One of Bendigo's rising golf talents has triumphed with another championship title.
Belvoir Park Golf Club's Jazy Roberts has secured a third consecutive women's championship.
Roberts carded rounds of 79, 74 and 77 (230) with 97 putts in total to have her name etched as the the club's 2019 champion - in addition to being awarded the Ethel Grierson Putting Trophy, in memory of the wife of BPGC founding member Alf Grierson.
However, the championship hat-trick came with plenty of challenges for the golfing young gun, unpredictable weather.
"The weather wasn't too good it was really hard to focus at times while I was playing," Roberts said.
The club championship comes off the back of Roberts breaking the club's ladies course record in January with a remarkable 72 off the stick, one-over par on the ladies course.
Roberts also just wrapped up a season playing pennant golf at Melbourne's Heritage Golf Club, an experience which has helped develop further skills for the Belvoir Park product.
"It has helped me to be able to handle the pressure a little bit better," Roberts said.
And looking forward the goal is to secure a fourth championship next year.
Roberts was also the winner of the nett championship award with a total of 226.
Meanwhile, Sue McCallum carded rounds of 95, 97 and 100 (292 gross/223 nett) to win the B-grade championship, also qualifying for the club's Veteran's Award.
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