at Chichester Golf Club Quality golf was played throughout and the Chichester pair hung onto their lead to win 5 This was immediately reversed in the next match as Trevor Till had one of those games for Goodwood and he and Stephen Wells also won 5 Two more victories for Goodwood meant they ended up winning 3 2, the exact same score as last year, which leaves Chichester with a lot to do in the away match in September.
Results: N Wood C Penny halved with A Hawkins R Hoare; N Moore B Martin beat M Walsh R Herbert 5 J Robertson P Green lost to T Till S Wells 5 G Probert G Bell lost to J Donaldson R Hoad 1 down; K Jackson C Goldsmid lost to J Bushby C Hunt 5 D Monkton P Mitchell beat S Lewis M Huckell 4 was a beautiful spring day for Chi vets' short trip to Selsey where a very tight and enjoyable match saw Chichester come out on top 3 2. Phil Mitchell and Peter Green excelled with their fine 4 win over Paul Boughton and Graham Watson. Results: N Wood J Paul lost to R Ewens B Rainer 1 down; B Burn M Skinner halved with P Senft D Tindale; P Mitchell P Green beat P Boughton G Watson 4 G Bell B Shrives Wrist beat A Neno M Russell 3 C Page A Grant beat R Jarvis G May 1 up; J Robertson B Santer lost to K Homer T Chapman 1 down. The second annual family fun day event at Chichester GC was held under gloriously sunny skies and coach outlet atlanta quality more than 500 people enjoyed a spot of golf. The aim was to have fun and to introduce new people to the sport. Families enjoyed a range of activities including adventure golf, footgolf, putting and an inflatable chipping net. The club's golf professionals were on hand to provide children with a junior golf taster lesson. These fun and informative sessions teach children from the age of four how to play golf in a relaxed and friendly environment by playing games and mastering sporting skills. CGC owner Sally Haygarth said: "I was delighted so many people came and tried golf. There was a wonderful atmosphere and lots of happy smiling faces. The day allowed us to get people to experience golf in a fun and relaxed environment many may not have thought of it as a game for them but we convinced them." The Chichester Golf Academy will run a series of junior golf camps throughout the school holidays. Forty ladies played a Stableford on the Monday. Results Group 1, 1 Jill Parry 36pts, 2 Ann Tyrrell 35; coach outlet atlanta downtown 3 Tessa Stockwell 35. Group 2 1 Jo Fife 39; 2 Gaynor Dudman 35; 3 Margaret Hoare 35; Group 3 1 Ann Laver 39; 2 Julia Kelly 38; 3 Sandra Barber 36. Nearest the pins 9th hole, Angela Pike; 11th, Gaynor Dudman. Tuesday's event was a Texas scramble with teams teeing off the first and tenth tees. Results: 1st tee, 1 Sandra Barber, Tessa Stockwell, Anne Laver Judith Brownlee, nett 69; 2 Lil Cummins, Jenny Clegg, Sue Morris Janet Poat 72.8; 10th coach outlet locations yoshinoya tee, 1 Jill Parry, Mandy Lucking, Amanda Paddle and Brenda Brennan nett 66.1; 2 Caroline Haynes, Joyce Fanshawe, Helen Chapman, Ann Tyrrell 68.3. After golf a quiz was held to test the ladies' knowledge of golf rules, followed by lunch and prizegiving. Cowdray Park seniors notched a second 4 4 draw in two days when they hosted a strong Hayling Island side on a warm day. The opening match between the two match managers and their partners proved an exciting and close fought affair. Trevor Edwards and Tony Pike took an early lead which was soon whittled away, but neither pair was able to establish a lead of more than one. All square on the 18th tee, Edwards took advantage of his shot allowance to win the hole and the match for Cowdray. The visitors equalised before Cowdray retook the lead through Ian Heustice and Mike Nobes, who won 3 2. The hosts then lost four consecutive games to fall 4 2 behind. Derek Smith's tee shot on the par three 11th hole cleared the front bunker and ended up only inches away from a hole in one. Dave Gaff and Colin Tebbutt began the fightback with a 2 win, before Richard Burden (again) and Gary Strowbridge levelled the score at 4 4 with an excellent 5 win. William Hunter won the nearest the pin prize on the ninth. Results: Trevor Edwards Tony Pike won 1 up; Dave Lucking William Hunter lost 4 Ian Heustice Mike Nobes won 3 Nick Austin John Newman lost 2 Derek Smith Mike Cardiff lost 2 Mark Kelly John Pleasants lost 4 Dave Gaff Colin Tebbutt won 2 Richard Burden Gary Strowbridge won 5 excellent turnout of 84 men took part in the four man team competition, with two to score per hole. Congratulations to the team of Simon Gear, Paul Cooper, Peter Hammond and Roy Kempson for winning with a score of 84 points. They won on countback from Shaun Maskell, Gary Maskell, James Woosley and Ryan Maskell. Third on 81 points were Chris Jenkinson, Brian O'Brien, Miller Stevenson and Norman Lee. Bognor ladies' last two competitions in March were played in splendid conditions. Both days were sunny and dry and the course was in tip top condition. The Doreen Keen Memorial Trophy's worthy winner was Sian Southerton, whose round included three birdies and nine pars. Heather Tidy and Sian Southerton represented Bognor in the Daily Mail Foursomes away to Littlehampton. They won 3 in tough conditions. They will play a Haywards Heath pair at home on April 14 in the second round. Results EWGA Greensomes 1 Georgina McCormack Berit Smallcorn, 2 Caroline Pilbeam Jacqui Humphreys, 3 Bridget Samuels Louise Colvin, 4 Chris Puddicombe Gill Twyford, 5 Wendy Johnson June Salt. Doreen Keen Memorial Trophy Silver Division: 1 Sian Southerton, 2 Heather Tidy, 3 June Salt, 4 Dora Vaughan.
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