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LADIES GOLF

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 30th April 2019

Another amazing Autumn day, a bit chilly to start with but the sun soon warmed things up. Great to see so many ladies playing today, 49 in total, including several new members for the first time. There were 27 playing 18 holes & 22 playing 9 holes so the club...

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 23rd April 2019

A great turnout today with 32*18 hole players and 16*9 hole players entered in the 4BBB Stableford events. The 18 hole ladies were aiming to qualify for the Royal Women's Hospital (RWH) State Final to be held at Southern GC on Monday 28th October. It was a little...

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 16th April 2019

What a difference a week makes! The cold wet weather was a distant memory as today was more like Summer and with little wind so ideal for good scoring. The event was Stableford and the second round of The President's Trophy for both the 9 & 18-hole players. After...

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 9th April 2019

What an awful day for golf today when we all thought there would only be showers there was heavy rain & wind! Not surprisingly many ladies did not finish as they were soaked & cold but congratulations to all those who completed their round in very tough...

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 2nd April 2019

There was a definite Autumn feel today, lots of dew on the ground but a lovely clear day & no wind. Ideal conditions for golf with 39 ladies (23*18 hole players & 16*9 hole players) entered in the 2 Stroke/Putting events. For the 18-hole ladies it was also the...

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Ladies Golf Results – Tuesday 26th March 2019

Great to see 40 keen ladies (26*18 hole players & 14*9 hole players) take on the extremely windy conditions that greeted everyone today. Rain threatened early but did not eventuate, it was definitely cooler than recent days but not the worst conditions experienced...

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