Bronwyn Hegarty gets in some practice with her swing in readiness for some fierce competition. Beryl Sims and Heather Painter are ready for a great day of golf.
Jan Painter looks forward to some terrific golf on a beautiful but chilly autumn day.
THE first international bowl, second silver spoon and second qualifying round was played on a pleasant, sunny Wednesday last week at Wagin golf.
It seemed a perfect day to play perfect golf, but it proved otherwise.
Perhaps playing stroke two weeks in a row is too much, or maybe it is easier to concentrate when the weather is windy, cold and wet.
Robin Dunham was in a class of her own winning on 73 nett.
Noelene Tuffin was two shots behind on 75 nett and the novelty on No. 3 was won by Fe Thompson.
The others tried their hardest but the course was not kind – the trees and the greens were unforgiving.
The club thanked Simone Stephens of Simone Jane’s Hair Design for her sponsorship.
June 6 is the Stableford jubilee foursomes with arranged partners.
People who don’t have a partner are asked to call the captain on 0427 852 036 to arrange one.
Those who want to play nine holes are encouraged to turn up and a game will be arranged.
The golf clinic is on until June 20 so those who haven’t done so are asked to call co-ordinator Jenny Ewen on 0428 611 197 for details.