Headland wins Winters Trophy
A SMALL field contested the Winners Trophy at Bassingbourn Golf Club with some qualifying players being posted on duty and being unable to play. The winner was John Headland who qualified through two medal wins and recorded a score of 82 (Nett 62), while
A SMALL field contested the Winners Trophy at Bassingbourn Golf Club with some qualifying players being posted on duty and being unable to play.
The winner was John Headland who qualified through two medal wins and recorded a score of 82 (Nett 62), while in second place was John Holt with a score of 80 (Nett 63) while third was John Moody 76 (Nett 65).
The finals of each of the matchplay competitions have all now been played with John Holt winning the Singles Knockout by beating Tony Fryer in the final.
The Doubles Knockout was won by Fryer and Chris Halliday who beat Holt and Terry Domagala in the final, while the Matchplay League final was won by senior captain Cyril Harris who beat Domagala in the final.
The October Hackers Division Two was won by Mick Riley (34 points) beating John Headland (32). Division One was won by Cyril Harris on 32 points with P Miller winning the longest drive and John Headland getting Nearest the pin.
John Headland's fine series of wins was rounded off by victory in the Poppy Day Medal with a creditable 80 (Nett 60). Harris was second on 77 (Nett 61) and Dave Cresser third on 79 (Nett 63).
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