A-grade winner Fe Thompson of Wagin, B-grade runner-up Noleen Tuffin of Wagin, A-grade runner-up Wendy Dawson of Katanning, long marker winner Wendy Batt of Boddington and B-grade winner Terri Spooner of Wagin.WAGIN Ladies’ Golf Club held its open day last week, which was attended by 34 players from 12 golf clubs.
The day couldn’t have been more perfect.
The weather was more than pleasant, the fairways were mowed and the greens were swept to nearly everyone’s liking, producing a high quality of scores, putting big smiles to the winners and appreciation from other players.
The A-grade winner was Fe Thompson of Wagin with 41 Stableford points and Wendy Dawson from Katanning Country Club was the runner-up with 38 Stableford points.
The gross winner was Karan Murray from Katanning Country Club with 23 gross points.
The B-grade winner was Terri Spooner with an impressive 44 Stableford points and the runner-up was Noleen Tuffin on 40 Stableford points.
Robin Anderson of Wandering won the veterans’ trophy on 38 Stableford points, sponsored by Lois Dohle, and the Long Marker Trophy was won by Wendy Batt of Boddington, with the trophy donated by Wagin’s life member Iris Riseborough.
The teams event was won by Noleen Tuffin, Wendy Dawson and Di Hughes of Pingelly.
The novelty winners were Wendy Dawson for pot of gold on No. 3, Noleen Tuffin for longest putt on No. 4, Louise McCarley of Katanning Country Club for the A-grade longest drive on No. 6, Coleen Bell of Forrest Hills for nearest the pin on No. 8, Karan Murray for nearest the pin on No. 11, Nicki Gambrell of Narrogin for longest putt on No. 12, Fiona McCarley of Katanning Country Club for nearest the pin on No. 16 and the massive B-grade longest drive on No. 17 was won by vice-captain Bronwyn Hegarty.
The club thanked sponsors Golf Down Under, Ward family, Murdoch family, Iris Riseborough, Lois Dohle, Wagin Panel and Paint, Bronwyn Hegarty, BankWest, Jan Painter, Heather Painter, Noleen Tuffin, Jenny Ewen and Chris Barker.
The club also thanked the men, especially Trevor and Brian Patterson who prepared the course in immaculate condition, Dave Hill and Greg Brockway for manning the bar and Jenny Ewen for organising the kitchen.
August 1 is the White Elephant day, playing stableford.
Nine-hole golfers and walkers are welcome.