Sidmouth Charles Stanley Monday stableford success for James Billingsley

Trigger (Stuart Cole) plays a shot at Sidmouth. Trigger (Stuart Cole) plays a shot at Sidmouth.

Thursday, July 24, 2014
11:26 AM

It proved to be a high scoring day during the latest playing of the Charles Stanley Monday stableford, writes Chris Roberts.

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With the top three players scoring into the forties it was a day for handicaps to be cut!

James Billingsley secured the top spot on 42 points resulting in a new handicap for him of eleven.

Second and third places where decided on countback with both players recording 41 points.

It fell to the legend that is Kym White to take the honour from Paul Blay.

The chasing pack was lead by Ian Roberts with a good score of 38, but just not enough on this particular day.

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