Belfairs retain Roger Foreman Trophy
Local rivalry took centre stage on Sunday as Belfairs and Southend golf clubs contested the Roger Foreman Trophy. Played twice yearly in the Spring and Autumn, the greensomes competition adheres to the best sporting traditions and is enjoyed by all regardless of the result. It was, however, a win for Belfairs, beating their host 12 points to 4 to retain the trophy won in April.
The Woodhouse Tall Trophy is an individual competition played between the captains and vice captains of the respective clubs and it was another victory for Belfairs as Chris Shawyer and Ian Mudie won 5&4 against their Southend counterparts Dave Burgess and Chris Kirby.
Two medals were contested by the ladies last week with Joan Smith (74) taking the first and Sue Meddle (77) winning a closely fought second on countback from runner-up Andrea Clarke (77) and Joan Howroyd (78) third.
TO BOOK A TEE-TIME, visitors to Belfairs Golf Course can book online here or telephone the Starters Hut on 01702 525345
Please observe golf etiquette: repair pitch marks; replace divots and avoid slow play.