Queen and princess

Queen of the Coast Georgina Roberts (right) and Princess of the Coast Colleen Wesche with their trophies. Picture supplied

Forget the royal wedding.

Te Puia Hot Springs members will be bowing to one of their own after Georgina Roberts was crowned Queen of the Coast at Tolaga Bay on Saturday.

Roberts carded 81-18-63 to win the overall net and was presented the Queen of the Coast trophy.

It is understood she is the first Te Puia Springs golfer to get her name on the trophy.

Her round featured a couple of birdies, including a two on the third hole.

She ended five shots ahead of Alison Maru of Mahia.

The Princess of the Coast bronze title went to Mahia’s Colleen Wesche, who shot 97-29-68.

Queen of the Coast results — 0-18.4 division, net: G Roberts 63, A Maru.

Stableford: E Wynyard 40, F Wesche 39, T Smith 38, T Paku 38, M Wainohu 37, M Colebourne 36, K Green 35.

Bronze 18.5+ division, net: C Wesche 68, T Waru 71 on countback.

Stableford: F Walker 3, P Johansen 36, R Hiko 34, G Watts 33, D Watts 32, D Brown 31, P Gayford 30.

Approaches: M Colebourne, D Watts.

Long drives: S Pohatu, D Watts.

Twos: G Roberts, M Colebourne.

Forget the royal wedding.

Te Puia Hot Springs members will be bowing to one of their own after Georgina Roberts was crowned Queen of the Coast at Tolaga Bay on Saturday.

Roberts carded 81-18-63 to win the overall net and was presented the Queen of the Coast trophy.

It is understood she is the first Te Puia Springs golfer to get her name on the trophy.

Her round featured a couple of birdies, including a two on the third hole.

She ended five shots ahead of Alison Maru of Mahia.

The Princess of the Coast bronze title went to Mahia’s Colleen Wesche, who shot 97-29-68.

Queen of the Coast results — 0-18.4 division, net: G Roberts 63, A Maru.

Stableford: E Wynyard 40, F Wesche 39, T Smith 38, T Paku 38, M Wainohu 37, M Colebourne 36, K Green 35.

Bronze 18.5+ division, net: C Wesche 68, T Waru 71 on countback.

Stableford: F Walker 3, P Johansen 36, R Hiko 34, G Watts 33, D Watts 32, D Brown 31, P Gayford 30.

Approaches: M Colebourne, D Watts.

Long drives: S Pohatu, D Watts.

Twos: G Roberts, M Colebourne.

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