Louth Golf Club: Harry Younger’s daughter finishes second at memorial event

Louth Golf Club captain Andrew Wilkinson with Harry Younger winners Pam Hayden and Allan Simmons, Eileen and Jeff Tatton, and ladies' captain Moira Barker EMN-150716-165709002

Louth Golf Club captain Andrew Wilkinson with Harry Younger winners Pam Hayden and Allan Simmons, Eileen and Jeff Tatton, and ladies' captain Moira Barker EMN-150716-165709002

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Louth Golf Club hosted the 31st Harry Younger Mixed Competition last week and were joined by Harry’s daughter Eileen Tatton.

Eileen and her husband Jeff travelled from Sutton Coldfield to play in and present the prizes for the stableford foursomes competition.

Allan Simmons and Pam Hayden won with a score of 37 points, four clear of Eileen and club captain Andrew Wilkinson who took second place on countback from Keith and Linda West. Gwilym and Rosemary Evans were fourth with 32.

* Moira Barker started her Lady Captain’s Day with a shotgun 18-hole stableford for the Janet Moody Trophy.

The overall winner was Sandra Daniels with 36 points.

A group of seniors’ men served buck’s fizz at the halfway house, and a dinner and prize presentation followed the 27 holes of competition.

Vice-captain Carole Craven also officially announced her successor for next year as Flis Smith.

Results – Handicaps 1-23: 1 Sandra Daniels 36; 2 Peggy Hales 35; 3 Gill Leverton 31. Handicaps 24-29: 1 Nicki Templeton 32; 2 Margaret Williams 31; 3 Maureen Barnes 29. Handicaps 30-36: 1 Sylvia Mortimer 29; 2 Janet Ablott 26ocb; 3 Janet Wallis 26.

Nine-hole Team Fun Competition: 1 Sandra Conway, Lesley Elliott, Judith Barber; 2 Peggy Hales, Kate Hicks, June Barber; 3 Elaine Whetton, Rosemary Evans, Linda West. Joy Chambers Trophy for best past captain: Gill Leverton 31. Putting competition: Janet Moody.