Crump breaks club’s record

Kapi-Mana News - - SPORT - By KRIS DANDO

Judge­ford’s course record has been bro­ken, with Alis­tair Crump fir­ing a 65 at the re­cent stroke­play cham­pi­onships.

Crump is a mem­ber of the Judge­ford di­vi­sion 1 in­ter­club team.

His score, achieved on Fe­bru­ary 22, was one out of the box, said in­ter­club cap­tain Joe Cuthers.

‘‘He had a dis­ap­point­ing open­ing round [83], but the 65 in the third round was amaz­ing,’’ Cuthers said.

‘‘The pre­vi­ous record [66] had stood for four years.

’’A num­ber of play­ers have strug­gled on the course, so it was an im­pres­sive ef­fort.’’

The 65 helped Crump fin­ish sec­ond in the stroke­play champs, three shots be­hind club cap­tain Ben Du­flou.

Du­flou scored 78, 77, 68 and 76 in his four rounds.

The in­ter­me­di­ate men’s di­vi­sion was won by Ger­ard Arthurs; Philip Le­ung took out the ju­nior A men’s sec­tion; Terry Sk­erten won the ju­nior men’s B sec­tion; the se­nior women’s grade was won by Saida Wil­son and the in­ter­me­di­ate women’s cham­pion was Lyn Farnsworth.

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