Har­ries takes cup as course pro­vides a stern test

Llanelli Star - - SPORT -

TOUGH con­di­tions lay in wait for the se­niors of Car­marthen Golf Club as they con­tested the Glyn Knight Cup.

The course was hard and there was speed in the greens, mean­ing scor­ing was not easy. And this was re­flected in the re­sults.

In divi­sion 1 (hand­i­cap up to 15.4) the win­ner was Jeff Har­ries with 37 points.

In sec­ond was Peter Wil­liams with 36 and in third was Gary Evans with 34.

The divi­sion 2 (hand­i­cap 15.5-19.4) win­ner was El­wyn Wil­liams with 36 points fol­lowed by the ever-con­sis­tent Alan Ed­wards (35) and Jimmy Craw­ford with 33.

In Divi­sion 3 (hand­i­cap 19.5+) the win­ner was Phil Webb with 37 points. But his back nine was not as good as Har­ries’s and it was the divi­sion one man who took the cup.

Sec­ond in this divi­sion was Mervyn Lewis with 36 points and Tom Lester was third with 34.

Sur­pris­ingly, only two twos were recorded — by Gary Evans and Meirion Grif­fiths.

The se­niors travel to Glyn­hir on Wed­nes­day fol­lowed by WL Davies 1 on Thurs­day. This com­pe­ti­tion is made up of three legs, with the win­ner be­ing the player with the best ag­gre­gate score over two of those rounds.

A num­ber of the club’s se­niors trav­elled to Swansea and en­tered the Lang­land Bay se­niors in­di­vid­ual sta­ble­ford open event.

Ken Gealy came first in the over70s cat­e­gory with a score of 35 points and Ray Sin­den came sec­ond with 34.

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