AN AWFUL round of golf the day before could have been the secret to Jan Edwards' success when it counted.

Edwards went from playing a forgettable round in Kingaroy on Saturday to winning the Division 1 net at the Nanango Women's Open Day on Sunday.

"I played an appalling round (in Kingaroy)," Edwards said.

But she turned it around at Nanango, to finish with a 69 net.

Edwards was one of the many Kingaroy members who had success at the open day.

"Kingaroy had a good day because I won the Division 1 and Barb (Whaley) won Division 2," she said.

"Chris Edmunds and I won the teams event."

These wins helped Kingaroy get off to a solid start in the first round of the net and gross pennants.

Edwards put her success down to her putting on Sunday on the greened-up Nanango course.

"I putted well, I had 26 putts," she said.

DIVISION 1 WINNER: Jan Edwards stormed the field in Division 1 at the Nanango Women's Open Day.Photo Contributed
DIVISION 1 WINNER: Jan Edwards stormed the field in Division 1 at the Nanango Women's Open Day.Photo Contributed Contributed

Division 2 winner Barb Whaley said she was also able to make the most of the good conditions and also finish with a 69 net.

It was not until she handed in her score card she realised how well she had done.

"I actually didn't feel I did that well but the score card told differently," Whaley said.

"It's always nice to have a win first up."

Both Edwards and Whaley will look to extend their club's lead in the next net and gross pennants round at Proston on March 6.

Barb Whaley was surprised to have won the Division 2 competition.Photo Contributed
Barb Whaley was surprised to have won the Division 2 competition.Photo Contributed Contributed
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