Woodbury Park joy for Lawrence

PUBLISHED: 11:02 10 April 2015 | UPDATED: 11:02 10 April 2015

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The time is upon us when memberships have to be renewed again, and the winter competitions at Woodbury Park have been resolved, writes John Bridgman.

The Oaks course Winter Eclectic result covers four divisions for the men, and one for the ladies.

Peter Lawrence won the -3 to +7 with a fine score of 55. David Sandry with 62 won the 8-14 handicap section and Duane Greenslade the 15-21 section on 65.

Ross Lambeth on 74 was home first in the 22-28 section. In the ladies’ section 0-36, Sara Beaven won with a fine score of 73.

The seniors’ Eclectic saw Robin Drake win Division One with 54 from Tony Marshall on 51.

Trevor Eardley scored 55 beating Rob Dart into second place with 58 in Division Two.

The Acorns Eclectic result was a win for John Day on 57, followed in with 56 apiece by Lee Dumreck and Pat Thomas in second and third places respectively.

Their midweek stableford was won by Jeff Easterbrook with 39 points from, in second place, Dumbreck on 35. Third was Pat Thomas on 34.

Midweek Stableford on the Oaks was a win for David McGregor with 37 points from second-placed Peter Baldwin on 36. Peter Lawrence settled for third place with 35.

Last weekend’s stableford, divided into three divisions, saw Martin Pitcher win Division One with 36 points and a better back nine, from David Cockayne Junior

Third with 34 points was John Breading.

Jon Parker with 34 points won Division Two from Colin Gray scoring 33. Paul Grocock came in third with 32 points.

Division Three saw Gary Anstead home in first place with 36 points and Terry Wheatley second on 34. Ian Kirk was third with 33.

Now the real fun starts as competitions galore will take place during the summer months along with matches against many local clubs.

We look forward to achieving much success during that time, so play well all of you that are keen to participate.

Happy whacking.

Cheers, John

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