Friday, 21 September 2018

Cawthra rallies for Jubilee honours

HENLEY Golf Club ran the Jubilee Cup competition on Sunday and this proved a very successful day for 11–handicapper Mike

HENLEY Golf Club ran the Jubilee Cup competition on Sunday and this proved a very successful day for 11–handicapper Mike Cawthra.

Recording a gross one–under par 34 for the first nine Cawthra dropped shots at the next four holes but rallied with a birdie four on the 14th and finished with a gross 40 for the second nine and an overall net score of 63 to claim the cup.

Cliff Edwards also had a very good round when he recorded a net 64 to take the runner–up spot. Tim Arnold, Chris Maxted and Paul Thomalla recorded net 66s which was a shot better than Alan Wilson and Mike Walker.

Congratulations to club champion Marcus Lovelock and Steve Knott who recorded holes–in–one.

The ladies section held a stableford in conjunction with the Gwen Rawlings Trophy and Cancer Spoon.



Susie Ryan was the winner with a score of 39 points, a point better than Anne Kennedy and Gill Mitchell.

Caroline Thomas, Nikki Donohoe and Erica Brady recorded level–par 36 points. Clare Dodds recorded an eagle three on the last hole.

The annual Professionals day took place at Badgemore Park on Saturday, with 66 entrants competing for the claret jug Pros Day Trophy.

The winner was David Haddock, returning a score of 41 points from Derek Brown on 40 points who edged out David Whitehead on countback.

There was a tight finish to Division 1 in the Midweek stableford at Caversham Heath.

Tony Gonzalez (12hcp) took the honours, on countback from Lee Kirton (15hcp), both with 37 points.  Third was Steve Streak (14hcp) with 36 points.

Division 2 winner was Simon Dicketts (23hcp) with 38 points.  Runner–up was Martin Read (20hcp) with 35 points and third was Tony Cole (28hcp), on countback from Gordon Berry (24hcp), both with 32 points.

The only two of the competition was recorded by Nathan Snell on the 17th hole. Michael Stoute (11hcp) Nathan Snell (11hcp) and Colin Stoute (13hcp) won the Three Person Waltz competition, played off three quarters handicap allowance, with 75 points. Runners–up were Sunil Shah, Duncan Mee and Luis Mesquita with 69 points.



More News:

Latest video from

VIDEO: Tributes paid after rugby player's death
 

POLL: Have your say