This page contains a selection of results that are not published to the "HowDidIDo" website.
It is maintained by members of the Golf Committee, plus representatives of the Junior and Senior sections. Not all results will be published here, but we will do our best to keep the page reasonably well updated.
Taunton + Pickeridge Juniors were the winners of the Somerset junior league jamboree at Wheathill golf club on Sunday 21st October, The team consisting of Bailey Langford, Charlie Hooper, Dillon Watts and Pierre Clifford had a team Stableford total of 115 points with 3 scores to count from 4, to win by 1! This is the first time in 9 years that the section has won the event, so well done to the juniors.
A great day for the team and also for Bailey in his year as Junior Captain to finish his tenure on such a high, Well done and thanks to Bailey.
Junior Organiser .
The course was in fantastic condition for the Halloween Stableford 4BBB. The temperature really started to drop as we head into Winter. For full results please click here
Saturday 13th October please click here to view full results
132 players took part with prizes for various categories and 19 people scored 2s!
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All unclaimed prizes (including raffle/ nearest the pins etc) are behind the bar.
Just over £900 was raised for the charity, thank you to everyone that contributed.
Competition was played on Sunday 16th Sept with the wind causing all players difficulties at some point during the round and some tricky pins to contend with. There were 2 twos, both on the 8th, for Shaun Richards & Lennox Heath and Bill Fletcher & Patsy Morgan.
4th David Powell & Jeanne Leader 40pts (18 on back 9)
3rd Pete Richards & Terina Parker 40pts (19 on back 9)
2nd Mike Crump & Margaret Nation 40pts (21 on back 9)
1st John Godley & Jill Paul 41pts
Pictured: Jill Paul, Club Captain Andy Willett & Vice Captain John Godley.
Over 180 players took part on a sunny September Sunday
|1st Place||Dave Swindell||Steve Alison|
|2nd Place||Charlie Hooper||Patrick Simpson|
|3rd Place||Martin Hogan||Terry Hogan|
|4th Place||Jamie Tompkins||Richard Ponsford|
|5th place||Chris Evans||Jo Evans|
For full results including Twos & Nearest the pin results please click here
Congratulations to all prize winners. Please collect your prizes from the pro shop.
1st Katie Guest and Gwen Cavill 54 pts
2nd Jenny Bevan and Liz Stevens 52 pts
3rd Theresa Dowsett and Heather Saxton 51 pts
4th Jackie Pike and Sheila Grant 50 pts on countback
5th Mary Guy and Pat Hunt 50 pts
6th Patsy Morgan and Ros Chidgey 49 pts
Nearest the 2nd Pin (Silver Visitor) – Gin Stewart-Burnett
Nearest the 6th Pin (Bronze Visitor) – Angela Tinnon
Nearest the 6th Pin (Bronze T&P) – Marlene Ewens
Nearest the 18th Pin in 2 shots – Jane Clist
Twos: Katie Guest, Margaret Farley, Vi Gray, Gin Stewart-Burnett, Rose Jarvis and Jackie Segar
27 teams of 4 took part in the annual Yellow ball competition on Saturday 1st September.
|1st||Max Putnam||Ben Dunton||Jon Hutt||Michael Hayman||152|
|2nd||John Irish||Mark Langford||Andrew Trott||Matt Gaskin||150|
|3rd||Ian Martin||Russell Symons||Chris Doyle||David Rigby||150|
|4th||Georgia Richards||Pete Richards||Linda Fletcher||Bill Fletcher||150|
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124 players took part in the Musgrove Cup, raising in excess of £2,000 for the League of Friends of Musgrove Park. Pictured above with Simon, Andy and John is Peter Renshaw from the Friends. Results as follows:
1st – Chris Rowe and Suan Baxter (45 points)
2nd – Jonathan Denton and Richard Lloyd (45 points)
3rd – Robert Hutchinson and Robert Criddle (45 points)
4th – Roy Miller and Brian Trickey (43 points)
5th – Gary Wide and Barry hardwill (42 points)
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1st Julie Brown, Jacky Jacobs, Jasmine Classon and Gina Cox with 87pts
2nd Lorna Nichols, Jane Kingsworth, Julieta Steiner and Gill Laver with 84pts
3rd Jacky Ford, Carolyn Stait, Gin Stewart-Burnett and Lesley Wills with 83pts on count-back
4th Pauline Henson, Lesley Brown, Sue Cox and Erica Howard with 83pts
5th Senga Westwater, Sheila Beresford, Judy Richards and Sarah Manning with 81pts
6th Alison Price, Maggie Newton, Sian Harris and Janet Briggs with 80 pts on count-back
Nearest the pin (Bronze) on 6th hole – Jasmine Classon
Nearest the pin (Silver) on 16th hole – Gin Stewart-Burnett
Nearest the pin in 2 shots on 18th hole – Erica Howard
Longest drive (Bronze) on 11th hole – Marion Mittermaier
Longest drive (Silver) on 7th hole – Jacky Ford
1st Fiona Lockyer gross 149 and winner of the Championship Cup
2nd Helen Hayward gross 161
1st Georgia Richards nett 140 and winner of the Nett Salver
2nd Rose Jarvis nett 141
Winner of the Championship Bronze Trophy – Jackie Pike gross 199
1st Val Hayward, Katy Davies and Jenny Bevan 79 points
2nd Marlene Ewens, Margaret Blackaller and Alicia Symes 76 points
3rd Jackie Lynn, Jackie Pike and Senga Westwater 75 points
Best Front 9 Jacky Ford, Shirley Portis and Heather Fletcher 40 points
Best Back 9 Lennox Heath, Mary Guy and Angela Hollis 37 points
Nearest the 2nd Pin Angela Hollis
Nearest the 6th Pin Katy Davies
Nearest the 14th Pin Janet Kingston
Nearest the 16th Pin Jane Lansdell
Longest Drive (9-holers) Jackie Denton-Cox
Longest Drive (18-holers) Sheila Beresford
9-hole 1-2-3 Waltzing Bowmaker Stableford was won by Anne Thomas, Jean Kennedy and Anne Watson with 41 points
1st Heather Fletcher
2nd Anna Rees
3rd Patsy Morgan
Congratulations to Josh Stancer (Gross champion 76/64) & Tom Slaiter (Nett champion 68/68). For full results please follow this link.
