Start times at Bromborough next week below – room for 1 team.
Vale Royal Weds 29th June – room for 1 team
Lancaster Fri 8th July -full
Hopwood Thurs 14th July full
Helsby Thursday 21st July spaces
Maxitours at red hot Hazel Grove
The England Golf ‘Golf Club of the year 2022’ proudly hosted the latest Maxitours event.
This terrific Club won the award not only because it has high quality golf course, Clubhouse, caterers and PGA Professionals but it is also very proactive in it work introducing juniors and ladies to the game and working with special needs groups. Keep up the great work Hazel Grove- congratulations on this outstanding achievement.
I love coming to Hazel Grove, the course is a pleasure to play and everyone makes us feel so welcome. The ladies at the half way house do a great job and parking attendants are provided. Thank you.
The strange talking Yorkshire four were over again today from their home coal mining town of Barnsley. They always bring stories of keeping magpies as pets or sleeping in shoe boxes etc.
‘We have a new player joining us today called ‘Terry Scargill.’’ Reported team Captain Rob Platt I thought he was joking.
‘Is that his real name?’
‘Yeah and his striking is second to none.’
There are three things good golfers never do – 1. put head covers on their irons 2.use castle tees. Number three is possibly the worst of all and it was John Lynsky who did the unthinkable today. He played three holes with a driving range ball. UNFORGIVABLE. He has let everybody down today.
Old Bill Ogley’s is still fairly new to the game. It was his first time playing Maxitours and also his first time at Hazel Grove. Nigel Uttley tried to talk the 70 year old out of hitting his driver on the risk reward 15th hole. He completely ignored him and drove to the fringe of the green and holed his putt to win nearest the pin in two shots. Easy game. Golfing Moral of the story: Don’t listen to Nigel Uttley.
Superb greens and ideal weather conditions meant scoring was excellent on the Mackenzie masterpiece.
Third place went to the popular Sandbach quartet of Dave Goodwin(7), Richard Williamson(10), housewife superstar Phil Robinson(7) and legend in his own lunchtime Paul Woodbine(8) They scored 86 points with a very strong 46 points on the back nine.
Second place went to the senior Heyrose quartet of Les Penson(15), George ‘three birdies in a row’ Kerr(1), Paul Salt (14)and Cheshire senior Steve Blakeway(1). Penson was on fire on the front nine.
They were pipped on the back nine by Bramall Parks Ian Fensom (11)who teamed up with lovable Kev Hart(9), Paul Yearsley(6) and Ted Mansfield(13) to take 1st place. Hart picked up seven shots with another impressive display. Two successive wins sees a three shot handicap reduction each for this talented Davyhulme team who have just found some great form.
Thanks to everyone for your support. Tim
Nearest the pin 13th Dozen Dave Monk Dozen Ad333
Nearest the pin in 2 on 15th Bill Ogley Dozen AD333
2’s sweep £165 6 pro v1s or 14 srixon ad333
Steve Blakeway George Kerr Ian Reece Paul Yearsley Steve Owen Harry Pearce Bill Ogley
|1||Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Andy Mansfield, Ian Fensom||89||12||Under Armour windtop each|
|2||George Kerr, Steve Blakeway, Paul Salt, Les Penson||88||10||Maxitours FJ shirt each|
|3||Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine, Richard Williamson, Phil Robinson||86||8||Callaway shirt each|
|4||Mark Lane, Dave Mason, Carl Deaville, Andy Williamson||86||6||Callaway shirt each|
|5||Gary Neiles, John Morton, Jimmy Ainsworth, John Longworth||86||4||Maxitours cap each|
|6||Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Gary Smith, Phil Hilton||85||2||Maxitours cap each|
|7=||Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Lee Merson, Jack Schofield||85|
|7=||Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes, Lee Spratt||85|
|9=||Ian Reece, Ian Wright, Andy Brown, Martin Gleave||84|
|9=||Jim Caldwell, David Lathwood, Steve Barlow, Peter Griggs||84|
|9=||Andrew Hill, Dave Stewardson, Steve Mobley, Josh Nadin||84|
|9=||Stewart Cragg, Dave Smith, Ted Ellis, Ian Neilson||84|
|13||Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, , Chris Clarke||83|
|14=||Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Nigel Ashton, Mike Lowe||82|
|14=||Bob Picthall, Steve Owen, Alfie Walker, Rob Roden||82|
|14=||Phil Dickens, Lewis Marland, Tony Inesly, Dave Greenwood||82|
|17=||Martin Prescott, Pete Atherton, Steve Hall, Gary Butler||81|
|17=||Simon Wilkinson, Dave Monk, Barry Wilson, John Lynsky||81|
|17=||Roy Adkins, Barry Caldwell, Keith Shale, John Cooper||81|
|17=||Mike Wilkinson, Phil Thorley, Darren Bridge, Brian Fleetwood||81|
|21=||John Hilditch, Alex Jarman, Tony Taylor, JP||79|
|21=||Karl Marginson, Colin Ticchias, Noel Holding, Ged Manning||79|
|23||Rob Platt, Steve Barber, Terry Scargill, Tim Barstow||77|
|24=||Simon Hemsley, Marcus Green, Ian Handy, Joe Kirwan||76|
|24=||Peter Maher, Gary Phillips, Jonny Reeves, Charlie Beadle||76|
|24=||Nigel Uttley, David Guerin, Bill Ogley, David Bond||76|
|24=||Nathan Mills, John Barnes, Ian Cash, James Mooney||76|
|28||Graham Davenport, Steve Heywood, Richard Wakefield, Denis Boud||75|
|29||Ronnie More, Rob Sexton, Mark Hagarty, Ross Sellors||70|
|30||Jonny Barton, Chris Walley, Sean Haskins, Jim Hodges||67|
Start times at Bromborough Weds 22nd June
9.30 Colin Roberts x4
9.39 Nigel Jenkins x4
9.48 Bob Eastwood x4
9.57 Barry Wilson x4
10.06 Dave Buckley x4
10.15 Dave Goodwin x4
10.24 Paul Fell x4
10.33 Martin Humphries x4
10.42 Jon Hudson x4
10.51 Neil Laurent x4
11.00 Jim Lindsay x4
11.09 Lewis Marland x4
11.18 Ian Snape x4
11.27 Jim Clarke x4
11.36 Steve Aspinall x4
11.45 Mick Mahon x4
11.54 Steve Hall x4
12.03 Jack Coleman x4
12.12 Peter McElkerney
12.21 Ian Hellens x4
12.30 Gary Phillips x4
12.39 Rob Weston x4
12.48 Mike George x4
12.57 Kev Hart x4
1.06 Sam Leach x4
1.15 Dave Sully x4
1.24 Roger Percival x4
1.42 Richard Blackwell x4
1.51 Simon Poucher x4
2.09 Jim Rymer x4
2.18 Gary Neiles x4
2.27 Lee Tilley x4
2.36 John Newton x4
2.45 Steve Marsh x4