THERE was a low turnout of 21 for Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club's men’s Stableford, it being Remembrance Sunday, and therefore just one division, writes Peter Crowter.

Scoring was quite moderate and Robert Smith (20) came in first with 34 points.

Taking second place was Andy Webb (21) scoring 33 points and in third place was Kevin Jones (9) with 32 points.

There was a midweek Stableford on Wednesday and the winner was Dave Howat (18) scoring 37 points.

Runner-up was Ian Thacker (15) with 35 points

Veterans' Section

THE competition on Thursday was just a 14-hole Stableford to allow extra time for the AGM which followed.

The winner of Division Two, Karl Rogers, carded a score worthy of a full round and his 36 points was three clear of all the other players.

Second place in that division was Richard Fox with 33 points.

The same score topped Division One and that was carded by Malcolm Noble.

Second in that division was Brian Fearon with 31 points.


Division One: 1 Malcolm Noble (18) 33 points, 2 Brian Fearon (13) 31, 3 (acb) Colin Hore (16) 30, 4 Malcolm Peach (20) 30.

Division Two: 1 Karl Rogers (22) 36 points, 2 Richard Fox (21) 33, 3 Terry Garrett (28) 32, 4 Dave Smith (23) 31.

Ladies’ Section

NEWLY-APPOINTED captain Sally Woolmington faced blustery conditions for her drive-in on Tuesday, writes Lyn Jessop.

She almost reached the green on the 18th, with Marion Hurley taking the prize for the nearest prediction.

Woolmington's chosen charity for her year is Chancery House and her drive in raised £43 for this.

Nobody chose to play the medal in view of the weather conditions.

Only two players competed in the previous Saturday EG Medal with Judy Walters winning with a net 87, three shots ahead of Ruth Donovan.