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With 3 groups of ladies and 8 groups of guys we got away to an early start on a great day for golf, not too hot and a lovely breeze to keep things perfect. The course was in grand condition not packed out like some of the course’s lately. The Billabong ladies seem to give the place a bit of a hiding and today was no exception with Miss Eng taking 4th place with 38 points, there was a count back on 40 points between Miss Kran and Miss Julie with Miss Kran taking 3rd and Miss Julie 2nd, there was a runaway winner with Miss Nu shooting a gross 79 off her 17 handicap to score 46 points a great day in the sun young lady’

In the men’s competition a rainbow was played for a change and the scoring was quite different to say the least, its suffice to say the you must think your way around the course when playing from the reds and blues for that matter and those that did scored pretty good. There was a three way count back with a score of 41 nett Paul Walia taking 4th, Mikael Anderson 3rd and Lloyd Shuttleworth 2nd, Jerry Sweetnam took line honors with 43, a good day out for everyone. The next little experiment will be a bisque par in the near future.

Miss Nu and Miss Julie

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