Tytherington results + Dr Mackenzies masterpiece Reddish Vale times (spaces available)


Next week Thursday 27th Alistair Mackenzie masterpiece- Reddish Vale ‘Shotsaver Pairs’ Still some spaces available -see below
Thursday 4th October Dunham Forest £25 -nearly full
Thursday 11th Pleasington £25 -nearly full
Thursday 18th Prestbury £25 inc Bacon bap -nearly full

Maxitours at Terrific Tytherington

The wonderful Tytherington course has perhaps the best layout in Cheshire and this was enjoyed by todays Maxitours players. Many thanks to the green keepers for all their hard work. The greens were in really great condition considering the recent heavy rainfall.

Maxitour regulars Mick Mahon and his team ‘love it’ when the tour stops at Tytherington. At most venues after play the fantastic four occasionally have a pint but normally they disappear quickly to beat the motorway traffic. Today after their golf they ordered four pints, four starters and four main courses then slowly chewed their food in the prime seats overlooking the 20-35 year old ladies aerobics. Richard Palmer nearly needed medical attention after stabbing his cheek with his fork after missing his mouth when the class started to get into full swing.

On the golf course Cath Rawthore and talented car mechanic John Davies engineered a solid 41 points in the soft conditions to finish in fourth place.

The first hole at Tytherington is without doubt the toughest starting hole in Cheshire . Paul Taylor was not intimidated by the 458 yard monster and he executed a magnificent four to give his team a great start. Paul was playing alongside his financial manager Simon Carling and it was clear that he had invested in a good partner as they combined to finish 3rd with 42 points.

Second place went to top Macclesfield hotelier Terry ‘Basil Fawlty’ Davison and property magnate Arthur Jowell who actually owns half of nearby Macclesfield. Prestbury member Davison (9 handicap) played terrific golf on the front nine to go out in level par and Arthur came good at the business end of their round.

Taking the honours today were Tytheringtons Martin Firth(7) and Andy Taylor(13). Taylor recorded three birdies as he tried out his new belly putter. ‘I just couldn’t miss’ said the likeable builder ‘I knocked in two forty footers, a twenty footer and a couple from ten feet’. The Maxitours regulars were delighted to record their first victory of the season and they cruised home with a majestic 47 points to win by five shots- great golf chaps, well played.

Congratulations to Gary Garner for securing the Shotsaver s430 Order of Merit, Gary played some great golf this Summer and was delighted to win the fantastic Shotsaver S430 and a magnificent Claret jug trophy.
End of season sale- I can do great prices on the Shotsaver s430 and I also have some sets of top brand irons at great, great prices- just ask for a quote!

2’s sweep £77.50 3 Pro V1s or 6 Srixon AD333s Arthur Jowell Chris Cyprus Mark Breirley Andy Stubbens Simon Gibson Ken Turney Nick Knight Andy Taylor x2
Nearest the Pin 3rd Chris Cyprus
Nearest the Pin 13th Nick Knight