The District Senior Open Mixed Foursomes Championships will be held at the Toowoomba Golf Club on 29th November 2021. The Championships will be a 9.00am shotgun start with check in no later than 8.30am. All participants must be 50 years and over and hold a GA handicap to be eligible. Entry form can be found under the Events Tab.
The 43rd Annual District Championships were held at Warwick from the 17th to 19th August. There were 106 players in the field on the first day contesting our Foursomes Championships. Congratulations to Samantha Hinze & Cate Wilmot who won this event by the narrow margin of 1 stroke with a 86 gross. Unfortunately, 11 players could not attend due to the Covid 19 lockdown however, 14 clubs were represented at the championships. A special thank you must go to Warwick ground staff & members for the excellent presentation of their course.
The first day of play was followed by the Annual Dinner held at the Warwick RSL Club. Thank you to the Warwick ladies for their beautiful decorations on the tables. The meal was superb and was followed by the presentation of the Foursomes Championship’s trophies. Wednesday’s event was a single stroke with a field of 100 participants & Thursday’s event also a single stroke with 94 participants competing for the Silver, Bronze 1 & Bronze 2 Championships as well as the Club Champion of Champions (Pat McIntrye Perpetual Trophy), Veteran’s Champion of Champions, District Veteran’s Champion (Val Fooks Perpetual Trophy), District Senior Veteran’s Champion & daily trophies for both days. Congratulations to all the winners.
Thank you to all the ladies who participated for making these championships a great success
Congratulations to our District Matchplay Champion Marion Stell from Toowoomba Golf Club. It was great to see so many ladies playing over the two day event in April, and the coure at Clifton was in outstanding condition. For a full review of the results, click on the results tab.
This year we had 16 clubs represented at our District Championships with close to 100 players over 3 days of golf which I believe is a great response considering the terrible drought conditions we are currently experiencing so thank you ladies for your support.
The Roma course was challenging at times due to the dry conditions but the players took it in their spirits to accept it for what it was as we know the Roma Golf Club did the best possible to have the course in the best condition under the circumstances. They put on a great 3 days with a nice dinner on Monday night and supplied beautiful morning tea and lunches so thank you Roma.