The good weather (not so “good” for some eh Dave) continued for yet another month for what turned out to be tightly run race. Apparently the heat took it’s toll with the most scorecard errors this season, the commitee and more specifically Mike.B sypathise admitting they struggled as well.
Numbers dropped a little this month (I suspect due to the summer holidays fast approaching) with 21 members and a couple of guests turning out. Scores were generally quite cramped with the majority of players within 5 either side of the median score of 28 for the day. Two players however jumped the pack to tie for the lead on 37 with the winner snatching victory with a surprisingly low 16 on the back 9 (vs. 15), shows how good the front 9 must have been, well deserved and well done Josh Hadden.
The spoon was won by 1 shot and 18 points.
For full schedule see; 1st July 2018 – Sutton Hall
Long Drive – Josh Hadden
NP – Colin Davies
NP2 – Mark Campbell
With this being the 10th event of the season the majors are starting to heat up, the Helix trophy is now very tight with a number of players within striking distance.
For current League, Helix and Matchplay standings see Current Season.
We’ve been blessed with good weather for the last 3 or 4 events, long may it continue, touch wood (didn’t even have to change this from the last event!)! The next event is Ellesmere on the 5th of August