JOB WELL DONE: Coffs Harbour club champion Trish Nance with tournament sponsor Todd Blewitt.
JOB WELL DONE: Coffs Harbour club champion Trish Nance with tournament sponsor Todd Blewitt.

Trish secures the club championship

MOVING to Coffs Harbour 18 months ago from Sydney after retiring with her husband is a move that has paid off for Trish Nance.

Having joined the Coffs Harbour Golf Club, Nance can now call herself a club champion after winning the title ahead of Ada Lynch and Tracey Foster.

It shouldn't come as any surprise though. Not only is she a talented golfer but she'd been no stranger to Coffs Harbour's 27-hole layout before moving to the area.

For the past 30 years she's lived in Sydney but once a year visited Coffs Harbour to play golf.

Finally 18 months ago she and her husband retired and settled in Coffs Harbour and now not only is she a member of the club but the winner of its prestigious club championship.

In Division 2 Karen Cross was the champion ahead of Robyn O'Brien and Mika Creenaune while Louise Knight won the Division 3 title with Margaret Holloway and Heatherbelle Lee rounding out the placings.



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