Sublime conditions for charity golf at Honiton

PUBLISHED: 15:53 07 June 2011

Ladies' captain Sue Richie, Jackie Seagar, Mark Gillard and Barry Burroughs with club captain Tim Avery.

Ladies' captain Sue Richie, Jackie Seagar, Mark Gillard and Barry Burroughs with club captain Tim Avery.

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In the Axe Cliff Seniors’ Section, the May Stableford was open to all members regardless of age, but the Lavarack Stick, played in conjunction with the Stableford was open only to those of 70 years or over, writes Janet Dack.

The best score of the day came from Neil Moorcroft (26) with an excellent 44 points, which won the Stableford but, alas, he was too young to claim the Lavarack Stick which went to the second best score of the day, an impressive 41 points from Bob Flay (24).

●The Main Club competed for the May Stableford last Sunday. Division One winner was Brian Kelland, 36pts ahead of Paul Clode with 35. Division Two winner was Richard Orsman with 39pts, beating Gerry Binmore on the back nine. There were twos from Nigel Pritchard, Gerry Binmore, Theo Boalch and Jason Green.

● The Ladies competed for their May Stableford and also to see who would represent their club in the Warren Crocus Competition to be held at Exeter Golf Club later this year. The Stableford winner was Hazel Williamson (24) with 32pts, beating lady captain Pat Ayshford (22) and vice captain Barbara Cummings (24) also with 32 on the back nine ruling.

Representing Axe Cliff in the Warren Crocus will be Silver Division Sandra Walker/Glenda Board and Bronze Division Helen Gaudie and Chris Drew. Good Luck !


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