GOLF: Sudbrook senior Kent receives handicap cut for win

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Sudbrook Moor’s senior stableford saw members contesting the annual Singleton Cup.

The event had a superb outcome for 19 handicap Alfie Kent whose 47-point scorecard (23 out, 24 back) cut him to 17.

Winner of Category 4 was Colin Henfrey who carded 43 points for the runners-up prize.

Ken Jameson enjoyed a good day for third overall with 41 and Dave Guy (39), Tony Sealey (37) and Graham Mackinder (37) all looked good.

The twos sweep was shared between Alfie (2), Dave, Graham and Colin.

Alfie and Pete Farmer stay secure at the top of the Eclectic with three events remaining.


Belton Woods’ monthly medal qualifier was a strokeplay competition played on the par 73 Woodside course, with 72 CSS.

Results (net of full handicap): Division One (12 and below) – 1 David Charlton 71, 2 Andrew Hey 72, 3 Stephen McAndrew 73; Division Two (13 and above) – 1 Master Joshua Mackey 70, 2 Andy Williams 72, 3 Steve Allen 72.


Seniors’ section

Stoke Rochford seniors played the latest round of their Winter Warmers Series as a best two-from-three stableford with one joker per player.

Winners with 90 points on countback were Les Cooper, Keith Eddy and Don Werner. Runners-up, also on 90 points, were seniors captain Mick Rance, Brian White and their sleeping partner Malcolm Edwards. Joe Kime, Alan Jessop and Ron Kent were third with 86.

Seventy-five seniors have played in the competition which reaches its final and deciding round this week. In the tussle for top spot, Phil White has led for some time but the latest result saw his brother Brian overtake him. Brian now leads with 35 points from Phil on 33, with Brian Ayto third on 30 points.