Dedicated players reap the rewards

To have not only a fun day but also a day where long straight drives, accurate chips and dead eye putting was paramount to their march to glory.

With the Weather Bureau forecasting more of the same weather that tried to blow us all off the planet last week, it was no wonder that the normal diehard players chose to stay home.

For those dedicated players who did turn up, they were to be greeted by very calm and warmish (for winter) weather in which to play the two person ambrose. 

The very happy and smiley pair, Jamie Reardon and Greg Mytilinios executed the aforementioned three skills to perfection as they left the rest of the field wondering how two players could have so much fun and yet play such great golf.

The runner-up team of Jack and Guy Bentley ensured that nobody knew their joy until the end as they were in the last group of players.

Well done guys, you both sure had everyone guessing. A great effort and I am glad we sorted out the mass confusion of the missing nearest the pin holders.

The sharp shooters for the day were:

Third hole Gary Miller/Bob Plunkett

Sixth hole Tony Pitt-Lancaster

12th hole Jamie Reardon/Greg Mytilinios

Ball count down for the day:

T. Pitt-Lancaster/G. Donovan, B. Whitlock/G. Lewington, D. Ingle/J. Wakefield and P. Cousins/ R. Clarke.

Raffle winners for the day were:

B. Downton, G. Miller and K. Levick

Don’t forget if you are a visitor or a local looking for a great Saturday of golf come and join us. Just call the golf shop to arrange a tee time.

THUMBS UP: Guy and Jack Bentley were still pleased to be presented with their runner-up certificate from president Doug Ingle (centre).

THUMBS UP: Guy and Jack Bentley were still pleased to be presented with their runner-up certificate from president Doug Ingle (centre).

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