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Maxitours at Prestbury Golf Club.
What a glorious day! The weather was incredible and Prestbury Golf Club was in excellent condition for todays latest Maxitours event.
Zlatan Ibrahimavics amazing overhead kick for Sweden last night has been quoted by many top football pundits as perhaps the best goal ever scored. Ex-England manager Graham Taylor said he had never seen anyone strike a ball with such amazing power and accuracy from such an outlandish body position. It is very clear he has never witnessed Maxitours regular Geoff Cogswell playing golf.
Seventy six year old Neville Dennis is a local golfing celebrity. After a terrific front nine of 45 points his team of ‘B’ listers started to hit the ball into the Prestbury jungle. Neville was quietly thinking to himself ‘Get me out of here!’ as they only managed 36 points on the back nine.
Malc Wells (4) plays more golf than a Tour pro. Malc talks like a tour pro. Malc tries to dress like a Tour Pro. Today his playing partners nearly fell over as Malc for once actually played like a tour pro. Some terrific driving and iron play saw him guide his team into an excellent 4th position with 84 points.
Despite dropping two shots on their first hole, third place went to the Pleasington team of Pete Bedford(6), Andrew Walsh(2), Mark Walsh(11) and Nick Pedley(14). The pale faced Lancastrians migrated South today, in search of the warm Cheshire sunshine. They were delighted to return to their damp homeland with a prize.
Two handicapper Mark Richardson is a class golfer. He is also set to become a local Celebrity when he appears on Dragons Den this Sunday evening (absolutely true). Today his team of Charles Herbert(17), Brian Hopkins(6) and Andy Stubbens(6) watched in awe as Mark scored three birdies and a terrific eagle helping them into 2nd place with 85 points.
First place went to the big hitting Wychwood Park team of Eddy Sterling(7), Gary Nixon(10), Henry Narroway(14) and Kristian Oakes. Gary had a terrific run of five holes on the back nine, playing them in two under to give his team a real boost. Very well played gentlemen!
Nearest to the pin on the 7th was won by the vastly underrated Bob Sutton, Alan Pengelly took the honours at the 17th hole.
Many thanks to all who supported the event so well today, yours in golf, Tim.
Nearest pin 7th Alan Pengelly
Nearest pin 17th Bob Sutton
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