IAN Edwards and Mark Sly were victorious in the Four BBB format with an impressive score of 46 points at Enmore Park Golf Club.
Ian's gross birdie blitz on holes 13, 15 and 16 helped secure a comfortable four shot victory over Gary Walker and Alan Chambers - and Robert Stewart andGeri Clifford, with four other pairing a shot back.
Shelia Bowden was victorious in the Leffman Rose Bowl with a fantastic 38 points.
Leading the way in the Silver Division was Sue Hockley with 35 points, one ahead of Anne Weston in second and Mavis Tudor in third, both with 34 points.
In the Bronze Division it was Hilary Cockroft who finished in second behind Shelia, with Janet Waplington in third, both with 36 points.A total of 38 Ladies took part in their Annual Dawn Patrol - the winners were Ladies captain Judith Sperring and Debbie Dingle with 39 points – second were Lynn Slocombe and Ann Weston with 36 points on countback and third, Betty Edney and Hazel Percy also with 36 points.
Enmore Park Seniors had only one match this week, away on the Long Sutton course.
Severely affected by the winter flooding, the course has recovered remarkably well.
So much so that the home players almost completely outplayed the Enmore squad winning by seven matches to one.
The single Enmore point was gained by John Rigler with Jefferson Horsley.
180 senior golfers took part in the Enmore seniors open, a testament to the high regard for visiting players to experience the course. However, home player, John Taylor, took the honours with a fantastic 46 points, also winning the Ron Holman cup in the process.