WEST REGION PGA
DOWNES Crediton pair Robin Goodey and Barry Austin won a rain-affected West Region PGA Fourball Championship at Teign Valley.
The duo won it on a play-off from two other pairings at the 164-yard 10th hole when Austin sunk a 25-foot putt following 17 successive pars.
"It was just as well as that was almost certainly going to be the last hole of the day," said regional secretary Glenn Ross.
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Goodey and Austin made birdies at the fourth, fifth, eighth, 12th, 17th and 18th but failed to capitalise on either par 5s on the back nine.
Barry Lambert produced a gross 72 in tricky conditions to take the division one and gross prizes in the Homefield Trophy.
His nett 63 earned a five-shot win over Kevin Walkling, one shot ahead of Martin Pitcher.
Sam Garner produced a nett 62 for division two by three shots over Andy Phillips.
David Leverton took the overall prize and division three with his nett 61. Ray Ellis (70) beat Cliff Partridge (71) into third.
Mark Crouch won division one of the midweek stableford with 37 points, two ahead of Dave Adams, who beat Dan Holt on countback.
Chris Gaite's 39 points won him division two, beating Andy Phillips (37) and Mike Fowkes. Martyn Wills (35) won division three. Dave Mulvihill (34) beat Gary Burch on countback.
Oli Cowl won the 36-hole scratch section of the Club Championship. His 148 was one better than Harry Flower.
The 18-hole handicap event was won by John Bamford (nett 66) over Alistair Jack (68), whose score was good enough to win division one from Jimmy Heal (70) and Oli Cowl (70).
The ladies' Sheelah Creasy team lost at Dainton Park by five games to two.
Nick Godfrey and Keith Harkness won division one of the fourball better ball stableford with 44 points to claim the Barnes Cup.
Simon Jeffries and Mark Curtis (43) were second, while Del Owen and Graham Moysey (42) took third from Ollie Holman and Dean Rice.
Derek Wildash and Rob Reddington (40) won division two on the back nine from Paul and Michael MacDonald.
Jonathan Rattenbury is the new club champion with a gross score of 149. Ian Moore (150) was second, and third went to Gareth Holt with 152.
Best gross score for an over-55 went to Malcolm Hill with 161 for the John Leonard Tankard.
Dean Rice's nett 134 won him best nett score and the Hutchings Cup, with Paul Skidmore second (136) and Adrian Tilley third with a nett 138.
The ladies' June stableford saw Abby Turner win the silver division with 37 points.
Sue Williams (34) was second, one ahead of Marcia Jones.
Sue Stanbury (35) took the bronze division, beating Val Dodsworth on countback and Lynda Walker by a point.
The Warren face Tiverton in the Palairet quarter-finals after beating Exeter 3-2, while the B team beat Sidmouth B 6-0.
Laurie McClellan won the Sunday stableford roll up with 36 points, three ahead of Jean Dyer and Keith Brimson.
The previous Wednesday stableford saw Sam Williams win division one with 41 points, one ahead of Jake Brock and James Urquhart. Darren Chant (41) won division two.
In the veterans' Freddie Weeks Trophy 18 hole medal, Martin Beckett took division two with a nett 65, three ahead of division one winner Roger Bloomfield.
Lee Fryatt is 2012 club champion after a gross 151 in strong wind, with James Urquhart (154) second and Tim Aggett third with a pair of 78s.
Jamie Nickles had a nett 144 to win the Handicap Cup, while Jake Brock had a nett 71 and 73. James Allum was third (146).
Club captain Jamie Nickles and ladies captain Sarah Thomas (38) won the Mixed Goodman Salver. Steve and Lesley Turpin were second.
Sarah Thomas won the Warren Centenary Trophy with +1, with Ann Ward next on 0.
Richard Parfitt won division one of the Wednesday stableford with 40 points, beating James Urquhart and Aaron Robertson (both 37). Alec Williams (37) won division two ahead of Tim Lake (36) and Lee Dolan (35).
In the veterans' three-man Texas scramble, Ian Roberts, Geoff Rogers and Peter M West were first with a nett 61.9.
Mike Watson, Brian Dyer and Bill Eaton were second with a nett 62.6.
The South Devon League side lost 6-1 at Dainton, but the B team won 4-2.
The seniors' roll-up was a team stableford lucky fours, won by Peter Stone, Roy Barber and Peter Warner with 95.
Chris Padget and Andrzak Sobczak were second on 92.
The ladies' roll-up saw Marie Penny win the Acorns with 38, while Jasmine Clapson (35) held off two others for second on countback. Anna Smith (33) held off Angela Bungard (27) for the Oaks.
Woodbury beat St Mellion 3.5 to 2.5, while the seniors drew at home to the same opponents.
Jeff Kamester won the midweek stableford with 36, ahead of Neil Rice (32).
Tony Townsend (38) won the Mitie Cup and division two ahead of Robert Finch on 35.
Harry Flowers (36) won the first division from John Cowl on countback. Kelly Hughes edged out Barry Nichols on countback in the third division.
