Launceston Golf Club
Winter Roll up Individual Stableford — February 19
FIFTEEN ladies played real winter golf in this one, however, they were all very pleased to get out and enjoy the fresh air and a good walk plus of course the company of the other players.
Beth Ratcliffe said: “It was good to be reminded what fun our ladies golf days can be. We are all ready to go, just waiting for appropriate weather.”
1st Linda Mullins 24pts; 2nd Beth Ratcliffe 23pts (o/c); 3rd Teona Chegwyn 23pts (o/c); 4th Liz Hicks 23pts
4BBB — February 16
SEVENTY seniors took to the course on Tuesday, February 16 to play a four ball better ball competition in very good conditions considering all the recent rain.
1st D Richards, J Wright 35pts; 2nd M Jefferies, P Jillings 34pts; 3rd R Loughran, C Gynn 33pts; 4th J Mullins, T Swords 33pts; 5th M Barriball, J Rumbold 32pts. There were 5-2s each winning 8 balls: J Mullins, D Bundy, P Jillings, D T Price, A Parker.
Rodney Duke said: “Matches for March are selected and there are nine matches in April so a quiet time for seniors!
“On Wednesday we received the sad news of the death of Derek Davey — he was a highly respected member of Launceston Golf Club, and we pass on our deepest sympathy to Helen and the Davey family.”
Bowood Park Golf Club
THE seniors opened their new season with an away match at Newquay on Monday, February 15.
Playing in sunshine was a bit of a novelty but a cold breeze across Fistral resulted in all wearing everything they could lay their hands on.
The match turned out to be a very close contest and finished in a most honourable 4-points-all draw.
The contest for nearest the pin at the par three, 16th hole was won for Bowood by Graham Garrod and by Eric Thomas for Newquay but the par three, 14th proved to be an expensive affair for Bowood’s Win Freeman whose hole in one left him hastily checking his golf insurance to face the inevitable bar bill — the words ‘thank god for plastic’ were heard coming from that area.
Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club
Texas Scramble — February 21
A SMALLER than normal field tested out the winter weather at the weekend, but spring will soon be here to draw out a bigger
Paul Cobb, Len Hancock, Doug Thom & Ron Gilbert 63.4; Norman Tucker, Alan Cottle, Victor Cornish & John Taylor 68.3; Steve Smith, John Fensom & Llew Courtenay 69.2