Amelia Mehmet Grohn & Emma De Groot – Golf Australia Teams Event Canada

Amelia Mehmet Grohn & Emma De Groot – Golf Australia Teams Event Canada

Two of our Central North Coast girls have last week participated in a Teams Event in Canada representing Australia.

Amelia was selected into the team with Emma De Groot as the team captain.

Please find attached a couple of pics from the event and Amelia’s comments below:

“Thank you Golf Australia for the opportunity to wear the green and gold!! Awesome week with some awesome ladies!

Cheers to Emma de Groot for the coaching tips this week and to Golf Canada for hosting a fantastic event! Victoria BC is a beautiful part of the world!

Congrats to the kiwis on making history! Lastly, thank you to everyone that has supported me and followed along!

Amelia Canada

Schools Sport Championships – Perth

Schools Sport Championships – Perth

School Sport Australia Golf Championships Perth

As you may recall Pyper Hollis (Kew) after 160 holes played in 6 days, with cold, wet and horrible conditions at Yamba Golf Club was honoured to represent her state in the NSW State Golf Team to travel to Mandurah, Perth WA. Pyper was hoping to win gold again after proudly representing the Western Australia State Golf Team this time last year in the same event!
Pyper travelled to WA for the tournament on the 25-30 August 19.

Pyper’s comments on the event:

“Amazing weather for 3 days and 2 terrible conditions of rain and wind to accompany. Pleased to say team NSW is coming home winners again for 2019.
With walking over 70kms, waking up at 4:30am every day, practicing in pitch black, we think it’s about this week ended on a high!”
Match play results were close once again, with everyone having some wins and losses. Pretty proud winning 4/5 of her own matches against the other Australian teams that competed.
Taking home bronze for scratch play and was feeling pretty proud of her efforts, in good and bad conditions.
Thank you for the support.


Team NSW

Piper Hollis

Results for WGCNC Sawtell – 6th to 8th August 2019

Thank you to all the ladies who participated in our yearly Tournament.  Congratulations to the Winners.  Well done to Jane Horne from Wauchope who set a new course record with 78 on the Wednesday.

Overall Results  2019 Overall Result

Foursome Results  2019 Foursomes Results

Tuesday Daily Results  2019 Result Sheet Tuesday 6th August

Wednesday Daily Results  2019 Result Sheet Wednesday 7th August


Inaugural CNC Medal 2019

Inaugural CNC Medal 2019

Above photo, Verelle with VANNA LIMEBURNER from Kew who had the best gross Best Gross score of the day.  Attached is the Result Sheet for the CNC Medal event played Monday 15 July 2019, in windy and cold conditions at South West Rocks. The scores indicate the conditions, although some players managed to overcome the same.

Hope all enjoyed this inaugural event and next year it will be held at Port Macquarie on 13th July, 2020 when we hope to attract even more players.

Many thanks to the Ladies Committee at South West Rocks for their help and for the morning tea served in very cold conditions.

Click here > 2019 Result Sheet CNC Medal




Wauchope Waratahs the CNC 2019 Pennant Winners

Our Pennant competition for 2019 came to a conclusion today at Port Macquarie when South West Rocks played Wauchope Waratahs.   The weather God blessed us with fine weather.
Congratulations to Wauchope Waratahs who were the winners 4/1 but the final result did not indicate the closeness of the matches.
It was good to see so many smiling faces at the 1st tee prior to hit off and also at the conclusion of the matches which were played in the true spirit of the game.
Anne Marie Campbell played Sandra Morrison and finally won at the 20th so a great match.
Jo Horton lost to Leonie Lipman on the 18th hole.
Mary-Ellen Harrison played Sue Woods and won at the 19th so another great match.
Narelle Quinn played Chris Willox and won 2/1
Sue Thompson played Marian Wedlock and won 2 up at the 18th.
Many thanks to Port Macquarie Golf Club for hosting the event and I believe the course was in great condition.
Also many thanks to Port Macquarie Ladies who provided morning tea and a celebration cake.
Thanks to all competitors for making this event so successful.
We have had a good response to our CNC Medal at SWR next week with 96 competitors and will be having a shotgun start at 9am.   The draw will be forwarded tomorrow.
We are now closing the Annual Tournament at Sawtell, a few days early due to the wonderful response which is very encouraging.
Kind regards

Verelle Miller

WGCNC Captain