Barbara Unwin triumphs as Boston Golf Club’s Past Captains’ Trophy

Barbara Unwin receives her trophy from lady captain Pam King.
Barbara Unwin receives her trophy from lady captain Pam King.

THE ladies’ section at Boston Golf Club have enjoyed yet another month of golfing fixtures at both the club and around the county.

Lady Captain Pam King has presented several trophies this month.

The first piece of silverware was the the Past Captain’s Trophy which was won by Barbara Unwin with a nett score of 75.

Runner-up was Chris Sheriff with nett 77.

The Dunhill Islands Trophy - awarded to the player with the best stableford score - was won by Yvonne Scaffarczyk with 38 points, winning ahead of junior golfer Lois Williams with 36 points.

Yvonne was back in the winners’ arena when she won the May Stableford with 38 points, beating runner-up Ann Hodgson’s 35 points.

Success in these two competitions has seen Yvonne’s handicap cut by two shots.

The Cheer Cup was presented to Hilary Calvert, winning on countback from Ruth Simpson.

The winning medal score was a nett 73.

The Australian Spoons, a stableford foursomes event, was won by Vanessa Johnson and Joan Young.

The Lady Captain versus Lady President competition saw competitors dressed in pink for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity.

The Lady Captain’s team were victorious in a day which raised £300 for the cause.

The May Waltz was won by Anne Sutton, Jacqui Short and Di Lincoln and a fun am-am was won by Ruth Simpson, Jacqui Short and Vanessa Johnson with a runaway score of 85 points.

At the County Spring Bronze meeting held at North Shore, Skegness, Anne Sutton and Kath Yates won the Mary Mundy Salver for the best betterball score.

At the ladies’ am-am at Tydd St Giles the winning team of Jean Markham, Jacqui Short, Pat Clifton and Joan Young secured their first place with 86 points in style with an eagle on the 18th hole.

At Boston West, Boston ladies dominated the am-am.

The winners were Fran Grant, Yvonne Schaffarczyk, Chris Needham and Margaret Hardy with a score of 83 points.

In second placed, also with 83 points, were Hilary Calvert, Joan Young, Vanessa Johnson and Kate Hall-Jones.