Some very good scoring resulted in the competition with Graham Harris the deserved clear winner on 43 points. Ladies took the next 3 places (despite ceding 2 shots): Gina Jillett 40, Norma Lynch 39 and Maureen Slade 39. After the competition, players enjoyed nibbles and drinks accompanied by autumnal gusts.
Nearest-the-pin-in-two prizes were won by John Ritchie (15th) and Greg Saunders (17th).
In the associated Top Dog Trophy, Tim Meyer maintains his lead 20 points clear at present.
The well deserved winner with 63 was Gary Flounders. A fine level par 69 earned new member Philip Midgley-Carver 2nd place with 65 with the Paul Grand beating Guy Saintfiet on back 9 for 3rd placed 69. Best lady was Ann Gardner 4th on 67.
In the associated Anniversary Trophy Kerry Sargeant leads the Paul Grand by one with just the Silver Jubilee to go. However, there are many players well positioned after just 2 Jubilees.
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Trevor Allen Open
Centurions with only 6 entrants had two representatives in the first six, most notably the winner John Toygar. Best RPGC and lady competitor was Debra Dempster, second on 65, beating John Morris on the back 9.
Richmond Park win back the Keys Trophy!
White Lodge Friendly
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The winner of the August Monthly Medal with a net 71 was new arrival Kate Emmanuel playing in her first handicap qualifier. Second was Doreen Dolby with a net 72. And third with a net 73, another recent joiner Debra Dempster.
John Ritchie played out of his skin shooting a 61 to win the August Monthly Medal with Matt Mandelbaum, John Morris and Greg Albertyn’s glorious 65s being separated by better back 9s.
Highlight of the day was a hole-in-one from Richard Kenwood at the first hole – well done Richard!
The associated Grand Medal Trophy now has John Morris leading – 5 clear from Stan Potts.
The Ladies retained the trophy with an overall draw, for the second year running.
The Captains’ Day
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The overall winner of Captains Day with a net score of 70 was Jini Beacham. Norma Lynch was runner up with a net score of 71.
A thoroughbred 65 performance from Tim Meyer clinched the Captains’ day (men) prize despite a class act from runner-up Graeme Syme with 67. There were 68’s for Matt Mandelbaum and Yuki Hiro Ushido, taking 3rd and 4th places respectively.
Men’s CSS computed to 1 less than SSS @ 69. Men’s handicap list…
Barking with fresh authority, Tim Meyer extends his lead in the Top Dog Trophy to 20 points with Messrs. Sargeant, Syme and Oddono in pursuit.