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Home Servicemen's Tourney.—Five handsome trophies have been donated by Mr. H. G. Keeley. president oi the Matamata branch of the New Zealand Home Servicemen's Association, for presentation to the winners of a Dominion-wide golf tournament open to members of the association. The rules provide for an 18-hole handicap, with a handicap limit of 24, to be played on September 3 next. The player who returns the best net score will win i the competition. The four best cards on a similar basis will win the teams* match for the best aggregate net score. Teams are to comprise four members of any branch or sub-branch belonging to the same golf club. Cards are to be certified to by the golf club secretary or club captain and are to be forwarded to the Dominion secretary of the association. Mr. J. R. Perston. within seven days. The New Zealand Golf Council will declare the winners. The trophies will be won outright.

Titirangi Ladies.—Flag match: Mrs. M. Shroff carried the flag to the 19th fairway.

Akaiana Ladies.—Second round of three rounds eclectic: —Seniors: Mrs. W. A. Birkenhead, 87 —14—73; Mrs. G. Parker, 93—14—79; Mrs. T. W. Hood. 93—13—80: Mrs. C. Walker, 98—18—80. Juniors: Mrs. C. B. Watkin. 99—25—74; Mrs. W. Marks, 110—36—74; Mrs. R. Schischka, 104—29— 75. Mrs. Watkin won on the recount. The C grade match was won by Mrs. Brown. Taurima Cup:—Senii-flnal: Mrs. Birkenhead beat Miss Clark, 2 and 1; Mrs. Dorman beat Mrs. Copas, 2 and 1. Final: Mrs. Birkenhead beat Mrs. Dorman, at the 19th.

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GOLF COMPETITIONS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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GOLF COMPETITIONS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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