Victory for Joan – at the double
JOAN SMITH had a double celebration at the weekend – winning both the alternate ladies bogey competition and the LGU Medal at Royston Golf Club. Her score of +3 took the bogey title ahead of Karen Pearson, and her four-round total of 291 was good enough
JOAN SMITH had a double celebration at the weekend - winning both the alternate ladies bogey competition and the LGU Medal at Royston Golf Club.
Her score of +3 took the bogey title ahead of Karen Pearson, and her four-round total of 291 was good enough to win the LGU competition, but only on countback from Janice Abrahams.
Mary Mitchell won the bogey competition on Thursday with a score of -1, to edge out Sheila Wood on countback. Shirley Bradshaw took third spot ahead of Bridget Long.
Andrew Greville-Smith won division one of the men's medal on Sunday, taking the silver spoon with a nett 70 from his seven handicap.
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John Griffin finished second and Gary Fortune third, both with nett 70s.
Mial Walker, who has seen his fourteen handicap, trimmed by a shot after his nett 67, won division two, for players with handicaps of 13 and above.
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David Millership was second on countback from Wayne Hunt. Both players finished on 69.
This week the club hosts the Cambridge University Stymies team in a encounter that has been played for a number of years over 36 holes.
The Blues will be looking to avenge their defeat of last year, when several of the Royston players had large victories.