TWENTY ladies pairs played for the Huntington Cups at Evesham Golf Club and the winners were Jill Cleary and Jean Bevan who came in with an impressive nett 79.
Runners-up were Lesley Curnock and Gillian Spencer.
A friendly competition was also played by ladies who did not play in the main event and victorious were Margaret Roberts and Penny Osborne.
THE RAY Till Trophy attracted a field of 20 and it was Conryn Abbott and Jean Bevan who won the day on countback with a score of -2.
This was a drawn pairs competition using half combined handicap and the format was Greensomes Bogey.
The rain played its part throughout the competition and proved too much for some, while others just enjoyed the challenge of scoring in such wet conditions.
Despite the poor weather conditions, many pairs came in with the same score, but the winners were Abbott and Bevan.
A friendly competition was also played by ladies who did not feature in the main contest and the winners were Angela Budden and Penny Osborne.
THE MIDSUMMER Madness competition saw eight teams of three turn up at 4.30am last Friday to play an 18-hole Stableford, with the best two scores to count.
The weather again tried to weaken players’ spirits as it continued to drizzle throughout the event, but most of the golfers were determined to enjoy the occasion knowing they were going to be served a wonderful cooked breakfast and a glass of Bucks Fizz to wash it down with once play had finished.
The green staff again worked tremendously hard to clear standing water from a few of the greens which players to miss a few less putts!
The winners with 74 points were Ian Tate, Penny Osborne and Dinah Wood who each won a fabulously arranged basket of fruit.
Hot on their tail with 72 points and claiming second place on countback were Mel Evans, Ken Hunt and Angela Budden who each won an arrangement of locally grown strawberries and a bunch of asparagus.
Third prize went to a team of two – Grantham Speake and Carol Yates – who received a container of strawberries.
A MEDAL competition was held on Tuesday and 32 ladies competed on a warm day when the competition scratch score was raised to 75.
Some of the players did struggled and found the conditions a little challenging, but some good results were still posted.
Prize-winners were: Division One: Winner – Ruth Masters, nett 76, including an eagle on the 14th hole; runner-up – Lesley Curnock, nett 79.
Division Two: Winner – Carolyn Washbourne, nett 76; runner-up – Jill Clearly, nett 79.
Division Three: Winner – Sandra Insall, nett 80; runner-up – Patsy Brumage, nett 80.