Terrace cup winners at Axe Cliff

PUBLISHED: 12:39 19 October 2011

Golf Ball.

Golf Ball.


The ladies of Axe Cliff had a runaway win over the Seniors for the Tic Toc trophy, a match play greensomes competion, with all players winning their matches, writes Janet Dack.

They were Sandra Walker/Barbara Cummings, Hazel Williamson/Liz Wheeldon and Margaret Brown/Janet Dack, and they won’t get so many courtesy shots next year!

On Wednesday, it was the qualifying round for the Daily Mail Foursomes played in very wet and misty conditions. The winning pair were Hazel Williamson (22) and Liz Wheeldon (27) with a nett 76, beating Lady Captain Pat Ayshford (23) and Barbara Cummings on the back 9.

●The annual match between the present Seniors’ captain selection and the team of Past captains produced a very close result with victory going the way of the former, led by Peter Knighting, who, together with John Mant, won the top match. There were also wins for Mick Tomes/Tony Strong and Clive Davey/Rob Heard, giving them a 3 v 2 victory. For the losers there were wins for Terry Jessup/Bryan Dale and Morrison Brown/Hugh Willis.

The first round of the Winter League programme got under way on Friday. It’s a pairs 15 hole Stableford with the best six scores to count in the final analysis. Holders of the title for the past two years Rob Grove and Bryan Dale, got off to a flier by winning the first round with a score of 37 points ocb from Tony Strong and Bob Flay, who had the same score.

In third place one further point behind on 36 were4 Brian Wilkes and Sid Pember.

Main Club.

The winners of the Terrace Cup this Sunday were the team of Mike Wickins, Peter Petherbridge and Gerrry Binmore with a score of 134 with 88 on the back 9 beating in second place Simon Sweetland, Gareth Richardson and Theo Boalch also with 134 but with 96 points on the back 9.

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