Toft senior golfers honoured at lunch

Pictured are the trophy winners at Toft Golf Club Seniors lunch and presentation
Pictured are the trophy winners at Toft Golf Club Seniors lunch and presentation
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Captain Bob Gore welcomed 67 members to the Toft Seniors Golf Section’s Christmas lunch and presentations in the George suite at Toft hotel.

He thanked the staff for a truly festive meal before presenting the annual awards.

The threeclub competition earlier in the day was won by John Harmeston with Bill Collins second. Adrian Childs was nearest the pin on the third and Terry Lacey was nearest the pin on the tenth.

The winter eclectic winner was Paul Asher and runner up was Mal Nichols.

The winter pairs winners were David Sharp and Bob Gore and runners up were Rod Campbell and Barry Harriman.

The winter singles winner was Chris Jones and runner up was Pete Spencer.

The summer eclectic winner was Paul Asher and runner up was John Tummon.

The summer singles knockout was won by Jim Clayton and runner up was Chris Jones.

The summer pairs winners were Andy Brown and Paul Nicholson and runners up were Roger Evison and Eric Wilson.

The summer singles plate was won by John Kirkman and runner up was Nigel Turnbull.

The Jim Jamieson spring medal was won by Geoff Parker and runner up was Graham Hughes.

The John Freeman classic winner was Peter Wass and runner up was Terry Taylor.

The summer medal memorial cup was won by Bob Gore and runner up was Bill Collins.

The Jack Legg tumbler autumn medal was won by Lou West and runner up was John Tummon.

The Pipe Cup was won by Andy Briggs and the runner up was Alan Peach.(The Old Un’s winner was David Wynne).

The John Larkinson trophy was won by Lou West with Chris Jones runner up.

The John Kirkman Foxes and Rabbits trophies winners were (Foxes) John Lewis and runner up Trevor Sayer, (Rabbits) John Harmiston and runner up was Lionel Tupholme.

Golfer of the year was Paul Asher with Paul Nicholson second.

Bob thanked everyone for an enjoyable event and for raising £213 for his nominated charity.