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ANNUAL REPORT and FINANCIAL REPORT for the year ended 31 December 2004

REPORT for the 10 Months ended 31 October 2005

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND SUMMARY Staff and Office Martyn Turner continued in his role as Acting Executive Director until the end of May 2005 when the staff moved into new offices shared with New Zealand Golf Association. From June 2005 till our official amalgamation on 31st October 2005 Patsy Hankins was Acting Executive Director. We continued to have a dedicated team who were committed to delivering the best to all of our members right up until the end of Womens Golf New Zealand – and many of the staff have merged into the new organisation - New Zealand Golf Incorporated. We ran a virtual office which continued to work well with four off site staff members carrying out their duties in “the field”. Our website was regularly updated, meetings held, mail outs distributed and we continued to contribute articles to the New Zealand Golf Gazette and the New Zealand Golf Update every month. Women’s golf was featured on the ING Golf Club Show – there were specific reports done on our 4 major events along with other smaller news items done throughout the year. Funding and Sponsorship Almost half our income is derived from grants and sponsorships. With gratitude we acknowledge SPARC's substantial funding of our high performance and player development programmes, significant grants from Southern Trust and NZ Community Trust, Lion Foundation's ongoing and generous backing of our major tournaments and the assistance of all other funders and sponsors in 2005. High Performance and Player Development We are delighted with the achievements of our high performance and player development programmes in 2005. Specifically we need to acknowledge Gaylene Eyre’s outstanding work as WGNZ Programme Manager. She has continued to manage a highly structured programme which has led to a continued high standard and performance of our elite athletes. Sharon Ahn won the NZ Strokeplay Championship, Sarah Nicholson won the Victorian 72 hole Strokeplay and Jenny Park won the Lake Macquarie Women’s Event , with the 2005 stand-out team performance being when New Zealand won the Tasman Cup off Australia – 10 years since we last won it. Girls Golf Another programme that continued going from strength to strength is Girls Golf. Co-ordinator Claire Paterson has continued doing an outstanding job working alongside districts and clubs introducing young girls to the game. A record 91 clubs are now registered, with 13 out of 14 districts being ‘girls golf’ friendly. Acknowledgements Hosting a national tournament is a huge commitment for any club, often involving hours of preparation and disruption to normal club play. We acknowledge and thank the clubs which hosted events so successfully in 2005. WGNZ is indebted to the many volunteers, who give their time and expertise in the interests of women’s golf. In particular we acknowledge the contribution of the High Performance and Technical Reference Group members, the Audit Committee, National Advisory Councillors, District Associations and Club Committees. Obituary With regret we record the passing of two Life Members this year, Lady Rae Meech and Mrs. Eda Aplin. Lady Rae and Eda both made notable contributions to women’s golf which are detailed on separate pages in this report. Our condolences to both Lady Rae and Eda’s families. Board At the beginning of 2005 Womens Golf New Zealand welcomed a new Board member to replace Sue Bunt who retired at the end of 2004 – Linda Ayson. Linda was on the Board for five months before stepping off the Board and taking up a position as Accounts & Administration Manager at New Zealand Golf Association.

OFFICE BEARERS LIFE VICE PRESIDENTS and LIFE MEMBERS

PATRON

Mrs GD Alexander Mrs I Bojeson-Trepka Mrs S Bunt Mrs B Cameron Mrs F Catto Mrs GH Fraser Mrs RS Fullerton-Smith MBE Mrs DH Hamilton

The Honourable Dame Silvia Cartwright PCNZM, DBE Governor General of New Zealand

Mrs PA Hannan Mrs AJ Lahmer Miss B Langley Mrs HC MacDiarmid Mrs J Puckey Mrs M Sargent Mrs J Whitehead

LGU VICE PRESIDENT Patsy Hankins

2005 WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND BOARD

From left to right Patsy Hankins, Monica McDonald, Jeanette Futter, Martyn Turner (Acting Executive Director till May 2005), Linda Ayson (till May 2005), Heather Newson, Susie Simcock

NATIONAL OFFICE STAFF

Martyn Turner Acting Executive Director (till May 2005)

Gaylene Eyre Programme Manager

Linda Morgan Penny Lovelock Marketing & Communications Administration Officer

Denise Langdon National Tournament Director

Jacque Sutcliffe Finance Manager

Chris Pritt Tournament Manager

Claire Paterson Junior Girls Coordinator

OPERATIONAL COMMITTEES High Performance Group Gaylene Eyre Susie Simcock Lisa Herbert Cherry Kingham Martyn Turner Geoff Smart (till March 2005)

Technical Reference Group Patsy Hankins Denise Langdon Sue Bunt Heather Newson Sue McFarlane Linda Ayson (till May 2005)

Selectors Sue Bunt Cherry Kingham Geoff Smart (till March 2005)

Disciplinary Monica McDonald Heather Newson

Amalgamation Patsy Hankins Jeanette Futter Susie Simcock Heather Newson

Karen Collins Member Services

Geoff Smart National Coach (till March 2005)

Audit Jeanette Futter David Tuck Linda Ayson (till May 2005)

2005 TOURNAMENTS

NZ Autumn Foursomes South Head Golf Club, Nth Harbour NZ Amateur Stroke Play Championship & Tasman Cup Titirangi Golf Club, Auckland NZ Under 21 Championships Whakatane Golf Club

NZ Secondary Schoolgirls Tournament Springfield Golf Club, Rotorua

Interprovincial Tournament Ngaruawahia Golf Club, Hamilton

NZ Veterans Tournament Inglewood Golf Club, Taranaki

North Island Age Groups Taupo Golf Club, Bay of Plenty

NZ Veterans Handicap Foursomes Temuka Golf Club, South Canterbury

NZ Masters Tournament Marlborough Golf Club

NZ Amateur Championship Christchurch Golf Club, Canterbury

South Island Age Groups St Clair Golf Club, Dunedin

MEMBERSHIP The trend of increasing Junior and 9 hole membership slowed down in 2005, with both categories registering a drop in numbers – Junior decreased by 2%, while 9 hole dropped by 4%. However in the only upward swing, Twilight membership increased by 5%. All but 1 district (Canterbury – increased by 1%) experienced a drop in full playing members; the average decrease was 4%. The total membership of all affiliated women golfers across all categories dropped by 3.53% - and now stands at 33,085. The Girls Golf programme expanded to 13 out of the 14 districts – we now have 91 golf clubs throughout New Zealand promoting “Girls Golf”, which are not counted as female juniors as the majority do not hold a handicap. 40000 35000 30000 25000 20000

WGNZ 2005 MEMBERSHIP

15000

N.B. Twilight figures not available before 1999

10000 5000 0

1998

1999

2000

Total

Full

2001

2002

9 Hole

2003

Twilight

2004

2005

Junior

FINANCE 2005 Income Affiliation Fees Funding Gaming Machine Trusts and Sponsorship Interest Income Sundry Income Club National Entry Fees TOTAL INCOME

501,482 309,375 173,915 56,849 27,947 8,094 1,077,662

2005 Expenditure Administration Personnel and Contractors High Performance and Game Development Tournaments – International Tournaments – National Handicapping and Course Rating Board and NAC Grants for Tournaments TOTAL EXPENDITURE

157,213 278,178 109,571 98,322 86,903 79,082 126,645 47,583 983,497

Expenditure 2005

Income 2005 Club National Entry Fees 1% Sundry Income 3%

Grants for Tournaments 5%

Interest Income 5%

Board and NAC 13%

Administration 16%

Gaming Machine Trusts and Sponsorship 16%

Affiliation fees 46%

Handicapping and Course rating 8%

Personnel and Contractors 28%

Tournaments - National 9%

Funding 29%

Tournaments - International 10% High Performance and Game Development 11%

FUNDING

Golf was again named as one of New Zealand’s seven “priority sports” and because of this we received funding for two programmes, firstly to encourage health and fitness by ‘more people playing golf more often’ and secondly for ‘high performance’ through the New Zealand Academy of Sport. We are extremely grateful to SPARC for their ongoing financial support and services they provide, particularly to our top athletes through their high performance branch - the New Zealand Academy of Sport. Special thanks to Steve Symonds and Deslea Wrathall for their continuing guidance and support. Mutual Assistance Plan The Mutual Assistance Plan (MAP) has continued to provide assistance to Womens Golf New Zealand through funding for the development of junior golf and golf development around the country.

GAMING MACHINE TRUSTS

The Lion Foundation again helped fund 3 of our major tournaments (NZ Stroke Play, NZ Under 21 and the Interprovincial), along with the international Tasman Cup which we hosted early in 2005. Their support continues to be a vital part of our organisation and we thank them for it.

The Southern Trust was again a major contributor to the 2005 High Performance programme. They donated money for 3 major international tournaments (South Pacific Open, Victorian Stroke Play and Queen Sirikit Cup), as well as a development camp coinciding with a major domestic event – the Lawnmaster Classic.

The National Office was particularly grateful to the New Zealand Community Trust for their support with operating costs. This meant that funds generated from levies could be used for the direct benefit of women’s golf.

SPONSORSHIP

Acushnet Company market Titleist and Footjoy golf products and their support is vital to the National High Performance programme. Titleist Academy athletes and Development Squad members are provided and expected to use throughout the year Titleist caps, Titleist balls and Footjoy gloves, ensuring all Womens Golf New Zealand press and TV coverage contains the Titleist logo. Titleist Academy members are also given Footjoy shoes, and all teams travelling overseas representing New Zealand are given Titleist golf bags and coveralls. Early in 2005 all Titleist Academy and Development Squad members were photographed wearing their Titliest uniform. These photos were supplied to the print media throughout New Zealand and have been used extensively, while all Academy and Development Squad members were required to wear Titleist branded clothing during TV interviews.

Peter Sissons of Under Par Golf Ltd again supplied the prizes for the 18 Hole and 9 Hole Home Links District and National winners. We thank Peter for his valuable support and time he puts into the women’s game.

HIGH PERFORMANCE The Titleist Academy and Development Squad have had a very successful year in 2005 under the guidance of Gaylene Eyre, Womens Golf New Zealand Programme Manager and the two national coaches used in 2005 - Geoff Smart till March 2005, and Marnie McGuire from May 2005. The highlights of 2005 included winning the Tasman Cup after a 10 year gap, the bi-annual event is held over two days between Australia and New Zealand, with the host country alternating every two years. Along with Sarah Nicholson winning the Victorian

Stroke Play and Jenny Park winning the Lake Macquarie (both high ranking Australian events), the New Zealand Stroke Play was also won by a kiwi – Sharon Ahn.

Sarah Nicholson

Penny Newbrook

Sharon Ahn

Natasha Krishna

Dasom Lee

Sarah Bradley

May Chang – till June 2005

Larissa Eruera – from June 2005

Monica Tulisi – from June 2005

Robyn Scott – from June 2005

Zoe - Beth Brake – from June 2005

Lisa Wright – from June 2005

Shelley Duncan

Prime Minister’s Coaching Scholarship Recipients Susan Farron

Marnie McGuire

Marilyn Smith Golfer of the Year and Oliver Hollis Junior Golfer of the Year are both held by Sharon Ahn, Takapuna Golf Club, North Harbour

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS Tasman Cup

New Zealand 2005 Tasman Cup Team Back L to R: Gaylene Eyre (Non-playing Team Captain), Sarah Nicholson, Penny Newbrook, Geoff Smart (National Coach), Natasha Krishna Front L to R: Jenny Park and Sharon Ahn

The 2005 international programme got off to a great start with a New Zealand victory over Australia in the Tasman Cup. New Zealand beat Australia 14 – 10, after leading 9 – 3 on the first day. Queen Sirikit The Queen Sirikit Cup was played at the Green Valley Country Club in Bangkok, Thailand. The New Zealand team of Sharon Ahn, Natasha Krishna and Sarah Nicholson placed 6th overall. Full details are in the results section.

