Mona MacLeod Brooch

2 Jan - 20 October 2017

The Mona MacLeod Brooch is played for by amateur players at fully affililated WGV clubs. A player is eligible to compete for the Brooch in all the clubs of which she is a member.

Two Brooches are awarded in the Metropolitan area and two in the Country area each year. One is for Best Nett Score over 36 holes (Silver Division) and the other for Best Nett Score over 36 holes (Bronze Division).

Clubs are requested to send the results of winners in the Silver and Bronze Divisions to WGV, who will then collate all results from across the State to determine the winners of the Mona MacLeod Brooch.

Honour Roll

Player Information

The Mona MacLeod Brooch is run over two (2) 18 hole stroke rounds as stipulated by each golf club's committee. A club may make arrangements to conduct a Mona MacLeod round over the weekend for women who are not able to partake in that golf club's midweek competition.

Round 1 - Is played concurrently with either a round of the Silver Spoon competition, for which players must have entered.
Round 2 - Can be played on a stipulated stroke round

Entries Open: Monday 1 January 2018
Entries Closed: 5pm on Friday 26 October 2018
Send all entry forms to Golf Victoria.

*Winners will be presented with their brooches at the 2018 GV Women's Captains' & Presidents' Day at Cranbourne GC on Monday 26 November 2018

News & Results

2017 Mona MacLeod Champions

Silver Metropolitan Division: Ann Manuell (Kew) -6 c/b
Silver Country Division: Glenda Warren (Drouin) -4

Bronze Metropolitan Division: Denise Nachar (Spring Valley) -5
Bronze Country Division: Rhonda Alexander (Cobden) -4

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