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A Port Fairy Golf Club Newsletter- April 2011
The 3 qualifying rounds of stroke have been completed for the Championships and in the next 2 weeks there will be 2 rounds of Match play for the 4 qualifiers in each grade. The qualifiers are; A grade Di Robinson, Anne Dwyer, Martina Whelan and Denise Harman; B Grade Helen Wake,, Karen Conlan, Pam Brebner, Di Grieves and, C Grade; Helen Greene, Helen Rix, Jan Willey and Julie Carter,
Jean Whitehead Bowl
The Jean Whitehead Bowl was held on 15 March with 38 teams entered from 18 golf clubs. It was a wonderful autumn day with little wind and this resulted in some great scores. Individual handicap winners were C Grade Betty Aitkins from Terang with a score of 104 – 42 - 62; B Grade winner was Helen Fagan from Warrnambool with a score of 87-23 - 64 The A Grade winner, from Cobden, was Carol Bennett with a score of 85-18-67.
Our annual Charity Day will be held on 19thof May. This is a teams event and members are welcome to invite players from other clubs.
We will have 3 Pennant teams for 2011. As there are 17 teams participating in our District, the season has been reduced to 5 weeks with the first round being played on April 4th. The finals will be held on May 16th in Warrnambool. Paul Smith in the Pro Shop has run 2 very useful clinics for the pennant players and we extend our thanks to him for his time and valuable information.
This year the Singles Knockout event commences at the conclusion of the pennant season. This is a change from previous years when the event has been held later in the year.
Give Golf a Go
Twenty six women took advantage of this programme during February with 10 taking up the option to play in the New Golfers day on Tuesday 29th of March. Please make new players welcome if you see some unfamiliar faces on the course or in the Club House.
Did you know this rule?
When a player drops a ball, under the rules of golf, it can roll and come to rest up to two club-lengths from where it first struck a part of the course, but no nearer to the hole, before it has to be re dropped without penalty. For further information see Rule 20-2 Dropping and Re- Dropping.
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