Club wraps up competitions
Last week Bath Golf Club ladies played in a bowmaker stableford competition.
The winners with a score of 104 points were Anita Bye, Ruth Morris and Anne Keeling, second on 98 were Linda Hill, Maureen Seed and Jane Franke with Sylvia Owen, Ann Cooke and Sue Morton-jenkins third on 97.
The ladies knock-out competitions have now also been completed. The Silver Vase for handicaps on 20 and under was won by Amanda Robinson who beat Louise Buxton in the final. The Castle Trophy is for handicaps over 30 and this year it was won by Suzannah Angelo-sparling who beat Jane Franke in the final.
Last weekend’s poor weather put paid to the men’s Famous Grouse stableford competition at Bath GC.
However, Bath men have finalised the Weeks and Hobbs Trophies. These are awarded each year for the best nett and gross scores of an aggregate of three best scores from the five major men’s medal competitions played over the year. The winner of the Weeks Trophy with an outstanding nett score of 205 was Martin Cashnella. Martin went on to triumph in the Hobbs Trophy as well with a great gross score of 219. This is the first time in many years that the same person has won both trophies, a fine achievement.