OBITUARY – LADY RAE MEECH

LADY RAE MEECH

Lady Rae Meech started her golfing life as Mrs VS Meech (nee Rachel Anderson) at Mornington GC in Wellington in 1943, where she played for 3 years until her handicap had reduced sufficiently to be able to join Mirimar GC with her husband Jack. She won the Bronze Championship that year, was subsequently Silver Champion 5 times, reduced to a 6 handicap and represented Wellington in the Russell Grace Interprovincial Tournament. What was to be a long involvement in golf administration began in 1956 when she was elected to the club committee, and then had 4 terms as club captain from 1960. During this time she assisted with the formation of the Wellington District Ladies’ Golf Association, on which she served as secretary, selector and then President from 1962 to 1966. In November 1966 Mrs Meech succeeded Mrs VS (Edith) Land as NZLGU Executive Council Member for the Wellington District. Her husband John, who as head of the Department of Internal Affairs from 1959-67 organised two royal tours to NZ, was knighted by the Queen in 1969. Lady Meech captained the 1970 Tasman Cup team to Sydney, represented the Union on the NZ Golf Foundation Committee, served on the Central Committee for 7 years, and was Chairman in 1972 and 1973. She retired at the 1976 AGM after 10 years on the Council. The following year she was appointed a Life Vice President of the NZLGU, and then later honoured again with appointment as New Zealand’s English LGU Vice President for 1984. Judith Hanratty, a Wellington and national representative during Lady Meech’s term on the NZLGU, a lawyer now domiciled in UK with a senior position in an International corporation, writes as follows: “Rae Meech was a long standing and very hard working official for women’s golf who enjoyed the role of administrator and took those responsibilities seriously, playing a significant role in the evolution of the constitution of what, at the time of her death, was Womens Golf New Zealand. She was extremely knowledgeable about the rules of the game and an excellent referee, a role she carried out at national and international level. “She understood well the importance of publicity in promoting the game and making it attractive to new players, and cultivated the press to the advantage of the game. During her time in office the women’s game enjoyed some of the best publicity it has ever had. “Her time as an administrator coincided with the period when women’s golf was transformed from a genteel game played very much as an amateur pastime to a serious sport in which being successful as an amateur could be a prelude to a well paid professional career. She was captain of the District team at the time Marilyn Smith (Shandon GC) became the first woman touring professional in the USA. As a leader during that transition she oversaw many significant and worthy changes in the way the game was administered and the movement to encourage young people into the game.” That Lady Meech clearly made a significant contribution to women’s golf at all levels is evident in that she was honoured with Life Membership of her club, her district, and the national body. That she was also a Life Member of the Sacred Heart Tennis Club and of the Victoria Bridge Club indicates that women’s golf was not the only organisation in which she made her mark. Lady Meech retained an active interest in women’s golf which did not wane with advancing years – since 1999 Womens Golf New Zealand AGMs have been held in Wellington each year, and Lady Meech (with assistance from Dorothy Stewart) attended every one until the 2004 meeting, when she was indisposed and unable to be present. Lady Meech passed away on 18 March 2005, in her 95th year. With thanks to Dorothy Stewart and Judith Hanratty for information used in compiling this obituary.

OBITUARY – EDA APLIN

EDA APLIN (FORMERLY EDA MUNRO)

Eda Munro joined the Te Awamutu Golf Club in 1943. She became an accomplished player – her lowest handicap was 3 - and won the Club Championship six times between 1954 and 1961. At a provincial level she represented Waikato/King Country in the Russell Grace Interprovincial for 8 years. During this time she became involved in administration at her club, and served as Club Captain 1955 – 1957, then President 1958 – 1959 and again in 1965. The tremendous contribution she made to the ladies club was acknowledged when she was awarded Life Membership in 1979. Her husband Tom was a dairy farmer, and Mrs Munro played a full part in farming activities. They successfully combined dairy farming with golf, in which both were very involved. Tom served on the Waikato Golf Association, and Eda was the Southern zone representative on the Waikato/King Country District Ladies’ Golf Association from 1957 to 1980. She was elected President in 1966. When Phyl MacDiarmid retired as the Waikato/King Country NZLGU Executive Council Member in November 1970, Mrs Munro was appointed to succeed her and held the dual positions of Executive Member and President until 1978, the year her husband died, when she retired as President. Mrs Munro served 10 years on the NZLGU Executive Council, including two as Chairman (1977-78), and two as President (197980). She was non-playing captain of the NZ team which competed in the Espirito Santo in Fiji in 1978. On retirement from the Executive Council after her term as President, Mrs Munro was elected a Life Member of the New Zealand Ladies’ Golf Union at the Annual General Meeting in September 1980. That year she was also elected as a Life Member of the Waikato/King Country District Ladies’ Golf Association. Later her contribution to women’s golf was again acknowledged by her appointment as New Zealand’s LGU Vice President for 1987. “To be granted Life Membership of the three organisations to which she contributed so much was a remarkable achievement and a measure of her standing in the golfing world. “………… Two of her associates on the national scene all those years ago described her as a gracious and outstanding lady widely respected by all those with whom she was involved.” (From the Eulogy given by long time friend Mr Les Munro at Eda Aplin’s service) Eda Aplin is survived by her second husband, Athol Aplin, and was in her 93rd year when she passed away on 15 August 2005. With thanks to Mr Les Munro and Jan Wilson for information used in compiling this obituary.

Obituaries written by Sue Bunt

2005 INTERNATIONAL TEAMS AND RESULTS Lake Macquarie Amateur Championship

Belmont Golf Club, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA

Sharon Ahn, Natasha Krishna, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson, Jenny Park, Jackie Shin

J. Park - Winner, N. Krishna 4th, S. Ahn 7th, J. Shin 10th = , S. Nicholson 17th =, P. Newbrook 29th

Riversdale Cup

Riversdale Golf Club, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Sharon Ahn, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson, Jenny Park

S. Nicholson 4th, N. Krishna 5th, S. Ahn 8th, J. Park 14th, P. Newbrook 22nd =

Tasman Cup

Ttirangi Golf Club, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND

Sharon Ahn, Natasha Krishna, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson, Jenny Park

Winner: New Zealand 14 Australia 10

Queensland 72 Hole Stroke Play

Horton Park Golf Club, Queensland, AUSTRALIA

Natasha Krishna, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson, Jackie Shin,

N. Krishna 9th=, S. Nicholson 11th=, J. Shin 17th=, P. Newbrook 23rd

Victorian 72 Hole Stroke Play

Rosanna Golf Cub, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

Sharon Ahn, Sarah Bradley, Natasha Krishna, Dasom Lee, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson

S. Nicholson – Winner, N. Krishna 5th, S. Ahn 6th, D. Lee 9th, P. Newbrook 14th, S. Bradley DQ

Mastercard Junior Masters

The Vines Golf Club, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA

Stephanie Slavich

Stephanie Slavich 30th =

Queen Sirikit Cup

Green Valley Country Club, Bangkok, THAILAND

Sharon Ahn, Natasha Krishna, Sarah Nicholson

Winner: Chinese-Taipei (435) 1st Runner-up: Thailand (437) 2nd Runner-up: Japan (439) 6th: New Zealand (457)

South Pacific Ladies Open Classic

Surfers Paradise Golf Club, Gold Coast, Queensland, AUSTRALIA

Annelies Anderson, Sarah Bradley, Zoe-Beth Brake, Larissa Eruera, Dasom Lee, Monica Tulisi, Lisa Wright

D. Lee 13th=, ZB. Brake 17th=, S. Bradley 27th=, L. Wright 27th=, L. Eruera 34th=, A. Anderson 47th=, M. Tulisi 52nd=

We Love KOBE Suntory Open (Professional Tournament)

Japan Memorial Golf Club, Hyogo, JAPAN

Sarah Nicholson

Sarah Nicholson – Did not qualify

The Spirit International

Whispering Pines Golf Club, Houston, Texas, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Sharon Ahn, Sarah Nicholson

Winner: England (269) 1st Runner-up: Sth Africa (271) 12th: New Zealand

Victorian Champion of Champions

Southern Golf Club & Croydon Golf Club, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Sarah Nicholson

Sarah Nicholson - Winner

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT HISTORY

Tasman Cup

Espirito Santo Trophy 2004 2002 2000 1998 1996 1994 1992 1990 1988 1986 1984 1982 1980 1978 1976 1974 1972 1970 1968 1966 1964

Year

Venue

Winner

Rio Mar Golf Club, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Saujana Golf and Country Club, Kuala Lumper, Malaysia Sporting Club Berlin, Berlin, Germany Prince of Wales Country Club, Santiago, Chile St Elena Golf Club, Manila, Philippines Golf National, Paris, France Marine Drive Golf Club, Vancouver, Canada Russley Golf Club, Christchurch, New Zealand Drothingholm Golf Club, Stockholm, Sweden Lagunita Golf Club, Caracas, Venezuela Royal Hong Kong Golf Club Hong Kong Geneva Golf Club, Alexandria, Switzerland Pinehurst Golf Club, North Carolina, USA Pacific Harbour Golf Club, Pacific Harbour, Fiji Vilamoura Golf Club, Vilamoura, Portugal Cajuiles Golf Club, Dominican Republic Hindu Country Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina Club de Campo, Madrid, Spain Victoria Golf Club, Melbourne, Australia Churubusco Golf Club, Mexico City, Mexico St Germain Golf Club, Paris, France

Sweden (567) Australia (578) France (580) USA (558) Korea (438) USA (569) Spain (588) USA (585) USA (587) Spain (580) USA (585) USA (579) USA (588) Australia (596) USA (605) USA (620) USA (583) USA (598) USA (616) USA (580) France (588)

NZ’s position th

9 = - 48 nations th

20

- 39 nations

th

20 - 40 nations th

17 = - 32 nations th

14 - 34 nations th

8 - 29 nations rd

3 - 31 nations nd

2 - 26 nations th

9 = - 27 nations th

14 - 29 nations th

8 = - 20 nations nd

2 - 26 nations th

11 - 28 nations th

7 - 14 nations Did not compete th

14 - 22 nations th

9 - 20 nations th

16 - 22 nations th

9 - 17 nations th

Venue

Winner

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Thailand China Korea Malaysia Hong Kong Chinese Taipei New Zealand India Philippines Bangkok Japan Indonesia Australia China Korea Hong Kong New Zealand Bangkok Philippines India Kuala Lumpur Australia

Chinese-Taipei Korea Korea Japan Australia Australia New Zealand Korea Japan Korea Korea Korea Japan Korea Korea New Zealand Korea Australia Japan Australia Australia New Zealand

th

6 - 25 nations

NZ’s position th

6 th 9 th 5 th 5 th 5 th 9 st 1 rd 3 nd 2 nd 2 th 4 rd 3 nd 2 th 7 nd 2 st 1 rd 3 th 4 rd 3 th 6 rd 3 st 1

2003 1999 1995 1991 1987 1983 1979

Venue

Auckland, New Zealand Marine Drive, Canada Sydney, Australia Northumberland, England Christchurch, New Zealand Glendale, Canada Lake Karrinyup, Perth, Australia

Winner

New Zealand New Zealand Australia Australia New Zealand (cb)

Junior Tasman Cup

Australia Australia Australia Great Britain Canada Australia Canada

Year

Winner

Venue

2004 2002 2001 1999 1997 1995 1993 1991 1989 1987 1985 1983

Australia Australia Tie Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia

Mandurah Golf Club, Western Australia, Australia Hutt Golf Club, Wellington, NZ Riverside Golf Club, Tasmania, Australia Palmerston North Golf Club, Palmerston North. NZ Bonnie Doon Golf Club, Sydney, Australia Sherwood Park Golf Club, Whangarei, NZ Brisbane Golf Club, Brisbane, Australia Mount Maunganui Golf Club, Mount Maunganui, NZ Karrinyup Golf Club, Perth, Australia Wellington Golf Club Wellington. NZ Melbourne Golf Club, Victoria, Australia Russley Golf Club, Christchurch, NZ

Southern Cross Brooch Awarded to any amateur player who at the New Zealand Amateur Championships, New Zealand Stroke Play Championships, New Zealand Under 21 Championships or any International Stroke Play event played in New Zealand, equals or betters the Women’s NZGA Course Rating. A player may receive this award only once.

