
Last week the nine hole competition ladies had 29 players. The winner of the day was JUDY HENNESSY with 18 points and the NTP went to Sharon Denton(6th hole). The Thursday ladies are most welcome to join the Tuesday 18 hole competition. If you are thinking of giving it a go please let one of us know and we will put you with a group of ladies to help you. Or you could join the 9 hole group on Tuesday’s that hit off at the end of the field. The more you play the better your golf will get.
Thursday ladies also had a visitor on the 9th hole – a red belly black snake slithered across the fairway.