Moss wins club championship at Mount Pleasant
The men s and ladies club championships took place on Sunday at Lower Stondon s Mount Pleasant. Although it was sunny, the strong and gusty wind made it difficult for the players. In the men s first round, Steve Moss defied the conditions to score a supe
The men's and ladies' club championships took place on Sunday at Lower Stondon's Mount Pleasant.
Although it was sunny, the strong and gusty wind made it difficult for the players.
In the men's first round, Steve Moss defied the conditions to score a superb 73 (three over par) giving him an 11 shot lead over Lee King on 84.
In joint third were Brian Sapsed and Jim Law on 87.
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The cut was made at 94 with the top 18 playing in the second round.
In the afternoon the wind got even stronger and quite a few players failed to return a card due to the conditions.
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Although Moss struggled, he had enough of a lead to secure the title for the second time, scoring 87 to add to his 73 for a total of 160.
In second place, Gavin Simkins had the second best round of the day, adding an 80 to his morning 89 to score a 169 total.
In third was David Wilson who beat Brian Sapsed on second 18 countback with scores of 89 and 86 (175) to 87 and 88 (175).
In the ladies' championship, Yvette Bunker had an excellent round of 77 despite the weather to retain the title. In second place was Anne Willmore, just beating Jacqui Dare into third.