Honiton lady golfers have new captain

PUBLISHED: 09:00 28 January 2009 | UPDATED: 22:56 15 June 2010

Anne Davies, right, with Sue Selway

Anne Davies, right, with Sue Selway

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A new year started on Thursday for the ladies of Honiton, with Sue Selway becoming the new lady captain for 2009.

A new year started on Thursday for the ladies of Honiton, with Sue Selway becoming the new lady captain for 2009, Sue Selway. All the members wish her the very best of luck for the forthcoming year. The year started with a trophy presentation for winners throughout the previous year.They were - LGU Medals: Silver, Diana Gee 301; Bronze, Sue Long 301.County Medals (three best medals): Silver, Diana Gee 222, Bronze, Brenda Hyde 221. Archer Cup (four best medals regardless of division): Diana Gee 299. Davies Cup (best eclectic score): Elizabeth Ward 69. Summer Eclectic: Silver: 1, Elizabeth Ward 69; 2, Chris Pearce 69; 3, Sue Selway 69.5. Bronze 1: 1, Linda Northover 74; 2, Elizabeth Davies 74.5; 3, Gunilla Tanner 75. Bronze 2: 1, Sandi Le Marche 75; 2, Jan Porlock 78.5; 3, Pam Greenaway 79. Florence Schofield Trophy (most improved golfer): Patricia Swindell. LGU Brooch: Brenda Hyde. Golf Foundation Brooch: Jeanne Mackinnon. Macmillan Spoon: Linda Blundell. Birdie Tree: Jackie Seager 12The Tuesday mixed was played in very nice, sunny, cold conditions. An alternate shot format was played which often sees the pairings with the strongest nerves rise to the top.1, Jane Watts and John Frith - 29 points (9 on back 6); 2, Jan Dickinson and Paul Ritchie - 29 pts. (8 on back 6); 3, Jennifer Pyle and Roger Pincombe - 24 pts.Club president Anne Davies welcomes new ladies' captain Sue Selway.


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