Commonwealth Tournament Year

Winner New Zealand Australia Australia Australia Australia New Zealand Australia New Zealand Australia Tie Australia Australia Australia Tie Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia New Zealand Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Tie Australia Australia Tie Australia Australia Australia (cb)

6 - 19 nations

Queen Sirikit Cup Year

Venue

2005 Titirangi GC, Auckland, NZ 2003 Royal Adelaide GC, Adelaide, AUS 2001 Victoria GC, Melbourne, Victoria, AUS 1999 Russley GC, Christchurch, NZ 1997 Royal Hobart GC, Tasmania, AUS 1995 Waitikiri GC, Canterbury, NZ 1993 Brisbane GC, Queensland, AUS 1991 Mt Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ 1989 Lake Karrinyup GC, Perth, AUS 1987 Wellington GC, Wellington, NZ 1985 Victoria GC, Melbourne, Victoria, AUS 1983 Russley GC, Christchurch, NZ 1981 Southport GC, Queensland, AUS 1978 Rotorua GC, Rotorua, NZ 1977 Royal Perth GC, WA, AUS 1975 Middlemore GC, Auckland, NZ 1974 Kooyonga GC, Adelaide, SA, AUS 1972 Christchurch GC, Christchurch. NZ 1971 Pymble GC, Sydney, NSW, AUS 1968 Wellington GC, Wellington, NZ Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Victoria, AUS 1966 1964 Manawatu GC, Palmerston North, NZ 1962 Glenelg GC, SA, AUS 1960 Christchurch GC, Christchurch, NZ Royal Melbourne GC, Cheltenham, Victoria, AUS 1958 1956 New Plymouth GC, New Plymouth, NZ Brisbane GC, Yeerongpilly, Queensland, AUS 1954 1953 Wanganui GC, Wanganui, NZ Kingston Heath GC, Cheltenham, Victoria, AUS 1952 1951 Auckland GC, Aucklnad, NZ Royal Queensland GC, Hamilton, Queensland, AUS 1950 1949 Invercargill GC, Otago, NZ 1939 - 1948 No contest due to war 1938 Australia GC, Kensington, NSW, AUS 1937 Napier GC, Napier, NZ 1936 Royal Adelaide GC, Seatoun, SA, AUS 1934 Titirangi GC, Auckland, NZ 1933 Victoria GC, Cheltenham, Victoria, AUS

NZ’s position nd

2 th 4 rd 3 nd 2 nd 2 = nd 2 = th 4

Year

Winner

Club

Venue

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004

Emma Bennett Jody Fleming Jackie Shin Larissa Eruera Karen Quinn Sally Choi Mi Kyung Kim Susan Lines Nicole Keegan May Chang Misun Cho So Young Jang Dana Kim Ji Soo Oh Monica Tulisi Amy Yang Bree Turnbull Alison Whittaker Lisa Wright

Kingston Heath (Aust)

Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club Titirangi Golf Club

Yarra Yarra (Aust) Rotorua Aviation Woolloware (Aust) New Plymouth Pupuke Whakatane New Plymouth Waitikiri Huntingdale (Aust) Christchurch Christchurch Westown Christchurch The Glades (Aust) Melville Gardens (Aust)

Victoria (Aust) Nelson

Whakatane Golf Club Whakatane Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club

Wanganui Golf Club

2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998

Bobae Kim Sally Choi Cathryn Bristow Stephanie Slavich Jenny Park Natalie Storck Joon Young Choi Dasom Lee Jackie Shin Mi Ri Joo Jaimee - Lee Moses

Grace Jeong Eunice Jin Bridget Hart Jenna Hirst Robyn Boniface Kristin Farrell Chung Min Lee Sharon Ahn Sunny Park Sarah Bradley Natasha Krishna Dana Lacey Debbie Wells Haeji Kang Lynn Kenny Heidi McCulkin Shelley McKevitt Lee Anne Pace Ashley Simon Hester Wallace Akane Iijima Katy Jarachowicz Chung Min Lee Marousa Polias Polly Travica Tammy Clelland Nikki Garrett Olivia Hartley Sarah - Jane Kenyon

Belinda Kerr Frances Bondad Susie Matthews Rebecca Fry Sandra Carey Helena Svensson Erica Quinton Bobea Park Robyn Pellow Stacey Tate Teiria Te Riini Sarah Kemp Penny Newbrook Enu Chung Cheryl Nahi Naomi Wallace Kyla Welsh Amy Smith Melanie Holmes-Smith

Wiki Shailer Jenny Ritichie Brigit Holford Joanne Sikkens Tamara Hyett Miriam Kraschinski Michelle Lawrence Margot Oliver Lu Hsiao-Chuan Hung Chin-Huei Anita Boon Sarah Nicholson Rebecca Stevenson

Nadina Taylor Lai Yin Koe Helen Beatty Elizabeth Aitken Carlie Butler Becky Walsh Ai Lian Lim Wendy Hawkes Sandy Grimshaw Lindsey Wright Ingrid van Steenbergen

Claire Dury Catherine Mitchell Anna Parsons Amy Moore Rebecca Barrow Aimee Cho Tamara Johns Sarah Rutledge

Peninsula New Plymouth New Plymouth Lochiel Otago North Shore New Plymouth Pakuranga Springfield Northland Motueka Harewood Christchurch Coringa Country Pupuke Queens Park Titirangi Murawai North Shore The Lakes (Aust) Cambridge Auckland Long Island (Aust) Matamata Whangarei Uni. of Sterling (GB) Indooroopilly (Aust) Reading (GB) Mt Edgecombe (SA) Royal J’burg & K’stn (SA)

Arrowtown Pakuranga Shell Harbour (Aust)

Muriwai NSW (Aust) Belmont (Aust) Taupo Tuggarah Lakes (Aust)

Pungarehu Caloundra (Aust) Robina Woods (Aust)

Liverpool (Aust) Kooyonga (Aust) Victoria (Aust) Taumarunui Lagans (Sweden) Yarra Yarra (Aust) North Shore Ngaruawahia Huapai Kawerau NSW (Aust) Springfield Manukau Onewhero Russley Timaru Manawatu Woodlands (Aust) Tokoroa Wanganui The Grange Fox Hills (Aust)

Wanganui Golf Club Wanganui Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Tauranga Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Ashburton Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club Mt Maunganui Golf Club

Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Shandon Golf Club Nelson Golf Club Nelson Golf Club Nelson Golf Club Nelson Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Manukau Golf Club Hutt Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club Greenacres Golf Club New Plymouth Golf Club

Rotorua Golf Club Rotorua Golf Club Huapai Golf Club Huapai Golf Club

Commonwealth (Aust)

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

Matarangi Gailes (Aust) Wellington Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Muriwai Wainuiomata Gold Coast (Aust) Bayview (Aust) Malaysia Hartfield (Aust) Arrowtown NSW (Aust) Waitikiri Malaysia Titirangi

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

Boyn Tannum (Aust)

Metropolitan (Aust) Napier Manawatu Gulf Harbour Cottesloe (Aust) Waitikiri Pakuranga Country Christchurch Gailes (Aust) Russley

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Napier Golf Club Taupo Golf Club Taupo Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch Golf Club

Sandrine Mendiburu

Pat Hurst Michiko Hattori Mette Hageman Martina Koch Louise Briers Lisa Aldridge Karen Noble Delphine Bourson Claire Hourihane Annika Sorenstam Annette Jansen Aki Takamura Won Jae Sook Helen Kight Vicki Thomas Mardi Lunn Jennifer Wyatt Tracey Hanson Sheree Higgens Jan Oliver Jan Cooke Sue Hutchins Liz Douglas Karrin Duckworth Donna Faneco Debbie Smith Cherry Kingham Brenda Ormsby Asako Kita Annette Stott

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USA France Great Britain Sweden Germany Japan Korea Australia Great Britain Australia Canada Hutt Hamilton Lochiel Tauranga Geraldine Christchurch Huapai Australia Motueka Auckland Springfield Japan Muriwai

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Hamilton Golf Club Manawatu Golf Club Manawatu Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Russley Golf Club Wanganui Golf Club Wanganui Golf Club Wanganui Golf Club Manor Park Golf Club

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Representative Players 1933- 2005 2005

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

Nikki Campbell Julia Kraschinski Joanna Whalley Hee-Jeong Chun Cherie Byrnes Amanda Kingman Angela Hawkes Tina Howard Debbie McCallum Robyn Cruse Melissa Daw Gina Scott Dawn Dowling Renee Fowler Jo-Anne Atkin Joanna Croskery Catherine Knight Michelle Scerri Tanya Holl Pam Sowden Lynette Brooky Loraine Lambert Kerryn Starr Denise Booker Shelley Duncan Jane Shearwood Anne-Marie Knight Aileen Robertson Terrill Samuel Vicki Goetze

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S. Ahn, N. Krishna, P. Newbrook, S. Nicholson, J. Park, N-P Captain G. Eyre (Tasman Cup, Titirangi GC, Auckland, NZ) S. Ahn, N. Krishna, S. Nicholson, N-P Captain G. Eyre (Queen Sirikit Cup, Green Valley Country Club, Thailand) E. Chung, P. Newbrook, S. Nicholson, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Queen Sirikit, Wu Yi Fountain Palm GC, China) C. Dury, P. Newbrook, S. Nicholson, N-P Captain G. Eyre (Espirito Santo, Rio Mar Country Club, Puerto Rico) E. Chung, P. Newbrook, S. Nicholson, J. Park, S. Tate, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Commonwealth Tournament, Remuera GC, Auckland, NZ) E. Chung, T. Howard, P. Newbrook, N-P Captain A. Brabyn (Queen Sirikit, Woo Jung Hills Country GC, Korea) E. Chung, O. Hartley, T. Howard, P. Newbrook, S. Nicholson, N. Wallace; K. Welsh; N-P Captain A. Brabyn (Tasman Cup, Royal Adelaide GC, Adelaide) A. Boon, T. Howard, B. Ormsby, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Queen Sirikit, A’Famosa GC, Malaysia) W. Hawkes, T. Howard, B. Ormsby N-P Captain A Brabyn (Espirito Santo, Saujana Golf and Country Club, Malaysia) HJ Chun, A Boon, T Howard, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Queen Sirikit, Hong Kong GC, China) A Boon, HJ Chun, C Dury, W Hawkes, T Howard, B Ormsby, D Smith, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Tasman Cup, Victoria GC, Melbourne) HJ Chun, C Dury, W Hawkes, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Queen Sirikit Cup, Chinese Taipei) T Howard, B Ormsby, D Smith, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Espirito Santo, Berlin Germany) L Aldridge, R Fowler, T Howard, N-P Captain M Oliver. (Queen Sirikit, Paraparaumu Beach G.C. New Zealand) L Aldridge, W Hawkes, T Howard, C Knight, P Sowden, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Commonwealth Tournament, Marine Drive GC, Canada). L Aldridge, A Boon, H J Chun, R Cruse, C Dury, W Hawkes, C Knight, N-P Captain A Brabyn (Tasman Cup, Russley GC, Christchurch).

