Marshall lifts the Spring Cup at Woodbury Park

PUBLISHED: 19:22 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 19:22 24 April 2013

Seniors' Spring Cup winner, Tony Marshall with runners up Andrzej Sobczak (LH) and Sir Macolm Pledger (RH)

Seniors' Spring Cup winner, Tony Marshall with runners up Andrzej Sobczak (LH) and Sir Macolm Pledger (RH)

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The Woodbury Park seniors played the first major event of the season, The Spring Cup, writes Carole Pye.

There was a field of some 40 players and it was Tony Marshall, with an excellent score of 43, who was the overall winner ahead of Andrzej Sobczak (38).

The President’s played their first match of the season away at Holsworthy.

The ladies found the course quite windy and in places rather tricky, but interesting. All agreed it was a pleasant day and the 4-3 defeat, on an away course, was a great result.

The winner of the mid-week stableford competition was Steve Jarman with 41 points; Ian Kirk (36) was the runner-up.

The weekend was very busy with club competitions on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday the men played in the ‘Virgin Atlantic’, the ladies took part in an Individual stableford. Both of these competitions had an excellent turnout.

The men’s first division was won by John Dick on 37, followed by Stuart Winks (35). David McGregor with an impressive 42 took the second division he also won ‘The Virgin Atlantic’ competition.

Winning this event has qualified David to represent Woodbury Park in the professional/amateur regional finals to be played later this year; his partner will be Peter Laugher the Woodbury professional.

Robin Dummelow (37) was runner-up. The third division was won by Adrian Greenslade (39) just edging out David Skinner on 38.

The ladies’ silver division was won by Paula Cowl (30) just ahead of Angela Mullerworth on 29.The bronze division was taken by Wendy Taylor 32 points with Helen Nattrass runner-up on 29.

The ‘Foster Bowl’, which also took place over the weekend is a competition for ladies who, in the previous 12 months, had the best scores in the monthly competitions.

Well done Sara Beaven for winning the trophy for the second year running, Julie Chance was the runner-up.

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