Results from lovely Llangollen

*Room for 3 teams in the Galvin Green Classic at Helsby next Thursday*

Maxitours at lovely Llangollen

Llangollen was the beautiful venue for todays event. It really is the most stunning setting for a golf course is a firm favourite with Maxitours players. Thanks to Bob Hardy and his team for their hospitality today. Once more the course and Clubhouse were first class.

There was a welsh joiner fitting some new lockers in the Llangollen ladies changing room. He was smoking away while using a huge noisy circular saw. I had a chat with him as he downed three pints of stella during his lunch break before heading back out to his circular saw. I noticed that he only had four fingers on his left hand and was wearing a plaster on his right hand.

Andy Veitch had to be ushered away from the deadly saw after his desperate finish. His team also phoned his house and his wife has removed all sharp instruments from the family home. Andy three putted the last four greens to miss out on the prizes and is in a very unstable mental state.

Stuart Hibbert has an interesting approach to his golf game.
‘Do you want a spare scorecard?’ I asked him before his round.
‘No I don’t like to know where I am going.’ He answered.

Mike Masser was talking to his team about the Masters after watching it on telly last night. ‘Can you imagine how badly our team would putt on those greens!’ he chuckled.
I don’t have to imagine then struggling at Augusta. I watched them all taking plenty of putts on the 18th hole at Llangollen.

I asked Simon Poucher if he played well today. He had a long think and replied ‘I had a putt for a two.‘ The answer should have been a simple ‘No’.

John Hilditch was wearing some more designer clothing in today’s event. ‘Another smart outfit John’ I admired.
‘Thanks very much, I like to look good in between shots.’ He replied.

Martin Higgins(11) and Peter Maher(16) are lovely guys who play most weeks without a great deal of success. They would give their right arm just to win a maxitours scorecard. Today they teamed up with Maxitours star player Gareth Bradley (plus two) and Ian King (7) and were emotional after taking fifth place.

Nathan Pugh(2) from Heyrose is another Maxitours player whose career earnings are zero. That changed today after he brought out his Dad(11), Stuart Birrell(16) and Brian Yardley(11) and they teamed up superbly to take 4th spot.

Phil Gow(7) and Chris Evans(21) from Heswall were teamed up with Sarah Ormrod(16) and Dave Greenwood(11) late yesterday afternoon when both teams were short of two players. They had a great day and were surprised and delighted to finish third with a score of just 85 points.
’ Can you put us with them next week!’ said Gow who knows a good golfer when he sees one. Well played chaps great score.

Sandiways Gary Neiles (4). Joe Yates (13) John Longworth (12) and Keith Chapman (21) took second place with 86 points. Neiles was around in a personal best 1 under par 71 to guide his team to an excellent finish.

Late in the day the senior Liegh team of Jim Doran(14), his son Chris(16), Pete Dolan(17) and Neil McCloud(20) recorded 88 points to earn their first win of the year. McCloud rolled in a terrific birdie on the last as they picked up 6 points on a hole that most teams were struggling to record a par. Well played fellas- great golf.

Thanks to everyone for you 100% attendance – Brilliant.
Tim

Nearest the Pin 14th Pete Dobson Doz AD333
Nearest the Pin 18th Sean Dobson Doz AD333

2’s £185 Phil Gow Stuart Birrell Pete Tomlinson Peter Dobson Sean Dobson Neil McCloud nine Pro v1s each or 20 srixons each

Llangollen 12–2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jim Doran, Pete Dolan, Neil Macload, Chris Doran 88 12 FJ Chillout top each
2 Joe Yates, Gary Neiles, John Longworth, Keith Chapman 86 10 Maxitours sweater each
3 Sarah Ormrod, Dave Greenwood, Phil Gow, Chris Evans 85 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Nathan Pugh, Brian Yardley, Stuart Birrell, Martin Pugh 84 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Peter Maher, Ian King, Gareth Bradley, Martin Higgins 83 4 Maxitours shirt each
6 Simon Poucher, Brendan Lieghton , Richard Harper, Chris Diggle 82 2 Maxitours cap each
7 Mike Dean, Karam Dean, Mike Masser, Pete Tomlinson 82 Maxitours scorecard holder each
8= Ray Massey, Gary Maude, Stuart Hibbert, Mark Allen 81 Maxitours scorecard holder each
8= John Hilditch, JP, Paul Smith, Simon Walton 81
10= Martin Bramwell, Peter Veitch, Andy Veitch, Chris Brown 80
10= John Sullivan, Dave Deverage, Gareth Lewis, Hugh Bilby 80
12= Mark Birtwistle, Ian Neilson, Ray Tennant, Steve Shaw 79
12= Dave Marchant, Geoff Andrews, Mark Lawton, John Brown 79
12= Les Russon, Steve Merricks, Simon Burgess, Rob Kenyon 79
12= Richard Williamson, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson, Dave Goodwin 79
16= Richard Blackwell, Nick Moores, Dan Moore, John Hilton 78
16= Pete Dobson, Mark Worsley, Ian Smethurst, Sean Dobson 78
18= Les Penson, Dave Wainwright, Graham Collins, Chris Darlington 76
18= Jim Clarke, Mark Hagarty, Pete Ledger, Daryl Parker 76
18= John Gleave, David Drury, Steve Tyrell, Ray Jones 76
21= David Kelly, Dave Harlow, Stuart Blake, John Atkin 75
21= Nigel Ashton, Paul Fell, Ian Venables, Ben Kinsey 75
23 Mike George, Caroline George, John Berry, Chris O’Regan 73
24 Rob Weston, Tony Andrews, Steve Foxcroft, Trevor Webb 71
25 Paul Evans, Tony Evans, Martin Sands, Alan Rhead 70
26 Mike Sutton, Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Richard Johnson 68
27 Ed Pysden, Ken Jee, Steve Leavitt, Richard Payne 67

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