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Lady Captain’s Day - June 30th

Sunny skies helped the “Seaside” theme on Sunday for Helen Long’s Lady Captain’s Day. 64 ladies took part in the fun 18 hole Am-Am on Sunday with a special prize for the best dressed team. Seen here are the winners of the best dressed team of; Alice Epton, Jools Talyor, Irene Cogger, and Anna Clark, with Lady Captain Helen Long.

After playing golf with food and drink after nine holes at the halfway house, 69 ladies sat down for a seaside themed meal with table decorations to match and seaside cocktails were served by the bar staff.

As part of the day’s fun, mulligans were for sale at £1 each in aid of The Alzheimer’s Society, which raised £425 on the day.

1st Prize in the 18-hole Am-Am competition with 91 points went to Vicky Grindal, Josie Short, Julie Beanland, and Carol Taylor. 2nd prize was won by Jan Johnson, Sue Mitchell, Jackie Scott, and Norma Howitt. 3rd prize went to Jo Pearson, Anthea Nicol, Enid Maltby, and Lucie Morley.

The best front nine was won by the team of; Carol Steele, Shelley McClelland, Sally Knight, and Ailis Smith. The best back nine was won by the team of; Anna Clark, Jools Talyor, Irene Cogger, and Alice Epton.

The 9-hole competition winners were; Heather Peach, Jeanette Strutt, Pam Mallett, and Cynthia Mills.

Nearest the pins were won by Sue Mitchell and Julie Beanland.

36 men played in a nine-hole Am-Am with the winners taking home prizes of wine and ball markers. The first prize was won by the team of; Adrian Allen, Peter Thacker, Trevor Ireland, and Vince Hamer. In 2nd place was the team of; Colin Mason, Phil Mallett, Ken Reilly, and John Thompson. Lincolnshire amateur champion Jack Diment won the nearest the pin for the men!

For more pictures from the day, go to: https://photos.app.goo.gl/mHSHUNQZaTL7w5ss9

 

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The Captain’s Fizzy Friday - June 21st

The inaugural Captain’s Fizzy Friday social golfing event was held on Friday evening in lovely summer weather. The first event was well attended with 21 players taking part in what the Captains (Helen and Simon) hope will be a regular social and golfing event.

Teams of 3 played in a 9-hole Texas scramble on the Ancaster course (holes 19-27). After the golf, the teams enjoyed an excellent meal with “fizz”.

The winning team of Sue, Pete and Emily scored a magnificent 30.3 with birdies on the last two holes! In second place were Stuart, Reine and Les. A prize was also awarded to the youngest player, Blake aged 10.

C Team win 4-2 vs Stoke Rochford - June 21st

On Friday, June 21st, the Belton Park C Team played a match against Stoke Rochford on the Ancaster course (holes 19-27 and 1-9).

To tee it up on a warm sunny afternoon is as good as golf gets and then the business began between two well-established teams.

Belton Park’s first pair (a “duet” of Ians) started strongly with a display of fabulous putting from Ian Whyte and, if anything missed, Captain Ian Carroll was there to take over, achieving an early win.

The course was in great condition, with superb fairways and true greens, but oh! the rough (ball collector) was penal!

Each set of pairs played to win, but Belton Park took home advantage, winning 4-2.

Stoke Rochford Captain Darryl Knight praised the course and stated he looks forward to the return match. A carvery with pudding was enjoyed by all at the end of a good day’s golf.

Best pair of the match went to Captain Ian Carroll and Ian Whyte with a 7&6 win, so both players go on to the best player of the year award.

Vice-Captain Andy MacGowan again donated a bottle of wine for nearest the pin on the 13th hole which was won by Stoke Rochford’s famous player David Hamilton, well done!  

Andy’s cellar space is getting bigger due to the fact that Andy’s wife is thinking of taking in a lodger!

This year Clive Horn has won 5 matches in a row and we know this because he has told us on many occasions - keep this up and he might get picked again!!!!! Let’s see how long this streak lasts!?

Big Alec Sherwin (new member from Burghley) played his first match and won. He was so stressed his hair curled!!!!!

Peter Thacker came into play for his first time and congratulations on your first win - so big thanks Peter.

A past hero, Keith Smith, came back to do battle, partnering Ben Bayliss with his bandaged knee, but alas plans of a win did not materialise.

Ajay Panchal was arriving late and fell over his wallet in the car park, but still played despite being wounded on his hand and his leg, and he still got a win! Ajay shows his grit…

Scores;

1     

Captain Ian Carroll & Ian Whyte          

won 7 & 6

2

Dish Patel & Clive Horn

won 2 up

3

Ajay Panchal & Alec Sherwin

won 2 & 1     

4

Keven Phillips & Nigel Rodway

lost 4 & 3

5

Ben Bayliss & Keith Smith

lost 5 & 3 

6

Andy MacGowan & Peter Thacker

won 1 up  

Next match is away at Spalding with a 3pm tee off.

Seniors pull off away win at Peterborough Milton

The Seniors pulled off their first away win of the season at Peterborough Milton on Thursday, June 20th. The Milton course has been improved quite considerably with new revetted bunkers on a number of holes and was in great condition. The match was played in lovely weather (for a change!) and in excellent spirits.

The first pair of Captain Mike Collins and Vice-Captain Pete Long managed a half despite being 3 down after 7 holes! Mike scored an eagle 3 on the par 5 8th hole to get the match back to 1 down at the turn. The pair recovered on the back 9 to achieve a half.

The second pair of Time Stubbs and Bill Brogan won 4&3 after Tim carded a magnificent gross 74, including 4 birdies! The team welcomed Mike Bower back for his first match of the season after recovering from a serious injury, and with John McNally, the pair won 5&4!

After 5 games, Belton were unbeaten, but the last 3 groups lost their matches ending with a great win for Belton Park 4½ to 3½.

Following an excellent lunch, Dennis Santer won a bottle of wine for the nearest the pin on the 11th hole for Belton Park.

Results;

1      

Mike Collins (C) and Pete Long (VC)      

Halved          

2

Tim Stubbs and Bill Brogan

Won 4&3

3

Brian Martin and Nigel Beaumont

Won 2 up

4

Frank Overton and Gary Hill

Won 1 up

5

Mike Bower and John McNally

Won 5&4

6

Steve Calvert and Tiny Holmes

Lost 2&1

7

John Thompson and Dennis Santer

Lost 3&2

8

Garry Head and Brian Mole

Lost 4&3

 

The next Seniors match is at home to Market Rasen on Tuesday, June 25th.

Seniors – John Cowe Cup – June 18th

On Tuesday June 18th, 22 Seniors competed in a medal competition for the John Cowe Cup. The John Cowe Cup is the first of two medal competitions where the best combined gross score from this and the Colin Ryan Cup count towards the Ian Lindsay Trophy - the Seniors Scratch Championship.

On a dry and partly sunny day, the course was in fantastic condition which contributed to some excellent nett scores. The winner of the John Cowe Cup was Bill Brogan with a nett score of 67, who received a handicap cut to 12.7.

Results;

Best nett winner      

Bill Brogan

67

2nd place

Phil Shaw

69

3rd place

Derek Bashford     

70 (on C/B)    

4th place

Alan Addis

70 (on C/B)

Best front 9

Brain Mole

35

Best back 9

Gary Hill

33

 

The 2nd part of the Ian Lindsay Trophy (The Colin Ryan Cup), is scheduled for Tuesday, August 6th (postponed from June 11th).

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