COVID-19 has curtailed many sports but golf has been allowed to continue albeit with special restrictions in place.
(min cost $8)
Login or signup to continue reading
The course has been very heavy going and very wet with all the rain recently so scoring, apart from a few players, has been difficult.
The Lady Golfers have just completed their 2020 Championships and special thanks goes to Kevin Doonan and the D&J Ford Motor Group for their generous sponsorship again this year.
The golfers certainly appreciate the sponsorship but sadly this year formal presentations for the Championships were not allowed.
A welcome addition to the field was Jo Cornwell, Jo was fortunate enough to have leave to play through the week, as she is normally a weekend only player.
The 2020 Club Champion is Lynne Ritchie who won quite convincingly with the runner up being Olwyn King.
The second Division was a battle of the sisters with Carol Osborne and Julie Murnane going head to head throughout three rounds with Carol coming home strongly in the forth round to wrestle the title from Julie.
Both are to be congratulated as they played very well over the four rounds.
C Grade was won by Judi Moore.
First Division 72 holes handicap was won by Jennifer Wild with a score of 309 nett while the runner up was Olwyn King with 323 nett.
Second Division handicap was again won by Carol Osborne 301 nett while Julie Murnane had to be content with runner up two strokes back with 303 nett.
Individual Day scores were:
The Mixed Foursomes which were scheduled to be played in April and were postponed due to COVID-19 will now be cancelled for 2020 as re-scheduling a date has proven too difficult.
The Ladies Foursomes sponsored by Neville Kerrison will go ahead with the rounds to be played on November, 20 and 25.
On September, 30 the Ladies held their Annual General Meeting and the positions on the Committee now are:
The Lady Golfers thank the outgoing Committee for their commitment to Ladies' Golf at Lithgow Golf Club.
Subscribing means more than just website access. Read the print paper online, enter giveaways and more for just $2 a week, cheaper than a coffee. What are you waiting for?
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.