Henlow Golf Club captain John Dudgeon s charity competition was on Sunday in aid of The British Heart Foundation. The strong winds looked like keeping scoring below average. Gordon Rimmer (12 handicap), suffering from a long time back injury, playing a ra
Henlow Golf Club captain John Dudgeon's charity competition was on Sunday in aid of The British Heart Foundation.
The strong winds looked like keeping scoring below average.
Gordon Rimmer (12 handicap), suffering from a long time back injury, playing a rare outing in competition took the honours with an exceptional 38 points to take the top prize.
Second place went to the in-form Bryan Gillespie (23 handicap) with an excellent score of 37 points. Ken Rowe (eight handicap) shot a respectable 34 points to take third place.
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In the Texas Scramble fun competition in the afternoon over nine holes, the team of Bryan Gillespie, Mark Daniels and Graham Byatt won first prize with a superb score of 23 points.
Brian Hare, the seniors captain, won the putting competition.
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Club vice-captain Tony Brown won the nearest the pin prize on the third hole, and Mark Daniels won the charity prize for nearest the pin on two shots on the seventh hole.