The weekend stableford saw Jonathan Veale win the first division (38). He was also the overall winner.
Mark Newton (36) was runner-up, while Chris Turner (37) took the second division, edging out Gary Rice on 36. Daryn Hunt (35) took the third division from Harry Cockayne (34).
Avril Glover (34) beat Su Calver in the silver division, while Sue Kirk (39) was bronze winner and overall ladies' winner, four ahead of Paula Cowl.
Wendy Taylor and Lyn Playford made the semi-finals of the Devon County ladies veterans after beating Teignmouth.
Veronica Hughes with 38 points was the winner of the Acorns in the ladies' roll-up, closely followed by Christine Haveron (37). Teresa Tea (35) took the Oaks the runner-up.
Chris Hatherly (38) won the midweek stableford, with Paul May (34) second.
Tim Rufus (40 points) won the June Cup, three ahead of Andrzej Sobczak, to reach the regional finals.
The Sheelah Creasey team beat Sparkwell 5.5 to 1.5.
The seniors reached the third round of the Emerton Court trophy for the first time after beating Thurlestone.
After a 2.5-2.5 scoreline away from home, Fingle managed to earn a 3-2 win.
The first team will face Tiverton in the quarter-finals of the Parker Trophy after beating Woodbury 2-1.
Jamie Hoskins won the Carlsberg Cup with 37 points from 0.75 handicap. Colin Durbin was second in division one with 35.
Adrian Blake (34) won division two, two ahead of Martin Read. Roy Miller won division three with 32 in front of Steve Taylor in second on 31.
Tuesday's club par matchplay versus the course competition saw Michelle Underwood take division two with +2.
Martin Read (+1) won division one on countback from Sam Finnimore, with Mitch Davidson third.
Anne Woodger won Wednesday's foursomes competition with 35 points, ahead of Ann Short and Sandra Townsley.
Ann Hazelwood and Michelle Underwood won Saturday's competition with 34.
The Dave Rooke better ball was won by Andy Rogers and Chris Haggar (44 points) after a sudden death play-off. Jamie Hoskins and Andy Collman were second and Joe Winsor and Chris Baxendale (42) third.
Pete Salter won division two of Tuesday's Chaucer's Medal, ahead of Roger McAndress (73) and Pete Broadbelt in third.
Guy Hoskins won division one with a nett 68 on countback from Keith Barzey.
The ladies are still unbeaten in the President's Trophy with a win at Teignmouth. Sally Baker, Molly Hutchings and Kay King won Wednesday's yellow Ball stableford.
Sandy and James Urquhart secured maximum points to help the county second team to a 12-3 victory over Somerset.
Brian Donald won the seniors' stableford competition on Monday with 36 points.
Chris Hazelwood was second with 35 ahead of Martin Green on countback.
Jan and Wayne Dickinson won the mixed invitation greensome stableford with 47 points.
Olwen Eaton took first in the silver division of this week's stableford with 38 points.
Jackie Seager took second with 34, while Lesley Oxenham (32) won bronze one.
Hilda Hoepelman (31) was second, with Andrea Squire (30) third. Majson Stroud took bronze two with 29 points, four ahead of Cherry Liell.
John Discombe, Ian Hamilton and Howard Clayton won the seniors' three-man team stableford with 60 points, followed by Bill Eaton, Peter Dart and Tom Tunnicliffe with 59.
Tiverton will face Dawlish Warren in the quarter-finals of the Palairet Trophy after a 4-1 victory over Thurlestone at Dainton Park.
Tiverton went through thanks to 7&6 wins for Rhys Cruse and Ben Hearn in the first game and Martin Selby and Ollie Taylor off third.
Jim Bray and Harry Konig were three up after eight holes, but they were pulled back and lost on the 19th. Chris Audin and Daniel Perry took it with a 2&1 win in the fourth game. Matt Woodgate and Nixie Acfield won on the 17th.
Andy Bowers returned to Tiverton after eight years away to win his second club championship, with gross scores of 73 and 70 for a total of 143.
Bowers, playing off four, completed a fine day by winning the nett competition for the President's Cup after a six-hole play-off with Carl Skinner.
Results, club championship (Granlund Scratch Cup): 1 Andy Bowers (73+70=143); 2 Rhys Cruse (74+71=145); 3 Jim Bray (73+73=146); 4 Carl Skinner (78+75=153); 5 Ben Hearn (76+77=153); 6 Ollie Taylor (73+80=153); 7 Matt Woodgate (79+75=154); 8 Tony Allsopp (75+79=154); 9 Cameron Bundy (82+73=155); 10 Nixie Acfield (79+77=156). President's Cup: 1 Andy Bowers (69+66=135); 2 Carl Skinner (69+66=135); 3 Ben Pitkin (73+64=137); 4 Daniel Perry (70+70=140); 5 Cameron Bundy (75+66=141); 6 Alex McFerren (73+68+141); 7 John Phripp (73+68=141); 8 Julian Partridge (69+72=141); 9 Jim Bray (71+71=142); 10 Gary Aitchison (71+71=142)
Ian Brierley had a hole-in-on as Tiverton's veterans beat Saunton in the Emerton Court Trophy. With the scores at 5-5, Brierley and Mike Eastmond – who won their match 4&3 – took the first extra hole to book a quarter-final with Stover.
