The tournament, which dates back 102 years, is one of the oldest sporting competitions in Southland. Last week’s tournament attracted 65 women, and was hotly contested.
In the silver division, Robyn Pellow (Ngaruawahia) was the top qualifier with rounds of 75 and 76, but it was Boniface who came through in the final to win 1 up.
In the bronze division, the Amateur Sports Trust Cup was won by Pam Macleod (Drummond), who beat Invercargill’s Heather Chadderton 4/3 in the final. Linda Suddaby was top qualifier with rounds of 94 and 97.
The silver flight was won by Winton’s Nikki Hume and the silver plate winner was Maria Arhanic (Arrowtown). The bronze flight was won by Drummond’s Faye Dudfield and the bronze plate winner was Dipton’s Paddy Craig.
In other results, the Queens Park Handicap was won by Winton’s Janet Anderson, the Ida Barron Trophy went to Lyn Lindsay (Queens Park), and the American Foursomes Division 1 winners were Kaye-Maree Mihaljevich (Te Ngutu) and Raewyn Hartley (Invercargill).
SOUTHLAND’S senior men’s golf team has swung into the national interprovincial tournament at Whitford Park Golf Club in Auckland this week.
The team includes Matt Tautari, Tyler McLean, Liam Hewitt, Liam Balneaves and Rob Mainland and Doug Carmichael is reserve/manager.
Southland teed off its 2020 national campaign on Tuesday with a draw with Bay of Plenty. Balneaves and Mainland both got wins and McLean squared.
The afternoon round saw the team score a valuable 3-2 win over North Harbour, with McLean, Hewitt and Balneaves all winning.
Yesterday the team played Auckland and Hawke’s Bay; today it will tee off against Waikato and tomorrow Poverty Bay-East Coast.
For full results, go to www.golf.co.nz
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another chance to tee off in a competitive tournament environment next week.