Date: July 20, 2011
Author: Christy/Donna

2011 Women’s Pewter Plate

Photo Gallery The Golf NSW Women’s Pewter Plate was held on Tuesday 19 July 2011 at Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club. The Manly Golf Club team of Phillipa Barr and Belinda Richardson scored 65 points to be clear winners at the tournament. Winning Team from Manly Golf Club Phillipa Barr and Belinda Richardson Belinda was particularly excited as she was asked to represent her club at the last minute to replace a sick player. Belinda stated that this was the first time she had represented her club and was proud to have achieved such a great result for Manly. Runners up with 63 points on a countback were Judy Harris and Val Ness who represented Richmond Golf Club. The Richmond team won on a very close countback from Phyllis Black and Laurelle Lewis from Kogarah Golf Club who also scored 63 points. A single stableford was played in conjunction and the winner was Val Ness form Richmond scoring 38 points on a very tough Glenmore course. Runner up with a 36 c/b was Nassem Chopra of Pennant Hills and third place was awarded to Manly s Phillipa Barr who also scored 36 points on a countback. A field of 30 clubs from both the Metropolitan and Country areas hit off on a slightly frosty Glenmore Heritage Valley golf course. The course was presented in good condition and is a test for all golfers, with some well positioned water hazards and multi-contoured greens which demanded a player s full attention. Most players remained for the trophy presentation to congratulate the prize winners and witness Sandra Gillies, Chairman of Women’s Match and Sue Fabian Deputy Chairman of the Golf NSW Board of Directors present the trophies to the winners. Thanks goes to the Pro Shop, club staff and a special thank you to Margaret Lattman and Elaine Lovatt who volunteered to present morning tea to the competitors and assist the Golf NSW Officials throughout the day. Event Format The Pewter Plate is an 18-hole aggregate stableford competition for club teams of two competitors on handicaps from 33 to 40. The event is played on one course, which is determined by the results of the previous year s Competition. Each Club entering the competition nominates the two players to be their representatives and The Pewter Plate is awarded to the team with the best aggregate stableford of the two scores. Prize Winners Full Team Results Full Singles Results For further information please contact Donna Mitchell on 9505 9105 or