Grantham Town Football Club’s annual Terry Bly Memorial golf day was held at Belton Park last Monday.
The course was presented at its very best and, despite changeable weather, there was a large entry to the competition.
It was a Stableford Am-Am team tournament with two scores to count on each hole except seven and 14, when it was all scores and three respectively. Maximum handicaps were 24 for gents and 36 for ladies, with an allowance of ¾.
The competition was won with a score of 90 by the team of Gingerbreads joint manager Jimmy Albans who comprised Pete Marriott, Sam Cwcas and Joe Marsden.
Runners-up two points adrift were Chris Whitehead, Charles Wallace, Paul Watson and Hugh Thomas.
Third place went to M. L. Simms, H. Glenn, S. Hodgson and A. Pickering with a score of 86, on countback from Ian Hales, Jim McByrne, Andy Fitt and Lee Glover.
Nearest the pin on the sixth was George Skayman, and on the 17th it was John Bower. James Chan was nearest the pin in two on the third, and the same prize went to Bob Norris on the 16th. The fourball golf voucher was won by Eddie Berridge.
All prizes were presented by Terry Bly’s widow Glenda.
Memorial organiser Nigel Marshall expressed thanks on behalf of Grantham Town to Belton Park Golf Club and all the event’s sponsors.