Results WGCNC Medal Monday 12 July – Woolgoolga Golf Course

Due to a number of reasons numbers were low this year, but we still had 47 starters, and it ended up being a sunny day for us.  Well done to the winners and thank you, Woolgoolga Golf Club and Ladies Committee.

The results were:

DIVISION 1 (Nett): WINNER: Tiffany Paul Cres Head 74
0 – 22 RUNNER UP: Glenys Davidson Satwell 76 c/b

DIVISION 2 (Stab): WINNER: Sue Macpherson Port Mac 37
23 – 28 RUNNER UP: Deidre Stewart Satwell 33

DIVISION 3 (Stab): WINNER: Cathy Anderson Wool 35
29 – 54 RUNNER UP: Margaret Horne Coffs 32

WINNER: Wendy Johnstone Coffs 88

Div 1: Up to 82 nett
Div 2: Up to 28 c/b
Div 3: Up to 26

L to R – Tiffany Paul, Div 1 Nett winner, Glenys Davidson, Div 1 Nett runner up, Wendy Johnstone Best Gross OTF, Sue Macpherson Div 2 winner and Cathy Anderson Div 3.

Woolgoolga WGCNC Medal 12 July

Women’s Golf Central North Coast MEDAL
Monday 12th July 2021
Woolgoolga RSL Golf Club

A SPECIAL INVITATION is extended to all women players who are members
of affiliated Clubs within the Central North Coast District and hold an
Australian Women’s Handicap to play in our:

DIV 1 – 18 Hole Stroke
DIV 2 – 18 Hole Stableford
DIV 3 – 18 Hole Stableford
Divisions will be decided on receipt of entries. Fee $20.00

Entries close 1st July 2021 (fees must accompany nominations)
(Limited to 160 players)

Click here for 2021 CNC Medal at Woolgoolga Conditions of Play

Click here for 2021 CNC MEDAL FLYER

WGCNC 80th Annual Golf Tournament

An invitation is extended to all Women Members of Clubs to play 3 days of golf on the NSW Mid North Coast.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 2nd, 3rd, 4th August 2021
at South West Rocks Golf Club – Hosted by CNC District Committee

Days 1 & 2:  36 Hole Stroke Championship   for   Divisions 1 & 2

Days 1 & 2:  36 Hole Stableford        for  Divisions 3 & 4

Day 3:            18 Hole Foursomes Championship

All entrants must have a current Golf Australia Handicap

Closing Date is Friday 9th July 2021 with payment on submission of Entry

Click Here > 2021 Annual Tournament Flyer

Click here > 2021 Annual Program of Events
Click Here > 2021 Annual Entry Form Teams Event
Click here > 2021 Annual Conditions of play


2021 North Coast Junior Masters Results

2021 North Coast Junior Masters Results

The event was held at Kew GC last weekend which saw 4 local girls participate and former local Ella Scaysbrook returning to her former stomping ground to win the Girls Overall Title.

Ella since making the move to Newcastle, her game has gone to another level, picking up victory’s at the Peter O’Malley Junior Masters in March with a dominant performance as well as a recent top 10 at the Australian Girls Championship in Canberra.

Ella had to come from behind to defend her North Coast Junior Masters title, taking the lead with the help of a HOLE-IN-ONE on the Par 3 12th.

Her rounds of 76 and 74 saw her edge clear to defeat Rachel Lee (Avondale GC) and overnight leader Vanna Limeburner (Kew GC).

The Impressive results of our local girls were:

Vanna Limeburner (Kew) – Rounds of 72 & 81 – Placed 3rd overall, and 2nd in the 14/15 Years Girls

Hollie Fuller (Grafton) – Rounds of 79 & 81 – Tied 6th Overall and Tied 3rd in the 14/15 Years Girls

Quedesha Golledge (Kew) – Rounds of 78 & 86 – Tied 9th Overall and 4th in the 16 Years Girls

Bryella Golledge (Taree) – Rounds of 109 & 120 – Placed 22nd Overall and 7th in the 12/13 Years Girls


A Successful WGCNC Ladies Coaching Camp – Coffs Harbour

The WGCNC Ladies Coaching Camp was held at Coffs Harbour Golf Club on the weekend of May 15 – 16. For the cost of $170, the 22 attendees enjoyed one and a half days of coaching and a nine-hole 2 person ambrose competition on Sunday afternoon. With lunches included on both days and a buffet dinner at a local Coffs Harbour Indian restaurant on Saturday night everyone agreed it was excellent value.

All aspects of the game were covered, including long and short game clinics, putting and recovery shots. There was also a talk on course management.

Participants came from various clubs over the district, and ranged in handicap from 13 to 54. Comments were universally complimentary, with everyone enjoying the weekend and looking forward to trying out their new skills on their home course.  Thank you to everyone who participated and supported this event.

Raffle Proceeds – Warrina Women’s Refuge

As part of the Committee Day activities, the WGCNC runs a raffle to support a local charity. This year the $250 proceeds of our raffle has been used to support the Warrina Women’s Refuge, which assists women in the Coffs Harbour and Mid-North Coast district who are experiencing domestic and family violence. More information on the services offered by Warrina can be found on their website at Thank you to everyone who supported this raffle.