BADGEMORE PARK triumphed at the BB&O Alliance event held at Harewood Downs Golf Club.
The main competition was the BB&O Alliance team event trophy for the best four-ball better ball which the Badgemore team of Greg Cooper, Stuart Sinclair, Terry Killick and Danny Fois won with 82 points.
A two-ball better ball event was also won by Cooper and Sinclair with 43 points.
Meanwhile Division 1 of the midweek medal competition held at Badgemore was won by G Chandler with 69 points. Second and third on countback were N Cole and R McKee respectively.
Division 2 was won by R Moore with 40 points with B George second on 35 and I Schwartz third on countback. The Saturday Division 1 medal was won by G Gaffney with 68 points with D Haddock and W Hayden second and third on 69. M Tracey took the honours in Division 2 with 63 points with T Howse second on 67 and M O’Keefe third on 68. Division 3 was won by J Tugwell with 42 points with D Weston runner-up on 39 and S Jeffs third on 38.
Division 1 of the Sunday medal was won by C Miller with 66 points. A Whyles was runner-up on countback with G Cooper third on 67. J Sears won Division 2 with 65 points with F Hanham second on 66 and S Arlett third on 69. Division 3 was won by L Hines with 42 points with S Thompson second on 38 and G Cheese third on countback.
On Saturday Mark Stevens won the Hallmark Bowl competition with a score of 39 points. In second place with 38 points on countback from five other players was junior Calum Miller and third Adrian Cobb.
The Springs captain and lady captain have raised £12,956 for two charities during their year of office 2013/14.
Kevin Hawkins and Gill Hamilton-Smith have raised a club record for their respective charities - Hounds for Heroes and the Oxford branch of Parkinson’s UK.
Hounds for Heroes provides specially-trained assistance dogs for injured and disabled men and women who have served in our armed forces and emergency services. The Oxford branch of Parkinson’s offers information, friendship and support to local people, together with their families and carers.
On Thursday of last week a cheque for £6,478 was presented to Allen Parton, the founder of Hounds for Heroes, himself disabled in the first Gulf War. Parkinson’s will receive their cheque next month.
The ladies figured prominently in last weekend’s Stableford competition at Caversham Heath.
They won both Division 1 and 2 and finished runner-up in Division 3.
Anne Smith claimed the Division 1 prize with 40 points. Second was Richard Craven on countback from Matthew Perry, both with 38.
Division 2 winner was Wendy Bushell with 40 points. Runner-up was Alan Schofield on countback from Stephen Thumwood, both with 37.
Nigel Eyre triumphed in Division 3 with 39 points. Sheila Evans was second, on countback from Daniel Dover and Kjersti Cannon, all with 37. The midweek medal Division 1 was won by Robert Davidson with a net 70. Runner-up was Stephen Beresford, on countback from Edward Houghton and Thomas Parker, all with net 71.
Division 2 winner was Brian Dilley with net 69. Second was Chris Fuller with net 74 and third was Colin Parkes, on countback from Lynne Rumbold, all with net 75.
Edward Houghton and Thomas Parker won the junior foursomes knock-out. In the final they defeated Matt Robertson and Barney Wytchard.
Caversham junior Archie Smith finished runner-up in the boys’ 13 and under section at the Berks Bucks and Oxon Golf Partnership’s 2013 Champion of Champions event, held at Mill Ride last week.