GOLF: Miller and Thomson land the spoils at Enmore Park
June 1, 2021
MELANIE Miller and Gilmour Thomson overcame nearly 50 opponents to win the Mixed Lamb Cup at Enmore Park on Sunday.
They scored 48 points to finish four points clear of Shanni Whisler and Phil Taylor on 44.
Beverley Broad and Paul Henson edged into third ahead of Sarah Rendell and Tony Deeble on countback after both carded 42.
Gethin Pye was the winner of the Gents’ Brian Club Monthly Medal on Saturday when he scored 64 playing off a handicap of 12.
Terence Hogan scored 67 playing off 11 to claim second place while Dylan Nyce off 8 carded 68 to be third.
There were 12 twos scored including two from Dave Keates at the second and seventh holes.
The Ladies section of the competition on Saturday played off the Red Tees was won by Melanie Millar with a score of 75 playing off 24, Sarah Rendell playing off 26 was second with 81 ahead of third placed Hilary Cockcroft off 30 whe returned with the same score.
Enmore Ladies played their first friendly match for two years on Monday when they hosted the The Mendip and despite the very inhospitable weather won 4-1.
Jane Driver and Henriette Hayden were the winners of the Ladies Winter League with 46 points, Rachel Johnson and Eve Bolton were second on countback ahead of Nanette Moore and Beverley Broad after both pairs scored 39.
The Enmore Seniors were in Somerset Bowl action on Monday against Stockwood Vale, losing 4-1. The only victory came from Captain-elect Jeff Saunders and Steve Lukins.
The Enmore Seniors just failed to get revenge for an earlier away defeat when they hosted Exeter Golf & Country Club.
Captain Peter Scott and Geoff Garbutt, plus Pete Farnell and John Earp, levelled the match at 2-2 after Exeter took a two game lead. But the visitors finished the stronger to take the honours by 3½-2½.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.