I know it’s a scary thing to admit, but I’m starting to think that weather forecasts are more often correct than incorrect.
A small group of golfers decided to test this theory on Saturday at the July New World Tournament, when morning light showers turning to heavy persistent rain in the afternoon were promised. The forecast was correct.
Lionel Grylls, won the net with 69, with Gavin Cortesi collecting the gross when he scored 73.
All other prizes were on stableford as follows: Jim Cortesi 38, Malcolm Buckley 35, Tony Fuimaono 33, Alec Stevenson 32, and Brown Cortesi and Mike Fiddis both with 31.
Fiddis claimed the eclectic competition on the last day when he managed to collect another two points to total 60, over George Manu 59, and Grylls and Jon Welch with 58.
Saturday’s competition, is the Dyer Cup, a 4BBB event.
See you there.