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Watling reigns in ladies stableford event

Arin Kumar
Friday, August 08, 2014

KELERA Watling won division one of the Fiji Golf Club Ladies stableford competition on Tuesday.

She carded 20 stableford points at the Vatuwaqa Golf Course to push favourite Gye Oh to second spot.

Oh finished in second place with 19 points while Ana Harvey was third with 19 points.

Clara Lee topped Division two with 26 points ahead of Sun Lye Yeom and J R Yoon who finished with 22 and 20 points respectively.

Division three was won by Sunita Mathews who carded 23 points. In second place with 21 points was Yoku while Connie Kwon was placed third with 20 points.

Competition official Connie Kwon said the beautiful weather brought out the best from the golfers.

"Tuesday was such an awesome day for golf," she said.

"There were 29 Lady members who participated in the Stableford competition.

"It was exciting and fun and thanks to the beautiful sponsorship by Linda Callaghan."

Meanwhile, the Fiji Golf Club Business House Golf Pennants was played on Sunday.

Rooster Chicken defeated Carpenters Group 4-1, Williams & Gosling defeated Shipping Services 5-0, Jacks Rental defeated Solar Energy Solutions 4-1 while BSP Bank was on a bye.





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