Exeter golf news – Hole in One!

Steve Boyd had his first hole in one on Saturday using a 7 iron on the Par 3 4th Hole. Congratulations Steve!

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MENS NEWS

Gents Fourball Betterball

John Hayman & John Ware won the Saturday Fourball betterball Competition with a fine score of 45 points. This beat the early starters (and first out group) of Roger Dickinson and James McMurdo. Rounding off the prize winners were Malcolm Gifford & Robert Simpson, beating Chris Furzer and Mark Crouch on the Back 9 with 43 points.

The Captains Mail on Sunday team played on Sunday against East Devon, with East Devon having home advantage. On a glorious day, the East Devon team won 4 – 1. This didn’t reflect how tight all of the games were. The match was played in great spirits and we wish East Devon the best of luck in the next round

Exeter Golf News – ladies beat Woodbury Park to a victory in the Ladies Mail on Sunday

MIXED NEWS

The first Mixed trophy was played for this past Sunday. The Roper Cup is a long standing trophy played as a Greensomes stableford format. The winners of the event were Les & Pat Nicks with 43 points, beating Ben & Debbie More who had 42 points. The Vice Captain, John Fairman and his wife Tina came third, beating Colin and Jane Wayman into fourth place.

LADIES NEWS

The Ladies Mail on Sunday team played local rivals, Woodbury Park, yesterday and rounded out winners with a comfortable 5 – 0 victory. Match results as follows:
Gill Newbery WON 4 & 3
Ali Scoble Won 1 up
Gill Richards Won 4 & 3
Carol Rovira Won 3 & 1
Anne Norman Won 7 & 6

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Golf Pros Blog – Thursday 10th May

Greetings from Gary    Thursday, 10 May 2012

Directors Cup and Andrew Redfern Salver

The much anticipated Directors Cup was contested last weekend, with 92 golfers competing in the 36 hole event. The conditions for this annual fixture started out very cold for the 6.45am starters and did not get much warmer throughout the day. Cold winds set in and, with the course playing its true length due to the recent inclement weather, scoring was tough.

The winner of the handicap Directors Cup was a man in great form. George Robinson won the Laurie White OOM the previous week and followed it up with a fine 36 hole score of net 139 (+1) to take home the trophy.

Exeter members dominated the prizes with Stuart Jose taking second place in the overall net category, scoring 141. Third was Mark Taylor (yes – there is another one) from Tavistock. Another Exeter Member took 4th place, Dan Holt carding a net 142. Completing the Directors Cup prizes was Nick Bunn from Crediton Golf Club.

The Andrew Redfern Salver is played alongside the Directors Cup. This is the Scratch prize for the lowest gross score for the 2 rounds. Ryan Mapp claimed victory with a very good 36 hole score of 141 (+3). Ryan’s two rounds of 69 and 72 were enough to take 1st place from Peter Lawrence (71, 71; Woodbury Park) by a single shot. Also on 142 was the 1st round leader, David Blick (67, 75; East Devon).

Other prizes from the day were Best Gross AM won by Tom Woodhouse (71); Best Gross PM, James Smith (Yelverton, 67); Best Nett AM, Adrian Hansell (68) and Best Nett PM, Robert Allen (Broadstone, 66).

Congratulations to all the prize winners.

Ladies Medal 3 and Mercy Bowes

The ladies were again greeted with difficult playing conditions for their third medal of the year. Jane Wayman won the Silver division and Mercy Bowes with a net score of 71. This was good enough for a two-shot victory over Gill Whitehead. A shot further back and in third was Gill Newbery. Lady Captain Sheila Scott won the Bronze division 1 with a score of 72, with Beverley Meeke four shots adrift in second. Sandra Royston came in third with a score of 77. The bronze 2 division was a tight affair with three ladies producing the winning score of 81. Margret Drew was victorious via count back over Sharon Thorpe, who relegated Ann Harris-Deans into third.

Titleist FootJoy Assistants League

In only his third professional start on the PGA West Region, Steve Buzza won at Weston Super Mare to take the Titleist FootJoy Assistants league, event 2 title. After a quiet front nine Steve played the back nine in five under par, which included a run of four birdies in a row. His score of 66 was good enough for a one-shot victory. This is Steve’s second Professional win since turning pro in September.

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Regards,
Gary