Captain’s weekend

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Lady Captain Pam Westthorp hosted a special weekend at Kenwick Park Golf Club.

The Lady Captain’s Rosebowl was held on Saturday and and the mixed teams played in an Am-Am the following day.

Pictured, from left, are Jan Heath, Lady Captain Pam Westthorp, Sue Sykes and Mabel Blackburn.a

Pictured, from left, are Jan Heath, Lady Captain Pam Westthorp, Sue Sykes and Mabel Blackburn.a

Jan Heath (28), one of the original members of Kenwick Park, played the round of her life to win the Rosebowl with a terrific score of 39 points, receiving a rousing applause in the clubhouse at the prize presentation.

Jo Cudmore (18) came first in the silver division with 36 points on a countback from Sue Sykes (11).

Ann Walker (11) was third with 35 points.

Rose Stevenson (33) scored 37 to win the bronze.

Lady Vice-Captain Penny Buckley (24) took second place with 35 on countback from Sue Burkitt (27).

Shirley Strickland (35) won the alternative nine-hole stableford, scoring 21 points, and Mary Thaxter (36) was the runner-up with 19.

For the Am-Am, two scores counted on every hole except the ninth, where all four scores counted.

Neil Pridgeon, Sue Sykes, Helen Sherratt and Mabel Blackburn all played well and scored an excellent 85 points to win.

Past Captains Jim Cane and Birdie Dawson, playing with Andy Allard and Ian Norton, came second with 83.

A countback of 82 points gave the team of Bob and Jane Briggs, Graham Jacklin and Karl Koslow third prize, ahead of Grahame Ward, Roger Goldsmith, Freddie Fearn and Liz Hardy in fourth.

Spencer Wood won nearest the pin for the men at the eighth hole and Julie Harvey took the prize for the ladies at the 12th.

Pam held her charity day to raise money for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.

Birdie Dawson (nine) won the silver division with 36 points on a count back from the Lady President Val Pattinson (17).

In the bronze section, Rose Stevenson (33) was successful again, scoring 36 points ahead of the Lady Vice-Captain Penny Buckley with 34.

The event raised £257.