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R Fowler, T Howard (replaced injured C Knight), B Ormsby, N-P Captain E.A. Douglas (Queen Sirikit Cup, Bombay). R Fowler, J Kraschinski, B Ormsby, N-P Captain E.A. Douglas (Espirito Santo, Santiago, Chile). C. Knight, R. Fowler, B. Ormsby (Queen Sirikit, Manila), C. Kingham, N-P Captain. B. Ormsby, R. Fowler, C. Knight, G. Scott, J. Croskery, S. Duncan, T. Howard, N-P Captain, C. Kingham (Tasman Cup, Hobart). C. Knight, G. Scott, R. Fowler, (Queen Sirikit, Bangkok & Espirito Santo, Manila), C. Kingham, Non-Playing Captain. C. Knight, G. Scott, K. Starr, N-P Captain C. Kingham (Queen Sirikit, Japan), S. Duncan, C. Knight, G. Scott, K. Starr, P. Sowden, N-P Captain C. Kingham (Commonwealth, Sydney), J. Croskery, S. Duncan, R. Fowler, C. Knight, G. Scott, K, Starr, P. Sowden, N-P Captain C. Kingham (Tasman Cup, Christchurch), L. Brooky, S. Farron, G. Scott, N-P Captain C. Kingham (Queen Sirikit, Indonesia), L. Brooky, S. Farron, K. Starr, N-P Captain C. Kingham (Espirito Santo, France). L. Aldridge, L. Brooky, S. Farron, G. Scott, K, Starr, N-P Captain Mrs A. Hammond (Tasman Cup, Brisbane). L Aldridge, L Brooky, S Farron N-P Captain Mrs A Hammond (Queen Sirikit, Perth) L. Aldridge, S. Farron, A. Stott, N-P Captain Mrs A. Bojensen-Trepka (Queen Sirikit, China), L. Aldridge, L. Brooky, S. Farron. N-P Captain Mrs A. Bojensen-Trepka (Espirito Santo, Vancouver). L. Aldridge, J. Higgins, M. McGuire, N-P Captain Mrs A. Hammond (Queen Sirikit, Korea), L. Aldridge, J. Higgins, M McGuire, K. Starr, A. Stott, N-P Captain Miss S. Glendining, (Commonwealth, Northumberland, England). L. Aldridge, L. Brooky, S. Farron, K. Starr, A. Stott, N-P Captain Miss S. Glendining (Tasman Cup, Mt Maunganui). L. Aldridge, J. Higgins, A, Stott, N-P Captain Mrs P. Sargent, (Queen Sirikit, Hong Kong). L. Aldridge, J. Higgins, A. Stott, N-P Captain Mrs P. Sargent (Espirito Santo, Christchurch, New Zealand). T. Hanson, S. Higgens, J. Higgins, N-P Captain Mrs A. Bojesen-Trepka, (Queen Sirikit, Auckland). T. Hanson, E. Douglas, S. l J. Higgins, I. van Steenbergen, N-P Captain Mrs B. Cameron, Manager Mrs E. Fowler, (Tasman Cup, Perth). J. Cooke, T. Hanson, I. van Steenbergen, N-P Captain Miss S Glendining, (Queen Sirikit, Bangkok). J. Cooke, E. Douglas, I. van Steenbergen, N-P Captain Mrs A. Bojesen-Trepka, (Espirito Santo, Stockholm). T. Hanson, B. Ormsby, D. Smith, N-P Captain Mrs N. Hamilton, (Queen Sirikit, Manila, Philippines). J. Cooke, E. Douglas, T. Hanson, D. Smith, A. Stott, N-P Captain Miss B.Langley, (Tasman Cup, Wellington). J. Cooke, E. Douglas, T. Hanson, B. Ormsby, D. Smith, N-P Cpt Miss B Langley, Dep. Cpt Mrs E.S. Nichol, (Commonwealth, Christchurch). E. Douglas, K. Duckworth, M. McGuire, N-P Captain Mrs A. Bojensen-Trepka, (Queen Sirikit, New Delhi). K. Duckworth, M. McGuire, B. Ormsby, N-P Captain Mrs P. Sargent (Espirito Santo, Caracas, Venezuela). J. Arnold, J. Scandrett, D. Smith, N-P Captain Mrs A Bojesen-Trepka, (Queen Sirikit, Kuala Lumpur). J. Cooke, E. Douglas, K. Duckworth, J. Scandrett, D. Smith, N-P Captain Mrs H.A. Williams, Manager Mrs T. H. Dawson (Tasman Cup, Victoria Golf Club, Melbourne). J. Arnold (Captain), B. Ormsby, J Scandrett (Queen Sirikit, Kooralbyn Valley, Queensland). J. Arnold, B. Ormsby, D. Smith, N-P Captain Mrs E.S. Nichol, (Espirito Santo, Hong Kong). J. Arnold, E. Douglas, D. Randell, B. Rhodes, J. Scandrett, N-P Captain Mrs N Hamilton, (Commonwealth, Edmonton, Canada and Tasman Cup, Russley). J. Arnold, E. Douglas, B. Rhodes, N-P Captain Mrs A.C. Fraser. (Espirito Santo. Geneva, Switzerland). J. Arnold, E. Douglas, C, Kingham, B. Rhodes, J, Scandrett, N-P Captain C. Alexander, (Tasman Cup, Southport). E. Douglas, B. Rhodes, J, Scandrett, N-P Captain Mrs H.A. Williams, (Espirito Santo, Pinehurst USA). J. Arnold, E. Douglas, C. Kingham, B. Rhodes, H. Ryan. N-P Captain Mrs A.J. Lahmert. (Commonwealth, Perth). Miss B. Ormsby, Mrs E.A. Douglas, Miss J. Arnold, Mrs C. Kingham. Miss H. Ryan, N-P Captain Miss B. Langley, (Tasman Cup, Rotorua. New Zealand). Mrs C. Kingham, Mrs E.A. Douglas, Miss H. Ryan, N-P Captain Mrs T.D, Munro, (Espirito Santo Trophy, Pacific Harbour Fiji). Miss B. Ormsby, Mrs C. Kingham, Miss K. Maxwell, Mrs E.A. Douglas, Miss H. Ryan, N-P Captain Miss B. Langley. (Tasman Cup, Perth, Australia). Mrs G. Bannan, Mrs S. Bishop, Mrs E.A. Douglas, Miss S. Boag, Miss F. Pere, N-P Captain Mrs G. Crossman, (Tasman Cup, Auckland, New Zealand). Mrs G. Bannan, Miss S. Boag, Mrs S. Bishop, Mrs E.A. Douglas, Miss F. Pere, N-P Captain Miss B. Langley. (Commonwealth Tournament. Ganton, England). Mrs G. Bannan, Mrs S. Bishop, Miss S. Boag. Miss F. Pere, Miss S.A. Ritchie, N-P Captain Mrs A.J. Lahmert, (Tasman Cup. Adelaide, Australia). Miss F. Pere, Miss S. Boag. Mrs S. Bishop, N-P Captain Mrs H. Mullaney, (Espirito Santo Trophy, La Romano, Dominican Republic). Miss F. Pere. Miss S. Boag, Miss S. Hamilton. Miss S.A. Ritchie, Captain Mrs G. Bannan. (International Round Robin Match Play Event, Sydney, Australia), Miss S. Hamilton, Miss M. Smith, Mrs G. Bannan. N-P Captain Mrs H.W. Mullaney (Espirito Santo Trophy, Buenos Aires). Mrs G. Bannan, Miss M. Smith Miss S. Hamilton Miss P. Dudding Miss C. Sullivan, N-P Captain Mrs E.S. Nichol. (Tasman Cup, Christchurch, New Zealand). Miss H. Booth, Mrs J. Whitehead, Miss G. Taylor, Mrs R.S. Blake. Miss M Smith, N-P Captain Miss M. Rishworth, (Commonwealth Tournament, Hamilton. New Zealand). Miss H. Booth, Miss C. Sullivan, Miss G. Taylor, Manager Mrs J.E.S. Greenall (Espirito Santo Trophy, Madrid). Miss H. Booth, Miss J. Hanratty. Miss C. Sullivan, Miss G. Taylor, Miss U. Wlckham, N-P Manager/Captain Lady Meech (Tasman Cup. Sydney, Australia). Mrs J. Whitehead, Mrs G. Taylor, Miss U. Wickham, Miss C. Sullivan. Miss N.B. White, Captain Mrs H.C. MacDiarmid, (Tasman Cup, Wellington, New Zealand). Miss G. Taylor, Miss N.B, White, Captain Mrs J. Whitehead, (Espirito Santo Trophy, Melbourne, Australia). Miss N.B. White, Miss H. Booth. Miss W. Bryant, Miss G. Taylor, Mrs J. Little, N-P Captain Mrs H.C, MacDiarmid, (Commonwealth Tournament, Ontario Canada).

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Miss H. Booth, Mrs l. H. Bull, Mrs J. Litttle, Miss G. Taylor, Miss N.B. White, N-P Captain Mrs J.E.S. Greenall, (Tasman Cup, Melbourne, Australia). Miss P. Bull. Mrs J. Little, Miss N. White, N-P Captain Mrs E. Burrows, (Espirito Santo Trophy, Mexico City), Miss G. Bawden, Miss J. Butler, Miss S. Grigg, Mrs J. Mangan, Miss P. Harrison, Miss S. Turvey, N-P Captain Mrs H.C. MacDiarmid, (Tasman Cup, Manawatu, Palmerston North). Miss Jane Butler, Miss Pat Harrison, Captain Mrs J. Mangan, (Espirito Santo Trophy, Paris, France). Miss S. Grigg, Miss P. Harrison, Mrs J Mangan, Miss U. Wickham, Miss N, White, N-P Captain Miss A. Mark, (Commonwealth Tournament, Melbourne, Australia). Miss U. Wickham, Mrs J.Mangan, Miss S. Grigg, Miss P. Bull, Miss P. Harrison, Miss N. White, N-P Captain Mrs V.S. Land, (Tasman Cup, Adelaide), Miss N, Campbell, Miss U. Wickham, Miss S. Grigg, Miss M. Stubbs, Mrs H.C. MacDiarmid, Miss S. Chapman, N-P Captain Miss E. M. B. Nutt, (Tasman Cup, Christchurch, New Zealand). Miss N. Campbell, Mrs V.S. Land, Mrs J. Mangan, Miss A. Nash, Miss S. Grigg, N-P Captain Mrs D. M, Wilson, (Commonwealth Tournament, St Andrew's, Scotland). Miss S. Grigg, Miss U. Wickham, Miss N. Campbell, Miss P, Bull, Mrs B.J. Middleton, N-P Captain Mrs V.S. Land, (Tasman Cup, Melbourne, Australia). Miss U. Wickham, Miss C. Collier, Mrs D. Steel, Mrs L. Juno, Miss A. Nash, N-P Captain Mrs D. M. MacRae, (Tasman Cup, New Plymouth, New Zealand), Mrs L. Juno, Miss C. Collier, Miss U. Wickham, Mrs D. Steel, Miss S. Grigg, Captain Miss A. Nash, Great Britain vs. New Zealand; Mrs R. August, Mrs K. Adsett, Mrs D. Wilkie, Mrs R. Sage, Mrs D.G. Lawrence, Captain N-P Mrs P. Kaua, Great Britain vs. New Zealand Maoris, (Poverty Bay, New Zealand). Miss D. Blundell, Mrs M. Purdon, Miss A. Nash, Mrs H.C. MacDiarmid, Miss C. Collier, N-P Captain Mrs R.F. Hutchinson, (Tasman Cup, Queensland, Australia). Miss M. Hughes, Miss Z. Hudson, Miss D. Blundell, Miss A. Nash, Mrs J. Dolan, N-P Captain Mrs R.S. Fullerton-Smith, (Tasman Cup, Wanganui, New Zealand). Mrs S.G. McCoy, Miss M Hughes, Miss Z. Hudson, Miss D. Blundell, Mrs J. Dolan, N-P Captain Miss E.M.B. Nutt, (Tasman Cup, Melbourne, Australia). Miss Z, Hudson, Mrs H.A. Murray, Miss R.C. Hodges, Miss M. Hughes, Captain Mrs R.S. Fullerton-Smith (Tasman Cup, Auckland, New Zealand). Miss Z. Hudson, Miss R.C. Hodges, Mrs J. Ball, Miss M. Hughes, Mrs H.A. Murray, Captain Mrs O. Hollis, (Tasman Cup, Brisbane, Australia). Mrs J, Ball, Mrs H.A. Murray, Miss R. Hodges, Miss M. Hughes, Mrs P Glanville, Miss Z. Hudson, Captain Mrs O. Hollis, (Tasman Cup, Invercargill, New Zealand). Mrs R.S. Fullerton-Smith, Miss P. Helean, Miss V. Fleming, Miss J. Horwell, Mrs D. Crombie, Captain/Manager Mrs G. Williams (Tasman Cup, Sydney, Australia). Miss J. Betts, Mrs R.S. Fullerton-Smith, Miss P, Helean, Miss J. Horwell, Mrs O. Hollis, Captain/Manager Mrs G. Williams (Tasman Cup, Napier). Miss V. Fleming, Mrs R.S. Fullerton-Smith, Miss P. Helean, Miss J. Horwell, Miss O. Kay, Captain/Manager Mrs M.A. Godby (Tasman Cup, Adelaide). Miss W. Barns Graham, Mrs H. Dodgshun, Miss B. Gaisford, Miss O. Kay (Captain), Miss V. Stevens (Tasman Cup, Titirangi). Mrs H. Dodgshun, Miss B. Gaisford, Miss O. Kay, Mrs J.C. Templer, Captain/Manager Mrs Guy Williams (Tasman Cup, Melbourne).

