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July 14, 2024

Mullumbimby golfers decide championships

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Top golfers (L–R): Gai Smith, Michelle Stenner and five-time Club Champion Tash Faux. Photo supplied

Mullumbimby Lady Golfers have just completed their club championships held over two weeks with excellent weather a factor in the good fields in each division.

Gross winner in division one was Natasha Faux who won by seven strokes. This is the fifth time that Natasha has won this event. Nett winner was Deb Cullen.

In division two, Michelle Stenner took out the gross winning by 10 strokes, with Ruth Manley the Nett winner.

In division three, Gai Smith won by six strokes and Jan Beer won the Nett.

Thanks to Adrian Snow and staff for having the course in excellent condition.


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