Louth and Kenwick Park Golf: Greenwoods land Roy Player Trophy

Louth Golf Club captains Moira Barker and Andrew Wilkinson flank Roy Player Trophy winners Howard and Moira Greenwood EMN-150519-095519002
Louth Golf Club captains Moira Barker and Andrew Wilkinson flank Roy Player Trophy winners Howard and Moira Greenwood EMN-150519-095519002

Moira and Howard Greenwood won the men’s invitation for the Roy Player Trophy at Louth Golf Club last week.

Their total of 38 stableford points pipped last week’s Alberg Trophy winners Jo and Andy Partridge into second by a point in this greensomes format. Peggy Hales and Greg Boni were third with 34, and Ann Jarvis and Ken Haddon (33) fourth.

Shelly Storr Trophy winner Christine Goldsbrough (left) with Kenwick Park Golf Club lady captain Pam Westthorp EMN-150519-100239002

Shelly Storr Trophy winner Christine Goldsbrough (left) with Kenwick Park Golf Club lady captain Pam Westthorp EMN-150519-100239002

* The midweek monthly stableford qualifier for the Chris Barnes’ Cup was won by Ian Ashwood with 39 points from M. Turner (38). M. Griffiths (37) was third, a point ahead of R. Sandy.

* The Stan Rimmer qualifier was won by junior member Tom Evison on 45 stableford points, six clear of C. Trestrail who took second on countback from D. McDonald (39). K. Stocks was fourth on 37 and S. Gower (36) completed the top five.

* The Kenwick Park men played the first of a two-round medal competition over consecutive weekends for the Bernard Hoggett Trophy.

A real battle took place between two-handicappers James Lee and Lewis Hackett, and it needed countback to separate them, James taking top spot and best gross after both scored 74-2=72.

Ben Darke was third with 81-8=73 ahead of Tony Lascelles (83-9=74).

* The ladies played a stableford competition in memory of popular members’ secretary Shelley Storr who died suddenly in 2005. A countback on 35 points was needed as Christine Goldsbrough (35) pipped runner-up ladies’ vice-captain Penny Buckley (24).

Sue Peacock (19) topped the silver division with 31 points ahead of runner-up Sue Sykes (11) with 30.