Marilynn Smith (USA) Golfer of the Year The Marilynn Smith Golfer of the Year award is presented to the player who has the most points at the end of a calendar year. Points are awarded throughout the year for performances and results at specific tournaments. The New Zealand selectors are responsible for maintaining a database record and determining the winner of this award. 2005 2003 2001 1999 1997 1995 1994 1992 1990 1988 1986 1984 1982 1980 1978 1976 1974 1972 1970 1968 1966

Sharon Ahn Enu Chung Anita Boon Catherine Knight Renee Fowler Catherine Knight Pam Sowden Lynette Brooky Lisa Aldridge T. Hanson Elizabeth Douglas J. Arnold Brenda Rhodes Brenda Rhodes E.A. Douglas E.A. Douglas Jean Whitehead M. Smith M. Laugesen N.B. White N.B. White

2004 2002 2000 1998 1996 1995 1993 1991 1989 1987 1985 1983 1981 1979 1977 1975 1973 1971 1969 1967 1965

Sarah Nicholson Tina Howard Hoon Juan Chun Renee Fowler J. Croskery Gina Scott Lynette Brooky A. Stott J. Higgins Elizabeth Douglas D. Smith D. Randell Elizabeth Douglas J. Arnold A. Eather S. Bishop Gillian Bannan M. Smith H. Booth N.B. White N.B. White

Oliver Hollis Memorial Trophy The Oliver Hollis Memorial Trophy is awarded to an Under 19 player who has the most points at the end of a calendar year. Points are awarded throughout the year for performances and results at specific tournaments. The New Zealand selectors are responsible for maintaining a database record and determining the winner of this award. 2005 2003

Sharon Ahn Enu Chung

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Jackie Shin Enu Chung

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Penny Newbrook Claire Dury Tina Howard

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Claire Dury Tina Howard Tina Howard

2005 Lion Foundation New Zealand Women’s Amateur Stroke Play th th

Titirangi Golf Club, 11 – 13 March 2005

The New Zealand Stroke Play Champion is awarded the Mellsop Cup - Sharon Ahn, Takapuna Golf Club, NZ Runner-Up: Nicki Garrett, Tuggerah Lakes Golf Club, Aust Donnelly Cup – Sarah Nicholson, Hutt Golf Club, NZ (lowest individual gross score in any of the four rounds of the New Zealand Championship – New Zealand & Fijian players only) Jessie Reid Rosebowl – Kristin Farrell, Titirangi Golf Club, NZ (lowest aggregate nett score in the four rounds of the New Zealand Championship) Coronation Medal – Larissa Eruera, Aviation Golf Club, NZ & Younsun Kim, Pakuranga Country Golf Club, NZ (lowest nett score in the first round of the New Zealand Championship – New Zealand players only) LGU Challenge Bowl – Kristin Farrell, Titirangi Golf Club, NZ (lowest nett score in the second round of the New Zealand Championship – New Zealand & Fijian players only) Rattray Cup – Sarah Nicholson, Hutt Golf Club, NZ (lowest nett score in the third round of the New Zealand Championship – New Zealand & Fijian players only) Jean Whitehead Salver – Sharon Ahn, Takapuna Golf Club, NZ (junior girl with the lowest gross score in any round of the New Zealand Championship) Guy Williams Memorial Salver – Sharon Ahn, Takapuna Golf Club, NZ (lowest aggregate gross score over four rounds for a player under 19 years of age in the New Zealand Championship) Heather Williams Trophy – Anita Lawson, Maungakiekie Golf Club NZ (lowest aggregate gross score over four rounds for a player over 40 years of age in the New Zealand Championship) Susan Grigg Rosebowl – Sharon Ahn, Takapuna Golf Club, NZ (player with the lowest aggregate gross score in the Fullerton - Smith Regional Shield) Fullerton - Smith Regional Shield – Central team: Sally Choi, Tammy Clelland, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson, Jackie Shin (regional teams of 5 players, the aggregate of the four lowest gross scores of each round) Innes Cup – Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley team: Zoe - Beth Brake, Tammy Clelland, Penny Newbrook, Jackie Shin (district teams of four, lowest aggregate gross score in the third round) Previous winners New Zealand Amateur Stroke Play Championship Year Winner Club Venue 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Ms P. Newbrook Ms M. Holmes Smith Ms B. Ormsby N. Taylor Ms B. Ormbsy Lu Hsiao-Chuan Ms B. Ormsby Miss R. Fowler Ms B. Ormsby Miss C. Knight Miss C. Knight Miss P. Sowden Miss L. Brooky Miss A. Stott Miss T. Samuel Miss Won Jae Sook Miss T. Hanson Mrs V. Thomas Ms B. Ormsby Miss E. Kennedy Miss J Arnold

Springfield Australia Rotorua Australia Rotorua Chinese - Taipei Rotorua Springfield Rotorua Methven Methven Pupuke Manor Park Muriwai Canada Korea Hutt Great Britain Springfield Australia Hamilton

Ashburton Shandon Manukau Greenacres Rotorua Paraparaumu Christchurch Hamilton Manawatu Russley Wanganui New Plymouth Otago Tauranga Paraparaumu Napier Titirangi Manawatu Springfield Hamilton Paraparaumu

1983 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

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Miss C. Dibnah Miss J. Arnold Mrs B. Rhodes Miss J. Arnold Mrs B. Rhodes Miss J. Crafter Mrs K. Henry Miss A. Eather Mrs E.A.. Douglas Mrs E.A. Douglas Miss G. Flynn Mrs J. Whitehead Mrs J. Whitehead Mrs G. Bannan Miss M. Smith Miss J. Bourassa Mrs J. Whitehead Miss G. Taylor Miss U.K. Wickham Miss C. Sullivan Mrs J. Whitehead Mrs V. Cullen Miss J. Butler Mrs J. Mangan Mrs A.D. Spearman Mrs O. Johnson Mrs J. Mangan Miss M. Masters Miss N. Campbell Miss N. Campbell Miss N. Campbell Miss M. Masters Miss J. Robertson Miss D. Blundell Miss M. Hughes Miss M. Hughes Miss P. Borthwick Miss Z. Hudson Mrs J. Ball Mrs J. Murray Miss J. Horwell Mrs G. Hollis No contest due to war Mrs R. Fullerton - Smith Mrs R. Fullerton - Smith Miss V. Fleming Miss J. Andersen Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Miss O. Kay Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams Mrs M. Payton Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams Mrs N.E. Wright Mrs N.E. Wright Mrs N.E. Wright Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams

Australia Hamilton Te Puke Hamilton Te Puke Australia Australia Huapai Invercargill Invercargill Australia Manwatu Manawatu Titirangi Shandon WE Canada Manawatu New Plymouth Tauranga Avondale Manawatu Invercargill North Shore Manawatu Great Britain Tauranga Manawatu Australia Nelson Nelson Takaka Australia Great Britain Mt Maunganui Titirangi Titirangi Australia Christchurch Wanganui Miramar Timaru Titirangi

Harewood Harewood Auckland Whakatane Wanganui St Clair Springfield Springfield New Plymouth Russ;ey Napier Paraparaumu Nelson Nelson Manawatu Akarana Invercargill New Plymouth Hastings Christchurch Christchurch Whangarei Wanganui Otago Titirangi Napier Nelson Paraparaumu Gisborne Invercargill Hamilton New Plymouth Christchurch Miramar Wanganui Otago

Marton Marton Christchurch Scotland Otago Otago Otago Otago Otago Otago Otago Otago Otago Wairarapa Wairarapa Auckland Wairarapa Wairarapa Timaru Timaru Timaru Wairarapa Wairarapa Wairarapa

Previous winners Fullerton - Smith Regional Shield Year Winner Venue 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Central Region Southern Region Southern Region Northern Region Southern Region North Island North Island North Island North Island North Island North Island North Island North Island

Ashburton Shandon Manukau Greenacres Rotorua Paraparaumu Christchurch Hamilton Manawatu Russley Wanganui New Plymouth Otago Tauranga Paraparaumu Beach Napier Titirangi Manawatu Nelson Hamilton Paraparaumu Beach

1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

North Island South Island North Island North Island North Island North Island North Island

Harewood Auckland Christchurch Miramar Nelson Manawatu Wellington

Previous winners Susan Grigg Rosebowl Year Winner Club 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Ms P.Newbrook Ms T. Howard Mrs B. Ormsby Ms A. Boon Mrs B. Ormsby Ms R . Fowler & Ms A Boon Mrs B. Ormsby Miss R. Fowler Miss J Croskery Miss C Knight Miss S Farron Miss L Brooky Miss L Brooky Miss A Stott Miss L Aldridge Miss J Higgins Miss T Hanson Miss B Ormsby Miss B Ormsby Miss A Hasey Miss J Arnold Miss J Arnold Miss B Rhodes Mrs E Douglas & Miss K Maxwell Mrs B Rhodes Miss H Ryan Mrs E Douglas Miss B Ormsby

Springfield Taupo Rotorua Muriwai Rotorua Springfield & Muriwai Rotorua Springfield Auckland Methven Manor Park Manor Park Muriwai Paraparaumu Beach Hamilton Hutt Rotorua Rotorua Hamiton Hamilton Te Puke Christchurch & The Grange Te Puke Christchurch Rotorua

2005 Lion Foundation New Zealand Women’s Amateur Championship th th

Christchurch Golf Club, 5 – 9 December 2005

The New Zealand Amateur Champion is awarded the Stead Cup Amy Yang, The Glades Golf Club, Aust Macrae Salver - Misun Cho, Huntingdale Golf Club, Aust (awarded to the runner-up of the match play 36 hole final) New Zealand Plate – Emma Bennett, Kingston Heath Golf Club, Aust (competed for by the winners in the elimination matches played by losers of the first round of the championship, and losers of the second round of the championship) Waddell Rosebowl – Phillis Meti, Redwood Park Golf Club, NZ (winner of the second 32 qualifiers) Arthur Duncan Cup – Misun Cho, Huntingdale Golf Club, Aust (36 hole gross winner in the two championship qualifying rounds) Land Challenge Trophy – Misun Cho, Huntingdale Golf Club, Aust (lowest aggregate gross score in qualifying rounds for players under 21 years of age) H.R. Buchanan Challenge Trophy Junior – Ji Soo Oh, Westown Golf Club, NZ (lowest aggregate nett score in the 2 qualifying rounds for players under 21 years of age) Previous winners New Zealand Amateur Championship Year Winner Club Venue 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Miss S. Nicholson Miss S. McKevitt Miss M. Holmes Smith Miss W. Hawkes Miss C. Butler Miss W. Hawkes Miss A. Parsons Mrs J. Oliver Ms B. Ormsby Miss G. Scott Miss J. Aitken Miss L. Brooky Miss L. Lambert Miss L. Lambert

Hutt England Australia Arrowtown Australia Arrowtown Australia Waiterimu Rotorua Kawhia Australia Manor Park Australia Australia

Wanganui Mt Maunganui Nelson New Plymouth Huapai Russley Napier Hutt Auckland Russley Wanganui New Plymouth Otago Tauranga

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Miss L. Brooky Won Jae Sook Mrs E. Cavill Miss J. Wyatt Miss A. Kita Miss E. Kennedy Mrs D. Smith Miss C. Dibnah Miss J. Arnold Mrs B. Rhodes Mrs B. Rhodes Miss S. Tonkin Miss J. Crafter Miss K. Maxwell Mrs W.R. Douglas Miss R. Low Mrs C. Sullivan Mrs J. Whitehead Mrs H. Gosse Mrs I. Roberts Mrs V. Cullen Miss U.K. Wickham Mrs J. Perkins Mrs J. Whitehead Miss N.B. White Miss G. Taylor Miss M. Hickey Miss J.A. Greenhalgh Miss P. Harrison Miss N. Campbell Miss N. Campbell Miss U. Wickham Miss N. Campbell Miss S. Grigg Miss M. Masters Miss V. Anstey Miss A. Nash Miss M. Bishop Miss M. Hughes Miss M. Bishop Miss Z. Hudson Miss Z. Hudson Mrs Jackson-Ball Miss E. Wilkinson Miss J. Horwell No contest due to war Miss S. Collins Mrs G.W. Hollis Miss E. White-Parsons Miss J. Anderson Miss B. Gaisford Miss O. Kay Mrs J.C. Templer Miss B. Gaisford Miss O. Kay Mrs H. Dodgshun Miss D. Chrystall Mrs H. Collinson Mrs E.G. Kerr Mrs H. Dodgshun Mrs J.W. Peake Miss E. Vigor-Brown Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams Miss N.E. Wright Miss N.E. Wright No contest due to war Mrs G. Williams Mrs G. Williams Miss Collins Miss L. Brandon Miss Collins Mrs Bevan Miss Christie Mrs G. Williams Mrs W.E. Bidwill Miss A. Stephenson Miss E. Lewis Mrs A.E. Pearce Mrs W.E. Bidwell Miss. E.S. Gilles Miss K. Rattray Miss K. Rattray Miss K. Rattray Miss L. Wilford Miss L. Wilford Mrs Malland Mrs C. Wilder Mrs Lomax Smith

The Grange Korea Australia Canada Japan Australia Motueka Australia Hamilton Te Puke Te Puke Australia Australia The Grange Invercargill Queen's Park Coringa Manawatu Australia Great Britain Russley Tauranga Australia Manawatu Titirangi New Plymouth Australia England Otago Nelson Nelson Tauranga Takaka Christchurch Australia Great Britain Manawatu Australia Titirangi Australia Christchurch Christchurch Wanganui Grange Timaru

Paraparumu Beach Napier Titirangi Manawatu Nelson Hamilton Paraparaumu Harewood Auckland Whakatane Wanganui St. Clair Springfield New Plymouh Russley Napier Parparaumu Nelson Manawatu Auckland Invercargill New Plymouth Hastings Christchurch Whangarei New Plymouth Dunedin Titirangi Napier Nelson Paraparaumu Poverty Bay Invercargill Hamilton New Plymouth Christchurch Miramar Wanganui Dunedin Auckland Hastings Invercargill Manawatu Hamilton Christchurch

Wellington Hawera Christchurch Scotland Marton Otago Waimate Marton Otago Otago Christchurch Manawatu Timaru Otago Cambridge Napier Waiarapa Waiarapa Timaru Timaru

