RICH Harrison won Ryde Golf Club’s rescheduled club championships last weekend.
After bad weather in July forced its postponement, play went ahead on Saturday and Rich was the overall winner, taking the scratch championship trophy with a gross score of 149 for the two days’ competition.
But he was pushed all the way by Jack McLoughlin, who eventually missed out by one shot. Billy McCormack, with gross 153, was third.
In the handicap competition, McCormack came out on top, with a nett 131, three ahead of Rob Hull and five ahead of Vince Beath.
A separate championship was held for those with handicaps of between 19 and 28, and this was dominated by Rich Williams.
He took home both the O’Donohoe Trophy for the scratch, and the Whirlwind Trophy for the handicap for his gross 172 and nett 130 score.
Second for both contests was Darren Baxter (gross 179, nett 139) with Martin Dover third for both (gross 180, nett 140).
Prizes were also up for grabs for the best Saturday score and best Sunday score.
For the main competition, these were won by Lee Dixon (nett 68) and Matt Bartlett (nett 69) respectively.
The best Saturday score for the higher handicaps was achieved by Steve Russell, with nett 68, with the best Sunday score going to Tim Bone, also on nett 68.