Pink golf balls were flying as the ladies teed off at the St George Golf Club for the 2012 Particularly Pink fun day to raise money for the local breast cancer association.
The nine hole, three ball Ambrose, sponsored by Vanity Fairways Brisbane and Boutique of Beauty St George, saw 36 experienced and not-so-experienced players team together for what was always going to be a gorgeous day in the sunshine. After battling the course and some barbwire fences the women regrouped in the club house. The chatter raised the roof as they enjoyed a lovely lunch accompanied by pink champagne and the announcement of the winners. In first place were St George Associates' President, Cheryl Brimblecome, who had teamed with her sister Julie Wilson and sister-in-law Melissa Southern. Runners Up were Judy Robertson, Blanche McNelley and Lola Cuffe who also won nearest the pin. The Don Bradman Award for a cricket score effort on course went to Nindigully girls Bindy Mace, Wendy Betts and Sally Rigney. Organiser of the day, Bindy Mace, then handed out the Bra-vo Awards for those who had war stories of tangling with trees, wildlife and each other. The day of frivolity finished with big grins and cheers as it was revealed that $1,600 had been raised for the St George Branch of the Breast Cancer Association of Queensland.