Record numbers at ladies classic

NEXT week's 25th Anniversary Bargara Ladies Classic now has a record field of 248 players - 38 more than the previous best.

The event sponsored by the Bundaberg Motor Group gets under way next Monday morning with early hit-off times.

There will be no Veterans competition on Tuesday and the Wednesday Sporters event has also been called off.

On Sunday many of the visiting golfers will compete in a mixed 4BBB Stableford.

On Monday evening there will be a tournament dinner at a cost of $30, and players wishing to attend need to contact the clubhouse by Friday.

Another need for the tournament are volunteers to spot for wayward golf balls to ensure a good pace of play is maintained.

Bargara captain, Bev Gatley won the C Grade Wide Bay Zone championship in Maryborough last Sunday.

This event is decided by the best three nett scores from the open days of the zone's 18-hole clubs.

On Saturday the men played for a monthly medal and the A grade winner was Blake Marschall with 68 nett.

Neale Moller and Garry Williams won the two B grade medals with 67 and Ian White took out the C grade with 69.

Wendy McNamara won the women's division 1 with 69 and Kay Owens took out the Division 2 with 70.

Thursday John Antrobus won the stableford with 44 points from Steve Moras on 42.

Margaret Zande won the women's division 1 event with 38 points and Pam Blair had a great out with 46 points in Division 2.

This Saturday is the Make a Wish Charity day for both men and women and will be a single stableford.

The club's mixed foursomes will be played over 27 holes on October 18.



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