|Maxitours full winter schedule released tomorrow!
Great Upcoming events.
Thursday 13th Pleasington Pairs £25 person
Tuesday 18th Conwy Am Am £25 person
Thursday 27th Mere Pairs £30 person
Thursday 3rd Ringway Am Am £20 person
Thursday 10th Prestbury Pairs £25 person
Thursday 17th Delamere Pairs £30 person
Results from Reddish Vale
Alistair Mackenzie would have been proud of his Reddish Vale masterpiece today.
The greens were immaculate, the fairways looked like Wembley turf, the tees and surrounds were manicured to perfection, even the squirrels gathering their Autumn acorns all looked really healthy and happy to be alive.
Jonny Davies couldn’t take his eyes off the well manicured long legged blond behind the bar ‘this is a really great club’ said the young Chorlton star as a housefly flew into his mouth.
The early competitors made the most of the great scoring conditions, Alsagers ageing duo of John Rigby and Ian Tinling playing in the first match of the day gelled really well and they set the pace with a great score of 42 points.
It was great to see Maxitours favourite Neville Dennis back in the prizes also scoring 42 points with his new best friend Ernie Kirkby.
Next to finish was Jimmy ‘five daughters’ O’Reilly, he was really on form today partnering John Reilly to record 43 points. John O’Reilly hit a great shot to within 2 feet on the 185 yard twelfth for a birdie, however last man to play John Aikenhead nearly holed his approach as he took the nearest the pin prize in dramatic style. Rick Pickard was closest on the 4th hole.
Bramalls Mike Spencer and Cheshire seniors player Joe Kirwan playing in match number three handed their card in and were delighted to be the third pair to take the lead (with 44 points). It soon became clear that this would really take some beating as the wind started to gust and before long an American hurricane swept over the Reddish Links.
The wind was so strong even immaculate Victoria Howarth had a few hairs out of place as she was gracefully blown off the 18th green.
By the end of the day nobody had come close to Kirwan and Spencers score and they were both delighted to secure the second Maxitours victory of their very average playing careers.
Charles Herbert and Moby Rawthore both earned valuable order of merit points in the wind as the Shotsaver Order of Merit nears its conclusion.
For the first time in Maxitours history today a male player turned up to play in bright pink trousers, Ross Birch assures me he is however very happily married. Mechanic John Davies playing in a four ball with Ross for the first time looked confused and wasn’t sure whether to shake brightly dressed Ross by the hand or give him a big kiss when they finished on the 18th green.
Nearest the pin 4th Rick Pickard
Nearest the pin 12th John Aikenhead
1st Joe Kirwan & Mike Spencer 44
Cleveland Wedge each
2nd John Reilly & Jimmy O’Reilly 43
Srixon carry bag each
3rd Ross Birch & Moby Rawthore 42
Dozen Pro V1s each
4th John Rigby & Ian Tinling 42
Dozen AD 333s each
5th Neville Dennis & Ernie Kirkby 42
Dozen srixon Soft feel each
6th Charles Herbert & Andy Stubbens 41
Srixon cap each
7th Colin Lynch & Ian Richard 41
Srixon cap each
8th Jonny Davies & Kevin Brooks 40
9th Martin Murray & Keith Thomson 40
10th John Aikenhead & John Russell 40
11th Barney Ross & Dave McGuiness 40
12th Clint Jolley & Eddie Renshaw 39
13th Frank Garvey & Paul Bradley 39
14th Ken Jones & Tim Owen 39
15th Jon Beesley & Mike Keen 39
16th Margaret Simons & Jill Morris 38
17th Gary Garner & Brian Hill 38
18th Bill Melia & Steve Parle 38
19th Colin Roberts & Brian White 38
20th Pete Banks & Rob Caruana 38
21st Alan Noden & Ted Biddlecombe 37
22nd Glynn Jones & Gary Maton 37
23rd Rick Pickard & Guds Ahmed 36
24th Martin Worthington & Keith Massey 36
25th John Davies & Cath Rawthore 36
26th Paul Kennedy & Anthony Dyke 36
27th Dave Taylor & Chris Earnill 36
28th Ian King & Darren Whittaker 36
29th Jeff Barrett & Geoff Pointon 35
30th Ray Royle & David Smith 35
Roy Hargreaves & Brian Hopkins 35
Ian Neilson & Chris Atkinson 34
Victoria Howarth & Beth Atwell 33
James Marsh & Simon Jones 32
Terry Harper & Bernard Wood 32
Steve Dickenson & Stuart Roach 32
Kenny Jepson & Tony Lowe 31
Ted Ellis & Andy Moon 31
Nigel Ross & Jimmy Eccles 30
2’s £77.50 24 balls 5 pro V1 balls each or 10 AD333s John Aikenhead Dave McGuiness Simon Jones Jonathon Beesley Glynn Jones