Millicent Golf Club Ladies Results 23.8.17

14 Ladies arrived at the Millicent Golf Club to play a Par round, however, after a very heavy downpour, only 10 took to the course. Luckily the rain eventually cleared and there were some excellent scores returned by those who completed the 18 holes. Julie McKenzie won the Competition with 1 up, and also had the best score on the Front 9 holes to claim that prize as well. Second place was Bronwyn Clarke with 1 down and the reliable Sue Ireland was in third place with a score of 2 down. The Nearest to Pin Prizes were won by the Club, as no one played the perfect shot to the nominated greens. Next week’s competition is a Stroke Round, Monthly Medal, 2nd Round President’s Trophy, Final round Club & Grade Championships, Putting Competition, Long Drives for all Grades and IGA Supermarket Trophy. On Tuesday 5th September, the Millicent Golf Club Ladies are holding their Open Day, and taking on a new format in playing a Pinehurst Foursomes. We encourage Club Members and Visitors to nominate for the day, either by phoning the Clubhouse 87348124 or the Ladies Captain, Helen Chilton 0435 898 311, alternatively entries may be emailed to millicentgolfclub5@bigpond.com or helenchilton1@gmail.com. Great prizes will be on offer, thanks to the very generous sponsorship of Kimberly Clark Australia and DiGiorgio Family Wines.

19/08/17

Saturday Stroke – Presidents Trophy

A grade

1st – G. Warren 70 cb

2nd – J. Reynolds 70

3rd – M. Pretty 71

B grade

1st – D. Seymour 72

2nd – T. Atkinson 76

3rd – C. Wirth 76

N.T.P

3rd – G. Sunderland

5th – J. Reynolds

13th – M. Pretty

17th – not hit

2nd to 9th – not hit

2nd to 18th – G. Warren

Birdies

J. Reynolds

O. Merritt

M. Pretty

President Trophy

G. Warren

Andy Varcoes tee shot on 17

Millicent Golf Club Ladies Results 16.8.17

Only six Ladies ventured to the Millicent Golf Course on Wednesday 16th August to play a Stableford Competition, where they were met with wild, wet and blustery conditions. After some contemplating, it was decided to brave the weather and play the Short Course from the Orange Tees. The group of six set off and the competition was fierce. There was no rain on the front nine, and Julie McKenzie returned a magnificent score of 22 points, Mardi Sunderland scored 21 and Kirsty Bailey 20. Two heavy showers of rain on the back nine made conditions a little tougher, however Kathy Sporer compiled an impressive 22 points, scoring 40 overall to win the Competition on a countback from Mardi Sunderland. Kirsty Bailey played a great shot on the 3rd hole, winning the Nearest to Pin and sinking her putt for a well deserved birdie. Mardi Sunderland won the Nearest to Pin on the 13th and Sue Ireland’s 2nd shot to the 17th won her a ball. Birdies were also achieved by Kathy Sporer on the 4th and 17th holes, Helen Chilton on the 12th and 17th and Julie McKenzie on the 5th. Next week’s competition is Par round. Results Kathy Sporer 40 on a countback Mardi Sunderland 40 Helen Chilton 37 on a countback Kirsty Bailey 37 Sue Ireland 36 Julie McKenzie 34 Nearest to Pin – 3rd – Kirsty Bailey Nearest to Pin – 13th – Mardi Sunderland Nearest to Pin – 2nd Shot – 17th – Sue Ireland 9 Hole Competition – 2nd Nine – Kathy Sporer 22

13/08/17

Club championships quarter final

A grade

A. Varcoe def S. Packer 4/3

A. Shultz def T. Chant 1up

J. Reynolds def H. Fennell 3/2

P. Thrussell def B. Golding 20th

B grade

M. Cameron def T. Atkinson 19th

A. Ferguson def S. Lonergan 20th

J. Saint def P. Whitford 20th

Semi final draw

A grade

A. Varcoe vs A. Shultz

J. Reynolds vs P. Thrussell

B grade

M. Osmond vs M. Cameron

A. Ferguson vs J. Saint

12/08/17

Saturday Stableford – IGA trophy

A grade

1st – A. Varcoe 37pts

2nd – B. Golding 36pts

3rd – P. Whitford 35pts cb

B grade

1st – G. Cameron 32pts cb

2nd – M. Macrostie 32pts

3rd – S. Lonergan 31pts

N.T.P

3rd – A. Varcoe

5th – P. Whitford

13th – A. Varcoe

17th – G. Warren

2nd to 9th – T. Atkinson

2nd to 18th – A. Varcoe

Birdies

M. Cameron

S. Lonergan

Eagle on 12th

P. Whitford

I.G.A trophy winner

A. Varcoe