Golf: Reynolds rewarded at Clevedon finals

PUBLISHED: 14:58 10 October 2019 | UPDATED: 14:58 10 October 2019

Linda Reynolds won three trophies at Clevedon Golf Club's finals

Linda Reynolds won three trophies at Clevedon Golf Club's finals


Linda Reynolds finished with three trophies as Clevedon Golf Club held the finals of their knockout competitions.

Reynolds won the women's scratch knockout for the Langford Ladle, as well as the Floyd Cup in the handicap event.

And she also teamed up with husband Phil to win the Ross-Goobey Mixed Foursomes and complete her treble.

Jacqui Toogood took the Ford Salver, while Sarah Martin won the silverware in the putting competition.

Chris Tucker took the Alun Rees Trophy for the men's scratch knockout as John Vickerstaff won the Captains Trophy and Andrew Creton and Alister Meredith won the pairs' Watkins Trophy.

Mike Unsworth and Barry Osborne won the Past Captains Plate and Grandpa Quaich respectively after extra holes, with all trophies to be presented at the club on November 8.

Tracy Buckland finished as Ladies Master Medaller after a round of nett 75 saw her top the leaderboard at the final medal competition of the year.

Results, October Medal, Div 1: Caroline Fairhurst 75; Heather Priestley 75; Sandra Jones 76.

Div 2: Elaine Morgan 76; Lesley Wicking 78; Jacqui Toogood 78.

Div 3: Tracy Buckland 75; Vicki Sach 75; Juliet Hagley 77.

Men, Div 1: Chris Tucker 70; Paul Shepherd 70; Andrew Creton 71.

Div 2: Adam Bishop 71; Howard Jones 72; Thomas Thurston 72.

Div 3: Steven Boyle 70; Andrew Lee 74; RIchard Tempany 76.

Midweek Stableford: Mike Walker 37; Peter Hancock 37; Louis Doe 37.

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