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Sunday, 24 September 2017
HENLEY Golf Club’s Paul Goddard held his captain’s day competition last Saturday where it proved to be a stroll in the park for the eventual winner Richard Bull.
Playing off a handicap of 17, Bull recorded three twos on his way to a Stableford score of 43 points, the highest winning total for some years.
Six-handicapper Alan Gaffney scored 40 points to take the runner-up spot which was one point better than Ian Heggie and Jason Livy. Andrew Carmichael and Nigel Woolven were a point further back in fifth and sixth spot respectively.
The 19+ section was won by Brian Douglas with a score of 42 points which was one point better than Kelvin Logan.
The ladies’ competition was won by Gill Mitchell with a score of 39 points which was one point better than the ladies’ vice-captain Ann Thomas. Delia Norris, Karen Pollard and Irene Ferretti were three points adrift with 35 points.
The junior prize was won by Angus Harris-White with a score of 40 points which was two points better than runner-up Leo Allen. Angus playing off four recorded five birdies in a gross level par score of 70.
The ladies also held their monthly medal in conjunction with the Centenary Trophy. Coming top in Division 1 was Karen Pollard with a score of net 69 which was a shot better than Clare Dodds and Rachel Hall. Janet Lawson was in fourth place with a net 73 which was two shots better than Maggi Buffin. Division 2 was claimed by Harriet Wynn Jones with a score of level par net 70 which was two shots better than runner-up Caroline Archibald.
The winner of the trophy and Division 3 was Nikki Donohoe with a score of net 64 which was eight shots better than Jacquie McCourt whilst Division 4 was won by Mary-Jane Crerar with a score of net 71 which was one shot better than Taissia Foum-Cheshire.
The extra Stableford competition played on Friday of last week proved successful for John Mitchell with a score of 41 points which was three points better than John Dowty and Anthony Allen.
24 July 2017