Over a course of three days from October 5 to October 7, 20 clubs competed at Temora in the SWLGA tournament.
Young had 15 ladies who participated in three days of great golf, wonderful weather and great camaraderie.
Liz Harding did Young proud, taking the 36 hole closed championship event with a total of 163.
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A huge congratulations goes out to Liz on her very deserving win.
The open championships runner up also went Liz’s way with 163 over the 36 holes.
Liz continued her great golf with the 18 hole gross division with one win on 79.
She was also a member of Young’s winning pennants team, as well as a member of the winning Ryrie Cup.
What a wonderful and huge achievement Liz has made, and the entire Golf club offer are offering their congratulations on the great tournament.
Wendy Tuckerman was the winner for division one, second in the Nine Handicap with 34½ nett and was a member of the winning Ryrie Cup.
Division two saw Larraine Nicolls scoop the pool with Larraine winning the 36 handicap carding 141, the 18 hole handicap, the VWGA open event along with the VWGA Closed 18 hole event.
Larraine was also a member of the winning Ryrie Cup, soon followed by the Jan Turvey Memorial Shield.
The club is more then proud of Larraine’s well played games.
Betty Stanton was the handicap runner up in division two and the winner of The Worner Bowl.
Division three saw Camille Carberry receive the 36 hole handicap runner up trophy along with the 18 hole handicap runner up event.
Another big congratulations goes out to Camille.
The winning Ryrie Cup team was Liz Harding, Wendy Tuckerman and Kate Cooper and Larraine Nicolls.
The Jan Turvey Memorial Shield Team was Maureen Perkins Suzanne Manning and Larraine Nicolls.
The Young ladies’ pennants team were presented with their pennant.
A great achievement for Young winning back-to-back.
Temora provided great entertainment and hospitality over the three days and congratulations on a well run tournament.
In the Closed Foursomes Championships Liz Harding combined with Helen Pearce from Tumut to take the runners up trophy with a 86 score.
Playing together Kate Cooper and Michelle Blizzard were also runners up in division one with a 71.
Division two saw Jan Broderick and Karen Hamilton Gibb prove too good to win that division with a score of 90.
A huge congratulations to all of the competitors.
All in all a great three days of golf was enjoyed.