Results from beautiful Bromborough

Vale Royal Abbey start sheet below – spaces at this class venue

Maxitours At beautiful Bromborough

A magnificent day on a tremendous golf course ensured a wonderful day for all.
‘That is by far the best golf course I have played all year! ‘ Reported knowledgeable Bob Eastwood after his three and a half hour round.

Dave Lomax knows a lot about golf courses and John Hilton knows a lot about bar staff and both were raving about their own specialist subject after play.
‘We have had a terrific day, everything here is first class.’

Being near Liverpool the staff have that lovely scouse sense of humour. The waitress brought me a superb chicken and bacon salad and I remarked how nice it looked and if she had made it?
‘No my job is just to run around like a blue arsed fly’ Brilliant.
All the staff were absolutely top notch today and the bar was open from food for twelve hours – amazing. It is great to see a man happy in his job and barman Paddy was class. Thank you Bromborough.

Harry Green was approaching the 9th when I saw him. I commented to him on what a stunning summers day it was and he replied that there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. Not long after there wasn’t a ball in the sky either as his 50 yard lob shot was thinned across the green into a thick bush.

With the open just around the corner next month the Wirral parkland course was also playing like a links venue. The scoring was exceptionally close once again.
It was the longest day of the year yesterday but tonight will feel a bit longer for Simon Poucher after he missed from 12 inches at the last to cost his team a top 4 finish.
The Birchwood team of Simon Wilkinson, John Linsky, Barry Wilson and Dave Monk took 3rd with 84 points
Before play Lewis Marland was moaning – ‘I’ve been playing well but I’ll never win one of these.’
Well Lewis just ask Matt Fitzpatrick if dreams do come true. Lewis’s team recorded 85 points but as the breeze picked up and the golf course toughened up scoring got worse and Lewis was in contention. The likeable Mancunian had to settle for second place however as late in the day the Phil Gow Wirral team just pipped him and destroyed the fairytale ending.

Heswall is just around the corner and this local team made the most of their course knowledge to take 1st place with 87 points. Jamie Lloyd (10)is the handicap secretary at this prestigious club and he knows how to pick an in form team. Phil Gow(6) Mark Sanderson(6) and Shay Keogh(4) all contributed well. The team picked up 4 shots on the closing four holes as all around them teams were throwing shots away.

Well played chaps great victory.
Thanks to everyone for your support, Tim

2’s Sweep £190 4 pro v1s or 9 srixons per 2
Jonny Barton Dean McFadden x2 Steve Schofield John Linsky Gary Brooks Gary Phillips Peter Maher Sarah Johnson Dave Carlile Phil Gow Shay Keogh Alan Booth

Bromborough 22-June-2022
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Phil Gow, Jamie Lloyd, Mark Sanderson, Shay Keogh 87 12 FJ Chill out top
2 Lewis Marland, Phil Dickens, Steve Schofield, Neil Evans 85 10 FJ Shirt each
3 Simon Wilkinson, Dave Monk, Barry Wilson, John Lynsky 84 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Dave Lomax, Steve Austin 82 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Simon Poucher, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 82 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Carl Deaville, Dave Mason 81 2 3 srixon ad333 each
7= Andy Corner, Jon Hudson, Gary Brooks, Mark Pretty 81
7= Neale Laurent, Mark Turner, Ben Hughes, Paul McDermott 81
9= Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Nigel Ashton, Mark Hughes 80
9= Martin Prescott, Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Phil Singh 80
9= Peter Maher, Gary Phillips, Jonny Reeves, Charlie Beadle 80
9= Bob Eastwood, Ashley Elliott, Mike Lamb, Chris Jones 80
9= Jerry Salmon, Neil Bibby, Ken Booth, John Fitzsimmons 80
9= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Andy Mansfield, Dean McFadden 80
9= Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, Peter Atherton, Mike Verdon 80
16= George Kerr, Steve Blakeway, Paul Salt, Kenny Plumb 79
16= Gary Neiles, Gavin Connor, Richard Melrose, John Longworth 79
18= Nigel Jenkins, Brian Greenbank, Phil Smeathers, Ian Ponter 78
18= Mike George, Steve Ford, Graham Wright, Mark Clare 78
18= Steve Heywood, Janet Heywood, Chris Lee, Graham Davenport 78
21= Martin Humphries, Dave Hest, Keith Shale, John Murphy 77
21= Dave Buckley, Sarah Johnson, Dave Schaffer, Alan Thompson 77
21= Peter McElkerney, Alan Owens, Keith Swindle, Keith Berry 77
21= Pete Newey, Mike Dempsey, Bob Mottershead, Keith Workman 77
25 Jonny Barton, Chris Walley, Sean Haskins, Jim Hodges 76
26 Jim Lindsay, Phil Young, Alan Booth, Andy Stapley 75
27 Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Rob Norbury, Lee Tilley 71