The sun streaming across the fairways was no match for the golden glow emanating around Bruce Squires, whose final score was way above the heads of others.
On Saturday, the Mens comp was an 18- hole Stableford for the annual ‘Righties vs Lefties’ match, with a resounding win to the Righties, by 184 points to 154. While the Lefties were short on numbers the Righties had too much fire power on the day.
In A-Division Paul Kay scored 38 points in frosty conditions to win. Later, Graham Newport was runner-up on count back with 37 points. B-Division belonged to Bruce Squires, who scored many 3-pointers in his overall result of 42. Greg Webb took the runners-up prize, on count back, with 36 points.
The ball sweep went to 35 points on count back, going to: 42 –B Squires; 38 –P Kay; 37 –G Newport, P Grayson; 36 –G Webb, L Byrne, D Churchill, T Griffiths, M Cahill, M Watts; 35 –A Callaghan, M Spice. The NTP’s went to: 9th –A Davies; 18th –M Cahill.
Apart from Bruce and the other winners, most players scored around their handicaps. Ash Tucker tried to use a golf cart to cover his score of 23 points. Only slightly ahead was Ray Taylor, on 24 points.
By Short Putt