This week we returned to a fun format of three clubs and a putter as a little light relief prior to next week´s battle with Pego, which I am sure we are all looking forward to. Our sponsor this week, John Day, provided bags of goodies for all our winners.
In the same vein as those received by attendees to the Oscars…although the Breitling watch was missing from mine so I shall have a word next week. But to be honest I much preferred the Hobnobs, bag of wine gums and choccies that were in the bag.
Those proving that three clubs and a putter really are sufficient for a round of golf were Peter Gardiner in top spot with 36 points, and Denise Cooper in second place, with 35 points. It was yet another family affair this week, with Glenys Cuming losing on countback to take third with 35 points, but beating her hubby, Neil, who came in fourth with 33. So mixed emotions for Glenys this week.
The two NTPs went to Brian Redfearn with a very impressive 46cm from the pin. Poor Shaun thought he had it with 4.28m until Stella pointed out that the 460 written by Brian was for millimetres and not 4.6 metres. NTP on the third went to Denise Cooper with 4.30m. So she (ME!) has gorged herself on yummy treats all weekend. Brian also took home a coveted Montgo ball as you´ll be pleased to hear he did not miss the putt.
Next week, as mentioned, we have our annual battle with Pego. It’s a shotgun start at 9.00am so don´t forget to allow enough time to get to your starting positions. Yes I can hear you all muttering that I´m a fine one to talk but these things have to be said.