All roads lead east this weekend with Freycinet Golf Club hosting 108 women at Northern Golf's annual City Week.
Members of 18-hole clubs are invited to play a two-day event at an East Coast nine-hole club for golf and socialisation.
Defending champion Janne Waller has entered along with other members from Launceston, Devonport Seabrook, Mowbray, Riverside, Royal Hobart, Tasmania, Prospect Vale and Ulverstone.
Monday's event is a single stableford with a morning and afternoon field. Lunch is provided by Freycinet and the evening meal is a catered spit roast.
Tuesday sees a foursomes stableford with 45 pairs of women.
Thanks go to Freycinet for their willingness to host the event and set the scene for Scamander River to host in 2022.
At the Tasmanian Amateur Champs, Matthew Brain, playing out of Bridport and formerly of Mowbray, won the men's handicap, Jorjah Bailey continued her fantastic year with a win in the women's handicap and Shayne Walker prevailed over Robbie Berne (one up).
After leading the men's senior order of merit for most of the year, Walker was unlucky not to be able to capitalise when it was cancelled due to COVID. Congratulations also go to Mackenzie Thomas, runner-up to Bailey, who often travelled to play Northern events.
MyGolf Junior League started at Prospect Vale last weekend and continues on Saturday at Mowbray.
New Golf Tasmania development officer Courtney Docking was in attendance along with Andy Barnes and Don Cameron representing Northern Golf.
Ringarooma will be holding a four-person ambrose on Sunday from 10am. Barbeque and salads are included in $10 entry fee and guests are welcome.
Ringarooma's presentation night will be at Lords Hotel on Saturday, December 11, from 6.30pm. RSVP to secretary David Walsh on 0418 128877 by December 5.
Deloraine are holding their Norm Clarke Memorial Stroke on Saturday at 9am. The club can be contacted on 03 63622132 .
Poatina are holding a modified three-person ambrose this Saturday for interested players.
Tammy Hall was the senior winner at Prospect Vale Golf Club's ladies' open.
Hall carded 38 to win on countback from Elizabeth Barber and Jill Bye.
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