SUE Peters was left celebrating last week after snaring a Griffith ladies’ golf division one win by the barest of margins, with her 33 points just good enough to pip Rose Alpen on 32.
With a field of 24 teeing-off in cool conditions, the division two winner was Lyn Hedditch on 33 points, while Heather Eagleton runner-up carded 32 points.
There were 11 balls in the ball competition a score of 26 points was required to win.
The first and second round of the club championships were played in cool conditions on Saturday and Sunday with the first day seeing the Val Browne Trophy up for grabs.
The winner in division one was Judy Leeson on 75 nett with runner-up Kathy King grabbing second on a countback with 76 nett.
Mary Gifford was the winner in division two with the score of 73 nett, with Joan Staines runner-up 74 nett.
Division three saw Heather Eagleton win with 73 nett while Lyn Hedditch on 75 nett finished a close second.
The ball competition required a score of 79 nett on a countback.
Sunday’s events winner in division one was Elizabeth Graham with 74 nett with Rose Alpen close by with 75 nett on a countback from Judy Leeson.
In division two, Julia Irving had a nice score of 70 nett with Sue Curran runner-up 78 nett.
Heather Eagleton continued her good form with a win in division three while on 75 nett Will Mead was the runner-up on a countback with Ivy Heath 76 nett.
Judy Leeson won a nearest the pin and there were six balls in the ball competition the score of 79 nett was required.
The progress scores of the championships in the scratch event are division one Elizabeth Graham (170) and Judy Leeson (174).
In division two Mary Gifford just leads (199) from Joan Staines (200) while Heather Eagleton is a clear leader in division three on 202 with Ivy Heath on 209.
In the handicap event, Judy Leeson leads with 150 nett with Rose Alpen not far away on 151 nett, while Julia Irving leads division two on 151 nett with Joan Staines 152 nett.
Heather Eagleton is a clear leader in division three on 148 nett with Ivy Heath and Lyn Hedditch on 153 nett.
A reminder to all Red Cross Day will be played on July 28 the donation of grocery items for the raffle will be greatly appreciated.
The Goodwill Plate will be contested on August 4 and a donation of $2 per player for Carers NWS is required for this good cause.
Any golfer with an hour to spare is invited to play in the Biaida Five For Five chook run event running over the a 10-week competition.
Competition starts Monday, July 16 and ends Sunday, September 30 and people play five nominated holes for $5 per week, your best six weekly cards over 10 weeks count for major prizes.
There is a new combination of five holes per week and weekly chooks to be won. Contact Warwick Hazel in the pro shop to register.