Golf club results round up

PUBLISHED: 21:36 27 April 2011

Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000

Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000

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The Seniors continued their winning start to this season’s inter-club matches with a resounding 5½-½ win over Long Sutton last Monday. Winning parternships for Axe Cliff included Peter Knighting/Rob Grove; Tony Strong/John W White; Terry Jessup/Hugh Willis; Rob Heard/John Mant and Mick Tomes/Alan Vincent.

The half point was won by Bryan Dale/Jas Bannister.

On Friday, 34 members took part in the annual Stableford in aid of Prostrate Cancer. Although overcast, scoring conditions were very good, as demonstrated by the runaway winner Alan Vincent (19) with an excellent 41 points. Two players scored 36 points with second place going to Martin Wallbank (28), on countback, from Tony Strong (10) who had to settle for third place. Alan's win qualifies him to play in the regional final, this year to be held at Tiverton GC on September 1.

●On a glorious spring morning the Ladies competed for the Granny and the Non-Granny Bowl competiions. The winner of the Granny Bowl was Glenda Board (17) beating Lady Captain Pat Ayshford (22) on the back nine. Winner of the Non-Granny Bowl was Helen Gaudie (27)

●This Sunday, the Members competed for the April Stableford.

Division One winner was Alan Morgan (10) with 35 points and in second place Peter Petherbridge (12) with 35 points.

Second Division was won by Barry Garrett (16) with an excellent 37 points leaving Phil Christmas, also with 37 points, in second place on the back nine ruling.

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