“We believe that PS5 games should take advantage of the new capabilities and features we’re bringing to the platform, including the features of DualSense wireless controller”Meaning, you’ll be able to still play PS4 games using the PS4 controller, but you won’t be able to play PS5 games on it. Simple enough.What PS4 accessories work with PS5?According to Sony, here’s what will work with the PS5:Specialty peripherals: Fight sticks, steering wheels and things of that nature will work with PS5 games.Sony’s Platinum and Gold Wireless Headsets, along with third-party headsets that plug into the USB port.The DualShock 4 and officially licensed third-party controllers will work with PS4 games, but not PS5.The VR controllers will all work with PS5.The PlayStation camera will also operate with the next-gen console. MORE: What you need to know about the DualSense controllerOn Aug. 3, Sony offered some clarification for the future of the DualShock 4 on the upcoming PS5. Will the DualShock 4 work with the PS5?The answer is — kind of.Sony announced that the PS4 first-controller will work with the PS5, but not on upcoming PS5 games. This makes sense, considering the all-new DualSense controller is going to add capabilities not currently possible with the DualShock line of controllers.From the PlayStation blog post: The more things change, the more they stay the same.With Sony — and gaming in general — there always seems to be a catch, right?. The PS5 was going to be fully backwards compatible, until it wasn’t. There was only going to be one model at launch, until there wasn’t. And you were going to be able to use all of your PS4 accessories — until you weren’t.
The South West pairing of Amanda Mayne and Jo Shorrocks made up a two-shot deficit to score a narrow win in the Brenda King Foursomes at Coxmoor Golf Club, Nottinghamshire.They finished the second round with scores of birdie, par, par and won by one stroke from the Surrey partnership of Debbie Richards and Felicity Christine. The 36-hole medal foursomes event is contsted by pairs from all over the country and is the annual finale to the English senior women’s season.“We are very pleased,” said Mayne, a former England senior international and a member at Saltford in Somerset. “We have never played with each other before –we generally play against each other at County Match Week.” Shorrocks is a member at Bigbury and represents Devon.After their first round of five-over 79 they trailed Richards and Christine by two shots – and were still two behind with three holes to play.On the par five 16th Mayne holed a 14ft downhill putt for birdie to reduce the gap to one. They caught up with their playing partners with a par three on the 17th and edged one ahead with a par on the long 18th.“It was a little bit tight!” said Shorrocks after they returned a second round 80. “It was quite exciting and to a certain extent it was almost like playing matchplay.” Both Shorrocks and Mayne are working to promote senior golf in their counties and encourage more players to take part.Richards (Burhill) and Christine (Woking) took second place with rounds of 77 83. Richards was a member of England’s winning teams at last year’s European senior championship and the Senior Home Internationals, while Christine is a past British senior champion.Third place went to Sue Penfold and Andrea Stockdale of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, who scored 86 79, pipping Pauline Bramley (Hallamshire) and Carol Simpson (Horsley Lodge) on countback.Caption: Amanda Mayne (left) and Jo ShorrocksClick here for full scores 30 Sep 2015 South West pair snatch Brenda King victory