CONGRATULATIONS must go to Taunton & Pickeridge Ladies who are through to the final of the Rogers Cup, after beating Bath at Clevedon Golf Club earlier this week.

T&P ladies are enjoying a successful season and recently chalked up another victory in the Somerset Inter Club League when they beat Wells at home.

Simon Foster with 40 points was the winner in the top division of Saturday’s Stableford, three ahead of Shane Pulling with 37.

Three players returned with 35 points but after countback it was Oliver Yarde who was third, Jon Greenslade was fourth and Ron Brown fifth.

Jonathan West won Division Two , also with 40 points, two ahead of Martyn Brown, Jamie McGown was third on countback ahead of Gary Wide after both scored 37.

Division Three was headed by James Julyan with 38 points, Harrison Barrett was second with 37, while James Denslow claimed third on countback from Wayne Barrett after both carded 35.

Connor Sellick was the winner in Division One of Wednesday’s Stableford with 38 points. Two players came in with 37 points and following countback it was Bruce Chadwick whgo was second just ahead of Kevin Gidley, while fourth place was claimed by Karl Drummond on countback ahead of Jack lewis after both scored 36.

The Senior Section at T&P are once again kindly sponsoring the Junior Club Night prizes and earlier this year donated £200 for this purpose.

Over the course of the season T&P Juniors play for several trophies and cups, one of which is the The Kaygwynn Trophy that was won by the 2023 Junior Captain Ben Newman, who was presented with his winners voucher by Seniors Captain Krank Kirkham.

Jan Hill one of the T&P Junior Organisers said: “It is really good to have this strong relationship with the Senior Section and we are extremely grateful to them for their support.”

After adverse weather conditions resulted in the PGA’s decision to abandon the golf on the club's original Pro-Am in July, the club is planning to rerun the day on Friday 25th August 2023.

This year's prize fund has a new look with every professional guaranteed a minimum £150 and the top 3 professionals receiving prize monies of £450, £350 and £250.

Amateur players will compete for the amateurs' prize table, with team prizes to at least 4th place, and several individual hole prizes to be won.