Today’s event was the first round of the 4BBB Progressive Stableford.  There are 4 rounds to this event and the best 3 will count towards the final progressive score.  Please keep in mind that each round needs to be played with a different partner.  At this stage, the second round will be played on the 16th May.  We will let you know if there are any changes.

Today’s weather was a little kinder and we all managed to finish before our little downpour.  Some exceptional scores were posted today and congratulations to the following groups:-

Winners with 48 Points                            Jill Morley (33) and Libby Still (42)

Runners Up with 45 Points                      Linda Hough (45) and Carol Dennehy (40)

Second Runners Up with 43 Points       Angie Davis (34) and Helen Turner (43)

Balls down to 39 points.


Div 1  –  Brigitte Wardle

Div 2  –  Ali Caswell

Div 3  –  Lola Call


Our winners Jill Morley and Libby Still congratulated by our ever smiling President        Lola Call

Our runners up Linda Hough and Carol Dennehy     and Happy Birthday Linda

Our second runners up Angie Davis and Helen Turner

We had a special guest on the course today, Mia Cranston  –  future golfer and/or caddie?



9 Hole winner was Norma Brandon and Runner Up was Gwenda Holland.

After our presentation our committee discussed and agreed to having a “Champions Wall”, so we will shortly see our 2016 champions decorating our ladies wall.  And deservedly so.


Yvonne Boardman, who is co-ordinating the pennants for our club this year, has released the draw which will be as follows:-

Wattle Pool                                                                                                                        Banksia Pool

Yvonne Boardman                                                                                                                Dianne George

Paula Randy                                                                                                                           Brigitte Wardle

Jill Fisher                                                                                                                                Rhonda Primmer

Sharon Denton                                                                                                                      Judy Dind

Dianne Page                                                                                                                           Denise Johnston

Carmel Henry                                                                                                                        Donna Andrews

Sue Taylor                                                                                                                              Kylie Denniss

Helen Peters                                                                                                                          Irene Taylor

Robyn Keyes                                                                                                                          Ali Caswell

Linda Hough                                                                                                                          Denise Blyth

Good luck girls and thank you for supporting your club.


The “Rule of the Day” regards the playing of a provisional ball, 27-2 (page 117)

If a ball may  be lost outside a water hazard or may be out of bounds, to save time the player may play another ball provisionally in accordance with Rule 27-1.  The player must:

(i)  announce to his opponent in match play or his marker or a fellow competitor in stroke play that he intends to play a provisional ball; and

(ii) play the provisional ball before he or his partner goes forward to search for the original ball.

If a player fails to meet the above requirements prior to playing another ball, that ball is notprovisional ball and becomes the ball in play under penalty of stroke and distance           (Rule 27-1); the original  ball is lost.


Just a little reminder about our Toukley Classic, please put your names down and pay Pam Jackson next week.