Another glorius day for Haywards Heath Golf Club

the winners collecting their trophies from the Lady Captain, Rosemary Parvin.  From left: Margaret Jones, Jo Kernohan, Rosemary Parvin (Lady Captain) and Marian Bulley.
the winners collecting their trophies from the Lady Captain, Rosemary Parvin. From left: Margaret Jones, Jo Kernohan, Rosemary Parvin (Lady Captain) and Marian Bulley.
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It was another glorious day for the Haywards Heath Golf Club Ladies Autumn Meeting on Tuesday 16th September.

It did not take long before the dew on the fairways and greens disappeared, leaving a course that was in great condition with greens running fast and true. The 18-hole medal competition was played from a two tee start with 75 ladies taking part. In the afternoon, after a plate of sandwiches and a drink, some of the ladies also played in a Texas Scramble, also with a two tee start.

In the evening there was a prize giving ceremony followed by a lovely meal cooked by our resident chefs. During the evening, the Ladies’ Vice Captain, Kath Honeysett, announced the Vice Captains Elect for 2015, who were named as Martin Hubbard and Sarah Brook, both of whom proved to be very popular choices. We wish them luck in their new roles.

The results of the competitions, where the CSS was 74, were as follows:

Winner of the Woollan Cup for the Silver Scratch was Jo Kernohan with a gross 82, and in second place, with gross 85, was Sheila Marshall.

Winner of the Cuckfield Cup for the Bronze Scratch was Margaret Jones with a gross 98, and in second place with gross 99, was Liz Cullimore, on countback from Liz Killick.

The Witherington Cup for Silver and Bronze Handicap went to Marian Bulley with nett 70. Second prize went to Kathy May with nett 74 on countback from Meg James, also with nett 74 who won 3rd prize. Fourth prize went to Dora McCabe with nett 75, again on countback from Pat Jenks, also with nett 75, who won 5th prize on countback from Sheila Marshall.

The Coltart Cup, for the best combined Gross Score from the Spring and Autumn Meetings, went to Jo Kernohan with a gross 168.

The Hamilton Cup, for the best combined Nett Score from the Spring and Autumn Meetings, went to Marian Bulley with a nett 149.

In the Texas Scramble, on the front nine, in 1st place with 28.4 nett, were Helen Britton, Aisling Cloonan and Margaret May. In 2nd place with 30.7 nett, were Pat Jenks, Dora McCabe and Fiona Spencer. In 3rd place with 30.8 nett, were Alison Hopson, Sarah Brook and Sue Wilson.

In the Texas Scramble, on the back nine, in 1st place with 34.9 nett, were Sandra Holman, Theresa Williamson and Marie-Laure Vizer. In 2nd place with 35.2 nett were Pam McLeod, Meg James and Kath Honeysett. In 3rd place with 35.4 nett were Rosemary Parvin, Janice Brooks and Judi Fisher.

Longest Drive on the 15th was won by Jo Kernohan.

Nearest the Pin on the 17th, with a Hole In One, was won by Sarah Brook.

The Two’s Competition was won by Avril Plowright (7th) and Margaret Jones (17th).

The Putting Eclectic was won, with 19 putts, by Avril Plowright, Janet Garbutt and Hester Gemmell.

Congratulations to all our winners.