The three-person ambrose event was played in warm summer conditions.
Heather Long, Gail Meneilly and Josie De Ieso won the day with 65.833 strokes, on countback from Sheryl Curran, Janette Hayward and Deb Reilly.
Balls were given to the team of Francie Mark, Liz Mulcahy and Sue Turnbull with 68.5 strokes.
Nearest-the-pins: third Gallery Café, Francie Mark; sixth Tatura Hot Bread, Heather Long; ninth Café Alofa, Terri Wangeman; 14th One4One Café, Di Day, who again won the voucher for a delicious breakfast.
The stableford event was won by Roylyn Harris with 14 points, with runner-up Janet Leahy scoring 13 points.
Summer 4BBB knockout final
Terri Wangeman and Robyn Downs will play Sheryl Curran and Di Day in the final match on Friday, with the time to be announced. Women golfers are encouraged to come along to support these girls and witness what should be a closely fought match.
Wednesday’s event: stableford. Nine-hole event: stableford: front nine.
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