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President’s Trophy and B grade win for Dahlitz

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND ONE: A grade winner Lynn Lemmey-Secker, 102/79, president Liz Blacker with President’s Trophy and B grade winner Fiona Dahlitz, 98/70, C grade winner Tiff Firth, 109/74 and nine-hole winner Ronda Glover, three.MOTHERNature was again very kind to the Cummins Golf Club women for their competition day last Wednesday.
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The sun broke through, the breeze dropped out and there wasonly a tiny little shower of rain.

It was perfect playing conditions for the first round of the Cummins District Community Bank Club Championships and the President’s Trophy.

Players were ranked according to grade and handicap for the day and paired by the tee stewards into A, B and C grades, as well as the nine-hole stableford game.

The course is looking magnificent with two of the boundary fences running along with a full flowering canola crop.

It’s a sensory feast to play a round of golf on the Cummins Golf Club fairways.

Kathy Modra and Claire Holman must have hit straight and true as they power walked their way around the 18 holes and were back into the clubhouse in very smart time.

Ronda Glover took her new putter around with Maureen Maloney for their nine-hole game.

I am told its all hits and giggles with those two on the fairways.

Judy Holman had a birdie of the feathered variety coming up number nine.

All ended well with the bird finding its wings and flying away.

Lyn Lemmey-Secker’s ball had a progressive dribble on number eight scrape.

It seemingly settled on the scrape only to start moving its way in stops and starts to the sand bunker.

It rolled over the lip and dropped in resulting Lemmey-Secker’s sand wedge coming out of her bag.

Tiff Firth hit well along the eleventh fairway to be on the scrape for a respectable three.

A loss of concentration was had and it took three putts to get the blasted ball into the hole.

Playing partner Joan Nelligan verbally spanked Firth for her extra shots and deservedly so as it should have been an easy one putt.

Speaking of Nelligan, she had a humongous putt that dropped very nicely into the cup on 16.

Apparently she was surprised the ball even made the distance let alone found the cup.

Players arrived back into the 19th just as a light mist of rain swept over and the breeze sprang up, which dropped temperature very quickly.

It was lovely to watch the weather from inside the clubhouse instead of being out in it.

First round A grade winner was LynnLemmey-Secker with 102/79 with Leah Carr next best on 103/79. B grade winner was Fiona Dahlitz with a very tidy 98/70 and Carmel Sheehan was runner-up 103/75.

C grade winner was Tiff Firth on 109/74 with next best Joan Nelligan on 111/78.

The nine-holer stableford was Ronda Glover on threepoints and Maureen Maloney next best with twopoints.

President’s Trophy winner was Fiona Dahlitz with her net70.

President Liz Blacker presented Dahlitz with a beautiful camellia from the president’s own garden.

The trophy will be handed over on the club’s windup day at the end of September.

The Eyre Travel Nearest the Pin (NTP) ball for A grade went to Leah Carr for her drive on number seven tee block.

Judy Holman collected the Doug Watson Menswear B grade ball for her lovely drive over the creek on 17.

Tiff Firth picked up the NTPball for C grade.

Novelty chocolate bars were won for the least putts recorded on the cards.

Captain Leah Carr had 32for A grade, Carmel Sheehan had 30 for B grade and Joan Nelligan had 28 for C grade, out-puttingboth the A graders and B graders.

The nine-holer novelty was the most number of two stableford points recorded and Maureen Maloneyand Ronda Glover collected a chocolate each for tying with one lot each.

Tomorrow’s game is the second round of the Cummins District Community Bank Club Championships.

The match committee ison tee duty and hostess duty for afternoon tee.

Men and women club members please note: special general meeting,Sunday, August 28 at11.30am atCummins Golf Club (day of the Cummins Mixed Foursomes) to discusschanging the constitution wording in 12 from“The Annual General Meeting of the club shall be held during the month of October or November”to “The Annual General Meeting of the club shall be held during 1st September and 30th November”.

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