Sidmouth seniors share spoils at Mienhead to secure overall 8-4 victory.

Golf Golf

Friday, July 11, 2014
8:10 AM

Sidmouth seniors had their away return match at Minehead on Monday of this week when, despite the threat of thunder and rain, the weather behaved itself, writes Chris Grubb.

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Minehead is a near links course on the sea edge and makes for a delightful change to the hilly park-like course at Sidmouth.

Seniors captain Nigel Sharp, playing with Graham Vincent lost their match four-and-three after being one down at the ninth.

Second out were the pairing of Rod Wallace and Colin Mitchell who were three-and-two winners.

Next out Chris Grubb and Barry Jones made a good recovery and halved their match despite being three down after nine holes.

Fourth out David Bromage and Paul Blay won four-and-three, this after being five up at 12 and fifth out were Ray Gunston and Ken Rothwell who halved a close match with six holes halved on the back nine.

Last out were Dieter Ritz and Charles Brown who lost four-and-three, unable to recover after losing four of the first five holes.

The end result was that the away leg of the match was halved so giving Sidmouth seniors an overall 8-4 success over the two matches home and away.

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