Golf: Simone Puckeridge wins Treloar Cup

Treloar Cup winner Simone Puckeridge with John Treloar. Photo: Gareth Gardner

Treloar Cup winner Simone Puckeridge with John Treloar. Photo: Gareth Gardner

Simone Puckeridge etched her name on the Treloar Cup for the second time with a one-shot win when the 2017 event was held last week.

One of the longest running tournaments in NSW, the prestigious event was first held in 1926.

The 2010 champion, Puckeridge fired 85 off the stick to pip Werris Creek’s Jenny Fisher and Narelle Dunst.

They both carded 86, Fisher finishing runner-up on count-back. She also won the Division 1 handicap with 73 nett from Mandy Sullivan, who edged out Di Bramlett on count-back after both scored 74.

Val Chorlton was the Division 2 stroke winner with 95 ahead of Cherie Pilditch and Kay Lennox, who in the trend of the day both recorded 96 off the stick. 

The Division 3 honours went to Jenny Butler with 103. Butler also took out the handicap event with 73 on count-back from Debbie Montgomery and Poss Tuckey.

The event drew 120 players from 10 different clubs throughout the district.