Lipscombe wins Jim Webb Trophy

PUBLISHED: 15:41 07 November 2011

Duncan Lipscombe, left, receiving the Jim Webb trophy from vice-captain Ken Hart.

Duncan Lipscombe, left, receiving the Jim Webb trophy from vice-captain Ken Hart.


DUNCAN LIPSCOMBE was crowned winner of the Jim Webb Trophy recently.

The Heydon Grange Venerable won the stableford competition with 144 points with the runner-up spot going to Richard Pepper (142), while Mickey Breedon and John Searle shared third place with 141 points.

The event took place across eight rounds between March and October, counting each competitor’s best four scores as their total.

The Jim Webb Trophy was the last competition counting towards the 2011 Order of Merit event which saw winner Colin Edge triumph over runner-up Dave Watts and third-placed John Searle.


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