Kenwick Park golf: Done wins junior crown

Sam Done wins the Kenwick Park Junior Championships with, from left, Maxim Mower, Billy Wright, Harry Wood, Ben Darke, Julie Harvey and Lewis Andrew EMN-150824-113925002
Sam Done wins the Kenwick Park Junior Championships with, from left, Maxim Mower, Billy Wright, Harry Wood, Ben Darke, Julie Harvey and Lewis Andrew EMN-150824-113925002
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An excellent score saw one-handicapper Sam Done win the Smith Cup at Kenwick Park’s Junior Championships last week.

Done took the trophy with a best gross round of 70, while Lewis Andrew played well to shoot the best nett score of the day with 77-12=65 and reduce his handicap by two shots.

Kebnwick Park ladies' invitation day - From left, Carla Clyburn,  Lady Captain Pam Westthorp and Julie Harvey EMN-150824-113935002

Kebnwick Park ladies' invitation day - From left, Carla Clyburn, Lady Captain Pam Westthorp and Julie Harvey EMN-150824-113935002

* The Ted Drakes Trophy was held at Louth Golf Club, but was also open to Kenwick Park’s men.

Scoring was very good and a countback on 67 separated the top four players. Kenwick’s Chris Dixon won with a round of 83-16=67 from Louth’s Chris Parker (75-8=67). Louth’s head greenkeeper Graham Ives was third with 81-14=67, and Kenwick Park’s Tom Gladwell (72-5=67) took fourth place.

One-handicapper Billy Wright, from Kenwick Park, was sixth after a great round of 69-1=68.

The men from Louth are now invited to Kenwick for the Marcus Brown Memorial Trophy.

* Grey skies and rain persisted well into the afternoon for the Ladies Invitation Day at Kenwick Park.

Julie Harvey and Carla Clyburn (Cleethorpes) scored 39 points to win on a countback from Cheryl Gilliatt and Anne Fern (Willesley Park).

Birdie Dawson and Angela French (Ellesborough) scored 37 to take third place, while lady president Val Pattinson and Jill Emmerson (Seacroft) scored 35 points to win fourth prize.

Julie Harvey was nearest-the-pin at the 12th hole for the members, and Ann Fern was closest at the second hole for the guests.

* The following day, sun shone on the seniors playing for Mary’s Championship Trophy, presented by Mary and Ian Flockton.

Simon Hartley had a good round of 74-3=71 to win the trophy from runner-up Paul Dewhurst who shot 78-4=74. Rob Houlton also played well to score the day’s best nett round with 85-17=68.