Golf: Clevedon Captain’s Charity event goes down a storm

PUBLISHED: 10:30 14 June 2019

The winners at Clevedon's Captain's Charity Day Am Am face the camera

The winners at Clevedon's Captain's Charity Day Am Am face the camera

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Clevedon Golf Club’s Captain’s Charity event was hit by thunder and lightning last week.

Early starters avoided the worst of the conditions, before a storm forced players from the course and saw the competition reduced to 15 holes.

Linda and Paul Reynolds won, supported by Katie Burchfield and Mike Hanley, with 85 points.

And Sue Bamford won several of the Ladies Spot prizes, with money raised on the day going to the Penny Brohn Trust.

The seniors' open bowmaker was also suspended due to lightning, but the Ladies Walker Treen Stableford was won by Debbie Quinn-Hall with 43 points, well ahead of Marian Crewe.

Joe Swift dominated the Midweek competition with 40 points, as Louie Doe pipped Tom Hayden to second place on countback.

Results, Captain's Charity Am Am: Linda Reynolds, Katie Burchfield, Mike Hanley, Phil Reynolds 85; Brian Baker, John Walker, Steve Jones, Andrew Robertson (best men members) 77; P Castles, Josh Castles, Jon Pearson, Steve Buckland (best men visitors) 84; Rosemary Fife, Sue Bamford, Susie Gibbins, Pauline Deal (best ladies) 74; Mel Rossi, Zena Balcombe, Andrew Balcombe, Steve Corrick (best mixed) 70.

Ladies Walker Treen Stableford, Div 1: Debbie Quinn-Hall 43, Marian Crewe 38, Linda Reynolds 37.

Div 2: Laureen Angell 37, Lesley Wicking 34, Elaine Morgan 33.

Div 3: Juliet Haley 32, Val Trounce 27, Tracy Buckland 26.

Midweek Stableford: Joe Swift 40, Louis Doe 38, Tom Hayden 38.


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