Lyme Regis October medal delight for Stephen Mudford
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The Lyme Regis October medal saw some brilliant scores across both divisions, writes Richard Jackman.
Division One was won by Stephen Mudford whose round was sprinkled with some excellent scores including an eagle on the ninth in his nett 66.
On another day, Roddy Donaghy’s nett 67 would have been good enough to win it, but he had to settle for silver while Rob Coombe came in third with an impressive nett 68.
In Division Two, Andrew Thomas headed the field with a nett 68 with some good, consistent golf to just pip Rob Crabbe and Graham Patersonwho both tied on nett 69 but Rob took second on countback.
The ladies greensomes was also a close run affair with a point separating the top three places. Judith Williams and Amy Mudford played the better golf to finish first, just pushing Kathy Briggs and Ronny Turner into second place on countback. Finishing third were Linda Baker and Ros Clemmans with 35 points.
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The junior stableford saw a range of scores as Alfie Crisp tore up the course scoring a sensational 42 points as his back nine included four nett birdies. Next year’s junior captain, Lewis Gibbons, finished second with a very respectable 38 points, with Dominic Beardwood taking third with 38 points.
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