Guyra tees off for breast cancer

Joyce Betts and Kath Varley, two of Guyra's super Veterans, who won the Mystery 4BBB Stableford Multiple competition on Wednesday, October 11.
Joyce Betts and Kath Varley, two of Guyra's super Veterans, who won the Mystery 4BBB Stableford Multiple competition on Wednesday, October 11.

We looked pretty in pink as we Teed Off for Breast Cancer on Wendy George’s Trophy day. Kath Varley and Joyce Betts were thrilled to win the Mystery 4BBB Stableford Multiple with 59 points.

Donna White and Belinda Lenehan were runners up with 52 points. Nearest the Pin, equal first, were Karen Oehlers and Wendy Jackson who measured 3.15 centimetres from the pin on the 9th.

We acknowledge the generosity of the Guyra Bowling and Recreation Club for donating the green fees for the day, to show their support for this fundraising initiative.

The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia (BCIA) coordinates this national golfing event, which has been running for 20 years, supporting clinical trials research to save every life from breast cancer.

In 2017 Guyra Lady Golfers joined in with over 200 golf clubs around Australia to help reach $2 million raised overall, since the first event was held in 1997.

On the programme for next Wednesday is the Guyra Welding Works 4BBB Championship.

Karen Oehlers is the starter at the earlier time of 9:00 a m, as we will play 27 holes to decide the Champions.