ON Sunday, Enmore Park’s Club Championship were played over 36 holes, where a full field dealt with the heat and breeze.

Tom Acland was the winner of the Faulk Bowl after rounds of 75 and 72, giving him a total of 147.

That was enough to edge out Craig Lazenby by one shot, while Martin Innalls was a shot further back in third.

Lee Lewis won the President’s Trophy with the best net score (71 and 66).

The second best net score was recorded by Andy Epps, with Adam Wright in third.

The Biddiscombe Trophy for the Ladies’ Championship was played for last Wednesday at Enmore Park.

This 36-hole competition for the best gross score was played on a pretty warm day, so congratulations go to all who took part.

The overall winner and this year’s lady champion was Judy Hancock with a gross score of 179, with the runner-up being Eve Bolton with a gross score of 187.

The Gwen Cavill Salver, awarded for the best nett result, was won by Linda Brown with a 36-hole nett score of 156, three ahead of Anne Weston, who was second with 159.

The Brown Trophy, a medal competition over 18 holes, was played for on the same day, at the end of which the overall winner on countback was Julie Stafford with a nett 73.

First in the Silver Division was Jackie Woodman, also with a nett 73, while first in the Bronze Division was Madge Wakefield, again with 73.

Last Thursday, three young Enmore Park golfers – junior members Tom Canavan and Theo Culverhouse, who both attend Bishop Fox’s School in Taunton, along with former junior Sam Stroud-Lewis – took part in the Longest Day Golf Challenge, playing 72 holes to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Between them, the trio have raised almost £700 to date for this very worthy cause.