GOLF: Sudbrook Moor team wins county championship

Pictured from left are: Phil Hall, Martin Corby, Rob Jameson and Nigel Corby.
Pictured from left are: Phil Hall, Martin Corby, Rob Jameson and Nigel Corby.
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Sudbrook Moor

SUDBROOK Moor’s A Team contested the annual championship for Lincolnshire’s nine-hole golf clubs at Sutton Bridge.

The team comprised father and son, Nigel and Martin Corby, scratch team captain Phil Hall and Rob Jameson. The format was best three scores from team of four, played as a stableford.

Rob Jameson put in the best card of all the field with 38 points to win the overall individual medal trophy.

Martin returned 36 and Phil 33 for a total of 107 which won them the Rita Hurst Salver by nine points from runners-up Pottergate.

In the 10-year history of the competition, Sudbrook Moor has won it five times and will host the championship next year.

Pictured from left are: Phil Hall, Martin Corby, Rob Jameson and Nigel Corby.

Belton Park

C Team

Belton Park 6

Greetham Valley 0

Belton Park names first - Tony Davies and Martin Clarke beat Neil Sellars and Frank Hinch 5&4, John Cooke and Ian Carroll beat Geoff Woolly and Jim Wheeler 2 up, Laurence Haselhurst and Dave Wing beat Bruce Strickland and Mal Smith 3&2, David Nock and Stewart Boylan beat Neil Harris and Michael Fish 2 up, Richard Claxton and Keith Smith beat Bill Skinner and Wayne Terrett 3&1, Paul Woods and Colin Walton beat Tim Hawkins and Mark Haynes 7&6.

Seniors’ section

There were 37 entries for the John Cowe Cup which was won by Alan Addis.

Results: 1 Alan Addis 67, 2 Willie Badraun 68, 3 Ron Prothero 69, 4 Tony Robinson 70, 5 Derek Loosemore 71 ocb.

l Ray Clark is senior section champion after he won the 36-hole medal-gross Ian Lindsay Trophy with a score of 167. Runner-up with 169 was Wes Wright.

Stoke Rochford

Seniors’ section

FIRST player to tee off in the annual Autumn Cup medal competition was Alan Church who returned 76-11= net 65.

His score was enough to win the cup as it could not be matched by the remaining players.

Ironically, closest to this winning score was Peter Gill who was the last man to tee off, his return of 81-13=68 putting him in second place. eter has a strong record in this event as he won it in 2008 and 2010, and was also runner-up in 2009.

Eddie Plant was third with 80-11=69 on countback from fourth-placed Mike Nixon (82-13=69).

Radcliffe on Trent 2

Stoke Rochford 6

Stoke Rochford completed the double over Radcliffe and recorded their best away winning score for three years.

Mike Dickinson and Mike Graves halved, Mick Rance and Ernie Armstrong lost 1 down, Don Clements and Roy Rowe halved, Ray Beal and Keith Eddy won 4&3, Greg Ewart and Tim Haward won 4&3, Alan Jessop and David Hamilton won 1 up, Ray Smith and Don Werner won 2&1, Ken Taylor and Brian White won 5&4.