The KCPFA Charity raised over £12,500 from this year’s competition and both winners received a week’s free accommodation at a luxury villa in Marbella, Spain.
In addition to the holiday accommodation, both winners received engraved glassware commemorating the 60th Anniversary and new golf trolleys.
The event was held at Cherry Lodge Golf Club on Monday 26th June and we were fortunate to have fair and sunny weather throughout the day.
We had 37 mens and 47 ladies clubs throughout Kent, totalling over 2,229 players taking part in the preliminary rounds with 47 men and 58 women, a total of 105, contesting the finals which included 20 past winners, especially invited to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the competition.
Our thanks to all at Cherry Lodge Golf Club and to all competitors.
The Men’s winner was Jamie Ridley of Wrotham Heath Golf Club Ltd, pictured with Cherry Lodge Captain , Richard Watson, with a handicap of 17, scoring 38 points.
Neil Stephens of Hever Castle Golf Club was runner up with a handicap of 19, scoring 37 points.
Third place went to Andy Cowell of Canterbury Golf Club with a handicap of 15, scoring 36 points after count back on the last nine holes.
The Ladies cup and 1st Prize went to Caroline Snepp of Marriot Tudor Park Golf Club, completing a double, having won the competition last year, pictured with Cherry Lodge Ladies Captain Jan Dampier, with a handicap of 18, scoring 39 points.
Runner up was Teresa Eckhardt of Gillingham Golf Club with a handicap of 19, scoring 38 points.
Third place, also after a countback on the last 9 holes, went to Paulette Jasquith of Shortlands Golf Club with a handicap of 17, scoring 36 points.