McCance in winning form at Honiton GC


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TWELVE year old Hayden McCance posted an impressive 64 net to win the March medal competition at Honiton GC, writes Liz Rogers.

The other stand-out performer was Andy Morris, who posted a net 65 winning the Division Two section in the process.

The popular Saturday members stableford roll-up, known as the circus was won by Mike Williams with 38 points on count back from Jim Parker. Both were overshadowed by the hole in one achieved by Darren Morgan on the tenth.

The final of the Winter Matchplay pairs was contested in blustery conditions on Sunday with the AM Plate Competition taking place alongside it.

In the final, Jake Phillips and Andrew Wall beat Jim Wallis and Bob Cleal 4 and 3.

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Tim Welch and Johno Barker won the plate p with 40 points.

Mixed section members played for the Monthly Chivers Trophy. The format was greensome stableford and playing partners were allocated by a draw.

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At one point the sun was shining and then a couple of times the hail on the greens reminded everyone that Spring may be coming but winter is still hovering.

The winners of the goblets this month were Hilda Hoepelman and Jason Gosling with 42 points.

Second place went to Linda Northover and club captain Stewart Slater with 37 points.Third were Su Calver and John Frith (34pts)

Foursomes are always interesting because you never know where your partner is going to put their shot - possibly in a bunker or the trees!

Winners of the Coronation Foursomes were Eaton and Tricia Swindell with 32 points.

In second place on countback were Mona Carter and Diana Gee.

In the foursomes stableford, Gill Johnson and Liz Rogers led the way with 35 points, scoring 23 points on the first nine and then only 12 on the last nine.

Eaton and Swindell were second with 32 points and Elizabeth Wood and Lesley Farley were a point behind in third.

Winner of the 10-hole foursomes stableford were Louise Gray and Judith Newbery with eight points.

The last six holes in a Bowmaker competition either make or break a three-ball score, and some of the seniors really nailed it in their event last Friday.

The best effort was from John Frith, Bill Eaton and Bob Cockett, who came in with 82 points, but they were pushed all the way by Eric Short, John Vessey and Howard Pritchard with 80 points.

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