Hurley seals stableford qualifier success at Woodbury Park

PUBLISHED: 10:13 09 July 2015 | UPDATED: 10:13 09 July 2015

Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000

Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000

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The ladies’ roll-up, the monthly Stableford Qualifier, had a very good attendance on both the Oaks and Acorns, writes Carole Pye.

The winner on the Oaks was Susan Carr with 33 points followed by Diana Jacob (31). Val Dillon’s better back nine gave her third place with 30 points. Ann Hurley’s excellent 39 made her the outright Acorns winner with Jacky Start runner-up on 36 just edging out Christine Ashton with a better back nine.

The mid-week stableford competition continues to grow. Out of nearly 60 players, Peter Lawrence’s 42 took first

place ahead of David Priestner’s 40.

Playing a Multiplier competition in groups of three, the clear winners of the seniors’ roll-up were Don Johns, Graham Nye and Rob Hayman with a score of 98 followed by Don Holding, Adrian Foster and Roy Down (92).

The weekend competition for the men was an individual stableford. After countback the winner of the first division, with 38 points, was David Cooling just nudging Andy Blakemore into second place. Graham Murray (38) took the second division followed by Mark Hayne just one point behind on 37. Terry Wheatley took the third division with 37 points ahead of Jack Veale’s 35.

The ladies’ weekend competition was a Ping four-ball better ball qualifier.

Scoring 46 points gave Jackie Evans and Kim Burgess the winning slot ahead of Lyn Playford and Wendy Taylor (44). The winners may become eligible to go forward to play in the knockout at Gainsborough Golf Club.


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