October 19, 2017

Junior Ladies Open 2014

Monday the 13th October 2014 at Sunningdale Ladies

 

The Golf College win the team event

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Shannon Flynn and Lizzie Prior took the team total with a gross score of 130 , 15 shots ahead of runners up Sussex Downs College.

Nett Team winners were Hall Grove

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Antonia Gathy and Ellie Monk won the nett trophy with a score of 118, 3 shots ahead of Roedean

Individual Gross went to Lauren Horsford with a score of 62, she picked up her GALVIN GREEN top and a £160 voucher from HERALDIC GEMS

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Shannon Flynn won the second gross on countback from teammate Lizzie both on a score of 65. Shannon picked up her trophy and a £120 HERALDIC GEMS Voucher

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1st Nett went to Ellie Monk who picked up her trophy and a GALVIN GREEN top

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UNDER 16’s COMPETITION

1st Gross went to Brandy Rook from Sussex Downs College with a score of 68, Brandy picked up her trophy and a voucher for £160 from HERALDIC GEMS

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1st Nett went to Abba Atkin from Talbot Heath with a nett 55, Abba picked up her trophy and a dozen ISGA balls

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UNDER 14’s COMPETITION

1st Gross went to Holly Haslam from New Hall with a gross score of 70, Holly picked up her trophy and a voucher for £120 from HERALDIC GEMS

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1st Nett went to Liberty Jones from St Catherines with a nett score of 53, Liberty picked up her trophy and ISGA balls

 

On arrival at the course this morning the sign was up COURSE CLOSED ……..after torrential rain over night the greens were struggling to drain. After some hard and much appreciated work from the green keepers the course was open for play whilst neighbours Sunningdale and Wentworth remained closed. Thanks must also go to Sam and George  who fielded the many phone calls from  teachers and parents asking for information on the course closure.

The shotgun start gor under way as planned at 11am with light rain. The rain lifted for a while but returned towards the end of the girls rounds. The competition was played in great spirit by the girls who had traveled from as far as Monmouth, Wakefield, Suffolk and the south coast to take part in the competition.

The course proved a true test for the low as well as higher handicaps as the picturesque course needs accuracy and patience to score well.

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Top 25 gross scores from the day

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Top 25 nett scores from the day

 

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Team scores

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css scores will be emailed to all schools

Pictures from the day