Honiton Centenary Salver success for Stan Squire

PUBLISHED: 07:56 16 November 2015 | UPDATED: 09:34 18 November 2015

Honiton golf club’s Ronnie Pew presents his trophy to Stan Squire.

Honiton golf club’s Ronnie Pew presents his trophy to Stan Squire.

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Honiton seniors turned out to play a three-ball better ball event in rain, high winds, hail and a little sunshine, everything it seems except thunder and lightning, writes Liz Rogers.

The conditions may well explain the relatively poor scoring! With two scores to count, the winners were Bill Eaton, Ron Armitage and Bill Spice on 68.

The runners-up spot went to Alan Morris, captain Mike Watts and Brian Morrison with 67 points.

Third place was claimed by John Frith, Rob Sexton and Norman Runciman and the final place in terms of the prizes when to Pat Purtell, Chris Street and John Pawley.

The captain presented Mike Stroud with the Centenary Salver for the best performance in the summer medals, and the club’s centegenarian member, Ronnie Pew, came along to present his trophy to Stan Squire for winning the summer individual knockout competition, which Ronnie sponsors.

He rewarded the winner and runners-up with a generous supply of a famous beverage.


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