Tathra ladies finish year by looking back

THE final day for the Tathra ladies golf was a vibrant and fun day out. 

Club stalwart Narelle Harrison said some of the costumes were outrageous and hilarious for the match of Irish four ball which had a “the way we were” theme. 

“[There was] nine holes of merriment played by a nun, an army wren, I even spotted a baby with a golf club,” Harrison said. 

“There were some very pregnant ladies - who would have been looking forward to the Christmas  cake and punch served by Ian Westmore on the sixth tee.” 

Harrison said she enjoyed all the outfits and especially the theme. 

“I don’t think any of us had heard of a seniors moment back then,” she said. 

After the golf members enjoyed a lunch which included the presentations for the year. 


Golf NSW Bowl: Four-ball best-ball stableford, Denise Falvey and Karen Thornton. 

Mabel McKenzie Brooch (veterans): division one nett Pam Hahne, division two Carleen Maley, division three Trish Westmore and senior veteran Libby Whiteway.

Vets Country Championship: division one scratch Noeline Bell, division two  Narelle Harrison, division three Myra De La Rue.

Division one nett Kerry Gardner, division two Carol Newton, division three Joy Brunton. 

Senior veteran Faye Nicholson.

Match-play (singles): Winner was Colleen Bennett over runner-up Kath Brown. 

Four-Ball winners were Kerry Gardner and Marnie Nicholson over runners-up Ronnie Rawlins and Rae Eves. Three-ball best-ball par Marnie Nicholson and Wendy Smith.

WGNSW medals: Weekend, Nora Trent. Division one Pam Hahne. division two Janice Waterson and division three Trish Westmore. 

Medal of medals winner was Pam Hahne. 

FSC and TGA Medals division one Sally Armstrong, division one Narelle Harrison and division three Joy Brunton.

Eclectic: Tuesday Noeline Bell, Saturday Sharon Somerville. 

Birdies: Tuesday division one Noeline Bell, division two Rae Eves and Pam Laurie.  Saturday division one Robyn Brand, division two Wendy Dunn. 

Chip-Ins:Tuesday Faye Nicholson and Carol Newton. Saturday Carol Stege.  

Putting: Tuesday Noeline Bell and Saturday Narelle Harrison.

Yearly stableford: Tuesday Carol Newton and Saturday Rhonda Castellari. 

Yearly Par: Tuesday Karen Enright and Saturday Carol Stege.

Club Championship Winners: 2013 club champion 54 holes  was Noeline Bell. A grade champion Faye Nicholson, Bgrade Narelle Harrison, C grade Pat James. A grade nett winners Jan Meares, B grade Denise Falvey, C grade Joy Brunton. 

Foursomes champions 36 holes: Division one Margaret Nall and Noeline Bell, division two Carleen Maley and Di Evans. 

Foursomes Nett: Division one Faye Nicholson and Maree Hergenhan and division two Joy Brunton and Wendy Smith.

The club congratulates Pam Hahne who was named golfer of the year. 

Most improved limit marker was Shirley Toohill. 

Nine-holer award winners  were Juanita Trent and Kerri Wood. 

Hole in one winner was Noeline Bell.

Last Saturday 25 played a stableford.

Division one was won by Lyn Taylor on 35 nett from Robyn Brand nett 34. 

Division two was won by  Renata Boulter with a well-compiled 38 points  from runner-up Karen Enright with 35 points. 

Eight balls were awarded to 32 stableford points.

Nearest the pins were 14th Robyn Brand and the 18th Rhonda Castellari.

A “misty moist morning” saw 17 ladies play mystery holes on Monday with some outstanding scores. 

Winners were Sheila Russell, Juanita Trent, Jenny Ellis, Jo Byrnes and Lee Gill. 

Monday is closing day and will be a three-stick stableford with lunch to follow. 

If wet, bring your games and lunch to the club at 10am ready to party. 

All are welcome.

“We wish one and all a very merry Christmas and good golfing in 2014,” Harrison said. 

Members are reminded “The Seabreeze” is January 9 to 12. 

You may enter at the club house from December 28. 

“Our opening day for 2014 is February 4, see you then,” she said.

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