Date: September 03, 2018
Author: Nicole Bessant

2018 Women’s Country Meeting


Thursday 6 September

The 18-holes foursomes event was played today at Windsor Country Golf Club with 90 starers teeing it up.

Division one scratch winners with 95 off the stick were Jennifer Hardy and Jean Ramsey from Kew CC. Nett winners with 80 on a countback were defending winners, Michelle Paul of Duntryleague and Joanna Sangster of Orange Ex-Services CGC. Grafton's Janeen Roberts and Peg James were runners up with 80 nett.

Scratch winners were Robyn Hellings and Denise New of Tallwoods with 107 total in a four way countback. Nett winners were Kyogle's Tracy Scarrabelotti and Adele Harris with 79½ nett and runners up with 81½ nett were Duntryleague's Elizabeth Nist and Gay Stone.

A special thank you to Hawksbury City Council for sponsoring the event, to Richmond Golf Club, Lynwood Country Club and Windsor Country Golf Club for hosting the 2018 Women's Country Meeting.


RELATED LINKS: (click to view)

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Foursomes Division 1 Leaderboard

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Foursomes Division 2 Leaderboard



Tuesday 4 September

Congratulations to Jennifer Hardy of Kew Golf Club who has taken out the Mabel McKenzie Cup for 2018 at the Women's Country Meeting.

Hardy had scores of 90 at Richmond on Monday and 95 at Lynwood today for a total of 185 to win by one shot over Dorrigo RSL's Lyn Neaves.

Overall Nett winner of the Una Clift Bowl for division one was Leanne Slater of Young GC with a total of 158 nett, one shot ahead of runner up Sharyn O'Grady of Grafton District GC with 159 nett on a countback with Ann McClintock of Horizons and Forster-Tuncurry's Debbie Patch.

In division two, Coolangatta Tweed's Jenny Dallinger took out the Rose Payten Trophy with a total of 198 off the stick, two shots in front of Tracey Read of Maclean GC.

The Una Clift Bowl winner for division two was Barbara Randell of Pacific Dunes with 160 nett, runner up on 161 was Holbrook's Christine Spokes on a countback from Maclean's Tracey Read.

Division Three's overall stableford winner for the Marie Champman Trophy, with rounds of 31 points on Monday and 34 today, a 65 total, was Teresa Waters of Tumbarumba. Runner Up on 64 points was Peta Giddey of Nambucca Heads and third lace to Adele Harris of Kyogle with a total of 60 points.

The ladies have a day off tomorrow to relax or enjoy some shopping or sightseeing in metropolitan Sydney.

Thursday's round commences at 8.00am for the foursomes event at Windsor Country Club.

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Monday 3 September

Kew's Jennifer Hardy leads the race after round one of the Women's Country Meeting today. Hardy shot a 90 off the stick at Richmond Golf Club to lead the field by one in front of Grafton's Elaine Shand. 

Karen Roods of Wauchope leads the division one nett with a 76. Two behind is Jennifer Hardy and Debbie Patch of Forster-Tuncurry.

In division two, Charmaine Van der Veen of Maitland Golf Club leads with a nett 77, one in front of Jenny Dallinger of Coolangatta Tweed and Duntryleague's Elizabeth Nist on 78 nett.

Division three is lead by Robyn Jones of Nambucca Heads on 33 points. Tied with 32 points is Annie Harman of Coolangatta Tweed and Nambucca Heads' Peta Giddey.

Tomorrow's round begins at 8.00am at Lynwood Country Club.

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RELATED LINKS: (click to view)

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Division 1 Leaderboard

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Division 2 Leaderboard

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Division 3 Leaderboard

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Photo Album




Friday 31 August

Over one hundred ladies are travelling from across the state to partake in the 2018 Women's Country Meeting being held in the Hawkesbury City. Our host clubs for this year are Richmond, Lynwood and Windsor.

This event is an opportunity for women from Country NSW to come together and play on some of the top courses. The event is open to female amateurs who hold a current Australian or overseas equivalent handicap and are a member of a Golf NSW Country Golf Club. The format is stroke play over 36-holes (stroke play for divisions 1 & 2 and stableford for division 3), 18-holes on day one, and 18-holes on day two (played in three divisions), followed by 18-holes foursomes on day four.


RELATED LINKS: (click to view)

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Draw

2018 Women's Country Meeting: Player Information

2017 Women's Country Meeting: Recap


For futher information, please contact:

Nicole Bessant – Events Coordinator

M: 0403 514 013






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