Medal success for Doyle at Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 16:47 12 November 2013 | UPDATED: 16:47 12 November 2013

The November medal proved a close run thing as early clubhouse leader George Seed on 69 was pipped into second place in Division One by Simon Doyle’s gritty 67, writes Richard Jackman.

In third place, on countback, was George Skellern on 69.

Peter Locke’s 72 was enough to win Division Two from Les Bounds who pushed Denis McCallum into third place on countback, with 73.

The seniors’ stableford, was keenly contested as overall winner Bob Kay, with 37 points, cleaned up in Division One narrowly beating Julian Cox and Stuart Briggs both with 36 points who came second and third respectively.

Division Two saw Tom Binks with 36 points edge out Roger Baker on countback with Ian Lyon third on 35 points

The ladies medal was another close run contest as Division One saw past president Anne Humpheys’ net 76 enough to pip Rosie Jackman on countback,.

Rosemary Dare’s net 75 won Division Two from Susan Moore with a net 76, and, with the lowest net score of the day, 74, from Veronica Turner who won Division Three with second place taken by Lucille Bannister with net 86.

In the juniors stableford the scores were wide ranging as Cameron Moss stormed home with

39 points, 10 clear of Matt Watson who in turn was five ahead of third placed Lewis Cottam.

Last Friday evening 36 players took to the course for nine holes of night golf which proved a great success. Off the golf course the club hosted a very successful charity evening for Rett syndrome on Saturday evening.

Reflecting on his first few weeks in office, club captain Matt Searle said: “It was very exciting times for the future of our club”.

The committee are delighted to invite both existing members and extend a warm welcome to any new members to join at a rate of £563 for the next 9 months.

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