Men's Paxton Averages Trophy
2012 Winner - Michael Dennis
The Paxton Averages trophy is regarded by some as the holy grail of Western Australian Men?s Amateur golf. The trophy is awarded to the player who returns the lowest average for scores achieved in all state and national events and those club open events which have been awarded Paxton Average status from August through to June the following year.
Women's Ivie Temperley Consistency Award
2012 Winner - Minjee Lee
Royal Fremantle's Minjee Lee has claimed the honours of the 2012 Ivie Temperley Consistency Award.
The 16-year-old Tier 1 National Squad member had a stellar year which included taking out the US Girls Championship and a member of the winning WA team at the 2012 Interstate Series. Lee also represented Australia at the Queen Sirikit Cup in Singapore and the World Amateur Championships in Turkey.
Lee now engraves her name to the prestegious trophy with such names as Jessica Speechley, Nicole Montgomery and Helen Beatty
Inaugurated in 1971 to Honour the first Life Member of the Western Australian Ladies Golf Union (now WGWA). Mrs Temperley was President of the WALGU from 1933 to 1939 and was a member of Royal Perth Golf Club. She was awarded Life Membership of the WALGU in 1948.
The trophy is awarded to the player with the best 10 round stroke average from local nominated events. The trophy is presented at the conclusion of the Women's State Championships.
From 2012, the Ivie Temperley Award will given to the lowest stroke average round from all National and Local State Ranking events.
Marlena Jeffrey Award
2011 Winner - Min Jee Lee
Marlena Jeffery was the Patroness of Women's Golf Western Australia from 1994 - 1999 and during the term that her husband, The Honorable Michael Jeffery was Governor of Western Australia 1993-2000.
Mrs Jeffery was herself a golfer and took a keen interest in all WGWA events. When possible Mrs Jeffery attended the Patroness Days hosted in the country and city clubs. She donated the trophy to Women's Golf WA in 1999 and Women's Golf WA present it at the Junior WA State Championships along with a voucher to the winner.
This award is eligible for all junior girls in WA.
The winner is worked out with an average of a set number of junior events held over a year. For 2011 this is 15 rounds from the nominated 23 events.
From 2012, the Marlena Jeffrey Award will be given to the lowest stroke average for all Girls National and Local State Ranking events.
Junior Golfer of the Year Award
This award is presented annually to the best junior golfer (boy and girl). Nominations are received from affiliated golf clubs.
The winner is decided by Golf WA's High Performance Committee.
Boys Junior Golfer of the Year: Oliver Goss (Royal Fremantle Golf Club)
Girls Junior Golfer of the Year: Min Jee Lee (Royal Fremantle Golf Club)