**FANTASTIC MAXITOURS SUMMER SCHEDULE RELEASED NEXT WEEK!!**
Another full field turned up to enjoy the Spring sunshine and fantastic course in todays Maxitours event at Prestbury Golf Club.
During last Novembers Maxitours event, Wayne Rooney was up his ladder cleaning the guttering and was very impressed as he watched Mike Daggitt made a lovely birdie on the 15th hole. Today Rooney delayed setting off for tonights match at Old Trafford to watch Daggitt in action. He was very disappointed to see the Bramall man fighting with a couple of daffodils on his way to a very scrappy bogey.
Rooneys mood soon improved when Dick Perry made a tremendous eagle on the tough par four 16th hole and Colleen even had to stop him from running over the course as he tried to give Perry a football style hug and kiss.
Peter Coughlin and Mike Wilson were delighted to record their highest ever finish as 44 points earned them second place. Peter and Mike are lovely chaps who enjoy playing golf in the same scruffy outfits each week, tonight they were in danger of not being recognised by their wives as they returned home proudly wearing their trendy new Galvin Green sweaters.
Ian King and Darren Whittaker have played plenty of bad golf recently however today they were back to their best as ‘Oil Magnate’ King recorded three birdies in his teams 44 points as they finished third.
Paul Bradley and Seamus Keegan, and Paul Tomasson and Mike Bishop also played great golf to be in the prizes with 43 points.
American tour pro Hunter Mahan ‘has a swing so sweet you could pour it over a pancake’ as the Americans would say. He recently had his biggest career victory when he beat Rory McIlroy to win the World Matchplay Championship. Today charismatic Mick Mahon (who looks like he has eaten too many pancakes) also recorded the biggest win of his career as he teamed up with Richard Palmer and they scored a terrific 45 points to take the honours in some style.
Liam Harrison was as sick as a parrott when partner Graham Brownhill three putted the last green to miss out on victory by a shot. Brownhill hit a great approach shot into the last however he was very disappointed to see his ball finish in three putt territory on the back fringe. This is known game as an Arthur Scargill (great strike, poor result.)
Many thanks for playing in todays event, I hope you all enjoyed the day, Tim.
2’s £125 39 5 pro V1s or 10 Srixons each
Trevor Golds Mike Kirkman Mike Wilson Moby Rawthore Terry Davison
Mike Bishop Dick Perry Brian Mottram
Nearest pin 7th Peter Moores dozen Srixon AD333s
Nearest the pin 17th John Anderton Srixon AD333s