Invitation day at Kenwick Park Golf Club Louth

THE Kenwick Park Golf Club Seniors held their Invitation day and Lee Fisher and John O’Brien played very well to score 40 points to win.

Men’s Captain Colin Burkitt and Max Ellis were the runners up scoring 36.

John Teanby and Howard Greenwood took third place on a countback with 35 ahead of Vice Captain Roger Goldsmith and Nigel Rhodes.

George Elliott was nearest the pin at the 17th hole and Captain Colin was nearest the pin in two shots at the 9th.

The Seniors Captain Grahame Hewstone raised £442 for his charity - the Lincolnshire Kidney Patients Association.

The men played the second 18 holes of a 36 holes medal competition for the Bernard Hoggett Trophy and Gary Martin (23) shot a net 68 ahead of Graham Jacklin (15) with 70.

Mark Ringland (4) won the competition overall with two consistent net scores of 75 and 76 giving him the lowest total of 151. Sam Done (7) came second with 153 on a countback from Lewis Hackett (4).

Twenty seven pairs played a mixed betterball stableford for the Havelock Trophy.

Alistair and Julie Harvey scored 36 points to win. Steve and Mabel Blackburn came second with 35 on a countback from Karl Koslow and Liz Hardy. The other five couples qualifying for the Davlin Trophy were Chris and Alex Davies, Sue and Colin Burkitt, Dermot Dreelan and Karen Archer and Graham Cowley and Polly Pike also went through.

The ladies played a stableford competition for the Shelley Storr Memorial Trophy.

Karen Archer (27) won the bronze division with 33 points ahead of Diana Lidgard (26) who scored 31.

Thanks to birdies on the 17th and 18th holes, the Lady Captain Ann Walker (10) won the trophy and silver division with 35 points on a countback from Sandra Crow (11).