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Robsons enjoy sibling success
THE Robson brothers have been at the forefront of what has been another very successful month for Weymouth Golf Club.
Andy became the Dorset Scratch Champion with a fine performance at Ferndown while younger sibling Tom secured victory in the Dorset Order of Merit.
Club captain Colin Huckle told Echosport: “Andy became the Dor-set Scratch Champion with a six-under par total over 36 holes at Ferndown where he was the only player to break par, so congratulations go to him and to Tom for winning the Dorset Order of Merit.
“There was also success for the Scratch Team as they beat Lyme Regis 6.5-5.5 in the semi-finals of the Stokes Salver. We now await the date of the final and who their opposition will be.
“Our juniors have been excelling too with Shannon Parfitt and Connor Aitken both reaching the Skills National Final, which will be held at the National Golf Centre at Woodhall Spa on September 28. We wish these two young people every success in the final.”
The club also held their annual Charity Week which proved another triumph.
Huckle went on to add: “Many thanks go to Bob Mico and his team for a very successful and well-organised Charity Week. Numerous visitors were very impressed by the standard of catering, the quality of our bar staff and in particular the wonderful condition of our golf course.
“On behalf of the ladies, I would also like to thank Penny Hunt for an extremely well-organised Ladies Captain’s Day - I certainly enjoyed the cakes after the competition.”
Next month will see the Club Knockout Finals take place on September 8 followed by Pink Day on September 21.
Huckle said: “Pink Day is a regular charity event on the calendar and people have always been very generous with their donations since it started.
“This year the proceeds will be split between Breast Cancer Care and The Fortuneswell Cancer Trust.”
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