THREE GENERATIONS: Danielle Seibel, Cita Weier and Molly Seibel started golf early this year with a successful day on Saturday.
THREE GENERATIONS: Danielle Seibel, Cita Weier and Molly Seibel started golf early this year with a successful day on Saturday. Judy Lester

Molly tees up victory in Warwick Golf Club's monthly medal

GOLF: Three generations had their first round as a trio on Saturday and came up trumps.

Cita Weier first played golf a quarter of a century ago and daughter Molly Seibel has played since 2004 while Danielle Seibel has only played the sport seriously in the past year.

On Saturday, Molly won the Division 1 ladies monthly medal at the Warwick Golf Club with a nett score of 75.

Jill Barnes scored 76 and Janine Stewart 77.

Cita capped a great day to win the Division 1 putting competition with 30, an outstanding performance over 18 holes after she returned from a break of almost three years due to family commitments.

Molly is a regular at the Warwick Golf Club and the win on Saturday was her third in the monthly medal.

Danielle has been a social player for four years but only joined the club in 2015 and started playing competition. She rated her round in Division 2 on Saturday as her best in recent weeks.

Molly is keeping up with her story that she plays well in the first round after a break before going downhill.

"I usually start the year well; last year, I returned after the holidays to play in the championships and won my division.

"I must lose all my bad habits in a break."

All three were thrilled to play together in a group.

"It was Danielle who put all our names down," Molly said.

"Janine Stewart was the fourth player so we were the best group of the day."

Ladies will play a single stableford on Wednesday and the RSL Mid-Week Brooch will be on January 27.

January 24 is Opening Day and the Australia Day 2-ball Medley Ambrose.



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