Women's golf | Win for Graham as the ground proves testing

STYLE: Katie Graham showing her winning form on the eighth tee with Glennie McGrath looking on.
STYLE: Katie Graham showing her winning form on the eighth tee with Glennie McGrath looking on.

TWELVE ladies played a par event last week.

After a very frosty start, conditions had improved by the time tee-off took place, which was closer to 10am than 9.30am.

The ground, however, was still very hard and slippery in places, as at least one person found out the hard way!

The winner was Katie Graham, who came in square, with a very disappointed Elizabeth Pollock coming in close behind with -1 to take second place. Third was Marjorie Webb with -2.

Next week will be a bumper week for competitions!

The First National Bowyer and Livermore-sponsored Monthly Medal round, which will be the fourth round of the Golf NSW Medal, will see the ladies also competing for the Goodwill Plate and the Mabel Mackenzie Brooch.

Women's golf is played every Wednesday at the Oberon Golf Club.

New players are always welcome.