PETER Wooster scored a saucy 35 points last week to win a Senior Section Stableford at the Lakeside club in Margam.
His card personified steady golf – it contained nine pars, eight bogeys and a double-bogey – to close two points ahead of Brian Channell, who got eight pars and a costly blob on hole two.
Big gun Nicky Walters shot 29 points, and was followed on the scoreboard by Peter Colbridge (27) and Byron Noyes (25).
And Cliff Richards was singing in the rain until hitting too many flat notes to rock and roll into the snug with 23 points.
Captain’s Away Day last Thursday under Bob Thomas took members to Maesteg where they were greeted by a familiar face.
It of course belonged to the man who has made the Llynfi Valley golf course one of the greatest golf shows on turf – former Lakeside head greenkeeper Steve Trickey.
Greens that ran fast and true obviously proved to the liking of Peter Colbridge, who readily signed for a winning par score of 36 Stableford points.
It turned out to be a countback victory over Paul Exton while Brian Channell was a mere point in arrears.
Cliff Morris nearly hit Bryn with longest drive while big gun Nicky Walters won a nearest the pin bounty along with Exton.