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Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

SUN­DAY, Fe­bru­ary 7 brought 17 play­ers to the course for our monthly mug day, which was played over 18 holes. As to be ex­pected, with wet fair­ways and slower than usual greens, there were a lot of or­di­nary scores. Once again with the rain hold­ing out for us, ev­ery­one had an en­joy­able day. The win­ner for the day went to Ross Ni­col, who ac­tu­ally broke par, com­ing in with 67 and los­ing 2.1 from his hand­i­cap. Se­cond place went to Chris Fitzsi­mons on 72, los­ing 1.0 off his hand­i­cap with third place, on a count­back from Dave Durie, go­ing to Leigh Hart with 73 los­ing .5. Least putts also went to Ross Ni­col. The com­bined long­est drive went to Hoss Eberl. The com­bined cen­tre fair­way shot went to Mac, who also took out the B-grade ap­proach on the 1/10 hole. The com­bined near­est the pin on 4/13 went to Dave Durie, with the Golden Cir­cle still re­main­ing at 2.95m. The com­bined near­est the pin on the 6th and miss­ing out on a hole in one by 8 inches went to Len Stal­lard. Thank you to all those with carts who kept to the tree line and paid some re­spect to the soggy con­di­tions. A thanks also goes to Adam Smith, who cooked up a nice meal for the play­ers af­ter the game. Next week will be a stroke and putt on the front nine with a 7.30am tee-off.

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