Bath Chronicle

Club wraps up com­pe­ti­tions

- Sports · Bath · Buxton

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.

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