A field of 116 took part in the popular Kenwick Park Seniors Open.
It was a close-run competition with a countback needed to declare Kenwick Park’s Lee Fisher and his partner David Burnell (Radcliffe-on-Trent) the winners with 43 points.
The home pairing of Bernie Stafford and Mike Walker were runners-up, and Kenwick Park’s Derek Kayee and Roger Culpin took third prize with 42 on a countback from Rob Houlton (Kenwick Park) and Mark Fleming (Grimsby). Peter Lyon (Newark) and Andrew Tonge (Belton Park) scored 41 to finish fifth.
Rob Houlton won the nearest-the-pin prize at the eighth hole, and Lee Fisher was closest at the 17th.
The raffle raised an impressive total of £533 for Louth Hospice, the seniors captain’s chosen charity.
* The Kenwick Park GC men played a medal from the back tees on a breezy day for the Kenwick Trophy.
An excellent score of 77-10=67 earned Josh Baines both the trophy and a reduction to a single-figure handicap of nine.
John Hood came second with 75-6=69 ahead of Chris Winney who scored 78-8=70. English International Ashton Turner had an outstanding round of 69+3=72 to take fourth place and win the best gross prize for the day.
In the ladies’ medal, Julia Labbett won the silver division with 90-16=74 from Sandra Crow (87-12=75).
The ladies’ vice-captain Penny Buckley won the bronze division with 97-24=73, and Jo Herring came second with 109-32=77.
* Jenny Cutts invited the past lady captains to play for the Past Captains Trophy.
Linda Cahalin won the event for the third time with 35 points.