The Karratha Golf competition for 2020/2021 came to a close last weekend, with the annual presentations held on Saturday evening. Throughout the 18-hole winter competition, players faced extra challenges as the course changed around them. Construction had begun on grassing the back nine greens. Despite this, Karratha golfers continued to excel at home and away throughout the year. Trophies were awarded to the club champions in each grade for 2021, including Vaughan Smith, men’s A-grade, June Worsley for ladies’ A-grade, Pompey Manahi for men’s B-grade, Fiona Kinsman for ladies’ B-grade, and David Thoms for men’s C-grade. Steve McNally was awarded the summer cup trophy for the best scores over 10 rounds in the nine-hole summer competition. Fought over six matches through winter, the coveted Matchplay trophy was won by Fiona Kinsman and June Worsley took out the Sandover Cup win for 2021. Club foursomes winners for men were Chris Stewart and Ben Robinson, with Beryl Lynn and June Worsley winning for the ladies. Lorrie and Tyson Bertrend secured the mixed foursomes trophy in a back-to-back win. Men’s eclectic winner was Chris Stewart and ladies eclectic was won by June Worsley, bringing her trophy total to four for the year. For their enormous contributions to the golf and the country club, both Alf Worsley and Chelsea Broun were awarded club person of the year, with Leah Vogler winning the best first year lady. A special trophy was presented to Tony Knowlson for achieving two holes in one, on holes eight and 11, and Rick Cowan was awarded for winning the monthly mug final for winter 2021. The final trophy presented was for the captain vs president competition. Winning by only three points, president Chris “Chef” Stewart took the trophy for 2021.