Clevedon seniors enjoy successful county event

PUBLISHED: 15:02 07 October 2015 | UPDATED: 15:02 07 October 2015

Clevedon Golf Club seniors enjoyed a fruitful day at the Somerset autumn Stableford competition played at Mendip Spring.

Clevedon Golf Club seniors enjoyed a fruitful day at the Somerset autumn Stableford competition played at Mendip Spring.

Overall runner-up was Bob Anderson, who returned a score of 40 points, the same as defending champion Terry Clarke from the Isle of Wedmore. Terry retained the title by virtue of a better score on the back nine.

In fourth place was seniors’ captain Peter Horlock with 37, and Reg Wiles took the prize for the best score in the over-65 category.

The team competition was won by Clevedon A, made up of Peter Horlock, Reg Wiles, Rick Smith and Peter Gibbs. Their B team of Bob Anderson, Tony Brown Clive Bourton and Don Fraser took third place.

In the seniors’ Stableford competition, the Ken Hopkinson Trophy was won with 41 by Gordon Ogden, who finished one point ahead of Paul Smith and Stephen Hill.

Results - Division 1: Gordon Ogden 41 pts; Paul Smith 40; Clive Bourton 39. Division 2: Stephen Hill 40; Ian Wyllie 37; Dennis Milsom 36.

The October ladies’medal was won by Sarah Martin, who shot both the lowest gross and nett scores on the day to continue her fine form of the season.

Results - Division 1: Sarah Martin 75; Sandra Jones 82 (countback); Sandra Hill 82. Division 2: Heather Bleach 77; Jane Clark 78 (countback); Linda Reynolds 78. Division 3: Jane Smith 84; Evelyn Childs 90; Sue Hughes 91.

Midweek Stableford: John Vickerstaff 41 pts; Andy Ferris 39; Mark Hodges 37.


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