The club’s two teams in the Avalon League continue to have some mixed fortunes. The A team in Division 1, lost at home to Oake and away at Vivary on England quarter finals day. The Stags in Division 2, with a consistent squad of players, faired much better. Supplemented by newcomers Mike Bird & Jon Greenslade, they had a narrow loss against Long Sutton and a fantastic 5-0 win away against Cricket St Thomas A team on Sunday! Well done to the pairings of Oli Smith/Oli Yarde, Steve Coomber/Rob Darvell, Mike Willett/Norman Llewellyn, Mike Broom/Paul Gough and Martin Short/Neil Shattock.
1st place: Ashley Mansell (Clevedon) – 62
2nd place: Toby Hunt (St Mellons) – 66
3rd place: David Dixon (Enmore Park) – 67 (& ties)
Dan Carter (Upavon)
James Ruth (China Fleet)
1st place: T&P Committee – -21
2nd place: Jamie Short Carpet & Flooring – -17
3rd place: Coomber Fire & Security – -16
Mixed Open Results
The All Visitors’ Prize was won by The Mendip’s Rob & Sue Needham, David & Lynne Cox with 79 points.
1st Prize went to the All T&P team of Jane Ledsham, John Wall, Mary-Jo Shepherd and Trevor French with 86 points.
2nd Prize was won by another All T&P team of Lyn & Nigel Gridley, Terina & Kevin Parker with 82 points.
Longest Drives were won by Kevin Parker (T&P) and Karen Banbrook (Marlborough); Nearest the Pin by David Winsor (Dainton Park) and Patsy Morgan (T&P).
Seniors’ Mixed Open Results
The All Visitors’ Prize was won by Jan Harring and Tony Hutt (Alresford) and Anne & JIm Bunce (Yeovil) with 83 points.
1st Prize – Peter & Jean Pell, Terry & Janet Pollard (Ilfracombe) with 81 points
2nd – Matthew & Sally Brosnan, Derek & Angela Cook (Weston-Super-Mare) with 80 points
3rd – Liz Cutler and Lennox Heath (T&P), Roger Cutler a& David Bernard (Enmore Park) with 79 points
4th – Ralph & Anita Sparkes, Ray & Jan Uhl (Tall Pines) with 78 points on countback
Longest Drive – Sylvinne Andrews (Badgemoor Park) and Martin Moore (T&P)
Nearest the Pin – Lennox Heath (T&P) and Glynn Aitken (Saunton)
Nearest the Pin in 2 shots on the 18th hole for all 132 players – Karen Banbrook (Marlborough)
The T&P Junior team were a couple of players short for their Somerset Junior League match at Wells, so their score of 37 was to be expected. They’re now 4th out of six teams but only six points short of the top three. We wish them well in future matches.
Worlebury: 65 Points
Enmore: 104 Points
Wells: 85 Points
T&P: 37 Points
Oake: 90 Points
Mendip Spring: 78 Points
1st Rob and Marion Darvell 43 points
2nd Chris and Jo Evans 42 points on back 6
3rd Pete and Georgia Richards 42 points
Best Front 9 John and Jacky Ford 19 points
Best Back 9 Richard and Berni Hatcher 22 points
1st – Ian Sutcliffe and John Godley – 60pts
2nd – Mark Langford and Laurence Leader – 59pts
3rd – Martin Hogan and Stuart Ling – 58pts
4th – Mike Robinson and Ian Clare – 57ptd
5th – Matt Bettridge and Peter Bettridge – 56pts
6th – Jon West and Andy Turle – 56pts
Thanks to all who took part, over £800.00 was raised for the Captain’s charity.
