It’s as easy as 1-2-3 at Oun­dle

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

IT was as easy as 1, 2, 3 for Robert Ma­son, Ted Ban­ham and Ron Brax­ton at Oun­dle Golf Club’s Se­nior Open over the week­end.

Play­ing in the first group out at the event, Ma­son - a mem­ber at Thor­ney Lakes - shot a hole-in-one at the tricky third hole with Oun­dle mem­ber Ban­ham fol­low­ing that straight up with a birdie two at the same hole.

And just for good mea­sure Over­stone Park man, Brax­ton, carded a three to give an in­ter­est­ing look to the card and pro­vide news­pa­per head­line writ­ers with some­thing to play with too.

Sadly for Ma­son, Ban­ham and Brax­ton things went down­hill from there with Robin Wright of El­ton Furze the man com­ing through to take the ti­tle for the sec­ond year run­ning with a score of 41 stable­ford points to beat C. Grif­fith of Woburn Golf Club by one point.

There was more luck for Oun­dle mem­ber Trevor Rouse, how­ever, who shrugged off the ef­fects of an overnight flight from Turkey to shoot his way round for 39 points to seal a win on count­back over Peter Howard for third - two points ahead of Tony Can­non.


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