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PUBLISHED: 17:04 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:45 08 July 2010

A recent 'three clubs and a putter' event at Richmond Park Golf Club, was won by Lesley Matthews, with Margaret Broadbent second and Yvonne Shaw third.

A recent 'three clubs and a putter' event at Richmond Park Golf Club, was won by Lesley Matthews, with Margaret Broadbent second and Yvonne Shaw third.

The week before, a greensomes event was played, won by Yvonne Shaw and Diane Pitman.

The Christmas golf and dinner was held on December 17 when a nine-hole stableford was played followed by a pre-dinner drink and a two-course carvery meal.

Winners of the front nine were Geraldine Rowarth, Eileen Chard, Margaret Taylor and Dorothy Stephenson, winners of the back nine were Rosie Sutterby, Fran Parker, Brenda Fairhead and Anne Long. A stableford was played on December 3: Division One: 1 Margaret Broadbent (36), 2 Lesley Matthews (31). Division Two: 1 Dylis Gibbs (35), 2 Jeanette Fowler (32). Division Three: 1 Jean Barrall (37), 2 Hilda Whitmarsh (26).

Birdies were gained by Lesley Matthews, two at the third, and Jean Barrall, two at the 17th. On the 10th a rotational stableford was played and won by Margaret Broadbent, Diane Pitman, and Yvonne Shaw.

On November 26 a game of two halves was played which was won by Dylis Gibbs (19), 2 Margaret Middleton (22).

On November 19 a stableford was played. Division One: 1 Margaret Lockwood (33), 2 Margaret Broadbent (29), Division Two: 1 Mary Wakeford (41), 2 Denise Warren (37), Division Three: 1 Hilda Whitmarsh (30), 2 Audrey Cleverly (27).


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