Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club

Ladies Section

Medal — Wednesday, July 3

Winner: Jill Tucker — nett 75; Runner-up: Shirley Percy — nett 75

Gardiner Cancer Spoon — Sunday, July 14

Winner: Maggie Hooper — 43pts; Runner-up: Annie Quartermain — 39pts

Rose Bowl Final — Tuesday, July 16

KAY Dinsdale won a close contest against Jill Tucker on the 17th hole.

Vice President’s Cup — Thursday, July 18

COLLETTE Burgess, having qualified for this competition earlier in the year played Jan Harrison from Launceston in the first-round of the East Division.

The match was played at Trethorne and Collette won on the 17th hole.

Annodata (round four) — Sunday, July 21

BUDE were drawn to play East Devon on home soil and eased to a 5-0 victory and a place in the last 32 against Kingsdown Golf Club from Wiltshire.

The team was Hana Dabrowski (captain), Kay Dinsdale, Mandy Congdon, Charlotte Britton and Colette Burgess, ably supported by their caddies.

Coronation Foursomes Regional Final — Tuesday, July 23

COLLETTE Burgess and Hana Dabrowski played in the regional finals at Frilford Heath, Oxfordshire and scored 36 points in hot and windy conditions.

They had a nailbiting four-hour wait to see if they had won, as only one pair qualified for the final. They were eventually declared the winners and now go forward to the grand final to be held on the Eden Course at the world-famous St Andrews in Scotland.

Stableford — Sunday, July 28

Winner: Mandy Congdon — 45pts; Runner-up: Jill Britton — 39pts.

Launceston Golf Club

Seniors Section

Home match v ‘The Point’ (Polzeath) — Friday, August 2

THESE matches are always played as a four-ball, better-ball, matchplay, competition. The result being decided by adding the scores over a home, and an away leg.

There were seven pairs on each side, with ‘The Point’ winning the first leg at Polzeath with a score of 4.5-2.5. In the return match played at home on August 2, Launceston used their course knowledge to pull off a decisive win 5-2, meaning they won overall by 7.5 to 6.5.

This final result had gone right ‘down to the wire’ and was undecided until the final pairing of Dave Jackson and Les Clements beat their Polzeath opponents, 1-up on the final hole. Nearest the pin prize for Launceston was claimed by Martin Thompson.

Ladies Section

Jane C Trophy — Thursday, August 1

THE Jane C Trophy is a 15-hole competition for ladies over the age of 55.

Winner: Sarah Ross — 30pts (c/b); Runner-up: Julie Finch — 30pts; 3rd: Wendy Collins — 29pts.

August Stableford — Thursday, August 1

THE ladies under the age to play in the Jane C also played a stableford over 15 holes with Sally Harvey winning by two points from Jules Hester.

Winner: Sally Harvey — 25pts; Runner-up: Jules Hester — 23pts (c/b); 3rd: Anita Ley — 23pts.

Treleaven Salver — Saturday, August 3

THIS competition for the ladies is a foursomes stableford where the players play alternate shots in their pairs.

Winners: Jackie Whitehorn and Mandy Harvey — 33pts; Runners-up: Liz Hicks and Julie Goodman — 32pts (c/b); 3rd: Linda Mullins and Wendy Collins — 32pts.

Men’s Section

Treleaven Salver — July 27 and 28

THIS two-day competition is played as a stroke play in the first round and the stableford points on the Sunday are deducted to decide the winner, which was won by a point by Ben Wevill from Wayne Voden.

Round One

Winner: Ben Wevill (71-5) — 66; Runner-up: Des Kelly (80-11) — 69; 3rd: Darren Webber 79-9 = 70.

Round Two

Winner: Wayne Voden — 36pts; Runner-up: Colin Howard — 36pts; 3rd: Derek Medland — 36pts.


Winner: Ben Wevill (66-31) — 35; Runner-up: Wayne Voden (72-36) — 36; 3rd: Chris Turner (71-34) — 37.

Trethorne Golf Club

Juniors Section

Cornwall Golf Union Under 12 Mini Tour (round five) — Sunday, July 21

ST AUSTELL Golf Club hosted the fifth and final event of the Cornwall Golf Union Under 12 Mini Tour season on July 21, with four Trethorne members doing excellently.

On a warm day, William Uglow came third in the assisted category with Joab Atkins winning the access unassisted category.

In the overall order of merit standings, Isaac North finished third in the assisted category and Alfred Treeby finished third in the assisted category.