Sun Am winners

PUBLISHED: 10:52 04 April 2012

Sun Am winners

Sun Am winners

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Sunday saw the grand finale of the Sun Am Winter Competition with Matt Bond and Dave Nichols contesting the final against Kevin Thompson and John Burden with the rest of the pairings playing a better ball Stableford for the Plate.

The finalists had come a long hard road through the winter weather to get to this position and neither team gave holes away lightly. But in the end Matt, playing off two, had to concede too many shots and John and Kevin won 3+2. Meanwhile the Plate was won with a tidy score of 42pts by James Drew and Mike Williams.

Tuesday Mixed - This week members played for the Chivers Goblets in a drawn-for-playing-partners Greensome Stableford.

The winners were presented with their prizes by lady captain Jackie Seager. Winners of the Goblets this month were Ro and Chris Poole with 37pts. on c/b - Ro completing her "hat-trick".

Second place, also 37pts, losing out on c/b were Linda Northover and Andy Sharland. Third were Rosemary Whiteley and Stan Squire with 35pts. Fourth place went to Celia Hamlett and Bill Eaton with 34pts.

Ladies’ Section: With summer-in-March, conditions could not have been better for a most enjoyable game of golf and high scores were just the icing on the cake for this week's winners.

First in Silver Division was Henrietta Bradshaw with 37pts and second was Mona Carter with 35pts. In Bronze 1 Sharon Dacre took first place with 39pts, followed by Gill Johnson on 35pts and Linda Blundell on 34 pts.

Bronze 2 winner Sue Witton astounded with an excellent score of 41pts, while Majson Stroud was not far behind on 37pts. Avril Shepherd got third place with 33pts, beating Susan Hyde on countback.


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