2024 Event

The 2024 Event was held on Monday 18th March 2024 at the Yarra Yarra Golf Club, 567 Warrigal Road, Bentleigh East, VIC 3165.

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Yarra Yarra Golf Club

Clear blue skies and 30 degree temperatures blessed the twenty nine teams of past students of member schools, for the 95th running of the 18-hole stableford event “The Womens’ Inter-School Golf Challenge Cup for 2024. We welcomed Carey Grammar for their first time in the tournament. Four players from each school played in mixed groups with members from other schools and all enjoyed the company of their playing partners along with the lush green fairways – but not so much the super slick greens and bunkers.

Our team of helpers and school representatives ran a large produce stall with fresh products, biscuits, cakes, jams, pickles etc. This year’s stall sold an abundance of products and the monies raised will provided much needed support for McAuley Community Services for Women.

McAuley Community Services for Women is changing lives and tackling complex and connected problems. The charity supports women and children who have faced family violence and homelessness to take control of their lives. For more information about McAuley Community Services for Women, based in the western suburb of Footscray, visit the website: https://www.mcauleycsw.org.au/


The PLC team comprising: (L to R) Michelle Hilbert, Caroline Cox, Robin Collier and Ann Turner, won this year’s event with a combined score of 123 points.

Fintona were runner’s up with 119 points and in equal third place were Korowa and Toorak College with 118 points.

>> The complete list of results for all schools can be downloaded.

1) Kitty McEwan Trophy for Daily Handicap of Scratch – 18: Trudy Biggin of Korowa won this with a score of 34 points.

2) Nell Goff Trophy for Daily Handicap of 19 – 35: Margie Noonan of Kilbreda won this with a score of 39 points.

3) The President’s Trophy for Nearest the Pin on the 6th hole: Victoria Chan of MLC won this.

4) The Secretary’s Trophy for Nearest the Pin on the 15th hole: was won by Kirsten Scudamore of Geelong Grammar.

We have a great array of photographs from the day for you to browse and check out your school team shots.

>> View photographs of 95th Womens Inter-School Golf Challenge Cup.

The AGM for all the School Representatives will be held at Yarra Yarra Golf Club on a date to be confirmed but generally early in Spring, 2024.

Further details of the 2024 AGM will be uploaded once they are ready.