Free coaching opportunities at Ludlow Golf Club

Katy Rose, right, and Ludlow ladies' club captain Jackie Corbett.

Katy Rose, right, and Ludlow ladies' club captain Jackie Corbett.

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LUDLOW Golf Club will be running free coaching sessions in August.

During the month of August, Ludlow Golf Club will be running free coaching sessions.

The first of the sessions invites people with disabilities to have free coaching every Monday for four weeks from next Monday (August 4), at 5.30pm for four weeks.

Girls and ladies coaching takes place every Tuesday for four weeks from next Tuesday (August 5), at 5.30pm. Men’s coaching begins every Thursday for four weeks from next Thursday (August 7) at 5.30pm and junior coaching will run every Saturday for four weeks from Saturday, August 9 at 4.30pm.

All equipment is provided so there is no expense on your part. The club can only accommodate a maximum of eight golfers per session so to avoid disappointment people should call Dan or Russell 01584 856366 to book a lesson.

Ludlow Golf Club’s ladies’ captain Jackie Corbett and her team took on the secretary, Katy Rose, and her team – and came out on top.

The secretary's team won last year, and the year before was a ½, so the captain’s team were thrilled to win this year with 51/2 to 31/2 and handed over the ‘Dreaded Spoon’.

The teams play a Greensomes Match Play for the ‘Dreaded Spoon’ and there is a draw for 16 players in each team.

Meanwhile, Ros Harrop showed her class to win the ladies’ club championship at Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club.

Harrop shot 137 to take top spot ahead of Julie Currie who carded 142.

Sue Griffiths also continued her fine form to win the nett prize with a 112 nett.

Some glorious sunshine was on display and the course looked in a great condition.

Ross Moorecroft shot a nett 63 to win the Pain’s Mawley Milk medal Trophy at Cleobury Mortimer.

Dave Walker was in fine form and shot a nett 70 to take second place.

However, the man in form was someone who knows how to handle a low score. Moorecroft shot a nett 63 despite bogeying the last three holes.

Moorecroft said: “I have been playing well recently and felt a good score was not too far away, this is my second win of the season and my first trophy, there are some big competitions coming up, I just hope my form continues'.

After heavy storms and thunder on Saturday glorious sunshine greeted the members of Cleobury on Sunday for the medalWith a medal card in hand many golfers were falling under the pressure with some 9s and 10s recorded and wrecking some good rounds. Final standings: 1 Ross Moorecroft, 2 Dave Walker, 3 Ian Dennis.

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