Men’s captain Mike Fisher, two of the winning men’s team, Matt Holbrook and James Summers, and ladies’ captain Lillian Bushby.
ALMOST 100 members of Shanklin and Sandown Golf Club joined with captains Mike Fisher and Lillian Bushby for their annual joint captains’ day.
The format for the day was a shot gun start stableford with the best two from four scores to count and all four scores counting on par threes.
The winning ladies’ team were Chris Gould, Julie Miller, Jan Hill and Linda Piche, with 87 points, a point ahead of Bev Carroll, Joyce Petrie, Fran Cole and Joy Jenkins.
The top mixed team were Jenny and Barry Domoney, Kathryn Harding and Brian Dyer with 99 points, four ahead of Doug and Jackie Stephen, and Stuart and Pearl Robertson.
Two of the men’s teams managed to get into three figures, with second place going to John Richards, Steve Ambrose, Neil Doble and Mark Peppernal on 100 points, with James Summers, Jason Kwan, Ashley Lawrence and Matt Holbrook four points ahead for the overall trophy.
Additional prizes were awarded for nearest the pin on the ninth, won by Kathryn Harding and David Ames.
All competing Juniors went away with a sleeve of balls as a memento. A beat the pro challenge was also run on the ninth hole, with Peter Hammond and his assistant, Chris Reed, playing head to head with each group and having to play the tricky par three hole 24 times.
Meanwhile, the club also held its men’s invitation day last weekend.
Captain Mike Fisher and his guest, Newport’s captain Wayne Matthews, led the field off in the better ball stableford, while was won by father and son team Steve and Lee Ambrose with 46 points.
Second, also on 46 were Roy Butler and Julian Binns, with Mike Jones and Jeff West third on 45.