The men’s October medal competition took place at Little Hay GC on Sunday with Mick Whelan winning Division One.
He went out in 42 and came home in 37, with a birdie and ten pars for an impressive net 69, beating Jim Lochhead by one stroke. Darren Green was third with a net 71.
Barry Gillespie won Division Two with a fine net 65, going out in 39 and returning in 45 with a birdie and seven pars, to beat Paul Whiter by three shots. Third after a card play was off Des Barry.
Saturday saw the club’s B team host Ruislip for the annual HaySlip match. Ruislip took this year’s encounter by two points, 4-2.
Despite Saturday’s heavy rain, the pairing of Mick Whelan and Sam Deering had Little Hay’s best score of the day with an impressive better-ball score of 61.
The ladies’ October’s medal the previous Monday was won by Trish Joslin with a net 78, beating Yvonne Miles by three shots, while Jacky Pearson was third after a card playoff.
Last Tuesday saw the annual challenge match between senior captain Paul Whiter and a team of past captains.
It was a close clash with the captain’s side winning by a single point, 3 ½ –2 ½.
Last Thursday saw the seniors out in force for this month’s medal. Trevor Sargent won Division One, hitting two 40s, with a birdie and eight pars for a net 65, beating Brian Ridgeway by two shots.
Tony Grainger was third with a net 69.
Wael Aljawad won Division Two with a net 69, going out in 45 and returning in 48, beating Geoffery Selley by a shot.
John Murphy was third with a net 73.