Ladies Golf continued last Saturday with players participating in an 18-hole White Tee stroke event.
Prue Dunstan held off her fellow competitors and won the day with a great score of 76 nett, a great outcome considering the ladies were teeing off the men's markers making the game a lot more difficult.
Runner up trophy went to Rebecca Nankivell who finished close behind on 77 nett.
Slotting into the ball rundown spot was Auretta Perrin finishing the day with a great nett score of 79.
Nearest the pins were won by Auretta Perrin on holes 9 and 18 and Rebecca Nankivell on hole 17.
Earlier in the week the Ladies played an 18-hole Stroke Event.
Rebecca Nankivell came up trumps with an awesome 78 nett to take home the winner's trophy.
The runner trophy went to Liz Jakeman for her impressive 79 nett score.
Nearest the pins were won by Julie Dane on hole 4, Rebecca Nankivell on hole 9 and Denise Keary on hole 17.
The previous weekend most of the local golfers travelled to Hughenden to play in their Open leaving a small field of ladies who teed off at Mount Isa Golf Club in an 18-hole Stableford competition.
Alison Gordon came up trumps winning the trophy with 29 stableford points defeating her nearest rival Suni Thogersen who finished the day on 24 points giving her the runner up trophy.
Gordon's accuracy around the greens saw her take all the pin shots on offer on holes 2, 8, 15 and the Leichhardt Medical sponsored pin on hole 18.
Competitors also battled it out in the mid-week competition on Wednesday in an 18-hole Stableford event.
Liz Debney took first place honours with an impressive score of 32 points.
The runner up trophy went to Ulla Allen who finished the game with 28 points.
Ulla Allen surprised fellow golfers by taking all the pin shots on holes 9, 11, 14 and recorded a chip in on hole 3.
Good to see you back playing Ulla and that the short break has helped to make your golf even better.