Golf proves to be an easy game for some at Honiton

19:44 11 December 2012

golf generic picture

golf generic picture

Archant

It’s usually the case around Honiton Golf Club that having a medal card in your hand changes your whole game and not for the better, writes Andy Wagner.

Not so this week as the winners nett results were quite remarkable!

Whether it was the temporary greens (usually a hindrance to low scoring) or the early biting frost in the air that made the difference we will never know, but I don’t foresee this type of scoring to be replicated in the near future.

First in Division One with a nett 63 was Dean Bonetta ahead of Pete Morgan on count back with Richard Beard’s 68 taking third. Division Two was almost a dead heat with Dave Morgan, Eric Short and Ian Banfield all scoring nett 64.

They were separated in that order on count back alone.

It’s an easy game to some!

0 comments

Other Sport Stories

18:06
Football generic picture

Colyton Red Socks moved confidently to the top of the Exeter and District Youth League Under-12 Division Two table with a confident all-round display that saw them beat Sidmouth Raiders 5-1.

Read more
18:05
Football generic picture

Colyton Cobras Under-13s climbed into second place in the table with a convincing 7-0 home victory over Teign Village Juniors.

Read more
18:05
Football generic picture

Feniton Under-14s were in a dominant mood as they put Pinhoe Sharks to the sword at Acland Park, beating the Exeter side 9-1.

Read more
18:05
Football generic picture

Feniton Under-12s were emphatic 9-1 winners when they defeated West Hill Wasps in an Exeter and District Youth League Under-12 Division Two encounter.

Read more

Local Weather

Overcast

Overcast

max temp: 9°C

min temp: 4°C

Most Read Sport

Family notices
Advertise in the paper
Submit a Story
Submit a Story
Buy Photos
Competitions
iwitness24
Facebook
Twitter
Google Plus Page
Family Notices 24

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Midweek Herald e-edition today E-edition



Honiton's trusted business finder