MARJORIE Mackenzie won the Ladies Medal on 8 January with a score of 40 over nine holes.
Karen Marshall was just half a stroke behind and just half a stroke ahead of Wendy Hurworth and Jo Mason.
Barbara Mahan had 41 1/2, Karen Fellows 42 and Sue Bennison, June Halley and Janet Wightman 42 1/2.
In the men’s competitions, Peter C Brown won the Midweek Stableford with 36 points over 15 holes, beating John Carter and Bob Scott by one point.
Fraser Seaton and Robin Sisson had 33,
Brian Jamieson and Kevin Barker 32 and John Hartley and Adam Lyth 31.
Saturday’s Stableford was won by Tam McConville with 35 points, from Simon Gibson on 34, Mike Coates on 33 and John Carter, Kevan Little and
Ian Cowie on 32. Jim Hall had 31 and Peter C Brown, Paul Ventress and Mark McBurney 30.
Luke Asbury and Dean Bennett won the Fourball Betterball on Sunday morning with 54.
Playing in a threeball, Alex Wiggins partnered both John Carter and Tam McConville and both pairings had 55.
Also on 55 but losing out over the back nine were Simon Walker with men’s captain Terry Wilkinson.
This weekend sees the usual Saturday Stableford, Sunday Fourball Betterball and Midweek Stableford.
Don’t forget to get your name on the entry list if you want to be considered for selection in both the upcoming Tigers and Rabbits Alliance
Members should note the Annual General Meeting has been postponed until Wednesday 20 February to give time for the accounts to be finalised and distributed.
It will take place in the clubhouse at 7.30pm.
This week’s winner in the 200 Club weekly draw for £100 is J Lucas.
THIS week B is for Balance, a necessity in playing good, consistent golf.
Make sure that your weight is evenly spread between your feet and neither too much towards your heels nor your toes.
Try to have the feeling that your weight is between the insides of your feet, and although it moves from side to side during the swing it never moves to the outside of the feet.
A really good exercise, one of my favourites, is to practise swinging a 7 iron with your feet together.
When you get the hang of it, hit some shots this way – you will soon find out if you are being too violent with your body.