Jack Sallis (Hollinwell) shot an impressive 4 under par 69 to win the prestigious Eddie Peters Trophy at a windswept Coxmoor Golf Club, in the opening event of the Notts Union calendar.

Close on his heels was Matt Hogg (Rushcliffe) who missed a 4 foot put on the last to tie Sallis, shooting 70. The next best was Joe Blackburn (Worksop) who shot level par 73, in 4th place was home Ash Norwood with a one over par 74 pipping Dean Reddington (Sherwood Forest) on the back 9.


Running alongside the scratch event there is the handicap competition, this was won by county junior William Psenko (Ramsdale Park) who shot net 67, in second place was Ben Adams (Beeston Fields) net 71, pipping Mark Porthouse (Sherwood Forest) in third place was evergreen Derek McJannett (Sherwood Forest) who carded a net 72. The final place of the day went Drew Marshall (Chilwell Manor) who also carded a net 72 only losing out to McJannett on the back 9.


Special thanks to Coxmoor Golf Club for hosting the event, the course was in excellent condition despite the continued poor weather around the county, which is seeing many of our courses struggling to even open, much like the rest of the country.



County Secretary

Winner Jack Sallis (Hollinwell) pictured with Dad, Rob
Nett Winner William Psenko (Ramsdale Park) pictured with President Colin Bee
Eddie Peters Trophy - Sunday 24th March at Coxmoor Golf Club - Report

Due to the continued wet weather, should clubs not be able to play their match on the above date, please contact your opponents as soon as possible to re-arrange the match later in the season.

No club may claim the match due to the situation, all we need to know is when the fixture is to be re-played

Colin Bee

County Secretary

Eddie Peters Trophy - Sunday 24th March at Coxmoor Golf Club - Report