Results from ‘pure class’ Pleasington

*Room for 1 2 or 4 players at Worsley on Thursday and room for 1,2 or teams of 4 at Bramall Park on Tuesday -both next week

Maxitours at ‘pure class’ Pleasington

Pleasington was in absolutely terrific condition for today’s Maxitours event
Clear blue skies and a refreshing summer breeze graced this terrific Lancashire course.
‘It was beautiful out there.’ Stated Nathan Pugh
‘Those greens are wonderful!’ Beamed Dave Greenwood

Thanks to everyone at this Club for their tremendous hospitality- especially Barney the catering manager who was terrific all day.

Paul Fell thought retired headmaster Nigel Ashton was having one of his funny turns again.
‘Look over there dear!’ Paul heard him say to him. It took Fell a few seconds to realise Nigel wasn’t having a friendly moment but he had spotted two beautiful wild muntjack deer roaming across the 17th fairway.

The breeze picked up as the day progressed and the wind swirled through the trees lined fairways. The excellent greens were rolling very true but very fast!
The course was playing so tough it would have given an aspirin a headache.

John Hilditch is a top estate agent and he explained to me before he went out why he has such excellent selling success: ‘The housewives of Cheshire are like putty in my hands.’
His golf club certainly looked like putty in his hands today as I watched him trying to make a vital two putt on the last. The ball somehow dribbled in the front edge after a very nervy stroke. He managed to secure the team a vital par and a 5th place finish.

Bramall nice guys Charles Beadle(16), Russell Humphries(13), Tom Hollis(12) and Martin Higgins(11) were delighted with their best finish for a few years as they took third place with 80 points.

Brian Greenbank’s(5) Hale team are regular players and they have been overachieving recently. Today they were surprised and delighted to take 2nd with just 80 points.
Paul Simpson is a fellow Hale member who plays in a rival fourball and he just can’t believe how well his pals have played. Here was his explanation: ‘If you put enough monkeys in a room, eventually, they will come up with Shakespeare.’
Ian Ponter(15), Dave Wainwright(10) and Knutsford Golf Clubs very popular scouser Nigel Jenkins(19) completed the team.

Taking the honours was the Hale ‘c’ team. These guys normally just turn up for the bacon butty before play. Today they were on fire and even Andy Veitch(19) played well. Chris Brown(6) Peter Veitch(10) and Ian Goulty(9) all contributed well. Two well-earned pars by the Veitch brothers on the tricky 15th hole gave them a vital boost late in the round.
Well played chaps excellent golf!!
Thanks to all players for your support!
Tim

Nearest the pin 16th Ian Ponter Dozen AD333
Neartest the pin 18th Dave Greenwood Dozen AD333
2’s £145 10 pro v1s or 22 srixon AD333
Peter Veitch Ian Ponter Andrew Mansfield Rory Graham Ste Aspinall

Pleasington 16-May-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Chris Brown, Peter Veitch, Andy Veitch, Ian Goulty 83 12 Maxitours Merino sweater
2 Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright, Nigel Jenkins, Ian Ponter 80 10 FJ Maxitours shirt
3 Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, Tom Hollis, Charles Beadle 80 8 FJ Maxitours shirt
4 Rory Graham, Ken Mortimer, Bob Barber, Peter Whiteman 80 6 Maxitours shirt
5 John Hilditch, Iain Bartholomew, Steve Grant, Martin Keats 79 4 Maxitours bag towel
6 Dave Greenwood, Rob Brooks, Ian Clarkson, Sarah Ormrod 79 2 Maxitours bag towel
7= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan, Mike Lowe 78
7= Jon Hudson, Rob Hughes, Mike Hill, Andy Corner 78
9= Steve Aspinall, Steve Halliwell, Mike Tarrant, James Wilson 77
9= Peter O’Driscoll, Tom Dobbins, Mark Birtwistle, Ian Neilson 77
11 Ian Hellens, Nathan Pugh, Martin Pugh, Pete Brown 76
12 Neale Laurent, Alf Shillitoe, Paul Butler, Martin Schofield 75
13 Roger Percival, Pete Atherton, Mark Richardson, Ed Wilkinson 74
14= Brian Hopkins, Pete Myers, Darren Whittaker, Steve Marsh 73
14= Paul Gilbert, David Gill, Paul Simpson, Eric Healy 73
14= Richard Blackwell, Steve Austin, John Hilton, Ben Armstrong 73
17= James Shipstone, Alison Shipstone, James Brown, Joe Lauder 72
17= Steve Parle, John Crossfield, Ray Royle, Stewart Cragg 72
19= Pete Norbury, Rob Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 71
19= Pete Dobson, Dave Acland, Mark Worsley, Mark Millhouse 71
19= Andy Moon, Paul Benson, Bill Parkinson, John Dawson 71
22 Peter Waters, Andy Millington, Ian Glover, Mario Capostagno 70
23 Gordon Warke, Mike Taylor, Chris Ernill, Bernard Wood 67
24= Kev Hart, Pat O’Dowd, Paul Yearsley, Andrew Mansfield 66
24= David Smith, Rodney Mills, Ken Swarbrick, Ted Ellis 66

Bramall Park start sheet Tuesday 21st May
10.00 David Kelly x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.18 Colin Roberts x4
10.27 Jim Clarke x4
10.36 Jack Coleman x4
10.45 Mick Mahon x4
10.54 Dave Stanhope x4
11.03 Lewis Marland x4
11.12 Brian Greenbank x4
11.21 Simon Taylor x4
11.30 Chris Adams x4
11.39 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.48 Roger Percival x4
11.57 Dave Sully x4
12.06 Sam Leach x4
12.15 Tony Grinnell x4
12.24 Kev Hart x4
12.33 Nigel Hallows x4
12.42 John Dickenson x4
12.51 Keith Workman x4
1.00
1.09 Les Russon x4
1.18 Paul Fell x4
1.27 Paul Rudkin x4
1.36 Paul Bayley x4
1.45 richard Blackwell x4
1.54 Steve Lamont x4
2.05 Andrew Hill x4
2.13
2.22 Andy Strickley x4
2.31 Dean Jagger x4
2.40 Olivier Troalen x4
2.49 Joe Yates x4
2..58

Worsley Start sheet Thursday 23rd May

10.00 Si Hemsley x4
10.09 Colin Roberts x4
10.18 Jim Clarke x4
10.27 Bob Eastwood x4
10.36 Paul Gilbert x4
10.45 Paul Evans x4
10.54
11.03 Mick Mahon x4
11.08 Bev Crute x4
11.12 Dave Stanhope x4
11.20 John Hilditch x4
11.30 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.39 Ian Walters x4
11.48 Brian Greenbank x4
11.57 Ian Hellens x4
12.06 Roger Percival x4
12.15 Simon Poucher x4
12.24 Peter Maher x4
12.33 Paul Fell x4
12.42 Adrian Waring x4
12.51
1.00 John Dickenson x4
1.09 Nigel Hallows x4
1.18 Dave Bentley x4
1.27 Brian Hopkins x4
1.36 Les Russon x4
1.45 Dave Blease x4
1.54 Martin Byatt x4
2.03 Darren Booth x4
2.21
2.30
2.39 Barry Jackson x4

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