Childers So­cial

Isis Town and Country - - SPORT -

AF­TER the damp I sus­pect no-one thought we would get a game in with­out get­ting our feet wet but the morn­ing sur­prised us with sun­shine.

If the cold wind had abated then the morn­ing would have been per­fect. It was a case of wait for the wind to die down and then hit the ball to lessen the ef­fect of the wind.

The win­ner was Dave Hills on a count­back from Marg Den­nett both on 32 with Dave los­ing 2.7 and Marg 2.2 off their hand­i­caps. Ed Con­nell came in third with 34 and lost 1 off his hand­i­cap.

The fewest putts at 12 was won by Rose Cochrane and, keep­ing it in the fam­ily, Bob Cochrane took out the B-grade ap­proach on the 1st.

Paul McCar­ragher took out the A-grade men’s long­est drive some­what sheep­ishly as his ball only trav­elled about 100m be­fore hit­ting a tree and then drib­bling into the mid­dle of the fair­way for the prize.

Len Stallard took out the B-grade long­est drive with Dave Durie tak­ing out the com­bined pin shot on the 13th, as well as the golden cir­cle at 1.43m. Dave Hills rounded out the prizes with the men’s ap­proach on the 15th.

The golden cir­cle prize will be awarded on Septem­ber 7 so there is still two weeks to get in­side the 1.44m mark to claim the prize.

Next week we will be play­ing a sin­gle sta­ble­ford over the back nine just for a change of pace.

Don’t for­get the pink ball com­pe­ti­tion on Septem­ber 28.

Pick a three-per­son team to play and put your names on the form on the no­tice board. All pro­ceeds to the Prostate Can­cer Fund.

Have a great week and see you next Sun­day for the last week of 8am starts.

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