Tocumwal golfer Michelle Field scored 254 from three rounds to win her 10th club championship in a row last Tuesday.June 4, 2014 3:00am
Tocumwal golf champion Michelle Field (centre), with B grade winner Jo Boake (left) and C grade winner Jill Loversidge.
Michelle Field won her 10th consecutive Tocumwal Golf Club Ladies Championship crown last week.
The third and final round of the championship was played in extremely wet and difficult conditions on Tuesday with Field carding a gross score of 254 to achieve the amazing feat.
Bobette Wilkinson was the runner-up with 269.
The B grade title was won by Jo Boake with 290 ahead of Carol Irvine on 298.
Jill Loversidge won C grade with 332 and Joy Scott was the runner-up with 342.
The daily competition winner was Shellei Clarke (nett 79), while Wilkinson won the nearest the pin title.
Petra Wilmot was the A grade nett winner of the club championship with 232, followed by Bobette Wilkinson’s 233.
In B grade, the nett winner was Shellei Clarke (232) with Jo Boake (233) the runner-up, while C grade was won by Joy Scott with 240, followed by Jill Lovesridge (248).
■ More golf results on page 19.
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