Ravenhills win the Mr and Mrs competition at Toft Golf Club

Alex Nicol, Lady Captain Judith Childs and Alison Ravenhill EMN-140930-113628001

Alex Nicol, Lady Captain Judith Childs and Alison Ravenhill EMN-140930-113628001

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It has been a busy month for golfers at Toft with exchange days and competitions coming thick and fast.

A group of 22 Toft ladies enjoyed a round of golf with a difference in their Exchange Day at Sleaford Golf Club organised by Vice-Captain Jean Parsons.

Wily Jean had devised a competition more taxing than straightforward stableford scoring and built in a system of adding, subtracting and dividing individual scores.

Top with the golf and the maths was the team of Lisa Gauci and Barbara Hare with a whopping total of 44 points.

In second place were Karen Parsonage and Louise Bradley on 39 on countback. Judith Frame and Judith Childs won the prize for the most points scored on the par three holes.

The annual Scotts Quaich event, popularly termed the Mr and Mrs competition, was played in fine and warm weather on a Toft course in very good condition with the greens a touch slower than usual.

Ten married couples took on the challenge of producing a harmonious combined tally of stableford points and scoring was very positive.

In third place were Sandra and Steve Wildmore on 68 just behind Cathy and John Lee who put together 69 points but the clear winning pair with 72 were Alison Ravenhill and Alex Nichol who also bagged the Nearest the Pin prizes donated by Joe and Mairead Scott who instigated the competition.

lEWGA Medal competition results: 1st Sally Burton 107=36=71, 2nd Lorraine Robinson 91-13=78, 3rd Helen Roscoe 96-18=78

Nine Hole Qualifier: 1st Angela Jenkinson 17 points c/b, 2nd Anne Knox 17 c/b, 3rd MargaretDair 17 c/b.

Tuesday Stableford:1st Louise Bradley 45 points, 2nd Chris Barnes 43, 3rd Margarte Dair 39.

lA group of 40 Players from Toft Seniors took part in the Annual Blankney Exchange Day.

Played in good conditions on an excellent course. The match proved to be a very enjoyable occasion with one or two good scores being recorded.

First was B Harriman with 37 points by virtue of countback.

Results: 1st B Harriman 37, countback, 2nd B Collins 37, 3rd R Shead 34 countback, 4th M Marriott 34, 5th C Pearce 33, 6th M Nicholls 32.

Nearest the pin on the seventh pole was J Clayton, nearest the pin on the sixteenth was M Marriott.

lEarlier in the month Toft once again hosted its Mixed Open.

An impressive 72 players from 17 different clubs taking part.

Although he didn’t feature amongst the team prizewinners, a big winner on the day was Terry Slade from Kirton Home. His hole in one on the third brought him the reward of dinner for four at the hotel.

He was presented with his prize by Robert Reid, owner of the Toft Country House Hotel and Golf Club.

For the home side, Sandra and Steve Wildmore came top with 39 points on countback. And for the visitors it was Sharon and George Ely from Waltham Forest, with 41 points, also on countback.

Other results: Toft 2nd Geraldine and Ian Moss 39; Visitors 2nd Sandy and Terry Rawlins, Waltham Windmill, 41; 3rd Anita and Chris Corderey, Elton Furze, 37; 4th – May Burn and Patrick Doyle, Brampton Park 36.

Nearest the pin for the ladies was Margaret Dair for Toft; Nearest the pin for the Toft men was James Wiggins.

Belton Park’s nearest the line for the ladies was Jacqueline Hilton, Toft’s nearest the line man was Alan Peach.