We had the best day of the week weather wise which was fantastic and despite the torrential rain earlier in the week the course was in excellent condition – dry under foot and with good well drained greens. Attendance was again good with 18 members and a guest turning up for a course we have not played for a while as a society. Speaking to the members after the round the thoughts on the course were a little marmite in nature – with the course condition being a real positive but a few potentially dangerous crossover holes being the negative. A big welcome to Rex Dinnage attending as a guest of James Gallifant for the first time (lets hope that didn’t put him off – just joking !!).
Individual Stableford Result
Congratulations goes to Graham Meadows edging a win over three players in second place all having a score of 34 and a back nine count back of 17 that could only be separated on a back 6 count back if that was needed but let’s not worry about that for this report as Graham pipped them for first place anyway by a single point.
|= Second||Phil Taylor, Steve Smith & Graham Smith||34 (B9CB 17)|
Team Competition Result
The team event was also very close indeed. The results were as follows:-
|Winner||David Howroyd, Graham Meadows & Joe Carroll||76|
|Second||Graham Smith, Peter Cudmore & Andy Williams||75|
|Third||Chris Buck, Stuart Bourne & Micky Mann||74|
Nearest the Pin in ONE (5th Hole 135 yards).
- Alan Bigley hitting this difficult green and the second of two tough par 3s in a row.
Nearest the pin in TWO (18th Hole 375 yards).
- Steve Smith I think although Mr Leftley’s name was on the marker !!
Only three birdies on the day as follows: –
|Player||Hole||Score||Yards & Stroke index|
|Micky Mann||8th||4 on the par 5||527 yard (SI 16)|
|Kevin Leftley||16th||3 on the par 4||301 yard (SI 18)|
|Phil Taylor||16th||3 on the par 4||301 yard (SI 18)|
The societies next event is our Christmas Bash at Dewlands followed by Christmas lunch at the Middle House and then our AGM on the 9th December. Details will be out very shortly so keep a keen eye out for them.