Rivals battle it out in 36-hole finale
A STRONG field of talented ladies took to the course for Grimsby Golf Club's final 36-hole competition of the season.
Twenty-two brave ladies took part in the third and final competition of the year, which took the form of a medal match in the morning and a foursomes competition in the afternoon.
A further 12 competitors added to the numbers for the pairs competition.
The Marjorie Chivers Trophy was awarded to Elizabeth Baillie, who boasted the best net score of the day.
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The best gross prize went to Jaquie Maconachie.
Sue Collis came first in the silver division, followed by Debbie Davison in second. Debbie Kerr and Janice Beardsley finished third and fourth respectively.
The bronze division's net winner was Vanessa Drewery, followed by Trudie Owen, Isobel Gouldsbra and Margaret Moreton.
The foursomes competition team winners were Janice Beardsley and Sue Pick, followed by Trudie Owen and Nicola Gibbon in second.
Vanessa Drewery and Barbara Falconer finished third, with the pairing of Margaret Moreton and Sue Collis in fourth.
Meanwhile, 15-year-old Jack Harding, pictured, took the crown in division one of the club's monthly medal with a net score of 70.
Playing off a handicap of four, Harding came out on top from a strong field of more than 100 golfers, with an excellent round to underline his exciting potential.
Following the youngster, four other participants – Tom Willson, Mike Watson, Graham Poole and Richard Skinner – each returned net scores of 71.
After a count-back, second place was awarded to Tom Willson, with Mike Watson finishing third.
The second division was won by Tony Lightfoot, who shot a net 68. In second place was Ian Coutts, with a net 70. Craig Smith came third with 71.
The third division was won by Andy Williamson, with the lowest net score of the day with 66.
In second place was John Frary with 73, while Ray Frost came in third with 74.
The fourth division crown was won by Paul Denton with a net 69, while Ross Ward finished second with 70, beating Paul Fenty into third place, who finished with the same score, but lost out on count-back.
Six players shot twos on the day – Tony Freeman, John Frary and Tim Seaton on the second, Spencer Wressell on the 13th and Pete Calvert and Raj Kumar on the long par-three 9th.
The club's September Midweek Stableford Competition attracted nearly 100 entries.
The winner, with 39 points, was Spencer Wressell. He won by one point from five other golfers who fought out the minor places with 38 points.
A total often twos were recorded on the day, with Ashley Maddocks, Keith Goodwin, Jack Harding, Nick Cutsforth, Clive Jenkins, Som Roy, Mark Fleming, Chris Pratt, Alan Peacock and Pete Burchell all taking home prizes.