It's all clear as fog lifts for Lindsey Lodge fundraiser
Captain Barry Bradshaw and president David Sowerby held their annual winter Am/Am Stableford in aid of Lindsey Lodge Hospice.
After a 45 minute delay for fog, play was resumed and all 134 entrants managed to complete their rounds.
With most of the morning players negotiating misty conditions, it was the afternoon players who mainly featured on the leader board.
The winners were Graham Lee, Khalid Ali, Vance Baxter and George Aikenhead with 90 points, from Peter Bilby, Kev Paxton, Mick Enwright and Jack Woodrow on 89.
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Third place went to Sean Rogers, Dave Salisbury, Paul Foster and Gregor Lyle (87) and John Fleming, Mike Burgin, Charley Seeley and Andy Clayton (85) took the final prize.
The first of the mixed winter competitions was held.
This competition is played over five months with the best three scores from the five monthly games to count.
The competition is a Greensome Stableford and with 38 points it is Philippa Thornley and Paul Beacroft who have taken an early lead.
Second, one point behind, are Mark Warne and Sheila Petchy. Jenny and Steve Spavin are another point behind, with Sandra Cole and John Drust sitting forth with 35 points.
Seventy-eight men played a Better Ball Stableford. With only one point separating the top five, in many cases players were left thinking, "if only I had sunk that putt".
After count-back, Tony Brown and Dan Freeman took first prize with 44 points and 14 on the back six as opposed to the 13 points Mike Burgin and Nigel Dent managed.
In third place were Rick Storey and Darren Cryne with 43 points and a back nine of 23 from Steve Langford and Ken Haresign (21 points back nine), from Mel Day and Martin Foster (20 points back nine).