Seed secures narrow success in Lyme Regis December Medal

PUBLISHED: 19:33 11 December 2013 | UPDATED: 19:33 11 December 2013

Pictured at the presentation evening,  left to right - club captain Matt Searle, lady captain Lizzie Linnert, junior captain and club champion David Lyon, ladies' club champion and hostess for the evening Melissa McMahon, and club professional Duncan Driver.

Pictured at the presentation evening, left to right - club captain Matt Searle, lady captain Lizzie Linnert, junior captain and club champion David Lyon, ladies' club champion and hostess for the evening Melissa McMahon, and club professional Duncan Driver.

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In the Lyme Regis December Medal, two juniors and a not-so-junior fought it out for top place in Division One, writes Richard Jackman.

George Seed, Cameron Moss and Tim Vincent finished first, second and third after countback all with net 68.

Matt Rose was the clear winner in Division Two with a net 68 from Rob Crabbe, 72 and Brian Carnell, 73

The seniors’ December stableford saw Peter Tinsley win Division One with 37 points from John Burden and David Binns separated on countback, both scoring 36 points. Division Two was won by John Hadfield, 37 points and countback saw Jim Pettifer beat Tom Binks both with 35 points.

In the ladies medal, Division One was won by Caroline Baker who needed countback to push Prue Russell into second place both with net 80.

Best score of the day and winner of Division Two was Julia Coote with a net 74, with Corinne Jones 2nd with a net 76. The Division Three winner was the ever present Ronnie Turner with net 76 from Lucille Bannister on 77.

The club held their presentation evening. David Lyon and Melissa McMahon were club champions and juniors Stuart Wight and George Seed were amongst the prizewinners. In his acknowledgement speech David Lyon paid tribute to all the support he had, especially from club professional Duncan Driver.

Melissa Mcmahon ably hosted a very convivial evening for the club. Congratulations to all winners.


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