Green Valley has always been considered as a tree lined course with intermingling bushes just to add an additional level of difficulty. But when you consider the number of trees that have been removed and those that are still being removed, Green Valley could soon be classified as a parkland course. There are areas of the course that are now visible which were, previously, obscured. The water on the left of the 4th is an example as is the area around the 15th hole but many golfers are impressed with the change of scenery. 11 ladies today but the top four could only be separated by count backs with all four on 38 points. Miss Phin lost 3rd place to Miss Tan but only on the last six holes with Miss Sa taking 2nd place with 21 on the back nine. Miss Eng was not leading at the turn with only 16 points but something happened on the 10th for her to rattle in the pars and 22 points. Wayne Cotterell kept the family flag flying with a birdie on the 17th for 3rd place with 37 points one better than Colin Goon. But two familiar faces came good once again with Kiwi Bill Marsden four putting one green to relegate him to 2nd behind Tony Oakes with 38 points who had 6 pars on the back nine to win the day. Colin Goon, who claimed he could not putt had two 2s but, had his ball been a little more co-operative on the other two par threes, he could have birdies on all four. Selwyn Wegner and Miss Kran also had 2s.