Honiton’s version of Fleetwood wins PGA

Ron Graham wins senior comp at Honiton Golf Club

Ron Graham wins senior comp at Honiton Golf Club - Credit: Honiton Golf Club

No, not Tommy.......it was John Fleetwood who came out the winner of Honiton Golf Club’s PGA pro/am qualifier, with 41 pts, John Jackson was 2nd with 39 and Derek Richards 3rd also with 39, in a strong field of 69 players taking part.   
John will now play with club professional Adrian Cave at Woodbury Park and, if they win, they will be heading to Turkey to play in the finals. John Tierney was the only player to have a qualifying two, picking up a mass of prize golf balls. 
The Seniors monthly medal was won by Ron Graham with a score of 68, Jim Wallis was a close 2nd with 70. 
On April 28, the Ladies held a foursome competition, an enjoyable day was had by all and saw Jackie Seager and Julie Smalley win with 38 points. In second place on countback was Cathy Pawley and Penny Blackburn with 35 and third was Danusia White and Linda Curtis. 
Also winning the Australian Spoons were Olwen Eaton and Maureen Lawrence with 34 pts. 
Tuesday Mixed 
It was another cold day but fortunately no rain, as 16 pairs took part in a Pairs Better-ball Stableford. The winning pair was Sharron Rouse and Keith Crane who scored 42, second place went to Olwen and Bill Eaton after a countback calculation with Kathy De Lacy and John Frith just edged into third place, both pairs scoring 40 points. 
The Inaugural Friday Night Lottery 
The Last Friday in the Month 14-hole Golf event took place on April 30 in excellent conditions more suited to February.   
A total of 10 teams of two were fighting it out for cash prizes in a Stableford competition, one score to count.  The winners were Alan and Jackie Seager on 34 points, Lee and Heidi Watson Jones second with 33 points and Sarah and Rob Loader third with 32.   
Our thanks go to the Men’s Captain, Neil Pulman for his assistance in completing the April Lottery Draw.   
Finally, will there ever be any heat in that Sun?! 

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