Tallon, Thompson and Anning bag Texas Scramble success at Sidmouth
The right hat, right coat and right shoes were essential for the chilly conditions at Sidmouth for the latest ladies competition on Wednesday.
A sigh of relief greeted the dry weather after the recent wet Wednesdays!
The Green keepers continue to do sterling work battling the elements and keeping the course open for us to pursue that little white ball!
Wednesday was a fun competition, a Texas Scramble, which saw 26 ladies out on the course taking part.
Despite the chilly wind and cold hands some teams managed to come in with good scores.
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Kerry’s delicious warming hot soup was a popular choice once back in the clubhouse.
The winners with a net score of 62.6 were the two Sheila’s (Tallon and Thomson) and Yvonne Anning, and in second place were Anna Bath, Anne Blackler and Ros Eaton with 67.1.
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The only two of the day was achieved by Sidmouth lady captain, Anne Blackler, even though she suffered an injury to her hand from Liz Chance’s seven iron in the changing room before the competition, (this was an accident not an attempted sabotage act!)
Next week is the last competition of 2012 a Christmas Cracker so fingers crossed for more dry weather.