Golfers enjoy the sunshine at Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 09:13 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:14 30 October 2015

Clevedon Golf Club winners.

Clevedon Golf Club winners.

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Twenty couples took part in the inaugural inter-generational greensome open played at Clevedon Golf Club.

Twenty couples competed in the inaugural inter-generational greensome open played in glorious sunshine at Clevedon Golf Club.

Heavy rain the previous day had made the greens receptive and the conditions were set for some good scoring.

George Worthington and Harry Turner from Weston set the early pace with a score of 39 points. In the end, only one point separated the top three teams. The winners were Danielle and Sam Williams from Long Ashton, who edged out the Clevedon pair of Joe Swift and Callum Walker, the result was decided by a better score on the last six holes.

Results: Danielle Williams & Sam Williams (Long Ashton) 40 pts (countback); Joe Swift & Callum Walker (Clevedon) 40; George Worthington & Harry Turner (Weston) 39.

Sarah Martin continued her rich vein of form by winning the midweek competition with an impressive total of 45 points. Pushing her all the way were Simon Wheeler and Mark Hodges, but they could not prevent her recording another win and a further handicap reduction of three shots.

Results: Sarah Martin 45 pts; Simon Wheeler 44 (countback); Mark Hodges 44.

Club bowmaker: David Fife, Derek Sutton, David Steele & Brian Cherry 94 pts; John Vickerstaff, John French, James French & Daniel Hayward 92; Ian Wyllie, Richard Hickling, & Peter Evans 91.

Seniors’ Stableford - Division 1: Clive Bourton 40 pts Ron Angell 38 (countback) Mike Leatt 38. Division 2: Stuart Williams 41 points (countback); Ian Wyllie 41; David Brown 39.


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