Results from remarkable Ringway
Spaces at Hesketh team of 4 on Thursday 1st September £30
Spaces at Tytherington team of 4 on Thursday 8th September £22.50

Maxitours at remarkable Ringway

It was a gloomy day in Manchester however the condition of superb Ringway golf course lifted everyone’s spirits. The terrific layout is always a real pleasure to play and there were plenty of positive comments from Maxitours players as they finished their rounds.

Thanks to all the staff at this superb Club for your hospitality. Secretary Fiona Cornelius is great to work and with her new haircut she is now ranked in the top three most attractive Club secretaries in the North West.

Seventy year old Roy Ainsworth checked in with new partner Keith Edwards. ‘He’s a ringer!’ Roy announced. ‘Is he very handy off his handicap?’ I enquired ‘No, he can’t hit a barn door with a banjo. He’s ‘s just been ringing out his socks in the car park- he played in the rain last night.’

Frank Hindle could be getting the Joe Hart feeling in the next couple of weeks. He thinks his place in his fourball is totally secure. Team manager Mick Mahon has other ideas and after today’s performance he is desperately looking for a decent new partner. Frank could soon be out on a free transfer.

Bernard Hessian’s team finished in last place but they were unfazed by their poor performance and even asked for a tee time at Vale Royal in a few weeks time. I informed them that I only had 3pm available and that there is a good chance they will be playing in the dark. After a quick chat with his team Bernard came back to the table and asked ‘Have you got anything later ?We might give that playing in the dark a try- we might do better. ‘

The early starters had the best of the weather before a heavy hour-long downpour toughened up the course.

Colin Roberts is a top man and he was out first. It was great to see him back playing some excellent golf as he helped his Alsager team to an impressive 82points. That score was matched by the lovely Spencer family from Bramall and also premiership Referee Mike Dean’s team from Aldersley Green.

Jim Caldwell’s Wilmslow team finished in 4th with 83 points and were narrowly beaten into 3rd by Sale’s Simon Poucher(15), Brendan Leighton(16), Vic Nillson(13) and Jan Jagielka(14).

Iain Bartholomew’s(4) team could only manage three points on the easy first hole however with the very positive Richard Blackwell(13) in the team anything is possible. An excellent back nine saw them record 85 points and take 2nd place. John Hilditch(11) and Tony Jennison(5) completed the quartet.

Roy Ainsworth(26) from Lymm is having a hip operation in mid September and is trying to get in as much golf as possible before a six month lay-off. He signed off in style as his senior Lymm team gelled tremendously to secure a memorable win with 86 points. Brian Ankers(16), Mike Verdon(15) and Keith Edwards(19) were the other team members -well played chaps!

Thanks to everyone for your terrific support today, yours in golf, Tim

2’s £145 5 pro v1s or 12 srixons Graham Bailey Ray Tennant Steve Sutton Andy Adshead Iain Bartholomew Gordon Warke Barry Jackson x2

Nearest the Pin 13th Mike Dean Dozen AD333s
Nearest the pin 16th Tony Jennison Dozen AD333s

Ringway 25-Aug-2016
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Roy Ainsworth, Mike Verdon, Brian Ankers, Keith Edwards 86 Taylor Made wedge each
2 Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, John Hilditch, Iain Bartholomew 85 Dozen Taylor made tour balls
3= Simon Poucher, Brendan Leighton, Vic Nillson, Jan Jagielka 83 Dozen Taylor Made project a balls
3= Jim Caldwell, Chris Adams, Steve Sutton, Dan McIntyre 83 Dozen Taylor Made project a balls
5= Mike Spencer, Blair Marriott, Emily Spencer, Matt Spencer 82 Taylor Made pitch repairer each
5= Mike Dean, Phil Dermott, Mike Masser, Chris Patterson 82
5= Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Bob Sinclair, John Rigby 82
8 Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine, Pete Keena, 81
9= Leigh Smart, Andy Jackson, Billy Rawsthore, Ray Tennant 80
9= Bob Kwan, Andy Adshead, Stuart Cranfield, Mike Sutton 80
11= John Horsley, Tony Andrews, Joe Stanley, Steve Foxcroft 79
11= Sam Leach, Bob Chesters, Mike Barker, Kevin Reeves 79
11= John Stubbs, Dave Parsons, Guy Hall, Keith Coxon 79
14 Brian Hopkins, Alan Pengelly, Mark Taylor, Tim Wrigley 77
15= John Buckley, John Anderton, Tom Jarvis, Steve Hall 76
15= Alan Green, Trevor Foster, Andy Burbeck, Brian Swift 76
17= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Ged Keery, Simon Burgess 75
17= Trevor Foster, Frank Wade, Peter Ledger, Peter Houston 75
17= Steve Parle, Bernard Wood, Gordon Warke, John Dawson 75
20= Dave Randles, Phil Gow, Graham Bates, Justin Bates 73
20= Andy Wilde, Pete Norbury, Andy Wilde, Rob Norbury 73
22 Barry Jackson, Dave Beavis, Derek Fortune, Paul Milner 72
23= Mick Mahon, Richard Palmer, John Farnworth, Frank Hindle 68
23= Bernard Hessian, John Wallace, Tom Milner, Graham Bailey 68

Hesketh Holidays 4 golfers team of four AM AM
Thursday 1st September
10.30 Colin Roberts x4
10.39 Ian King x4
10.48 Paul Browne x4
10.57 Colin Baxendale x4
11.06 Mick Mahon x4
11.15 David kelly x4
11.24 Jack Coleman x4
11.33 Dave Stanhope x4
11.42 Chris Adams x4
12.09 Bev Crute x4
12.18 Rob Weston x4
12.36 Nigel Davenport x4
12.45 Christine Kelsall x4
12.54 Nigel Oakesx4
1.12 John Dickenson x4
1.30 Paul Wrigley x4
1.39 Leigh Smart x4
1.48 Steve Welch x4
1.57 Steve Welch x4
2.06 Rob Little x4
2.15John Stubbs x4
2.24 Dale Beaghan x4
2.33 Brian Hopkins x4