Lessons are paying off!
The premier men's competition of the year, The Spring Meeting took place on Saturday, and despite the challenges faced there were some fantastic scores. Tom Duncalf with a 134 total helped by a seven birdie 65 in the afternoon finished five shots clear of Liam Gobin (which I actually thought was not possible!) with older brother Jack finishing 3rd. Great golf Tom!
The nett competition was won by one of our junior members Joe Reynolds who stood on the 7th tee in the afternoon three under par playing off a handicap of 9. He kept it all together and finished with a nett 63. Well done Joe. The top 16 gross scores will now play another 36 holes this Saturday competing for the Lord Delamere.
|1st||Tom Duncalf (-2)||69||65||134||-6|
|2nd||Liam Gobin (-5)||68||71||139||-1|
|3rd||Jack Duncalf (0)||75||73||148||+8|
|1st||Joseph Reynolds (9)||73||63||136||-4|
|2nd||Tom Duncalf (-2)||71||67||138||-2|
|3rd||Ken Craven (5)||69||71||140||LEVEL|
It is always nice to see members topping leaderboards that have regular lessons. Sue Puffett's lessons are certainly paying off recently, after a 3rd place in the medal last week after a 71, she took the honours in the weekend stableford with a very impressive but not surprising 41 points to win by 5 points. Well done Sue, keep up the good work.
1st - Sue Puffett - 41 points
2nd - Kerry O'Connor - 36 points
A very impressive seven ladies beat their handicap in the Coronation Trophy last week with Kim Davies taking the honours and winning a major with 40points. Sue Friar and Carol Liversidge finished 2nd and 3rd one point behind Kim. Well done ladies.