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Arnold Quick Salvers

Article Published: Tuesday 12th September 2017 15:48:32 pm

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It was a full field for the Arnold Quick Salvers on Sunday, a mixed foursomes competition, which was Mr. Quick’s favourite format. Near gale force winds make the going tough, but nevertheless, Liam Wilson and Jemma Jackson managed to rack up an amazing 44 points to win it. Lady Captain Marilyn Clarke and son Luc Gagne were in second place with 37 points. And Harry Sanderson and Claire Vaughan took third on count back with 35 points, just ahead of Angela and Andrew Vaughan.

Photo shows Jemma Jackson, one winner of the Arnold Quick Salvers, along with Anthea Coffey, Arnold’s daughter, and his great granddaughters Amalia and Zara Coffey.

The shot of the day had to be when Alexander Coffey, Arnold Quick’s grandson, hit his fourth shot on the seventh from 50 yards out in the right rough, straight into the hole for a par.

In the Saturday Stableford, Bill Burns emerged victorious with 41 points. Just behind in second place was David Partridge with 40 points. And jack Brooker took third on count back with 39 points, pipping Philip Thornton.

The ladies played a non-qualifying stableford on their day due to course maintenance. Linda Hayles was the winner with 33 points. Several ladies finished with 31 points, with second place awarded on count back to Joan Stevenson.


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