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Musgrove Cup Day raises over £2k at T&P

 

TAUNTON and Pickeridge hosted the Musgrove Cup Charity Golf Day on Friday that saw 124 players taking part.

Despite the weather doing itís best to spoil the day everyone who was involved enjoyed the day and the funds raised are expected to exceed £2,000, all of which will be donated to Musgrove Park Hospital.

This is the fourth year that T&P has hosted the competition, which they took over following the closure of Taunton Vale Golf Club in late 2014.

The competition produced some good scores and three pairs returned with 45 points. After countback however it was Chris Rowe and Susan Baxter who claimed first place, Jonathan Denton and Richard Lloyd were second and Robert Hutchinson and Robert Criddle third.

Fourth place went to Roy Miller and Brian Trickey with 43 points, one ahead of Gary Wide and Barry Hardwill who were fifth with 42.

The nearest the pin on the second hole was won by Matt Cotterell, on the sixth it went to Dave Knight, on the 10th Jack Gooder was the winner, on the 15th it was Nick Larcombe, on the 16th Sarah Rendell while on the last hole it was Daniel Fallance who claimed the prize.

Ladies' Results - Tuesday 14 August 2018
On Tuesday the Ladiesí Section took part in the Captain's Charity Medal.

In the Silver Division it was Gill Shire with a net 73 who was the winner, one shot ahead of Margaret Nation on 74, while Jacky Ford was third with 76.

In the Bronze Division it was Heather Crump who was first but only following countback that put her ahead of Margaret Blackaller after both returned with 69. Linda Fletcher was third with 72, and Marlene Ewens fourth on 75 after countback

Twos were recorded during the round by Heather Crump, Linda Fletcher and Carolynne Fawcett.

The winner of the Ladies' Captain's Charity Trophy was Heather Crump.

The competition raised £29 for the Ladies' Captain's chosen charity, Parkinsonís South West.

The 9-Hole Stableford was won by Jackie Denton-Cox with 17 points
One ahead of second placed Jane Ledsham with 16.