The 4BBB stableford event sponsored by Decor Blitz was played in cool, fine conditions.
Sheryl Curran and president Francie Mark were drawn together and combined well to win the day with 45 points. Beryl Home and Joan Jenkins followed closely with 43 points.
Ball winners: Heather Long/Janet Leahy, Liz Mulcahy/Mandy McGrath 41, and Judy Baker/Lois Rogers 40 points.
Nearest-the-pins: third Gallery Café, Di Ballantyne; sixth Tatura Hot Bread, Colleen Johns; ninth Café Alofa, Heather Long; 14th One4One Café, Joan Hill.
Flag day: Many Hill Top women travelled to Tocumwal for a pleasant game of golf and the presentation of the Winter Pennant flags. Hill Top entered three teams and was thrilled to win two flags at the end of the season.
Division one and division four received their flags, and team members each received a golf towel and flag brooch.
Division three finished the season a commendable third.
Congratulations to Hill Top girls on a successful pennant season.
Terri Wangeman won the A-grade individual competition on the day with 37 points.
Golden putter competition: The putting of the golden ball into the hole normally poses a difficult task, but the jackpot has gone off in consecutive weeks. Colleen Johns had no trouble in holing out to receive the prize.
Wednesday’s event: Stroke/monthly medal sponsored by Drummond Golf and the shirt voucher sponsored by Glen and Kim-Newton’s parcel business, third round Hill Top Brooch, second round Mona McLeod, second round putting.