Victor Ludoram Cup presented to Douglas Goodall at Sidmouth Golf Club
- Credit: Archant
Sidmouth seniors invited their wives and partners to an end of season dinner held at the Golf Club on Monday evening, writes Chris Grubb.
This is the final dinner of the year for the seniors section when it is out with the old and in with the new captain.
The event has proved to be very popular with 70 attending followed by a further 60 the following week.
Retiring seniors captain Nigel Sharp spoke about his year, and in particular highlighted the legacy of the new stone bridge over the ditch on the 13th fairway to mark the 125th anniversary of the formation of the Golf Club.
The seniors have also raised during the year a further £1500 for the club captain’s charity.
You may also want to watch:
It has been a very successful year for the seniors section of the Golf Club and Nigel was very grateful to all the members of the seniors section for the help and support given to him during the year.
The Victor Ludoram cup was also presented to Douglas Goodall as the overall winner of the highest aggregate stableford points for the seniors’ competition during the season, with a minimum of 10 rounds, his average of 34 points made him an impressively consistent golfer and worthy winner.
- 1 Sidmouth candidates looking for your vote at the County Council elections
- 2 Three Barbaras and a dog move in at Lockyer Lodge
- 3 Town council vacancies to be filled at the ballot box
- 4 Fundraising heroine Diana is sitting pretty at 98
- 5 Otter Valley candidates get ready for County Council elections
- 6 Hotels are reopening soon - lets hope they can stay that way
- 7 The return of Covid to the streets of Sidmouth, and what St George did next!
- 8 Art shop thanks customers who have shown support
- 9 Tributes paid to GP who dedicated 36 years to Sid Valley patients
- 10 Paedophile hunters' sting in Sidbury leads to prosecution