24 Hardy soles turned up to play a windswept and wet Batchworth Park, although the weather could have been worse everyone had a great day, lets face it its just nice to be out and about.
Winners on the day were Robert Botwright who won the Walker cup with a fine round of 38 points and a 5 pointer on the 10th hole and then Jon Daly and Robert won the Lyon Cup.
Nearest The pin was a great shot and the winner was Colin Rice
So we had our first socially distanced society day on the 16th of April 2021 and I must say what a great day we all had. It was a nice sunny day but it did get very cold sat out in the evening. Congratulations to our winners on the day Kevin Doherty who won the Malcom Cup and John Washington who won the Jeffs cup.
This was the only picture we managed to take on the day a part Scottish part Irish man wearing an England benny hat.
We enjoyed a very windy and wet tour to France this year summed up by this photo of
Paul Glover – Results Below
Friday – Bert Jenner Champagne Trophy
1st Lee Fitzgerald 29 points
2nd John Bullimore 28pts
3rd Ian Borlase 27 pts (13 on back 9)
4th Gary Rees 27 pts (12 on back 9)
5th Mike Kerrigan 27 pts (11 on back 9)
Saturday Brian Willetts Cup
1st Mark Daley 32 pts
2nd Mark Paton 29pts (16 on back 9)
3rd John Daly 29 pts (13 on back 9)
4th Lee Fitzgerald 28 pts (17 on back 9)
5th Chris Day 28 pts (12 on back 9)
Sunday Tom Bugler Trophy
1st Simon Lambert 20pts
2nd= Gary Rees & John Bullimore 18 pts
4th Mark Daley 17 pts
5th= john Daly,Mark Paton & Chris Day 16pts
Only a 9 hole competition in atrocious conditions so cards largely disintegrated so unable to calculate countback
This means AIB roll up trophy is won by Lee Fitzgerald on 72 points with Gary Rees 2nd on 71 pts & John Daly 3rd on 70 pts
Washy winning his own prize at Hartsbourne GC
Paul Glover making a dontation to the Troy Deeney foundation
We bumped in to Danny Murphy last year at Kingswood GC. He predicted the top 4
Ian Borlase and Jim Quinn making donation to New Hope Trust
The things you have to do in the name of charity – hopefully this was his England shirt
Ian Borlase presenting a cheque to the Oncourse Foundation