Bowood Park Golf Club
Away Match v St?Enodoc — Friday March 10
BOWOOD made the short journey to near rivals St Enodoc only to be sent home with little joy after being beaten by just a point.
There was plenty of well behaved banter amongst old friends and some welcome well behaved weather to make the day even more enjoyable.
The nearest the pin contest for Bowood at the par 3, 5th hole was won by Chris Woolley while the Par 3 15th was won by St?Enodoc’s captain for the day, Des Kelly.
Bude Golf Club
Home Match v Launceston — Wednesday, March 8
BUDE Seniors hosted their counterparts on a day where the odd rain shower made things very difficult.
Captain of the day Ian Hemmings knew that he had a tough fixture looking at the handicaps of the visitors, but in the end it didn’t matter as they ran out easy winners.
Alan Cottle was the nearest the pin for Bude on the 10th hole with Robin Johnson the same for Launceston.
I Hemmings & Llew Courtenay halved with D Slee & A Bessell; L Hancock & J Fensom beat M Ryan & A Parker 4&3; D Owen & D Latter beat L Clements & P Roach 4&2; R Ellis & D Thom beat D Reynolds and R Loughran 2&1; N Wallace & A Thorpe lost to A Tyler & D Medland 5&4; B O’Mahony & P Deely beat J Doleman & S Hadfield 4&3; A Harris & B Sykes beat F Griffiths & R Johnson 2&1; A Cottle & V Cornish beat A Ferguson & J Smithies 2&1
Holsworthy Golf Club
Men’s Medal — Sunday, March 12
Div One: 1st: S Moore — 71 nett; 2nd: I Moore —72 nett; 3rd: K Kenny — 73 nett
Div Two: 1st: P Walter — 69 nett (c/b); 2nd: L Ellender — 69 nett; 3rd: I Lorraine — 73 nett
Founders Trophy — Sunday, March 12
1st: P Walter; 2nd: L Ellender; 3rd: M Everton
Launceston Golf Club
Daily Mail Foursomes (Round 1) — Saturday, March 4
WENDY Briggs and Emma Harvey from Launceston Golf Club, are through to the second round of the Daily Mail foursomes after beating their St Mellion counterparts.
Played in the most appalling conditions in wind, rain and hail, they came through to win 1 up on the 20th hole.
13-Hole Stableford — Thursday, March 9
THURSDAY, March 9 was a lovely warm day (for a change).
Thirteen ladies enjoyed a reduced 13-hole stableford competition with Sarah Ockwell edging out Irene Bessell by a point.
1st: S Ockwell — 25pts; 2nd: I Bessell — 24pts — (c/b); 3rd: L Mullins — 24pts (c/b)
St Piran’s Day Competition — Sunday, March 5
WITH the forecast looking bad, the annual St Piran’s Day competition was postponed.
Daily Mail Foursomes (First Round) — Friday, March 10
LAST Friday saw the pairing of James Barton and Alan Creber take on their Bude counterparts at Launceston Golf Club.
On what was probably the nicest day of the week, Barton and Creber emerged victorious on the 17th hole.
Individual?Stableford — Tuesday, March 7
IT WAS another wet and windy Tuesday
when the brave golfers of Launceston played an individual stableford.
The winner was John Rumbold, who just got the better of Derek Medland and Rodney?Duke.
There were only three twos on the day just to demonstrate the difficulty of the course.
1st: J Rumbold; 2nd: D Medland; 3rd: R Duke
Away Match v Bude — Wednesday, March 8
LAUNCESTON visited Bude for their opening match of the season and were on the wrong end of a comprehensive defeat.
Again the weather was dismal with rain, gales and mist making the conditions difficult for all concerned.
Robin Johnson was nearest the pin for Launceston with Alan Cottle likewise for Bude.
D Slee & A Bessell halved with I Hemmings & L Courtenay; A Tyler & D Medland beat N Wallace & A Thorpe 5&4; M Ryan & A Parker lost 4&3 to L Hancock & J Fensom; J Doleman & S Hadfield lost 4&3 to B O’Mahony & P Deely; L Clements & P Roach lost 4&2 to D Owen & D Latter; D Reynolds & R Loughran lost 2&1 to R Ellis & D Thom; F Griffiths & R Johnson lost 2&1 to B Sykes & A Harris; A Ferguson & J Smithies lost 2&1 to A Cottle & V Cornish