Results: Ian Brierley & Mike Eastmond won 4&3, Gerry Franklin & John Phripp won 2-up, Graham Dyson & Derrick Barrett halved, Mike Hurley & Peter Stuckey lost 3&2, Bill Tobin & David Jack lost 2&1
Caroline Anderson carded 39 points to win the ladies' second June Stableford.
Trevor Milner posted 39 stableford points to win the veterans' four-club challenge.
James Lambden and Abbie Moyes won the scratch prize in the County Mixed Greensomes.
The duo were seven over gross for the 25 holes and came second in the handicap event, for the Palairet Cup, with 50 stableford points.
Tiverton's juniors moved into the next round of the Basil Steer Trophy after a 2.5-0.5 victory over Exeter at Padbrook Park.
Ben Hearn won 5&4, Harry Konig triumphed 6&5 and Nixie Acfield halved.
Padbrook bowed out of the Palairet Trophy with a 4-1 loss to Teign Valley at Tavistock.
Cary Rawlings and Hamish Marshall gained Padbrook's point with a one-hole victory.
Nine-year-old James Reed made it back-to-back wins as he followed up his victory on Professionals Day with a win in the Andy Jermy Trophy.
Reed beat Kelvin Curtis in the pro's day on countback after both players tied on 35 points.
He won the Andy Jermy Trophy by a point with a return of 39. He beat Mark Perrott.
Midweek Stableford: 1 P Reed 22pts, 2 M Johns 20, 3 M Partridge 19, 4 I Carvell 19, 5 K Radbourne 19, 6 M Perrott 19
Jim Kennard won the Syd Guscott Cup by one point with a score of 32.
Mark Hartley won the two-day club championship on 150, four ahead of David Slee.
Hartley also won the Buller Bowl (handicap championship) on 138, four ahead of Slee and Alan Draper. In the consolation stableford, Shaun Moore won with 37 points.
The seniors' Jack Painting Memorial was won on countback by Richard Eagles (38) over Bill Ripping. Ron Berry won division two with 37 points.
Graham Pateman won the Albert Midsummer Cup with 41 points off 0.75 handicap.
Bill Ripping took the Les Pope Cup with 43 points in division two, while Kevin Woolacott (42) won division one. Ben Row won the midweek stableford.
Lyn Parry claimed the Grandma's Cup stableford bronze one title. Bronze two went to Norma Barry, while Jo Coe won the silver division.
Betty Willey topped division one in bronze one while Sue Bonner won bronze two.Fran Shrubsole won the silver.
Chet Greenslade took the mixed invitation with Sue Pearman with 44 points.
Martin Garnsey, Matt Davey and Alan Hatherley shared the three-player team open with 77.
Downes Crediton is offering free golf coaching taster sessions for adult beginners and non-members on Saturday, July 14 and Saturday, August 4.
Individual 15-minute taster sessions are also available by appointment.
For information, phone Downes Crediton Golf Club on 01363 774464.
Results, club championship scratch: 1 M Hartley, 150pts, 2 D Slee 154, 3 M Garnsey 154, 4 O Greenslade 158
Buller Bowl (Handicap): 1 M Hartley 138, 2 D Slee 142, 3 A Draper 142
Jack Painting Memorial, division 1: 1 R Berry 37, 2 J Corbett 36, 3 R Field 35. Division 2: 1 R Eagles 38, 2 B Ripping 38, 3 S Gibson 36
Les Pope Cup, division 1: 1 K Woolacott 42, 2 T Long 39, 3 J Kenshole 38. Division 2: 1 B Ripping 43, 2 D Moss 40, 3 P Moffat 38
Midweek Stableford: 1 B Rowe 41, 2 M Garnsey 35
Ladies' Grandma's Cup, silver division: 1 J Coe, 2 S Button, 3 S Leach. Bronze 1: 1 L Parry, 2 M Mapledoram, 3 B Willey. Bronze 2: 1 N Barry, 2 D Botterill, 3 S Sparham
Men's stableford: 1 S Moore 37, 2 J Ponsford 36, 3 B Kelly 34. Mixed invitation: 1 C Greenslade & S Pearman 44, 2 Q Payne-Cook & S Leach 40
Seniors' Albert Midsummer Cup: 1 G Pateman 41, 2 C Shaw 36, 3 D Moss 36, 4 J Wigginton 35. Three-player team open: 1 M Garnsey, M Davey, A Hatherley 77, 2 J Bushill, N Bushill, T Barrett 73, 3 A Down, J Ezard, P Ezard 72, 4 S Lay, T Greenslade, M Jewell 71
Ladies medal, silver division: 1 F Shrubsole, 2 S Button, 3 S Leach. Bronze 1: B Willey, 2 S Marklew, 3 J Mitchell. Bronze 2: 1 S Bonner, 2 D Parsons, 3 N Barry