QantasLink’s Ashleigh Trouncer and defending champion Rhonda Magner warm up for this weekend’s Ladies Amateur Golf Classic at Bonville Golf Resort.
QantasLink’s Ashleigh Trouncer and defending champion Rhonda Magner warm up for this weekend’s Ladies Amateur Golf Classic at Bonville Golf Resort. ROB WRIGHT

Ladies hit the greens

IT’S on again this weekend.

It’s hard to believe the QantasLink Ladies Amateur Golf Classic at Bonville Golf Resort is about to be played for the 14th time and this year’s event sees the majority of entrants returning from previous years to again tackle the challenging Bonville layout.

The Classic is now a major fixture on the NSW Ladies Amateur golf calendar with entries from all along the eastern seaboard as well as Victoria and the Northern Territory and Queensland.

The wide reach in which the entrants come from makes the Ladies classic NSW’s largest and most prestigious amateur women’s golfing event.

Defending champion Rhonda Magner from Concord Golf Club has been an entrant every year since the event started and is excited at the prospect of defending her title.



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