Domagala wins April medal

PUBLISHED: 13:04 06 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:01 11 May 2010

SUNDAY saw Bassingbourn Golf Club's April medal competition which had an excellent turnout on a warm spring morning. The winner was Terry Domagala with a nett 60 and in second was John Headland who beat Richard Jones into third on count back with both pla

SUNDAY saw Bassingbourn Golf Club's April medal competition which had an excellent turnout on a warm spring morning.

The winner was Terry Domagala with a nett 60 and in second was John Headland who beat Richard Jones into third on count back with both players scoring a nett 63.

John Worral has been crowned the March Hackers' first division winner with the second division title going to Moya Allison with George Cooke second.

In other events, Cooke claimed the longest drive and Helen Verruchia was nearest the pin.

The next Hackers event is the April 15 meeting at 11.30am for a 12.00 start.

For more information visit www.bassingbourngolfclub.com

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