A Grade Winner Alex Lambert, B Grade Winner Carmel Cory, C Grade Winner Pam Packer
A Grade Winner Helen Chilton, B Grade Winner Glenis Skeer, C Grade Winner Barbara Sapiatzer
Helen Chilton and Kathy Sporer
Millicent’s Team of 10 – L-R Chris Bailey, Ian Greenwood, Phil Thrussell, Bruce Packer, Haydn Fennell, Pam Packer, Kirsty Bailey, Graham Sunderland, Mardi Sunderland, Trevor Atkinson
Millicent – Winners of Sheer Arse Trophy – L-R Phil Thrussell, Graham Sunderland, Kirsty Bailey Terry Chant, Mardi Sunderland, Owen Merrett, Ron Hateley.
A Grade Winner Sue Agnew, C Grade Winner Barbara Sapiatzer, B Grade Winner Rosalie Hunt
Naracoorte Golf Club hosted the Cormack Salver on Monday 4th June.
The Cormack Salver originated in 1938, when Lady Cormack presented a Salver to be competed for by Naracoorte, Casterton, Millicent and Mount Gambier Golf Clubs. Penola joined the competition in 1962 with approval from Lady Cormack.
Each Club submits two teams of three players to compete for the Salver.
Naracoorte Ladies Captain, Pam Hood welcomed the thirty Ladies in attendance, who then ventured out to play a Stroke Round in ideal conditions. The Golf Course was well presented, although a majority of players found the greens to be very quick and tricky.
After play, a luncheon was provided by the Naracoorte Ladies prior to the presentation of trophies.
The Salver was retained by Millicent, who have won the last four years, the winning team being Helen Chilton, Kirsty Bailey and Mary Winser
Individual trophies were also presented, with Helen Chilton being the Player of the Day, returning a brilliant scorecard of nett 70 and 86 off the stick. As each player is only to win one trophy, the off the stick prize was awarded to Kirsty Bailey with 93.
Next year’s competition will be held at Casterton.
Naracoorte Ladies Captain Pam Hood, Millicent’s winning team – Mary Winser, Helen Chilton and Kirsty Bailey.
Mark Pilmore, Martin Cameron, Paul Whitford, Ben Golding
John Reynolds, Alan Schultz, Owen Merrett, Peter Varcoe
Graham (Spike) Warren, Chris Agnew, Craig Kuiper
Craig Kuiper putting on the 9th Green, watched by Chris Agnew and Spike Warren.