Saturday, 22 September 2018

Peart has the edge to secure league honours

THERE were tight finishes in all three division of the monthly weekend Stableford at Caversham Heath Golf Club on

THERE were tight finishes in all three division of the monthly weekend Stableford at Caversham Heath Golf Club on Saturday.

Division 1 was decided on countback with Callum Peart getting the nod from Chris Green, both with 36 points. Countback was also utilised to decide third place with Dave Stankard just edging out Mark Oglesby, both with 33 points.

Peart had even nines of 18 points while Green lost out by virtue of a nil return on the back nine, despite a birdie on his final hole.

Stankard, who recorded 11 pars in his round, held off the challenge of Oglesby, who recorded birdies on the 16th and 17th holes, negated by three nil returns on the backward stretch.

Division 2 winner was Andy Holmes with 41 points, just one point ahead of runner-up Colin Stoute with 40 points.



Third was Lee Kirton with 38 points. Holmes scored 20 points on both the front and the back, including a birdie on the 17th hole. Stoute lost out after finishing double bogey, bogey, bogey.

Nigel Eyre came top of the pile in Division 3 with 37 points. Runner-up was Javier Dieguez with 36 points.

Third was Eric Munn on countback from Daniel Dover and Mark Russell, all with 34 points. Munn scored 21 points on his back nine.

Runner-up Dover missed out by recording two nil returns on his back nine while a triple bogey and four bogeys in succession ended Russell’s challenge.

Twos were recorded by Julie Daniels, Javier Dieguez, Andy Horn, Mark Oglesby, Geoff Parlour and Neil Scott (eighth hole), Chris Green and Darren Bonney and Andy Holmes.

Mervyn Jones took the honours in Division 1 of the midweek Stableford with 39 points. Second was Colin Stoute with 36 points and third was Colin Leighton with 33.

Division 2 winner was Caroline Dover thanks for a back nine of 23 points on countback from Ralph Lambert, both with 36 points. Third was Daniel Dover on countback from Tony Flood, both with 32 points.

Twos were recorded by Lynne Rumbold and Stephen Beresford.



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