New Plymouth Napier Dunedin Wellington Titirangi Wanganui Timaru Rotorua Rotorua Christchurch Auckland Manawatu Dunedin Miramar Hamilton Nelson Wanganui Wellington Christchurch Auckland

Waiarapa Waiarapa Wellington Wellington Wellington Otaki North Otago Waiarapa Waiarapa New Plymouth Auckland Wellington Waiarapa Auckland Otago Otago Otago Hutt Hutt Otago Christchurch Christchurch

Dunedin Napier Nelson Wellington Christchurch Manawatu Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Napier Christchurch Miramar Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Hutt Dunedin Christchurch Miramar Dunedin Christchurch Dunedin

Previous winners MacRae Salver Year Winner Club

Venue

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946

Otago Australia Taupo South Head Australia Malaysia Christchurch Taumaranui Maramarua Australia Palmerston North Australia Manawatu Australia Canada Australia Hutt Russley Muriwai Lochiel Hamilton Australia Manukau Opotiki Greenacres Hamilton Invercargill Putaruru Coringa Invercargill Russley Titirangi Russley Australia Manawatu Coringa Australia Titirangi St Clair Poverty Bay Australia Great Britain Auckland Russley Australia Manawatu Manawatu Tauranga Australia Great Britain Hamilton Australia Manukau Auckland Titirangi Australia Christchurch Christchurch Hawera

Wanganui Mt Maunganui Nelson New Plymouth Huapai Russley Napier Hutt Auckland Russley Wanganui New Plymouth Otago Tauranga Paraparaumu Napier Titirangi Manawatu Nelson Hamilton Paraparaumu Harewood Auckland Whakatane Wanganui St. Clair Springfield New Plymouth Russley Napier Paraparaumu Nelson Manawatu Auckland Invercargill New Plymouth Hastings Christchurch Whangarei New Plymouth Dunedin Titirangi Napier Nelson Paraparaumu Poverty Bay Invercargill Hamilton New Plymouth Christchurch Miramar Wanganui Dunedin Auckland Hastings Invercargill Manawatu Hamilton Christchurch

Timaru Australia Timaru

New Plymouth Napier Dunedin Wellington Titirangi Wanganui Timaru Rotorua Wellington Christchurch Auckland Manawatu Dunedin Miramar Hamilton Nelson Wanganui Wellington Christchurch Auckland

1939 - 1945

1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1915 - 1918

1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907

Miss J. Park Miss N. Garrett Miss T. Howard Miss A. Boon Miss N. Taylor Miss A. Lim Miss A. Cho Mrs S. Carey Miss L. Aldridge Miss C. Hajjar Miss L. Aldridge Miss L. Lambert Miss. S. Farron Miss R. Hetherington Miss T. Samuel Miss W. Doolan Miss T. Hanson Mrs. A. Bond Miss A. Stott Mrs. J. Green Miss J. Arnold Miss L. Wilson Miss K. Young Miss K. Johnson Miss D. Randell Miss J. Arnold Mrs. E.A. Douglas Miss H. Ryan Miss C. Sullivan Mrs. E.A. Douglas Mrs. S. Bishop Mrs. G. Bannan Miss S. Hamilton Miss C. Blair Mrs. J. Whitehead Miss C. Sullivan Miss H. Kerr Miss N. White Miss W. Dillon Miss H. Booth Mrs. B. Turner Mrs. M. Spearman Miss A. Laing Mrs. N. Cullen Miss B. Cheney Mrs. W.J. Mangan Mrs. W.J. Mangan Miss U. Wickham Miss B. Cheney Miss G. Atkinson Mrs. P. Glanville Miss J. Percy Miss C. Smith Miss R. Hodges Miss M. Hughes Miss. Percy Miss H. Buchanan Miss Z. Hudson Mrs. G. Hollis No contest due to war Miss J. Horwell Miss S. Tolhurst Mrs. W.A. Scott Mrs. Walker Miss O. Kay Miss B. Gaisford Miss B. Rutherford Miss O. Kay Miss B. Gaisford Miss O. Kay Mrs. G. Williams Miss Culling Mrs. H. Dodgshun Mrs. J. Cook Miss S. Payton Miss Watson Miss E. Bell Miss S. Payton Mrs. Orbell Miss Gambrill No contest due to war Miss E. Bell Miss J. Robinson Miss Pearce Miss Gould Miss Wray Miss L. Brandon Miss Revell Miss E. Pierce

Great Britain and Ireland

Otago Marton Otago Marton Otago Masterton Auckland Otago Otago Auckland Manawatu Wellington Auckland North Otago Miramar Wellington Masterton Wellington Otago Manawatu Wellington Timaru

Dunedin Napier Nelson Wellington Christchurch Manawatu Dunedin Auckland

2005 Lion Foundation New Zealand Women’s Amateur Championship Foursomesth th

Christchurch Golf Club, 5 – 9 December 2005

The New Zealand Amateur Champion Foursomes winners will receive the Hawkes Bay Cup – Amy Yang, The Glades Golf Club, Aust and Haeji Kang, Surfers Paradise Golf Club, Aust Runners-up: Eunice Jin, Christchurch Golf Club, NZ & Sally Choi, New Plymouth Golf Club, NZ Previous winners New Zealand Championship Foursomes: 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1939 1945

1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929

Sally Choi and Mi Kyung Kim Rochelle Miles and Anna Parsons Sarah Nicholson and Kyla Welsh Carlie Butler and Nikki Campbell Not held Cherie Byrnes and Nadina Taylor Sandy Grimshaw and Nikki Campbell Catherine Knight and Brenda Ormsby Joanna Croskery and Lisa Aldridge Gina Scott and Sandra Carey Lisa Aldridge and Joanna Croskery Kerryn Starr and Annette Stott Kerryn Starr and Annette Stott Susan Farron and Lynnette Brooky Lisa Aldridge and Jan Oliver Won Jae Sook and Yoem Seong Mi E. Cavill and K. Pearce V. Thomas and J. Thornhill A. Kita and T. Izumoto E. Kennedy and L. Briers J. Arnold and B. Ormsby C. Dibnah and E. Kennedy J. Arnold and B.K. Rhodes J. Arnold and B.K. Rhodes B.K. Rhodes and D. Blake J. Cook and J. Crafter H. Bleeck and P. Edmunds E.A. Douglas and R. Low E.A. Douglas and R. Low V. Gmeiner and G. Flynn S. Bishop and F. Pere G. Bannan and S. Boag M. Smith and S. Hamilton M. Palmer and J. Bourassa G. Taylor and S. Hamilton G. Taylor and S. Hamilton J. Howe and A. Kenny J. Hanratty and M. Ensor J. Little and H. Booth N. White and S. Grigg J. Butler and G. Bawden J.A. Greenhalgh and S.M. Vaughan S. Grigg and P. Harrison T. Lawrence and J. Butler N. Campbell and P. Bull P.R. Glanville and H. MacDiarmid N. Campbell and S. Grigg N. Campbell and S. Grigg M. Masters and J. Fletcher K.D. Watt and W.J. Mangan D. Blundell and C.F. O’Connor M. Hughes and Z. Hudson M. Hughes and S.S. Wilson M. Bishop and P. Borthwick H.A. Murray and D.A. Crombie J. Percy and J. Fletcher G.W. Hollis and H. Buchanan G.W. Hollis and H. Buchanan Z. Hudson and C. Smith No contest due to war J. Duncan and P. Bell B. Kernot and E.M. Hutton V. Fleming and J. Horwell W. Greenlees and P. Wade R.S. Deighton and L. Bailey G. Williams and W. Barns-Graham B. Gainsford and O. Kay B. Gainsford and D. Chrystall G. Williams and S. Watson O. Kay and M. Payton

2005 Lion Foundation New Zealand Women’s Under 21 Championships th th

Waikato Salver – Taranaki team: Sally Choi, Gemma Mathieson, Melanie Wilson (district teams of three which have the lowest aggregate nett score)

Whakatane Golf Club, 18 – 20 April 2005

The New Zealand Under 21 Champion is awarded the British Junior Salver – Natasha Krishna, Auckland Golf Club, NZ Match Play Results: British Junior Salver – Natasha Krishna, Auckland Golf Club, NZ (first sixteen qualifiers, played off the stick) Khandallah Trophy – Zoe - Beth Brake, Whakatane Golf Club, NZ (second sixteen qualifiers, played off the stick) Lynnette Brooky Trophy – Emily Perry, Lochiel Golf Club, NZ (third sixteen qualifiers, played on handicap) Whangarei Trophy – Hayley Beaumont, Coringa Country Golf Club, NZ (fourth sixteen qualifiers, played on handicap) Previous winners: Match Play Year Winner Club 2004 Miss Mi Ri Joo Northland 2003 Miss Kyla Welsh Taieri 2002 Miss Sarah Kemp Australia 2001 Miss Penny Newbrook Springfield 2000 Miss Kyla Welsh Timaru 1999 Miss Carlie Butler Australia 1998 Miss Rebecca Barrow Taupo 1997 Miss Tina Howard Taupo 1996 Miss Tina Howard Taupo New Zealand Junior Championship (Match Play) 1995 Miss Renee Fowler Springfield 1994 Miss Renee Fowler Springfield 1993 Miss T. Holl Australia Paraparaumu Beach 1992 Miss Lisa Aldridge 1991 Miss D. Linnertson Australia 1990 Miss A.M. Knight Australia 1989 Miss N. Hall Australia Junior National Tournament 1988 Miss T. Jeffrey Australia 1987 Miss T. Hanson Hutt 1986 Miss E. Maxwell Australia 1985 Miss D. Harper Queensland 1984 Miss K. Lunn Australia 1983 Miss J. Arnold Hamilton 1982 Miss D. Randell Greenacres 1981 Miss K. Young Manukau 1980 Miss D. Randell Greenacres 1979 Miss B. Rhodes Te Puke 1978 Miss H. Ryan Putaruru 1977 Miss H. Ryan Putaruru 1976 Miss R. Low Queen's Park 1975 Miss K. Maxwell The Grange 1974 Miss S. Armstrong Otago 1973 Miss R. White Geraldine 1972 Miss M. Smith Shandon WE 1971 Miss P. Dudding Springfield 1970 Miss M. Smith Shandon WE 1969 Miss S. Beadle Wanganui 1968 Miss M. Smith Shandon WE Manor Park WE 1967 Miss H. Ballantyne 1966 Miss M. Ensor Christchurch 1965 Miss S. Turvey Rotorua 1964 Miss J. Butler North Shore 1963 Miss J. Butler Rotorua 1962 Miss J. Butler Rotorua 1961 Miss M. Stubbs Napier 1960 Miss S. Chapman Titirangi

Venue Tauranga Coringa Hutt Pakuranga Ashburton Palmerston North Pakuranga Cambridge Waimari Beach Whangarei Manor Park Manukau Nelson Westown Poverty Bay Russley Wanganui Hutt The Grange Taupo Manawatu Te Awamutu Hamilton Manawatu Poverty Bay Mt Maunganui Whitford Park Gisborne Park Ashburton Castlecliff Otago Pukekohe Nelson Carterton Russley Levin Dannevirke New Plymouth Timaru Waipukurau Masterton Waitikiri Hutt Lochiel Feilding

Stroke Play Results: NZLGU Championship Cup – Sally Choi, New Plymouth Golf Club, NZ (36 hole stroke play championship held in conjunction with the qualifying rounds for the match play competition) Golf Foundation Cup – Cathryn Bristow, New Plymouth Golf Club, NZ (lowest 18 hole gross score in the stroke play championship) Vesta Cup – Sally Choi, New Plymouth GC, NZ & Nicole Keegan, Palmerston North Golf Club, NZ (lowest 36 hole nett score in the stroke play championship)

Previous winners: Stroke Play Year Winner Club

Venue

2004 Enu Chung Auckland 2003 Penny Newbrook Springfield 2002 Sarah Kemp Australia 2001 Sarah Nicholson Wainuiomata 2000 Penny Newbrook Springfield 1999 Rebecca Coakley Australia 1998 Olivia Hartley Opunake 1997 Tina Howard Taupo 1996 Elizabeth Aitken The Grange New Zealand Junior Stroke Play Championship 1995 Pam Sowden Pupuke 1994 Pam Sowden Pupuke 1993 Tanya Holl Australia Paraparaumu Beach GC 1992 Lisa Aldridge 1991 Dayle Linnerston Australia 1990 Edwina Durnford Australia 1989 Nadene Hall Australia

