The course at Came Down Golf Club is starting to bear the fruit of the green keepers' work and they should be thanked for their efforts over a wet winter. It has been another busy month at Came Down and the weather has not always been great but the club competitions have all had a larger number of entries.
The May medal took place on Saturday the 7th with over 130 players playing in testing conditions. Division 1 was won by Brian Smith 71/7/64, second went to Alan Stickley 73/6/67 and third place went to a former captain Jim Stewart 77/8/69.
Division 2 was won by Paul Conway 74/13/61, second place went to Bunny Churchill 80/14/66 who narrowly beat Mike Head 79/13/66 on count back. Division 3 was won by Richard Smallwood 85/26/59, second was Roger Chadwick 80/20/60, third place went to David Keys 86/20/66. Congratulations to Paul Conway on winning the Dorchester bowl.
The May stableford took place in almost perfect conditions on Sunday the 15th, Martin Hastings won division 1 with 40 points, Steve Savagewas second with 38 points Third place narrowly beating Nick Stopforth on count back. Division 2 was won by Andrew Pearce  with the best points total of the day, an impressive 42 points. Second and third places were once again separated by count back Pete Stopforth  claimed second with 40 points just pipping David Shaw . Gus Ros Navaro  took the win in division 3 with 37 points, narrowly beating the third member of the Stopforth family in the Prizes Mike Stopforth on count back and third place went to Andrew Gear with 36 points.
The mid week stableford was played on Thursday 19th, division 1 was won by Steve Blake with 39 points, second place went to Hugh Lawes  with 37 points and third place went to Paul Rogers . Division 2 was won by Andy Lawes  with 42 points, second place went to Chris Ball  with 36 points and place went to Ken Wallace  with 35 points. In division three Stan Parrot  came out on top with 35 points, second place went to David Constant  with 34 points and third place went to Derek Wildash with 33 points.
The Hardy A team have played two matches this month, narrowly losing 3.5 - 4.5 at home to Yeovil in the cup. However in the league they had an impressive 6-2 victory over Dudsbury golf club also at home