The gents played for Alanís Putter on Sunday, an event delayed from Easter due to bad weather. This time it was a brilliant, sunny day, but the wind made the going difficult. Always a popular competition, the format is an 18 hole foursomes with a maximum handicap of 24.
Vince McAuley and Colin Shaw won it with an excellent 42 stableford points. The duo of Dan Leno and Michael Lockhart-Smith came in second with 40 points. And two teams finished with 39 points, with Peter Outtridge and Stuart Grimwade awarded third on count back, ahead of Scotty Boyle and Jake Wells.
The ladies played for silverware this week.
It was the Simonds Bowl, a medal competition with a maximum handicap of 28. Caroline Gard was on her usual fine form, winning the cup with 73 nett.
Caroline Grey and Tracey Taylor both came in at 76 nett, with Grey awarded second on count back.