Tauranga GC Coringa GC Hutt GC Pakuranga GC Ashburton GC Palmerston North GC

Taupo GC Cambridge GC Waimairi Beach GC Sherwood Park GC

Manor Park GC Manukau GC Nelson GC Weston GC Poverty Bay GC Russley GC

2005 Lion Foundation New Zealand Women’s Interprovincial Tournament th th

Ngaruawahia Golf Club, 4 – 8 October 2005

Winners: North Harbour team: Sharon Ahn, Jenna Hirst, Mi Kyung Kim, Phillis Meti, Catherine Mitchell 2005 Team Placings 1. North Harbour 2. Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley 3. Auckland 4. Waikato 5. Canterbury 6. Taranaki 7. Northland

8. Hawkes Bay / Poverty Bay 9. Manawatu / Wanganui 10. Southland 11. Tasman 12. South Canterbury 13. Wellington 14. Otago

Lion Foundation Trophy Year Winner

Venue

2004 2003 2002 2001

Manawatu GC SBS Invercargill GC Westown GC North Shore GC

Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley North Harbour North Harbour Waikato / King Country

Honda Cup 2000 1999 1998 1997

Waikato / King Country Auckland Auckland Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley

St Clair GC Mt Maunganui GC Kerikeri GC Methven GC

ANZ Trophy 1996 1995 1994 1993

Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley North Harbour Auckland Auckland

Wellington GC Titirangi GC Nelson GC Flaxmere GC

Bank of New Zealand Trophy 1992 1991

Wellington Bay of Plenty/Thames Valley

Christchurch GC Hamilton GC

Stylemaster Trophy 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Auckland

Wellington Canterbury Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Auckland Auckland

Palmerston North GC Invercargill GC New Plymouth GC Otago GC Taupo GC Whangarei GC Timaru GC

Russell Grace Cup (Presented by Mrs DG Young) 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Auckland Auckland Auckland Auckland Auckland Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Canterbury Waikato / King Country Auckland Canterbury Hawke's Bay / Poverty Bay Auckland

Wellington GC Manukau GC Nelson GC Hastings GC Lochiel GC Waitakiri GC Manawatu GC Westown GC Invercargill GC Whangarei GC Tauranga GC Otago GC The Grange GC Poverty Bay GC Ashburton GC

1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949

Wellington Auckland Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Hawke's Bay / Poverty Bay Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Auckland South Canterbury Hawke's Bay Manawatu / Wanganui Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Wellington Manawatu / Wanganui Auckland Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury Wellington Auckland

Palmerston North GC Paraparaumu Beach GC Nelson GC Hamilton GC Christchurch GC New Plymouth GC Manor Park GC Paraparaumu Beach GC Paraparaumu Beach GC Whangarei GC Templeton GC Castlecliff GC Palmerston North GC Paraparaumu Beach GC Miramar GC Wanganui GC Otago GC Auckland GC Hastings GC Invercargill GC

2005 New Zealand Women’s Masters th

th

Marlborough Golf Club, 11 – 13 November 2005

Winners: Waikato team: Sandra Carey, Sheelah Lamb, Robyn Pellow, Rose Southon 2005 Team Placings 1. Waikato 2. Auckland 3. North Harbour 4. South Canterbury 5. Otago 6. Taranaki 7. Hawkes Bay / Poverty Bay

8.= 8.= 8.= 11. 12. 13. 14.

Wellington Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Tasman Canterbury Manawatu / Wanganui Southland Northland

Previous Winners Year Winner 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Venue

Auckland Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Canterbury Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Canterbury Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley Canterbury Canterbury Manawatu / Wanganui Auckland Canterbury

Kaitake GC Te Awamutu GC Gleniti GC Te Puke GC Invercargill GC Castlecliffe GC Templeton GC Northland GC Nelson GC Te Marua GC Alexandra GC Hastings GC Methven GC

2005 New Zealand Women’s Veterans thTournament rd

Inglewood Golf Club, 28 Feb – 3 March 2005

Veterans Challenge Cup – Ngaire Hall, Taumarunui Golf Club, NZ (division one, top qualifiers, off the stick match play) Waipukurau Salver – Margaret McCallum, Inglewood Golf Club, NZ (division two qualifiers, handicap match play) Hawkes Bay Veterans Salver – Janice Houston, Patea Golf Club, NZ (division three qualifiers, handicap match play) Manawatu – Wanganui Salver – Marion Hunt, Pahiatua Golf Club, NZ (division 4 qualifiers, handicap match play) Curtis Cup – Gail Herbert, Inglewood Golf Club, NZ (lowest gross score in qualifying) Eileen Nutt Salver & Badge – Gail Herbert, Inglewood Golf Club, NZ (lowest nett score in qualifying) Senior Veterans Cup – Ngaire Hall, Taumarunui Golf Club, NZ (best gross score by any player aged 70 & over on the first day of the tournament)

2005 New Zealand Veterans Handicapth Foursomes st

Temuka Golf Club, 28 Nov – 1 Dec 2005

NZLGU Salver – Faye Mulvey & Brenda Prescott, Temuka Golf Club, NZ (division 1 qualifiers, match play)

Mrs S.S Wilson Plates – Eleanor Murray & Cath Daniel, North Otago Golf Club, NZ (division 2 qualifiers, match play) ADLGA Trophy – Kate Todd & Fay Thompson, Winton Golf Club, NZ (division 3 qualifiers, match play) Rosetown Trophy – Greta Stark, Gore Golf Club, NZ & Alice McAlister, Riversdale Golf Club, NZ (division 4 qualifiers, match play)

2005 New Zealand Women’s Autumn Foursomes th th

South Head Golf Club, 5 – 7 April 2005

Autumn Foursomes Cup – Dawn Dowling, Te Anau Golf Club, NZ & Gaynor Nicholls, Waitemata Golf Club, NZ (first round winners after a random draw, three days of match play) NZLGU Salver – Lesley Hosking & Vinnie Lomas, Taupo Golf Club, NZ (first round losers after a random draw, three days of match play)

2005 Secondary Schoolgirls Championship th st

Springfield Golf Club, 29 – 31 August 2005

Overall winner – Natasha Krishna, St Kentigerns College Hawkes Bay Trophy – Marlborough Girls College team: Claire Kydd, Janine Kydd, Jodi Meadows (best nett team score at the conclusion of the tournament) Shelley Duncan Award – Jackie Shin, Rotorua Lakes High School (best gross score in any round of the New Zealand Secondary Schoolgirls Championship) 13 years & Under – Zoe Beth Brake, Edgecumbe College (best gross score after three rounds of stroke play) 14 years – Monica Tulisi, Avonside Girls High School (best gross score after three rounds of stroke play) 15 years – Dasom Lee, Howick College (best gross score after three rounds of stroke play) 16 years – Tania Tare, Auckland Girls Grammar (best gross score after three rounds of stroke play) 17 years – Jackie Shin, Rotorua Lakes High School (best gross score after three rounds of stroke play)

2005 New Zealand Age Group Tournaments th

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North Island – Taupo Golf Club, 11 – 13 July 2005 Year Winner Club Venue 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Sharon Ahn Jenny Park Bobae Kim Keun-Ji Lim Enu Chung Wiki Shailer

Takapuna Otago Omanu The Grange Manukau Tokoroa

Taupo GC Hastings GC Waihi GC Levin GC Waitomo GC Whakatane GC

Inglewood Trophy – Waikato team: Annelies Anderson & Stacey Walsh, Ngahinepouri Golf Club, NZ , Erin Hawe, Walton Golf Club, NZ (two or three players from each district play for the aggregate nett prize in conjunction with the second round, the best two out of three nett scores count) Foursomes winners: Sarah Bradley, Cambridge Golf Club, NZ & Lisa Wright, Nelson Golf Club, NZ (one round of stroke play with the best combined gross score winning) th

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South Island – St Clair Golf Club, 26 – 28 September 2005 Year Winner Club Venue 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Dasom Lee Mi Kying Kim Jenny Park Stacey Tate Amy Smith Sarah Nicholson

Pakuranga Ctry

Pupuke Otago Huapai Masterton Wainuiomata

St Clair GC Rangiora GC Marlborough GC Southland GC Tinwald GC Nelson GC

Foursomes winners: Sarah Bradley, Cambridge Golf Club, NZ & Lisa Wright, Nelson Golf Club, NZ (one round of stroke play with the best combined gross score winning) National Age Group Tournament 1999 1998 1997

Wiki Shailer Claire Dury Rebecca Barrow

Tokoroa Manawatu Pakuranga

Poverty Bay GC Inglewood GC Takapuna GC

2005 National Club Teams Championship Overall winner: Mossburn Golf Club, Southland, NZ: Bronwyn Beer, Caryl Brown, Nola Naylor, Jane Saunders 2. Grande Vue Golf Club, South Canterbury 3. Ngahinepouri Golf Club, Waikato 4. Hutt Golf Club, Wellington 5. Maniototo Golf Club, Otago 6. Te Aroha Golf Club, Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley 7. Karamea Golf Club, Tasman 8. Windsor Golf Club, Canterbury 9. Marton Golf Club, Manawatu - Wanganui 10. Tapora Golf Club, Northland 11. South Head Golf Club, North Harbour 12. Maungakiekie Golf Club, Auckland 13. Puketitiri Golf Club, Hawkes Bay / Poverty Bay 14. Manaia Golf Club, Taranaki Previous Kohler Cup winners 2004 Manaia Golf Club 2003 Pungarehu Golf Club 2002 Tokoroa Golf Club 2001 Tumahu Golf Club

4. Napier Golf Club, Hawkes Bay / Poverty Bay 5. Otago Golf Club, Otago 6. St Andrews Golf Club, South Canterbury 7. Rangitikei Golf Club, Manawatu - Wanganui 8. Taumarunui Golf Club, Waikato 9. Motueka Golf Club, Tasman 10. Whangaroa Golf Club, Northland 11. Queens Park Golf Club, Southland 12. Whakatane Golf Club, Bay of Plenty / Thames Valley 13. Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club, Wellington 14. Pupuke Golf Club, North Harbour Previous Winners 2004 2003 2001 1999 1997 1995 1993 1991 1989 1987 1985 1983 1981 1979 1977

Whangaroa Queens Park St Clair Muriwai Hawkes Bay Wellington Trentham Opunake Marton Manawatu Otago Pukekohe Lochiel Manor Park Springfield

2002 2000 1998 1996 1994 1992 1990 1988 1986 1984 1982 1980 1978 1976

Springfield WE Manawatu Muriwai Whangarei Pupuke Otago Manawatu Timaru Christchurch Hutt Lochiel Geraldine Marlborough Geraldine

Womens Golf New Zealand Past Board Members Taranaki Taranaki Waikato / King Country Taranaki

2005

Patsy Hankins (Chairman), Heather Newson (Deputy Chair), Linda Ayson (till May 2005), Jeanette Futter, Monica McDonald, Susie Simcock

2004

Nancy MacCormick Memorial Foursomes – Helen Loney & Araroa Mattock, Urenui Golf Club, NZ (foursomes handicap stroke play, played over 36 holes)

Patsy Hankins (Chairman), Heather Newson (Deputy Chair), Sue Bunt, Jeanette Futter, Monica McDonald, Susie Simcock, Martyn Turner (till August 2004)

2003

Coronation Medal – Wendy Harris, Manukau Golf Club, NZ (players in the silver division, 18 holes handicap stroke play)

Alison Edwards (Chairman), Patsy Hankins (Deputy Chair), Sue Bunt, Monica MacDonald, Susie Simcock, Martyn Turner, Rosalie Wrathall

2002

Alison Edwards (Chairman), Sue Bunt, Patsy Hankins, Cushla McGillivary, Martyn Turner, Rosalie Wrathall

Aotearoa Cup – Gay Horne, North Shore Golf Club, NZ (players in the silver or bronze division, 18 holes handicap stroke play)

2001

Sue Bunt (Chairman), Alison Edwards, Patsy Hankins, Cushla McGillivray, Martyn Turner, Rosalie Wrathall

2000

Sue Bunt (Chairman), Alison Edwards, Colleen Hobbs, Cushla McGillivray, Martyn Turner, Rosalie Wrathall

1999

Sue Bunt (Chairman), Alison Edwards, Colleen Hobbs, Cushla McGillivray, Rosalie Wrathall, Martyn Turner

1998

Sue Bunt (Chairman), Alison Edwards, Colleen Hobbs, Cushla McGillivray, Rosalie Wrathall, Martyn Turner

2005 New Zealand 18 Hole Home Links

Best Gross Cup – Sandra McKenzie, Waipu Golf Club, NZ (players in the silver or bronze division, 18 hole gross stroke play) Veterans Trophy – Zoe Butler, Peninsula Golf Club, NZ (players in the silver & broze division, over 70 years of age, 18 hole handicap stroke play)

