Sidmouth Upper Crust stableford success for Stuart Cole
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The Upper Crust Monday Stableford was decimated by the weather this week, only ten (fool) hardy souls braved the wind and the rain, writes John Barnard.
It was the day for players who can handle strong winds and not be distracted by the elements and Stuart Cole won with 35 points.
A steady round with just the one birdie. The holes nearer the coast are the strongest test as that is where the wind blows the hardest and only one shot was dropped on the first and last three holes, so well played Stuart.
In second place was Jeremy Holden who had a fairly disastrous front nine but suddenly from the twelfth hole, he parred in, seven pars on the trot to score 33 points.
Moray Bosence was third with 32 points, two ‘blobs’ on the back nine wrecking his card
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