Gaillard and Osborne take the prizes at Heydon Grange
SUMMER finally came to Heydon Grange for the Captain's Day last Sunday as over 60 golfers teed off in the warm sunny weather to play for the captain s and lady captain s trophies. The first groups went out at 8am and the final group made it back just afte
SUMMER finally came to Heydon Grange for the Captain's Day last Sunday as over 60 golfers teed off in the warm sunny weather to play for the captain's and lady captain's trophies.
The first groups went out at 8am and the final group made it back just after 2pm, exhausted but elated from playing in fine weather at last.
The eventual winner of the men's Trophy was David Gaillard, who amassed a very creditable 41 points.
There were a number of guests, including past captains and past club champions, with Steve Lang, a past captain, taking the best men's guest and overall best guest with 36 points.
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Mike Noble was nearest the pin and Simon Grant, also a guest, hit the longest drive.
For the ladies, Wendy Osborne lifted the trophy with 32 points on countback from Jean Black.
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Tina Broadley, a past ladies' club champion, took the prize for best lady guest.
Other prize winners from the Ladies were Eilan Moses, Rezan Muir and Osborne again.
The day was in aid of this year's club charity, East Anglia's Children's Hospice, and over �1,700 was raised on the day.