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Friday, 22 September 2017
SEVEN handicapper Andrew Carmichael ran out winner in the annual running of the Floate Cup at Henley Golf Club last week.
Carmichael hit a three under par net 67 to claim the trophy. Dave Crooks was the only other player to beat his handicap with a net 69 to take the runners-up spot.
Level pars of net 70 were recorded by Martyn Metcalfe and Tony Hayden-Cadd to take third and fourth place respectively.
The ladies’ National Golf Challenge competition resulted in a win for Helga Keay in the top division with 36 points which was three better than runner-up Maggi Buffin. Harriet Wynn-Jones claimed Division 2 with a score of 38 points which was two better than Sharon Chamberlain. Ngairey Palin was third with 35 points. Division 3 was won by Cindy Weight with a score of 37 points which was two better than Val Cumming and Miriam Dalton whilst Division 4 and the trophy went to Sheila Needham with a score of 40 points. Sue Jennings was runner-up with 39 points.
The Junior Spring classic took place on Sunday resulting in a win for Leo Allen in Division 1 with a score of 35 points which was two points better than Tom Hancock. Division 2 was won by Fergus Heggie with 43 point, six shots better than runner-up Richard Latimer.
The seniors’ Spring Cup competition took place on Monday and past captain Craig Breeze took the spoils with a score of 40 Stableford points. Alan Brunskill claimed second spot with a score of 38 points on countback from Peter Ferretti and Peter Gould.
29 May 2017