results from brilliant Knutsford

Clitheroe Bank Holiday Monday 30th Aug start times below – room for 1 team

Davyhulme on Thursday 2nd Sept – room for 1 team

Hazel Grove 6th Sept – room for 2 teams

Maxitours at brilliant Knutsford

A lovely late Summer’s day greeted Maxitours competitors at Knutsford. The perfect weather ensured a great day was had by all.

Head Greenkeeper Dave Jones does an amazing job and has really raised the bar with his knowledge and hard work – once again the golf course was immaculate.

Steve Aspinall plays in every Open under the sun and he thought Knutsford Greens were the best he had seen on his travels. ‘They are right up there with the best greens I have played all year.’

Chris Brown went one better and told me that they were: ‘Definitely the best greens I have played all season.’

‘ Wow! If this was an 18 hole course it might well be the best in Cheshire.’ Was Frank Jewels verdict after his first ever round at Knutsford.

‘That is the best golf course I have played for quite some time, compliments to the greenstaff !’ Said Jim Doran President of Leigh golf Club.

Thanks also to Clubhouse manager ‘Mr Hospitality’ Steve Barker who looked after my players so well throughout a very long day.

I think I am going to keep my distance from Nigel Ashton in future.

‘Do you realise this is where I first ever saw you?’ He informed me at check in this morning. No, I can honestly say that I wasn’t aware of that Nigel. Thank you very much.

Rob Cross is famous for his wild hitting. His team told him to bring plenty of balls to Knutsford and even the Tatton Park wardens diverted the public footpath and kept the deer out of range as they knew Rob was playing. Incredibly Rob stayed out of the Park all day until the 18th hole when his gentle hook reappeared and normal service was resumed.

Vic Strata from Hale is a lovey bloke but he is very easily confused. He wanted a trolley for today so I gave him a handle. I saw him ten minutes later outside struggling by the trolley shed looking very stressed. He was trying desperately to work out how to attach the handle onto a trolley that already had a handle on it.

In today’s event everyone’s favourite golfer Lewis Marland(17) and his team scored 85 points to take 6th place. Lewis picked up seven shots for his team of Phil Dickens(11), Steve Scofield(13), and Paul Robinson(8) went home happy.

Roger Percival’s team took 3rd with 85 and second went to Gary Neiles Sandiway men on 86 points but they were just pipped on the back nine.

Tony Finau is famous as being a class golfer who is unable to get over the finishing line but he did so in last nights PGA Tournament. Des Kelly is famous as a terrible golfer who is also unable to get over the finishing line. Today his Poulton Park team of Phil Roberts(13) Des Kelly(21) Phil Johnson (11) and Aaron Dennis (12) scored 40 points on the front nine (which they hadn’t played before) but once they knew where they were going they came home in 46 for a great victory– Excellent Golf.

Thanks to everyone for your support.


Nearest the pin 12th Chris Lane Dozen Wilson Duo

Nearest the pin 14th Bob King Dozen Wilson Duo

2’s sweep £125 2 pro v1s or 6 srixon AD333 per 2

Steve Aspinall Dave Monk Martin Quinn Bob King Chris Brown Garry Phillips Paul Fell Mike George Tim Tighe Roy Adkins Barry Jackson Chris Lane Richard Palmer Joe Cross Pete Atherton Dave Greenwood

Knutsford 24-Aug-2021
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Paul Roberts, Des Kelly, Phil Johnson, Aaron Dennis 86 12 Maxitours lined sweater
2 Gary Neiles, John Moreton, Carl Barkes, Martin Finney 86 10 Dozen Taylor Made TP5 Ball
3 Roger Percival, Pete Atherton, Martin France, Andy Wright 85 8 Under Armour shirt each
4 Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Roy Adkins, Mike Lowe 85 6 Srixon cabreta glove
5 Lewis Marland, Steve Schofield, Paul Robinson, Phil Dickens 85 4 Maxitours scorecard holder
6 Steve Aspinall, Graham Wilkinson, Dave Monk, John Fitzsimmons 84 2 Maxitours scorecard holder
7= Michael Hewitt, David Potter, Paul Simpson, Peter Taylor 82
7= Gary Kirkwood, James Kirkwood, Martin Quinn, Kevin McKenna 82
7= Simon Hemsley, Dave Keen, , Ian King 82
7= Andy Buckley, Dave Greenwood, Sarah Ormrod, Will 82
11 Gary Philips, Charlie Beadle, Peter Maher, Nigel Hall 81
12= Bob King, Bob Bolton, Dave Bolton, Rob Harris 80
12= Barry Jackson, Dave Wright, Steve Tate, Curtis Lane 80
14 Mike George, Mark Clare, Stan Devlin, Tim Tighe 79
15 John Johnston, Chris Brown, Vic Strata, Ian Macklin 78
16= Mick Mahon, Joe Cross, Dave Westwood, Richard Palmer 77
16= Pete Fotheringham, Dave Alcock, Tim Royle, Andy Duncan 77
18 Roy Ainsworth, Mike Verdon, Barry Simpson, Martin Cox 76
19= John Harrop, Mark Ellam, Chris Burnett, Peter Hoctor 75
19= Pete Dolan, Chris Doran, Jim Dolan, Brian Hitchen 75
21 Colin Roberts, Nigel Armitage, Dave Mason, Dave Marchant 74

Clitheroe start times

Monday 30th Aug

10.00 David Kelly x4

10.09 Simon Hemsley x4

10.18 Colin Roberts x4

10.27 Jim Caldwell x4

10.36 Gary Owen x4

10.45 Lewis Marland x4

10.54 Rob Hands x4

11.03 Dave Buckley x4

11.12 Mick Mahon x4

11.21 Gary Phillips x4

11.30 Paul Fell x4

11.39 Martin Humphries x4

11.48 Darren Booth x4

11.57 Neil Edwards x4

12.06 Andy Buckley x4

12.15 Mike George x4

12.24 Dave Goodwin x4

12.33 Ian Hellens x4

12.42 Dave Sully x4

12.51 Les Russon x4

1.00 Mark Hagarty x4

1.09 Paul Entwistle early

1.18 Chris Adams x4

1.27 Roy Ainsworth x4

1.36 Tim Spencer x4

1.45 Dave Griffiths x4

1.54 Pete Waters x4

2.03 Simon Ashton x4

2.12 Jim Rymer x4


2.33 Gary Neiles x4

2.41 Kev Hart x4


2.58 Neale Laurent x4