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Jocelyn Mackay of Moss Vale has taken out the Open Summer Cup for the seventeenth time. Mackay had rounds of 82 at Moss Vale and 80 at Bowral to secure her win seven shots clear of the field. The 36-hole nett winner was Wakehurst’s Jann Reid off a 10 handicap with 149 nett, three shots behind on 152 and nett runner up was Moss Vale’s Keshni Mualiar.
In division two, the winner of the Kathleen Armstrong Bowl was Woollahra’s Lyn Bayliss (31), with a total 63 points. Two points behind in second place was Carmel Adamcewicz of Wagga Wagga Country Club with 61 points. The rounds were played at Bowral on Monday 5th and Mt Broughton on Tuesday 6th March.
FOURSOMES DIVISION ONE
On day three, Wednesday 7th March, the foursomes event was played at Highlands Golf Club. The pairing of Joy Battaglia and Lesley Riley of Wakehurst won the nett in division one with a score of 79. Runners up with an 82 ½ nett was Ann Cameron and Jann Reid, also from Wakehurst. Scratch winners for the round with a score of 94 were Wakehurst’s Debbie Nunn and Sachiko Cathcart.
FOURSOMES DIVISION TWO
The foursomes nett winners for division two was won by Barbara Webster and Dianne Castle of Wakehurst with a nett 76. Runners up from Moss Vale were Margaret Butcher and Mary Hall with an 82 ½ nett and in third place was Cammeray’s Catherine Ward and Christine Purcell with an 84 nett.
TEAMS V PAR
The teams v par event was won by Asquith’s Dilys Geddes, Helen Dodshon and Marjorie Blakeley and Helen Egan of Killara with an impressive +9. Runners up were Joy Battaglia, Lesley Riley, Margaret Stobo from Wakehurst and Judy Dind of Toukley Golf Club with a +8 on a countback from third place getters, Annie Tan, Jacqueline Peters, Lyn Bayliss and Louise Power of Woollahra Golf Club.
FRIDAY 2 MARCH
The Women’s Summer Meeting is open to female amateurs who hold a current Australian or overseas equivalent handicap. It is held over four days, across a number of courses in the Central Southern Golf Association.
The format is stroke play over 36-holes, 18-holes on day one, and 18-holes on day two (played in two divisions), followed by 18-holes foursomes on day three, and best ball teams v par on day four.
Over 150 participants will play in this years event. Beginning Monday 5 March Division 1 play their first round at Moss Vale GC and Division 2 play at Bowral GC. It promises to be both enjoyable and competitive across both divisions.
Draws, results and reports will be available daily on the Golf NSW website.
Monday 5 March
Division 1 – Moss Vale
Division 2 – Bowral
Tuesday 6 March
Division 1 – Bowral
Division 2 – Mt Broughton
Wednesday 7 March – Foursomes
Division 1 & 2 – Highlands
Thursday 8 March – Teams V Par