Congleton Golf Club
Bailey prevails for cup
Tom Bailey has won the Colclough Trophy, after being the player with the lowest combined rounds from the June and July Medals. His combined net score was 130.
Named in honour of the highly respected former professional John Colclough, the trophy is a test of composure and consistency, strengths associated with Mr Colclough.
The July medal was won by Jon Imroth, with Tom Andrews in second place and Colin Hepting in third.
Brian Harpur won division two, with Malcolm Smith runner-up and Tom Bailey in third place.
Mixed open a “huge success”
Played under the greensomes format, Louise Williams and Chris Wilson won with a score of 43 points. Second place went to the Bougheys with a score of 41. John and Sue Booth returned the best score from non-members.
The captain and lady captain presented the prizes and thanked the catering staff for their “excellent” food along with all the competitors “for their enthusiasm”.
Hole in one
Lady captain elect, Angie Gibbons, provided refreshments to all, as is the custom after achieving that most sought after of golfing dreams – a hole in one. She was congratulated by the club.
A club spokesman said: “As ever, the course was in immaculate condition, as it has been all year. Club professional Mike Green provided a fantastic prize table.”
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