On Tuesday, the women golfers played a Better Health stroke competition at the Murray Bridge Golf Course.
Maureen Edwards, who has just returned from a long holiday in the north of Australia, struggled with her game on Saturday but responded well to the warmer weather conditions and was the day’s winner, scoring nett 74.
Barb Smyth completed a very consistent round and showed great improvement in her overall game to be the first runner-up with nett 77 with Lyn Pitcher next with nett 80.
“Maureen Edwards has returned from holidays to be the latest women’s stroke competition”
Kathy Pfeiffer was first in the ball run down, also scoring nett 80.
She drove beautifully down the fairways but failed to finish off around the greens to her satisfaction and the highlight of her game was sinking a ball for two on the fourth hole to record a birdie.
On Saturday the women also played a Better Health stroke competition.
Winner of the day was Carol Hasson of Echunga GC with nett 77.
Gretchen Scannell returned to the course to record nett 79 and Heather Fromm came in with nett 80.
Sue Antel was in the ball run down with nett 81.
The 2018 Murray Bridge Golf Club presentations were held on Saturday night with a range of women taking home accolades.
The women’s trophy recipients were club champion Armani Marsters with Hazel Thomas as club champion runner-up. Asia Marsters was B nett champion with Jill Morrell as runner-up.
Sue Antel was the recipient of the Kym Pugh Memorial Trophy and Armani Marsters received the Cathy Alcock Perpetual Trophy.
Kathy Pfeiffer was named Golfer of the Year for her success in Tuesday competitions and club stalwart Maureen Johnson was a worthy winner of the Veteran’s Trophy.
The dinner also included a presentation to Lyn Pitcher and Dawn Stacey who were awarded Golden Golfer status and certificates for over 40 years of playing membership.
Entry forms are now available for the Women’s Open Day which will be held on Friday, September 21.
Drop into the clubrooms to pick up a form.