Full programme of competitions at Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 14:25 22 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:25 22 February 2017

Clevedon Golf Club enjoyed a full week of competitions.

There was another full programme of competitions at Clevedon Golf Club, starting with a ladies’ Stableford.

Sue Hughes scored a very commendable 35 point to be the overall winner and top in Division 3. Following her home with 33 and winning Division 1 was the in-form Marian Crewe, while Lesley Wicking won the second division with a score of 30.

The seniors held a Texas scramble which resulted in a tight competition to decide the prize winners. Paul Middleton, Brian Smith and Sandy Kemlo edged out the team of Ron Angell, Martin Parker and Ray Border by the narrowest of margins.

Their score of 62.5 was just 0.2 better, with Peter Horlock Mike Butler and Richard Purnell ending in third position on 63.0.

There was a big field for the club bowmaker, and the scoring was again close with the final placings having to be decided on countback. Graham Trenaman, Richard Hickling, Chris Lawton and Ian Wyllie, pipped the team of Ian Saynor, Tony Eastham, Adrian Dugmore and Dennis Milsom, both having scored 97 points on the day.

Earlier in the week, Sandra Sharp and Avril Thomas represented Clevedon in the Daily Mail Foursomes competition. They travelled to Weston, and despite facing an opposition with lower handicaps, came away with a convincing win to qualify for the next round.

Ladies Stableford - Division 1: Marian Crewe 33 pts; Sarah Martin 32; Sandra Jones 30. Division 2: Lesley Wicking 30; Hilda Shields 29; Elaine Morgan 27. Division 3: Sue Hughes 35; Evelyn Childs 29; Tracy Buckland 28.

Seniors’ Texas scramble: Paul Middleton, Brian Smith and Sandy Kemlo 62.5; Ron Angell, Martin Parker and Ray Border 62.7; Peter Horlock, Mike Butler and Richard Purnell 62.8.

Club bowmaker: Graham Trenaman. Richard Hickling, Chris Lawton and Ian Wyllie 97 pts (countback); Tony Eastham, Ian Saynor, Adrian Dugmore and Dennis Milsom 97; Chris Marshall, Andrew James, Phil Osman and Mike Morfitt 96.


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