Well done to Rosita McCabe (12) who won the stableford competition with a fabulous 35 points. The competition reverted to a sweep as the Sunday ladies were faced with hurricane winds and chose to stay in the warm and watch The Masters!
Last week’s competition resulted in a sweep and the winner with 36 points was Mary Trant. This week’s competition on Thursday 11th and Sunday 14th April is another stableford. Ladies please note that as the Deer Park Voucher is on Sunday we have the 2pm slot booked.
Last week’s winners of the 9 Hole Sweep were Roisin Kerr 18 points and Seniors Prize- Celeste McKiernan 17 points.
Week 5 winner of the 9 hole sweep was Mary Trant with 19 points and the senior winner was Una O’Reilly with 17 points. Week 6 winner was Lady Captain Veronica McGorman with 19 points and the senior winner was Kathleen “my putter’s hot” Leonard also with 19 points.
The first Senior Ladies 9 hole sweep was a huge success. Despite very inclement weather several ladies headed out to the club and gathered in the clubhouse for a good natter! The golf didn’t actually get played! However the ladies had a great time and any lady member over 65 who would like to get involved, just arrange to play on Tuesdays for a gentle 9 holes. Fee €3.50. The presentation of prizes will be held on the last Wednesday of each month at 2.00pm with refreshments.
A 9 hole sweep will be played on Tuesday’s from 3rd April for any of our ladies who are over 65 years young. The prizes will be presented on the last Wednesday of each month at 2pm with tea, a bun and a chat.
Last Sunday’s ladies sweep attracted 5 hardy ladies who were not put off by the bitterly cold winds and a special welcome to newcomer Olivia McCaffrey who joined our ranks recently. The ladies opted to play over 9 holes and best score on the day was Mary Trant with 17 points. If you fancy joining us next week come along for the draw at 1.45pm it’s a euro in and winner takes all! (that sort of money can make a girl nervous!) It’ll get us ready for the start on the Spring League.