2005 New Zealand Home Links Junior Division Junior Best Gross Score – Dasom Lee, Pakuranga Golf Club, NZ (playing members under 19 years of age, holding handicaps not exceeding 40.4 – two 18 hole events) Junior Best Nett Score – Shenee McLean, Pukekohe Golf Club, NZ (playing members under 19 years of age, holding handicaps not exceeding 40.4 – two 18 hole events)

2005 New Zealand 9 Hole Home Links Sue Bunt Salver – Mavis Crothers, Tawhero MW Golf Club, NZ (played over three club days during March, April & May, the winner will be the player who returns the lowest aggregate of two nett differentials)

2005 Gross Stableford Rosebowl Overall winner: Hawera Golf Club, Taranaki, NZ: Wendy Cameron, Carol Kersten, & Jackie Shera 2. Waitikiri Golf Club, Canterbury 3. Pakuranga Country Golf Club, Auckland

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE 10 MONTHS ENDING 31st OCTOBER 2005

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Statement of Financial Performance Statement of Movements in Equity Statement of Financial Position Notes to the Financial Statements

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 Revenue Club Affiliation Levies Grants Received Club Nat Tourn Entry Fees Sundry Income Interest Income Total Revenue

Notes 1 2 3

2005 $ 501,482 483,290 8,094 27,947 56,849

2004 $ 605,459 582,911 8,631 42,247 50,923

1,077,662

1,290,171

This Statement should be read in conjunction with the attached Notes to the Financial Statements and Auditors Report

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (Continued) for the10 months ending 31st October 2005 EXPENSES Notes Administration Publications Web Site Marketing & Promotions Bank Charges Badge Issues Club Manuals Depreciation 1,7 Memberships IT Systems Postage and Shipping Presentations/Functions/Golf Awards Printing and Stationery Rent and Utilities Repairs and Maintenance Telecommunications Travel Annual Report Prior Year Adjustment Total Financial and Legal Audit Insurance Legal Total Personnel ACC / Workplace Insurance Salaries Human Resources Total

1

1

2005 $ 5,752 2,932 25,985 508 3,879 11,362 12,930 12,466 6,041 1,657 5,222 26,544 445 9,165 12,826 2,477 140,191

2004 $ 4,563 2,314 30,695 625 5,724 10,579 19,323 1,095 14,771 6,035 11,492 5,628 31,762 210 16,926 20,268 4,725 1,609 188,344

5,118 5,265 1,039 11,422

8,825 5,421 5,601 19,847

2,765 265,243 10,170 278,178

3,267 408,813 5,675 417,755

This Statement should be read in conjunction with the attached Notes to the Financial Statements and Auditors Report

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (Continued) for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 Notes Board and NAC Travel Accommodation Amalgamation/Administration Expenses National Advisory Council Total Tournaments International National Club National Total Game Development District Grants Grants paid 9 Hole Sue Bunt Salver Handicap and Course Rating Player Development Selectors Tournament Committee High Performance Talent ID Associate Membership Total

4 5

6

Disposal of Irrepairable Equipment/ Asset Adjustments Total Expenses Operating Surplus/(Deficit) for the Year

2005 $ 19,121 7,243 86,327 13,954 126,645

2004 $ 19,200 13,718 27,439 9,940 70,297

98,322 89,086 7,067 194,475

109,727 120,927 9,348 240,002

20,000 18,333 420 79,082 68,130 4,488 1,616 34,917 226,986

20,000 22,000 97,286 56,505 7,578 3,281 52,626 24,249 1,924 285,449

5,600

2,966

983,497

1,224,660

94,165

65,511

Grants for Purchases of Equipment Net Operating Surplus/(Deficit) for the Year

14,094 94,165

This Statement should be read in conjunction with the attached Notes to the Financial Statements and Auditors Report

79,605

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. STATEMENT OF MOVEMENTS IN EQUITY for the 10 months ending on 31st October 2005 ACCUMULATED FUNDS Notes Accumulated Funds Opening Balance Surplus for the Year Plus: Transfers from Reserves GST Adjustment

2005 $ 443,559 94,165 400,886 9,898

2004 $ 363,954 79,605 -

Accumulated Funds at 31 October 2005

948,508

443,559

1,500 1,500

1,500 1,500

International Tournament Hosting Opening Balance Less Transfer to Retained Earnings Closing Balance

37,886 -37,886 -

37,886 37,886

International Tournaments Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

70,000 -70,000 -

70,000 70,000

Player Development Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

85,000 -85,000 -

85,000 85,000

Uniform Reserve Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

10,000 -10,000 -

10,000 10,000

Handicapping / Course Rating Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

128,000 -128,000 -

128,000 128,000

Asset Replacement Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds

20,000 -20,000

20,000 -

Reserves Melsop Cup Fund Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

Closing Balance

-

20,000

50,000 -50,000 -

50,000 50,000

Total Reserves

1,500

402,386

Closing Equity

950,008

845,945

Junior Development Opening Balance Plus transfer from Accumulated Funds Closing Balance

This Statement should be read in conjunction with the attached Notes to the Financial Statements and Auditors Report

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION for the 10 months ending on 31st October 2005 Notes

2005 $ 950,008

2004 $ 845,945

28 979,842 53,942 6,354 1,040,166

200 29,861 7,325 17,052 1,243 79,402 135,083

-

894,001 894,001

27,292

44,956

1,067,458

1,074,040

Accounts Payable Funds in Advance Prime Minister Scholarship Grants Total Current Liabilities

113,510 3,940 117,450

176,163 27,436 24,496 228,095

Net Assets

950,008

845,945

Accumulated Funds Represented by Current Assets Cash on hand Cash at Bank ASB Accounts Receivable GST Receivable Prepayments Accrued Income Total Current Assets

1

Investments ASB Term Deposits Total Investments Fixed Assets

1, 7

Total Assets Less Current Liabilities

Signature Chairman / Acting Executive Director

Dated: 17th March 2006

This Statement should be read in conjunction with the attached Notes to the Financial Statements and Auditors Report

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS for the 10 months ending on 31st October 2005 Note 1 - Statement of Accounting Policies Statutory Base The Financial Statements are prepared in accordance with the Financial Reporting Act and Incorporated Societies Act. Measurement Base The Financial Statements are prepared on a historical cost basis. Accrual accounting is used to match expenses and revenue. Accounts Receivable Accounts Receivable are valued at expected realisable value. Depreciation Depreciation has been charged in the financial statements using the maximum rates approved by the Inland Revenue Department. Computers at 40% D.V. Furniture and Fittings at 25-40% D.V. Tournament Equipment at 25-50% D.V. Finance Charges Finance charges on the Equipment Finance hire purchase contract are charged against income in accordance with the rule of 78. Fixed Assets. Fixed Assets are recorded at cost less depreciation to date. Foreign currencies Foreign currency transactions are converted to New Zealand dollars at the rates of exchange ruling at the dates of the transactions. No assets or liabilities are denominated in foreign currencies at balance date. Goods & Services Tax Income and expenditure items are stated exclusive of Goods and Service Tax. Taxation As the Womens Golf New Zealand Inc is an amateur sporting association they are exempt from income tax under section CB4(1)(h) of the 1994 Income Tax Act. It has therefore not been necessary to provide for Income Tax in the financial statements. Differential Reporting Womens Golf New Zealand Inc qualifies for differential reporting under the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand’s reporting framework as it is not publicly Changes in Accounting Policies No changes in accounting policy took place in the 10 Months ended 31 October 2005 and policies have been applied on a basis consistent with that used in the past.

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 2. GRANTS RECEIVED

2005 $

2004 $

Sports Foundation (SPARC) Eagles Society Mutual Assistance Plan Air NZ Lion Foundation NZ Community Trust Royal and Ancient NZ Sports Foundation Pelorus Trust Southern Trust Steve Williams Foundation

309,375 12 110,458 25,727 37,718 -

376,749 3,000 15,000 232 85,085 40,695 1,674 7,500 2,000 49,601 1,375

Grants Received

483,290

582,911

Total Grants Received

483,290

582,911

Tournament Entry Fees Player Development Fees Sundry Income

22,563 5,383

31,587 4,444 6,216

Total

27,946

42,247

3. SUNDRY INCOME

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 4. INTERNATIONAL EVENTS International Tournaments 2005 Tasman Cup Preparation Tasman Cup Lake MacQuarie Women's Amateur Riversdale Cup Queensland Stroke Play Queen Sirikit Preparation Queen Sirikit Cup South Pacific Kobe Suntory Open Spirit International Victorian Champion of Champions

International Tournaments 2004 Greg Norman Junior Masters Junior Tasman Cup Riversdale Ladies Cup Women's Australian Open Queen Sirikit Cup Prep for Espirito Santo Espirito Santo Junior Australian Championship Lake MacQuarie Women's Amateur Aaron Baddeley Kobe Suntory Mastercard Junior Masters Tasman Cup Prep Thunderbird International

2005 $ 23,418 11,239 1,051 6,760 10,751 13,478 13,904 10,382 958 5,027 1,354 98,322 2004 $ 1,659 9,310 1,000 2,022 25,186 25,391 36,313 248 1,338 2,677 1,141 615 1,315 1,512 109,727

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 5. NATIONAL TOURNAMENTS Expenses

2005 $

2004 $

6,195 5,343 6,708 4,021 4,736 8,280 40,923 3,630 79,836

6,265 9,325 7,347 9,409 3,726 5,105 5,200 9,144 38,234 2,672 5,000 101,427

Grants NZ Under 21 Champs NZ Women’s Amateur Champs NZ Stroke Play Champs NZ Women's Masters Veterans’ Foursomes Veterans’ Tournament Autumn( NZ) Foursomes Age Group Tournaments Inter Provincial NZ Secondary Schools Champs

2,000 2,500 3,500 1,250

2,000 3,500 2,500 1,000 1,250 1,250 1,250 2,500 3,500 750

Total Tournament Grants

9,250

19,500

89,086

120,927

AMP Golf Foundation

18,333

22,000

Total

18,333

22,000

Tasman Cup NZ Under 21 Champs NZ Women’s Amateur Champs NZ Stroke Play Champs NZ Women's Masters Veterans Foursomes Veterans Tournament Autumn (NZ) Foursomes Age Group Tournaments Inter Provincial NZ Secondary Schools Champs Tournament Preparation Next Year Total National Tournaments Expenses

Total of National Tournaments 6. GRANTS PAID

WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INC. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS for the 10 months ending 31st October 2005 WOMENS GOLF NEW ZEALAND INCORPORATED NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (CONTINUED) For 10 Months Ending 31 October 2005 7. FIXED ASSETS Cost

2005 2005 2005 Current Year Disposals Accumulated Depreciation Depreciation Depreciation

2005 Net Book Value

2004 Net Book Value

$

$

$

$

$

$

38,942

8,288

-12,801

22,722

16,220

26,066

Computers Furniture & Fittings Tournament Equipment

264

35

-21,677

130

134

3,345

50,332

4,607

-

39,394

10,938

15,545

Totals

89,538

12,930

-34,478

62,246

27,292

44,956

2005

2004 $ 29,455 19,788

8. LEASE COMMITMENTS Amounts due within one year Amounts due after one year

-

9. COMPANY FORMATIONS Womens Golf New Zealand has formed 2 companies: NZ Ladies Open Golf Championship Limited; NZ Womens Open Golf Championship Ltd. Womens Golf New Zealand is 100% shareholder in each. The companies have no financial value, and have been set up for name protection rights only.

10. GOING CONCERN A Special Meeting of Members was held on 31 October 2005 to wind up the Society as at 31 October 2005, as required under section 24 of the Incoporated Societies Act 1908. As it is the intention of the Society to form a new entity and transfer all material assets and liabilities to the new entity, the financial statements continue to be prepared on a going concern basis.

3,466

1,680

1,704

2,837

1,785

2,330

1,795

1,173

1,160

1,601

2,356

2,980

Canterbury

Hawkes Bay / Poverty Bay

Manawatu/Wanganui

North Harbour

Northland

Otago

South Canterbury

Southland

Taranaki

Tasman

Waikato/King Country

Wellington

33,085

4,046

BOP/Thames Valley

TOTALS

4,172

Auckland

Total Members

24,247

2,109

1,654

1,153

774

925

1,389

1,788

1,213

2,058

1,089

1,265

2,632

2,841

3,357

Full Members

6,013

597

412

317

316

172

323

354

337

502

491

243

529

862

558

9 Hole Members

1,143

103

114

51

14

30

38

70

135

104

49

120

108

155

52

Twilight Members

DISTRICT MEMBERSHIP FIGURES FOR 2005

1,682

171

176

80

56

46

45

118

100

173

75

52

197

188

205

Junior Members

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