Results from phenomenal Fairhaven

Great Upcoming Maxitours events
November
Ringway 22nd Full
Wilmslow 26th Full
December
Stockport 6th Full
Warrington 12th Full
Vale Royal 19th Last space
January
Knutsford 10th Full
Vale Royal 16th Spaces
Portugal 18th-22nd -full
Warrington 23rd Last Space
Fairhaven 29th Last 3 Spaces

Maxitours at phenomenal Fairhaven

Ideal links golfing conditions greeted my Maxitours competitors at Fairhaven this morning. Blue skies, a sea breeze, fast running fairways and superb greens meant this course was played as it was designed to be played. A terrific test of golf.

Ben and the bar staff were exceptional to deal with throughout the day and couldn’t have been more helpful. A lot of my players commented on the quality of their service. Thanks very much indeed.

Simon Ashton’s team stayed over in Lytham last night as they wanted to be fully prepared for today’s event. They arrived last night and the plan was to could get to the course early this morning and warm up on the driving range and hit a few putts. They even had a quiet early evening fish and chip supper to give their food plenty of time to digest. Unfortunately, they followed it up with 8 pints and were hopeless today.

Fairhaven is famous for being protected by superb bunkers. They have an excellent maintenance programme and work hard on them each Winter. John Farnsworth hates bunkers and as he prepared to play his approach shot he was delighted to see that around the 16th green 4 of the 5 bunkers were GUR unfortunately his shot trickled into the only one in play. The ball soon ended up in his pocket.

Sorry if the write up is shorter than usual I have just had my head pecked by Jim Cox for the last hour. He decided to sit next to me after his round with a couple of pints and then talked me through each hole whilst I was trying to do my results. If anyone is remotely interested Jim finished in 3rd place alongside Dave Blood(8) Andy Sandham(7) and Dave Collinson(8).

Spiderman creator Stan Lee passed away last night and it was the ‘Fantastic four’ from Lymm and Warrington who played like Marvels today to take 2nd place. ‘Captain America’ lookalike Roger Percival(5), ‘Iron man’ Martin France(3), ‘Whiplash Ed Wilkinson’ (6) and the ‘Incredible Bulk’ Pete Atherton(12) all joined forces to destroy most of their enemies.

Signal man Paul Wrigley(6) from Hopwood and his team steamed into 1st place with 89 points. He teamed up with Aiden Hoosen(+1) Ken Hardy (2) and Steve Barker(12). Hardy played 5 holes mid round in five under as he followed up an eagle with a run of birdies. As he tried to hole his putt on the last there were a few leaves on Wrigley’s line, but according to the railway man they were the right kind of leaves and he rolled in his putt. Well played chaps great win.

Thanks to all who played today EVERYONE seemed to enjoy this great course.

Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the pin 10th Ian Cole Dozen AD333
Nearest the pin 17th Martin France Dozen AD333

2’s sweep
£162.50 6 pro v1s or 14 AD333 per two
Mark Elliott Ian Appleton Mick Mahon Martin France Pete Atherton Alan Pengelly Ian Cole Mike Lamb

Fairhaven 13-Nov-2018
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Paul Wrigley, Aiden Hoosen, Ken Hardy, Steve Barker 89 12 Galvin Green top each
2 Roger Percival, Martin France, Pete Atherton, Ed Wilkinson 88 10 Cutter and buck top
3 Jim Cox , Dave Blood, Dave Collinson, Andy Sandham 86 8 Maxitours shirt each
4 Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright, Guy Levers, Mike Wainwright 85 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Steve Lamont, Andy Stokes, Graham Wilkinson, Asimon Wilkinson 85 4 Maxitours scorecard holder
6 Joe Yates, Gary Neiles, John Longworth, Alan Forber 85 2
7 Dave Greenwood, Nigel Hallows, Wayne Harper, Sarah Ormrod 84
8= Rob Kenyon, Gav Spencer, Dave Williams, Mike Priestley 83
8= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Tony Hereford, Dave Cooper 83
10= Alan Pengelly, Darren Whittaker, Neil Worthington, Steve Marsh 82
10= GaryMorgan, Chris Unsworth, Anthony Lowndes, Mark Elliott 82
10= Steve Aspinall, Alan Drew, Alan Simpson, Colin Berry 82
13 Joe Kirwan, Gareth Bradley, Andy Wisedale, Ian King 81
14= Mick Mahon, Frank Hindle, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 80
14= John Fitzsimmons , John Linsky, Rob Hayes, Jerry Salmon 80
16= Lewis Marland, Neale Laurent, Phil Dickens, Paul Heap 79
16= Jim McEwan, Ste Woods, Jason Atherton, John Harper 79
16= Ashley Elliot, Bob Eastwood, Mark Clewley, Mike Lamb 79
19 Simon Ashton, Martin France, Paul Abbott, Dan Moss 78
20 Steve Blakeway, Brian Yardley, Ian Hellens, Paul Robinson 77
21 Les Russon, Steve Merricks, Ken Clarke, Simon Burgess 76
22 Bob Mottershead, David Plant, Keith Workman, Dave Holgate 74

Ringway AM AM start sheet
Thursday 22nd November

1a Mick Mahon x4
1b Lewis Marland x4
2a Dave Sully x4
2b Roy Ainsworth x4
3 John Hunt x4
4 Roger Percival x4
4b Neil Drummond x4
5a Jim Clarke x4
5b Les Russon x4
6 Nigel Hallows x4
7a Munro Donald x4
7b Simon Ashton x4
8 Barry Jackson x4
9a Mike George x4
10a Brian Hopkins x4
10b Richard Blackwell x4
11a Jim Caldwell x4
11b Duncan Challen x4
12 Dave Tongue x4
13 Richard Williamson x4
14a Rob Weston x4
14b Pete Maher x4
15 aPaul Gilbert x4
15b Simon Wilkinson x4
16 Colin Roberts x4
17a Simon Hemsley x4
17b Dave Blood x4
18 Phil Vokes x4
Res
Joe Yates x4

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