Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
It was a week of mixed weather, however we managed to play all three competitions with good numbers of players, thanks to support from our interstate guests. Lady Luck was in play on Tuesday, when Dot Corrin birdied the 4th hole, hitting her approach shot over the creek, which then ricocheted off her playing partner’s ball and went into the hole. Also, congratulations to Jo Senior on winning Sporters in only her second competition. Well done Dot and Jo!
Tuesday Stroke Competition (17/8)
The winner was Graham Roberts (63), and the runner-up was Rhonda Bliss (64). NTP’s: #2/11 Men’s – Graham Roberts, #4/13 Approach All-In – Jim Boston, #5/14 Women’s – Julie Taylor, and #8/17 Approach All-in – Julie Taylor.
Thursday Sporters (19/8)
This Thursday’s Sporters was sponsored by Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park and saw forty-one players compete in a 9-hole stroke event. The results were:
1st: Jo Senior [28 points]
2nd: Jamie Smith [29 points on a count-back]
3rd: Tony Little [29 points]
NTP’s: #10 & #11 — Rhys Camilleri, #12 & #16 — Jamie Smith, #13 — Colin Bidgood, #15 —Tony Little. Least Putts — Stew Worth .
Saturday’s 2-Ball Ambrose (21/8)
Despite the very wet playing conditions, fifteen teams competed in the 2-Ball Ambrose, sponsored by KLP Taxation. The results were:
1st: Troy Kopp / Jamie Smith [55 ¼]
2nd: Gavin Camilleri / Brian Ernst [58 ¾]
3rd: Carlo Mannos / Michael Elliot [60 ¼]
All-in NTP’s #4/13 – Paul Topper, #5/14 – Paul Taylor, #6/15 – Carlo Mannos, #1/10 & #9/18 Approach – Dave Wylie. Longest Drive Men’s – Jake Perkins and Longest Drive Women’s – Hipas Donald.
The NAGA Award went to Stew Worth / Jo Bishop [70 ½].
Thank you to KLP Taxation for sponsoring the day and to all the players for your kind donations to #DoingItForJarrod, in support of children living with cancer.
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