A range of card scores were returned in last Sunday’s Sweep, but Paul Robinson emerged victorious on 39 points, one ahead of Dave Winter who had a fine 38 and Michael Rossiter on 37 points.
CSS was elevated one from SSS @ 36. Men’s handicap list…
Ladies Weekend Away
There was plenty of action on the Ladies Weekend Away at Ufford Park in Suffolk as the Gills Hibbs Trophy was contested for the very first time.
JH Taylor Shield Final Result
The Men’s Singles Matchplay Final for the JH Taylor Shield was played over the Princes Course on the 23rd September with Paul Appleton giving Phil Flanagan 4 shots in the match.
All square after 5 holes was the prelude to a storming run of 9 holes in level par by Paul which gave him a well deserved 5 & 4 victory. Paul was unavailable for comment after the victory, as he had left his meter running, but Phil said that his policy regarding the tipping of cabbies will remain unchanged.
Autumn Meeting & Committee Cup Rd 2 (L)
In the first part of the Ladies’ Autumn Meeting, the individual medal round, Janet Fox took first prize with a net 70, two shots clear of Di Jackett in 2nd. Sheena Harrington won the Best Front 9 (net 34Â½) and Norma Lynch the Best Back 9 (net 37Â½).
The CSS remained at 71.
The first part of the Autumn Meeting is also the 2nd round of the Committee Cup. Unfortunately, 5 of the top 6 ladies from R1 did not play in R2. Though in 9th place after R1, Di Jackett’s R2 score of 35 points clinched the Cup (64 points aggregate), four points clear of Julie Smith in 2nd.
The winners of a closely contested Burgess Cup were the pairing of Graeme Syme and Kerry Sargeant with 42 points, just one ahead of John Ahad and Tim Meyer. A couple of points further behind were Nigel Ward and Tony Kopczak.
Amida Friendly Match
The Ladies prevailed in the inaugural friendly match against Amida GC.
Result: Win 2 – 1
The inaugural match between Richmond Park and Amida (Twickenham) took place at Richmond Park on Prince’s Course on 22nd September 2007.
A 4 ball better ball match play was played with Â¾ difference in handicap. Six members of each club took part.
Representing Richmond Park were:
Game 1 Janet Fox & Jayne Maxwell – result halved
Game 2 Cheryl Woodhouse & Inge Mitchell – result halved
Game 3 Louise Williams and Susan Smith – result 8&6
The return match will be played in 2008.
Well done Richmond team!
The third round of the Winter Competition has been swapped with the Champagne Chase.
The Ruffians Ryder Cup is likely to be held on a later date, perhaps later in October. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Four 39s were returned, but the winner with 23 points on the back 9 was Ros Gray from John Ahad, Dave Winter and Molly Hood. Michael Rossiter continued to show good form with 38 points.
CSS was one more than SSS @ 36. Men’s handicap list…
In the Men’s Top Dog Trophy there were no changes in the leader-board with Paul Appleton still leading Toby Hunt.
The golf courses are closed on this day to make way for an athletics event at the Park. For more information check with
Some of the members are gathering at Airlinks GC and a first tee time of about 8:56 was mentioned. For more information contact Stuart Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org or Airlinks GC directly at 0208 561 1418.