Bridport emerged victorious in the annual Ladies Country Week.
A successful two-day event was held at Launceston Golf Club.
With 82 entrants in the foursomes and 76 singles, ladies from as far afield as Wynyard and Scamander River enjoyed ideal conditions and good company.
Bridport's Trish Nichol was the overall singles winner with an excellent score of 42 points.
Lynn Cowin (Wynyard) was runner-up with 38.
Division one winner was June Stubbs (Penguin, 37 points) from Wendy Cuthbertson, of Exeter.
Division two winner was Pat Wilkinson (George Town) from Eunice Ray (Penguin) while Jenny Roozendaal (Bridport) was successful in division three over Gonny Creemers (St Helens).
Foursomes stableford winners in division one were Lyn Mullins and Di Rattray (Moorina), Judy Freiboth and Margaret Thompson (Scamander River) won division two and Pat Wilkinson and Vicki Towns won division three.
The much sought-after teams event went to the Bridport ladies.
Northern Golf thanked the management and staff of Launceston for their assistance.
Bridport and Scottsdale golf clubs hosted the recent North-East Open and Craig Styles was successful in the men's event with 82 points, while Helen Seadon won the women's with 68.
At Tam O Shanter's 11th annual open tournament, Joe Rattray, of Moorina, won the men's section and local member Jan Boatwright the women's.
The event was played in perfect conditions with a large field from many clubs across the North.
Riverside Golf Club's winners of the Hopwood Cup were Yianni Anifandis and Shayne Thorpe, winning one-up against Michael Jackson and Chris Myers.
In Riverside ladies' 27-hole foursome championships, the results were: foursome champions: Mel Thurlow and Amanda Smith (121) (also nett champions), runners-up: Liz Williams and Kathy Allison (139); B Grade: Pauline Pearson and Ann Fitzpatrick (151-play off, also nett champions), runners-up: Julie Johnston and Karen Hendry (151); C Grade: Frances Hudson and Christine Wadley (161, also nett champions), runners-up: Alison Smart and Ann Symons (164).
Greg Longmore (Launceston) won the individual 36-hole event in the Claremont Shield at Devonport Golf Club.
Longmore also holed out on the par-three 10th hole, hitting his wedge from 126 metres.
Royal Hobart won by 15 strokes over Wynyard with Devonport, Launceston and Ulverstone one shot away in third place.
Exeter veterans held their annual two-day tournament and B. Taylor, of Penguin, had the best overall score of 39 points winning on countback from B. Bishop (George Town), J. Oldman and G. McLennan (both Exeter).
Riverside's Isaac Roberts has been called up to represent Tasmania in the Australian boys amateur championship at Gold Creek Country Club in the ACT from April 15 to 17.
The tournament will be played over 72 holes, with the top 60 included those on ties playing in the final two rounds.
Roberts has worked hard on his game this year and Riverside is very proud that he will be representing Tasmania.
The first Australian Boys' Amateur Championship was played in 1982 over 54-holes stroke play for players under 21 years of age (now under-18). Past winners include Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Cameron Smith and Ryan Ruffels.
Unfortunately for Roberts and all concerned, at present the event has been postponed.
Footgolf has been a huge success at Riverside Golf Club since it started in October 2019.
The game has been well received by members and has brought many new people onto the course, especially in the younger age group.
The principle is the same as golf, least amount of kicks of a soccer ball into a 52cm hole positioned beside the fairway.
There are nine holes and a game should only take between 45-60 minutes.
It's played on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons from 1-5pm. Adults: $12, under-16s: $8.
The Northern Tasmanian Veterans Golf Association advises that upcoming tournaments scheduled for Poatina, St Helens, Ulverstone and the Goodwill tournament at Riverside on April 23 have all been cancelled.
Covid-19 has seen the postponement of many sporting events worldwide and golf in Australia and Tasmania has not been exempt from this.
Northern Golf's women's and men's pennant, along with MyGolf Junior League and girls-only clinics have been postponed along with the annual Thyne Trophy for men and North versus South for women.
The majority of Northern clubs are still playing, however, some restrictions are in place.
It is advisable to consult your club to be aware of any changes. All the updated information, including social distancing requirements can be found at www.golf.org.au/covid-19.
Tasmanian updates can also be found at ww.dhhs.tas.gov.au.