Murray Bridge golf women’s report

Presentation Night for the Murray Bridge Golf Club was held last Saturday night and over 90 members  and family celebrated the success of the  champions. 

Amarni Marters and Daniel Gilmore shared centre stage as our Women’s and Men’s Champions.

Amarni had had some amazing golfing success at the SAPSASA Country and Metropolitan Competitions held last week. 

She is the 2017 Golf SA SAPSASA Country Girls Champion and came third in the metro and country competition. 

Amarni is now one of the top four girls in the State and has made the 2017 SA State Representative squad.

Last Tuesday was an Amcal Pharmacy par round of golf which won by Ady Wright with a score of plus 2. 

Liz Llewellyn again played well to score minus 1 and was runner-up as well as NTP on four.

Jill Morrell and Dawn Stacey were the first of the open placegetters both scoring minus 2. 

Dawn was proud of her five-point score with a gobbler on the 12th hole.

Kathy Pfeiffer had minus 3 followed by Jan Murray on minus 4.

The final two open placegetters, both on minus 5 were Sue Antel and Liz Hodge.

On Satuday, Carol Hasson from Echunga won the Amcal Pharmacy Stroke round with a score of 113/69.

Ady Wright played an excellent game to be runner-up with a score of104/72.

Maureen Edwards and Gretchen Scannell were the first of the open placegetters also scoring 100/72 and 105/72 respectively. 

Robyn Teasdale and Heather Fromm scored 104/78 and 101/78 respectively while Deb Christie won NTP on the 11th hole.

On Tuesday there was a good turnout of players despite the windy conditions to play in the Amcal Pharmacy stableford round. 

Liz Llewellyn had yet another very good game to be the winner with an impressive score of 36 points. 

She was proud of her five for four points on the third hole and she has been so consistent recently that her handicap has come down by a point each week for the past three weeks.

Ellen Paech was runner-up with 33 points followed closely by Maureen Edwards and Kathy Pfeiffer both on 31 points. 

One of the highlights for Kathy was a 5 for 3 points on the 16th hole.

Lyn Pitcher was the final open placegetter on a count back from Liz Hodge and Dawn Stacey all on 29 points.  Dianne Wickes won NTP on the 4th hole.

Dates to remember:

Friday September 22nd - Murray Bridge Open Day all visitors welcome.

Tuesday September 26th. Women’s Annual General Meeting.  9.00am Shot Gun start followed by a shared lunch and the AGM

Saturday October 28th - Dinner and a night with Peter Goers celebrated raconteur and Anthony Lamond MC and Stand Up Comedian.