Heather Clarke and Bob Barnes land Honiton Steele Perkins Memorial Cup joy
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With continuing good weather and course maintenance now completed, a major competition was staged, the Steele Perkins Memorial Cup, writes Ann Desmoulins.
The men play off the white tees and the ladies the red tees for their individual Stableford scores.
Heather Clarke was the ladies’ winner with an excellent 42 points.
Elizabeth Ward took second place with 35 points, beating Liz Rogers, who also had 35 points, on countback.
Bob Barnes was the men’s winner with another excellent score of 41 points. Allan Seager came in second with 38 points and Michael Delaney was close behind with 37 points.
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? The latest Honiton seniors meeting was for the monthly medal, a competition that had been postponed the previous week, owing to inclement weather.
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The Division One honours went to Mike Ward with a nett 65 and second, with a nett 67, was Derek Keen, while third was Vic Wood with a nett 68 and fourth was Alan DeVenny with a net 69.
The Division Two honours went to Robert Stickland with a nett 63. This also earned Robert a considerable handicap cut, which now elevates him to Division One.
Second was Rod Armitage with a net 69 and Brian Hoepelman took third, edging Brian Bird into fourth on countback after both scored nett 70.
There were four twos, each receiving eight balls.
They were Derek Keen, Chris Vincent and Vic Wood on the second and Brian Bird on the 12th.