Pike's prize at Came Down

DRIVING OFF: Came Down ladies’ champion Carolyn Pike

DRIVING OFF: Came Down ladies’ champion Carolyn Pike

First published in Sport

CAROLYN Pike has become the Came Down Ladies’ club champion, almost 20 years since she last claimed the title.

Pike has had a busy year, having worked tirelessly in her position as president of the Dorset Ladies’ Golf Association, which has involved a great deal of travelling to the many venues in the south of England where Dorset have been involved in county fixtures.

The Came Down Club Championship was played over 36 holes in dry but windy conditions.

Pike became the new club champion and holder of the Dora Hutchings Scratch Cup with a winning margin of 10 shots.


1 Carolyn Pike (175), 2 Ann Talbot (185), 3 Erica Howard (190).

The corresponding winner of the Who’s A’Fear'd Trophy for the best nett score was Rhose Lawes.


1 Rhose Lawes (147 nett), 2 Carolyn Pike (149 nett), 3 Ann Talbot (157 nett).

September Stableford and NSPCC Trophy – Silver Division: 1 Shirley Bowden (34 points), 2 Fran Berry (30), 3 Heather Inman (29).

Bronze A: 1 Kate Smith (32 points), 2 Lucy Sutherland (32), 3 Christine Brittain (32).

Bronze B: 1 Rosalie Steel (30 points), 2 Gill Wilkinson (30), 3 Rhose Lawes (27).

* The NSPCC Trophy was won by Shirley Bowden.

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