Jeanne Delacroix won the Ladies' prize with 37 points net, followed by Joan Cosgrove with a healthy 36 points.
Sue Hall won the Noo Yai Cup for the best (ladies') gross score (28 points).
The Men's prize was won by James Moore with 36, followed by Bertrand Delacroix with 35.
Sue Hall won the putting competition, needing only 27 putts to go round, followed by Ian Jones with 30.
The Castrol Cup (Men’s gross) was won by Patrice Guiader with 27 points. The Ladies’ gross cup – the Financial Times Spring Cup – was won by his wife, Karine Rupe-Guiader, who also scored 27 points. The net Spring Cups were won by Véronique Guermonprez and Roland Leguené with 37 and 40 points respectively. Roland also won the longest drive for the men. Solena Person won the ladies’ longest drive. Due to a mix up at the secretariat the “Nearest the Pin” competition was a mixed event instead of the usual Men’s and Ladies’ individual event. This very first (and last) version of the event was won by Claude Jacques.
Read on for the full results.
This was a Scramble "à la française": Team J. & B. Delacroix with J. Greenwood and C. Jacques won with a nice round 40 points
We had a very pleasant weekend at Tours Ardrée. The Kiwi Cup was won by Jeanne Delacroix and the Dean Trophy by Caroline Icart.
Ladies' 2017 Matchplay Draw
Men's 2017 Matchplay Draw
Under 5s may be assisted in their stance without penalty (Rule 14.;2, amended).