A great home-leg win for the T&P Juniors today.
Team scores: T&P 103, Worlebury 88, Wells 83, Oake 76, Mendip Spring 62, Enmore 52
The team is now in second place in this round-robin event.
1st Marion Mittermaier and Paddy Farrell 41 points
2nd Jane Ledsham and Norman Llewellyn 40 points
3rd Marlene Ewens and Tony Dowsett 39 points
4th Jeanne Leader and David Powell 39 points
Best Front 9 Terina Parker and Pete Richards 22 points
Best Back 9 Anna Rees and Joe Knowles 20 points
1st Charlie 44 pts, 2nd Freddie 39, Dillon 28.
Division 1 to date – Bailey 45 points, Charlie 44 points , Kyle 44 points
Division 2 to date – Freddie 71 points, Dillon 59 points
Next round on Saturday the 23rd June at 1.30pm
The new look A team had a creditable result away at Minehead on Sunday, halving the match – helped by four late team replacements. All four matches so far have been close affairs; a great 3-2 away win at Oake, 2-3 defeat to vivary and 3-2 win against Stockwood Vale.
The Stags have had a delayed start but opened up their season on Sunday with a 3-2 victory against cricket St Thomas A team.
Winner of the Hewlett Rose Bowl for best Silver Division score was Rosie Spragg with 36 points; runner-up was Carole Rotheram with 30 points who beat Mary Guy into third place on count-back.
Winner of the Harkness Rose Bowl for best Bronze Division score was Margaret Blackaller with 37 points; another count-back saw Marlene Ewens beat Jackie Pike with both scoring 34 points.
1st Pete and Georgia Richards with 42 points
2nd Mike and Heather Crump with 40 points (22 on back 9)
3rd Rob Darvell and Marion Mittermaier with 40 points (19 on back 9)
Best Front 9 Roger Howard and Jane Ledsham with 21 points
Best Back 9 Laurence and Jeanne Leader with 22 points
Twos: Trevor French and Mary-Jo Shepherd; Fred Chidgey and Elaine Payne; Alan and Carol Keenan; John Wall and Jill Paul
1st – Paul Laming, Mike Liddle, Phillip Painter, Cliff Phur
2nd – Martin “Hoagie” Hogan, Paddy Farell, Stuart Ling, Jim Nation
3rd Robrt Hutchinson, Gary Nightingill, Keith Rees, Robert Criddle
4th – Rob Darvell, Marion Mittermaier, Valeria Hayward, Graham Hayward
For the full results please follow this link.
1st – Andy Willett
2nd – Anna Rees
3rd – Kev Parker
4th – Anna Rees
5th – Clive Hardy
1st – Andy Rhodes, Steve Olive, Clive Puttock, Duncan Farrow – Score 48.8
2nd – Kelvin Oxley, Steve Coomber, John Snell, Chris Pitman – Score 48.8
3rd – Stuart Ling, Jim Nation, Martin Hogan, Andy Smith – Score 49
4th – Rob Darvell, Marion Mittermaier, Patrick Simpson, Paul Gough – Score 49.8
Please follow this link to download a spreadsheet of all scores.
1st – J. Brock, R. Maslen, M. Adams, M. Bird – 51.4
2nd – Alistair Johnston, J Snell, Steve Coomber, Kelvin Oxley – 54.5
3rd – Daryll Pengelly, Martin Short, Neil Shattock, James Poole – 54.9
4th – G. Wide, B. Hardwill, B. Kelly, R. Miller – 55.3
5th – C. Hardy, D. Potter, I.Sutcliffe, J. Dyke – 55.4
6th – J. Tong, M. Popham, P.Symons, G.Webber – 55.5
7th – P Laming, D Clark, M Liddle, C Phur – 55.7
8th – Ian Clare, M Robinson, Bruce Chadwick, T Biggs – 55.9
9th – R Barker, S Sully, N Pepperall, C Chedzoy – 56.2
10th – S. Mehrlich, A. Keenen, S. Richards, C. Keenan – 56.2
For full results please follow this link.
Charlie Hooper (1-Up) beat Tom Buckley
1st – John Wall & Paddy Farrell – 44
2nd – Alfie Jubb & Martin Sawyer – 42
3rd – Jon West & Andy Turle – 41
4th – Nick Larcombe & Ian Sutcliffe – 40
5th – Roy Mitchell & Paul Wathen 40
6th – Glen Brooks & Andy Rose – 40
7th – Rich Maslen & JJ Poole – 40
9th – Simon Mehrich & Max Putnam – 39
10th – Paul Laming & Mike Liddle – 39
11th – J Symons & M Popham – 39
12th – R Darvell & A Rhodes – 39
13th – David Potter & Clive Hardy – 39
14th – K Gidley & S Hodgson – 39
15th – Vince Jackson & D Sharp – 39
16th – L Leader & I Thresher