A medal for the fantastic all female golfing team and a great performance from the gentlemen

It was a magnificent day for golf with a warm, sunny, light breeze and hard running fairways, saw 152 players take part in the Wells Golf Club 2022 Fourball Better Ball Open.

Sunday 24th July 2022 6:00 pm
Share
A stock image for golf stories.
(Pexels )

Subscribe newsletter

Subscribe to our email and get updates right in your inbox.

The best score was forty nine points by the home team of Richard Gould and William Marcham, scoring an incredible 27 points on the front nine, which included 2 two’s. Leading visitors were Colin Price and Kevin Thorne (Upavon GC) with 48 points, well balanced with 24 points on each half. Second visitors were Andrew Privett and Mark Smith (Yeovil GC), 47 points and second Wells team was Tony Baker and Clive Gadd with 46 points. Tony Baker, an early starter, held on to his very close ‘nearest the pin’ on the 17th all day. Third members were Toby and Steve Clark, 46 points and third visitors were Simon Chandler and Liam Romanillos (Rushmore GC), also with 46 points. Fourth prize went to Peter Walker and Ian Burr (Wells GC) with 46 points. Thank you to all participants and volunteers.

The Ladies’ July Medal B and Pamela Manuel Trophy was won by Debbie Ramsell’s fine net score of 71 with Glynis Slater and Maureen Bailey close behind with 73s.

Glynis Slater from Wells Golf Club played in the Porsche World Cup round at Henbury in Bristol coming second overall with 40 points to win an all expenses paid trip to Northern Ireland for the next round.

Seniors’ Captain’s Day was won by Stephen Payne, Stephen Clark, & Barrie Fox with an amazing 98 points, finishing 8 points ahead of George White, Ian Nicol & Glyn Hallett. The Senior Mens’ team completed the double over Worlebury with a 4½-1½ home win. Junior Thursday Stableford was won by Georgia Powell with 41 points.

Club night was won by Ross Jenkins with an amazing 12 hole score of 37 stableford points which must have proved very pleasing to Ross who can also congratulate himself on his brand new handicap of 9.4, which is a wonderful improvement from 19.1.

Guy Timson

Comments

To leave a comment you need to create an account. |

All comments 0