I hope that all who played in Saturdays medal enjoyed the competition, the weather was more like May and the course looked and played superbly considering the time of year.
Congratulations to Paul Rice our winner who was the only competitor able to post a sub 70 nett with his 68, your handicap of 27 will soon be tumbling down based on that performance!
Well done to Jordan Price-Davies for a best gross of 70 ( 71 nett, how fair is that ! ). A word of caution to all regulars in the centurions, the field is already quite full.
We managed to keep times for the round at or below 4 hours during the morning but something happened on the early holes around midday, causing a problem which stretched the times to 4 hours 15 mins then on further to 4 hours 30 mins by the end of the afternoon.
If anyone could shed light on any particular matter which had an impact on times I would be pleased to here from you.
The day was completed in style with the Snakes supper in the evening, how often can we keep saying the next one could never be as good as the last ? But last Saturday will take some beating. ( some members did not vacate the club until 5.00 am if only they could play golf as well as they drink ). Many thanks to Jammy, your 3 years as chief snake will never be forgotten, and three cheers for Hanky our new chief snake.
Roll on the April medal, redemption is only one round away.