Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

A RATHER cold morn­ing greeted the play­ers last Sun­day morn­ing as well as dam­age to the 2nd and 3rd Fair­ways caused by id­iots in cars driv­ing on the Fair­ways on Satur­day night. This is re­ally up­set­ting as the mem­bers have spent time and en­ergy get­ting the course in the best con­di­tion we have seen in a cou­ple of years.

Any way enough of those men­tally chal­lenged who think this is a fun way to spend their time and back to to­day’s game. We had a three-way tie for first to­day but on count­back the fi­nal win­ner was Michael Stan­ton who man­aged a cred­i­ble 32 even af­ter three putting the fourth, on for one and in for four.

He also man­aged to lose 2.7 off his hand­i­cap to top off his day. Sec­ond was Peter Ma­cauley with 32 and los­ing 1.9 and third was Hoss Eberl los­ing 1.4. Three putts seemed to be the or­der of the day with the group I was in record­ing more three putts in one game than we nor­mally see in a cou­ple of months.

Michael also won the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 4th but not close enough to worry the Golden Cir­cle which still stands at 1.17m.

Hoss also took out an­other prize with a win on the B-grade ap­proach on the 1st and Peter McCauley also man­aged an­other with the Least Putts.

Marg Dennett won the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 6th and fi­nally round­ing out the prizes was Paul McCar­ragher with the B-grade Long­est Drive.

Next week we tee off at 7.30am at Oak­wood against the Light­house So­cial Gold Club. Please be there early so the cards can be filled in and break­fast taken be­fore the game starts.

Have great week, keep safe and see you on Sun­day.

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