Saturday 10th August saw a good sized field of 91 Members competing for the Prideaux Brune and Le Marchant trophies. The Prideaux Brune was competed for by all players with a handicap of 12 or less and the Le Marchant for everyone with a handicap of 13 and above.
With the weather set fair for the day and the course being presented in excellent condition with fairways running fast and the greens holding there were some very good scores posted. The best of the day by some distance was Rich Blake’s excellent nett 63 crowning him Le Marchant Champion 2013, following him in second place with a score that would normally be good enough to win on most days was Andy Griffiths with a very good 66. Rounding out the top three was Martin Rickard with a 69.
Kenton Williams finished on top in the Prideaux Brune division to be crowned Prideaux Brune champion 2013 coming in with a very strong nett 67, Kenton won by two clear shots with Richard Lawrence shooting a 69 to seal second pace. Julian Darnell took third place beating three others also with nett 70s after a count-back was used.