Their high score was thirty-six points as the Lyme Regis team played a Stableford; Cyndy Mudford and Rosemary Jackman succeeded in Division One, with Mudford attaining 18 on both holes which comprise an outstanding birdie on the ninth hole. Jackman has begun her round with an intense birdie four-pointer on the first, although slipped faintly improving on the back nine to attain nineteen points, thus winning on countback, even as only a point behind was Jenny Scott who completed third on 35 having failed on the last three holes. Over the weekend, golfer Melissa McMahon participated at Knighton Heath.
Division Two Performances
On the second Division, there was Debbie Shinners and Kate Helm both on 36. However, it was Helm’s reliable back nine of 19 points that won as Shinners had played progressively to accumulate 19 on the front nine. Jane Broom, similarly, had 19 drive points on the front nine except falling away to complete third on 35. Following the exciting and very near countback, heading to the front nine, Kate Helm became the overall winner of the Macmillan Spoon while the crowd cheered for her. In the meantime, women’s nine great contest Julia Kabia attained 17 points from Caroline Holland with 11 and Karen Buchanan-Harlow with 13 points, all very excellent outcomes from three women who are new to golf.
Junior Easter Cup Highlights
Samuel Beviss began with great courage in the Junior Easter Cup, obtaining three points on four of the first nine holes in the front nine of nineteen points. Some points faded away on the back nine, but he proceeded to acquire a victory with a remarkable 34 points. Casey Gibbons, likewise, commenced well, pairing Beviss on the front nine but with an excellent four points on one hole. Unfortunately, on some of the last holes, the points diminished, although he still managed a worthy second with 33 points.