Mulligan aid appreciated by Sidmouth ladies

PUBLISHED: 12:16 08 January 2015 | UPDATED: 12:16 08 January 2015

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The New Year started for the Sidmouth lady golfers with a fun competition in quite challenging rainy conditions, writes Penny Ashby.

The format included the gift of no less than four mulligans in the course of the round.

Even one mulligan, (this is a free second shot), is normally a welcome bonus!

The mulligan is named after a member at Winged Foot who always hit a second shot off the first tee and counted it as his first!

On this occasion the competition was won by Jane Renken with 36 points.

Jane will probably not mind us pointing out that she found a red Buddha on the first tee which undoubtedly helped her to a winning score!

Liz Chance, the outgoing captain, came in second with 34 points, followed closely by Sheila Tallon with 33 points.


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