Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport -

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.

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