Lyme Regis Winter League win for Les Bounds
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The next round of the Lyme Regis Winter League produced 60 per cent of the stableford scores in the 30s, with the exception of Les Bounds who rose to the top with a superior 40 points, writes Richard Jackman.
This top score was based on an excellent front nine of 22 points, as he birdied the second and eightht holes, and held his nerve to just pip Geoff Moss, 39 points, into second place as he made a late charge with a birdie on the 17th, and on countback, Paul Liston secured third spot with 38 points.
In conditions more akin to the Arctic, the ladies played their late January stableford and beating the conditions to win Division One, with a particularly impressive score, was Cyndy Mudford boasting a first nine score of 19 points with the best score of the day – 33 points.
Jean Jolley battled well to finish with 29 points while Kate Smith finished third on 24.
It was notable that all the winning scores had better front nine scores and none more so than Division Two winner Corinne Jones, who scored 20 points on the front nine and who fought back on several holes to finish top with 32 points.
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Amy Mudford was second with 30, just ahead of Kathy Briggs on 29.
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