6th Sept Hazel Grove AM AM
13th Sept Old Worsley Pairs
20th Tytherington Pairs
27th Reddish Vale Pairs
Maxitours Taylor Made AM AM at Bramall Park.
The amazing British Summer of Sport continued at the superb Bramall Park today. The course is an immaculate green oasis, surrounded by million pound houses and has plenty of million pound members. The Club has a new energetic and highly respected professional Craig Daggitt. Many people feel he has really nurtured a nice, friendly atmosphere at this magnificent traditional links and I was made to feel very welcome indeed.
John Aikenhead enjoyed the stunning Bramall scenery when he teed off late in the day just ahead of a mixed club match. John is always incredibly observant and alert on the golf course ‘That’s a terrific course and I’ll tell you what, these are the best looking female members I’ve seen at any club-ever.’
Neville Dennis regularly enjoys slating his playing partners and commenting on their bad golf. Today he was at it even before they had teed off. ‘Frank Massey’s on our team. He were bloody hopeless on the last few holes again last week, I don’t know why I play with ‘im, we’ve started calling ‘im ‘front nine Frank!’
Ray Twist from Wigan is thinking of taking a degree in stating the obvious. When handing his card in after play I asked him if he enjoyed the course. ‘Yes, it’s a lovely course and like my course its got trees on either side of the fairway.’ He replied before heading to the bar.
In todays Taylor Made Am Am event the team of attractive Sale ladies led by the eye catching Hils Tarleton finished in 3rd place with 85 points. Cheshire scratch player Cath Rawthore recorded 3 birdies in her first six holes to give the team a great start. Talented student daughter Kate and crazy Julie Matthews were the other team members.
Second place went to the consistent Hindley Hall team of Geoff Cogswell, Ray Ward, Ray Twist and Shotsaver Order of Merit leader Gary Garner with an excellent 87 points.
Malcolm Wells from Didsbury knows how to pick a team. The six handicapper was joined by Alex ‘6 birdies’ Pritchard and Matt Robinson who have a combined handicap of plus 1. The fourth member of the team was 84 year old Bramall legend Pat Williams (14) and he became the oldest ever Maxitours winner as the team scored a wonderful 89 points.
Many thanks to Stuart Hubbard from Taylor Made for his sponsorship of todays event. Thanks to all players, I hope you really enjoyed your day.
Nearest the Pin 4th Andy Stubbens Dozen Burner Balls
Nearest the Pin 15th Matt Robinson Dozen Burner Balls
2’s £120 3 pro V1s or 6 Srixon AD333s each Ian Fyfe Tony Wilson Steve Appleby Dave Ryan Dave Murphy Phil Murphy Cam Massey Chris Meekham Simon Maxwell Alex Pritchard Cath Rawthore Kate Rawthore Steve Tyrrell Keith Thompson