ONE HUNRED golfers braved blustery conditions to take part in the Jamberoo Golf Club Ladies 15th Annual Camp Quality Charity Golf Day on Tuesday September 22.
It was the day before the “Red Dawn” and the dust was starting to assemble around the escarpment but this didn’t dampen the spirits of all those involved in this very worthwhile and fun event.
The popular American Foursomes format went off like clockwork and the day is a tribute to the organisation and work put in by the Ladies Committee and all the other volunteers involved.
Thanks should go to many sponsors and individuals who donated trophies and prizes, worked the sausage sizzle or provided the many plates of yummy cakes and slices consumed for afternoon tea.
The highlight of the day, as usual, was the handing over of a cheque for $4058 presented to Camp Quality representative Ann Tanks.
In the golf results, first in the Men’s Division were Phil Lewis and Brian O’Hare, who are still working out what they will do with the winning prize of accommodation and dinner at Jamberoo Pub and Saleyard Motel.
Runners-up were Ken Bradley and Jim Henry, with B Cotterill (Nowra) and Robert Anderson third, and Graham Kuskey and Eddie Cram fourth. Fifth Neville Hutchins and Laurie Fogarty, sixth Rod Hodkinson and Bruce Hammond, seventh Lindsay Wiseman and Lance Fredericks.
In the Ladies Division, Shirley Walsh was once again on the winners podium, this time accompanied by Belinda Wall from Gerringong.
In second place was Marilyn Wright and Helen Robinson (Port Kembla); third was Chris Miller and Jeanette Simpson, fourth Robyn Gregson and Carol Wiseman, fifth Viv Boxell and Veronica Hayter and sixth Sue Pearl and Isabelle Dorocinski.