Kilmore local Sari Saly has sealed the Victorian Par 3 Golf Championship in Kyabram by a single shot.June 5, 2014 5:00pm
Kilmore golfer Sari Saly beat last year's champion Catherine Odgers by one shot to take out the Victorian Women's Par 3 Championship.
Sari Saly has taken out the Victorian Women's Par 3 Golf Championship at Parkland Golf Course today with a score of 125.
Saly, from Kilmore, beat out last year's championship winner Catherin Odgers by a single shot.
Saly hit 65 on Wednesday and posted 60 in the final round today to seal the championship.
She has been playing golf for 11 years and is the junior golf teacher in Kilmore.
Parkland Golf Club President Vin Sleeth said Saly was an incredibly worthy winner and had played a tremendous game.
He also encouraged residents to come to the course for the men's competition which will be held this Saturday and Sunday.
Sari Saly- First Place 125
Catherine Odgers- Second Place 126
Casey Wild- Third Place 131
Jessica Scapin- A-Grade Handicap 112
Marion Sargeant- First Place 111
Sandie Scapin- Gross 142
Kathy Bell- Second Place Gross 151
Lorraine Cullen- Third Place Gross 153
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