ENMORE Park had a excellent Avalon League win against a very strong Mendip Springs team, ensuring they won Division 3 by 5.5 points, while Enmore Royals drew with Cannington. 

Paul Elkins won this week’s club stableford with 40 points, one point clear of both Stuart Chrystall and Ben Filler.

In the Gentleman’s stableford played last week, Wayne Davey won Division 1 on countback from Jack Dray after both scored 41 points, while George Alexiou completed the top three with 37.

Christopher Reed topped Division 2 with 41 points, ahead of Curtis Ricketts on 38 and Justin Hooper on 37.

Club Night Results:
1. S. Kirby, P. Rosewarn, P. Edmonds - 76
2. C. Chapple, C. Johnson, R. Barber - 72
3. C. Marsh, D. Short, D. Brown - 69
4. C. Lazenby, L. Denyer, C. Rickets - 69
5. P. Gouldby, G. Fergusson, P. Ruddock - 66

Mixed Jubilee Bowmaker:
1. Julie Stafford, Alan Vickery, John Rigler
2. Sarah Blake, Mel Miller, Ghost (John Rigler)

Following the away day at Dainton Park, normal service was resumed for Enmore Seniors, with a home friendly against Weston-super-Mare on August 29. 

With captain Dave Pascoe back at the helm, the home side prevailed 6½-1½.

Keith Norcutt and Tony Pomeroy did not lose a hole in winning their match 8 & 7, while Jim Smith and Ray Hancock triumphed 6 & 5. 

The Seniors opened their September programme at Burnham and Berrow yesterday (September 4).


FOLLOWING his runner-up finish in last weekend’s Monthly Medal, Steve Hill went one better in style in Brean Golf Club’s Super Series round on Saturday. 

In the individual Stableford event played from the white tees, he accumulated a very impressive score of 44 points to enjoy a three-point winning margin. 

Second place went to Steve Mason with 41, three clear of Rich Lambert. 
John Rabbetts enjoyed a runaway success in the August Bank Holiday Pro Shop Stableford with a four-point win over Dave Bradley. 

With the daylight quickly fading in the evenings, the weekly Midweek Stablefords will now be played over a reduced number of holes until the end of September. 

Last week’s event was over 13 holes and Nigel Hodges ran out the winner with 28 points, one clear of runner up Bob Smith.

Brean’s director of golf Andrew March bowed out at the quarter-final stage of the Gloucestershire and Somerset PGA Marston’s Matchplay Championship last week. 

March, who was seeded sixth, won his opening game against Josh Davies (Sherdons) by one hole thanks to a final hole birdie, but then lost out in the afternoon to eventual Championship winner Ed Goodwin from Cirencester.