Saturday saw the Frank Sharpe Cup held at Falmouth Golf Club, with 88 golfers taking part in the day’s medal format competition, writes Keith Rashleigh and Phil Jones.

In third place losing out on countback was Matt Higham who had a nett 68 with six pars and a birdie on the 11th. In second place was Men's Captain Phil Jones also with a nett 68 whose round including seven pars. In first place and this year's winner of the Frank Sharpe Cup is Men's Seniors Captain Peter Snodgrass with a superb nett 63 with six pars included in his round.

Best gross score once again went to Ben Browning who carded a 73 with 11 pars and birdies on holes three and five. Shot of the day went to Adam Pryor who had an ace on the 18th and graciously purchased the customary bottle of port for the members.

The previous weekend saw the Frank George Salver played at Falmouth Golf Club, with the morning competitors having the best of the weather of the 86 players that took part.

In third place with a Stableford score of 38 points was Laurie Magowan who carded eight pars and a birdie on 15 with respective nines of 20 and 18. In second place with 39 points was in form past Captain Gary Wall whose round consisted of nine pars four on the front nine and five on the back and nines of 19 and 20.

In first place and winner of this year's Frank George Salver was Paul Westall who left the rest of the field in his wake with a fantastic score of 44 points, with nines of 20 and 24.

There was just a solitary "two" on the day and that was an "Eagle" at the 11th by Mark Richards. There were 33 birdies in total. The easiest hole on the course was the 11th, which averaged + 0.34 while the most difficult was the 12th which averaged + 1.43.

The day before, on the Friday, the annual Falmouth Golf Club versus Falmouth Docks match took place. This event is now in its 25th year and is one of the most popular events of the year.

The format as always was a fourball better ball with 90% difference off the lowest. Thanks went out to Mike Spicer, Paul Kneebone and Gary Muchan from A&P for organising and sponsoring the event. Thanks also must go out to the bar staff and Paul the head chef for once again putting on a splendid barbecue.

Falmouth Golf Club came out the winners of the propeller trophy this year, 6.5 to 3.5.