Maxitours Welsh Classic at North Wales

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Maxitours Welsh Classic at North Wales

Day two of the Welsh Classic saw a few bleary-eyed golfers entering the North Wales Clubhouse.

The course was in great condition and the greens were running fast and true.

‘The pace of these greens is beautiful.’ Admired Andy Hallows.

Club manager Phil Beard is switched on he has grown the membership and Club turnover and is terrific to deal with – I would highly recommend you to contact him if you fancy a group day out!

The weather held off and not a drop off rain fell in sunny Llandudno when the rest of the world was getting drenched. UNBELIEVABLE BUT TRUE!!!!

Joe Kirwan survived the night in the much-feared Whitehouse hotel. He said there was a nice touch on arrival as the bin in his room hadn’t been emptied – lovely.

Ian Fensom was short of a player this morning so I was trying to find him a local to play with. I saw an old chap I didn’t recognise in the bar and asked him if he fancied joining us. ‘I’ve played 18 holes on my own first thing but I quite fancy another round so -yes I will.’
I told the North Wales pro that Peter was standing in and he told me that his member was a top climber and leads expeditions up Kilimanjaro. He had cycled 40 miles to the golf club this morning and will be cycling home tonight.- Legend.

Andy Oakes never wins a bean. Even when he won nearest the pin yesterday he didn’t get a mention as I had done the report and presumed nobody in his 4 ball would knock it close. Well done for yesterday Andy.

In todays event Olivier Troalen owns a top French bistro in Lymm. His team score of 85 bettered yesterdays score at Conwy by a massive 21 points. They were pipped on the card play off.
Winning today was David Smiths smooth swinging Ringway team who also scored an impressive 85 points.

In the two day Classic Mike spencers team made a final day move with 82 points to move into 3rd place.

Overnight leaders Neale Laurents team demolished their £5 a head kitty in minutes and were still singing in a top welsh karaoke bar at 2am last night. They collected 42 points on the front nine but then ‘hit the wall’ with just 32 points on their closing nine to be pipped into 2nd

The overall event was won by Knutsfords Jim(12) and Georgie Clarke(23), Peter Ledger(19) and Graham Jackson(6) who added a solid 79 points to yesterday’s 81 points. Georgie was the only player in the field without a hangover and she played great golf on the front nine. Well played guys and girl!

Thanks to all players for your support,
I hope you enjoyed the event as much as I did!!
Tim

Nearest the pin 16th Wayne Harper Doz AD333s
Nearest the pin 17th Kev Hart Doz AD333s

2’s £130 5 pro v1s or 10 srixon AD333s Mike George Kev Hart Martin Higgins Ian Ritchie Jim Kenyon Ian Fenson Mark Franklin Wayne Harper

Welsh Classic Overall 10/11 June 2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, Georgie Clarke 160 12 Hydrolite shoes each
2 Lewis Marland, Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Phil Dickens 158 10 FJ Maxitours chillout top
3 Mike Spencer, Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Simon Allport 157 8 Dozen Taylor made TP 5 each
4 Dave Greenwood, Gordon Warke, Sarah Ormrod, Wayne Harper 157 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 David Smith, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman, Andy Hallows 156 4 Maxitours shirt each (day 2 team)
6 Bob Eastwood, Ashley Elliott, Mark Clewley, Mike Lamb 156 2
7 Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Colin Upton, Simon Golsby 154
8 Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Andrew Mansfield, Jim Booth 152
9= Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Geoff Andrews, Mike Upton 151 Maxitours shirt each (day 1 team)
9= David Kelly, Bob Sutton, Stuart Blake, David Wilkinson 151
9= Stuart Reynolds, Chris Fensom, Ray Mills, Steve Hunter 151
9= Peter Dolan, Pete Daniels, Jim Doran, Brian Hitchen 151
13 Ian Fensom, Peter Fitzpatrick, John Griffin, Don Cain 150
14 Olivier Troalen, Rob Hutchinson, Louis Trioalen, Ben Aardewerk 149 Maxitours Cap each (day2 team)
15 Martin Higgins, Peter Maher, Charlie Beadle, Rob Higginbotham 147
16 Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hall, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 146
17 Don Campbell, James Callow, Stuart Hodson, Mike George 145
18 Munro Donald, Dave Westwood, Swamy Naryana, Kieron Hunt 141
19 Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb 127
North Wales 11 June-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1= David Smith, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman, Andy Hallows 85
1= Olivier Troalen, Rob Hutchinson, Louis Trioalen, Ben Aardewerk 85
3= Mike Spencer, Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Simon Allport 82
3= Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hall, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 82
5 Peter Dolan, Pete Daniels, Jim Doran, Brian Hitchen 81
6 Bob Eastwood, Ashley Elliott, Mark Clewley, Mike Lamb 80
7= Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, Georgie Clarke 79
7= Dave Greenwood, Gordon Warke, Sarah Ormrod, Wayne Harper 79
9= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Andrew Mansfield, Jim Booth 78
9= Jeremy Lawton, Nigel Eckersley, Joe Stanley, Ben Coleman 78
11 Martin Higgins, Peter Maher, Charlie Beadle, Rob Higginbotham 77
12 Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Colin Upton, Simon Golsby 76
13 Lewis Marland, Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Phil Dickens 74
14= David Kelly, Bob Sutton, Stuart Blake, David Wilkinson 73
14= Stuart Reynolds, Chris Fensom, Ray Mills, Steve Hunter 73
14= Ian Fensom, Peter Fitzpatrick, John Griffin, Don Cain 73
17= Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Geoff Andrews, Mike Upton 71
17= Jim Kenyon, Rob Sims, Rick Page, Ian Ritchie 71
17= Munro Donald, Dave Westwood, Swamy Naryana, Kieron Hunt 71
20 Don Campbell, James Callow, Stuart Hodson, Mike George 70
21 Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb 60

Fixby start sheet
Thursday 20th June
10.00 Colin Roberts x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.18 Jim Caldwell x4
10.27 Jim Clarke x4
10.30 Paul Cooper x4
10.36 Jack Coleman x4
10.45 Mick Mahon x2 2 players required
10.54 Chris Adams x4
11.03 Dave Stanhope x4
11.12 Rob Platt x4
11.21 Steve Finnan x4
11.30Roy Ainsworth x4
11.39 Paul Wrigley x4
11.48 Roger Percival x4
11.57Steve Aspinall x4
12.06 Paul Rudkin x4
12.15 Neil Edwards x4
12.24 Chris Smith x4
12.33 Peter Maher x4
12.42 Paul Fell x4
12.51 John Hunt x4
1.00 Nigel Hallows x4
1.09 Dave Sully x4
1.18 Les Russon x4
1.27 Richard Blackwell x4
Brian Hopkins x4
1.36 David Smith x4
1.45 Bernard Wood x4
1.54 Steve Parle x4
2.03 Gordon Warke x4
2.12 Gary Parle x4
2.21 Bill Melia x4
2.30 Paul Price x4
2.39 Dave Goodwin x4
2.48 Dave Griffiths x4
2.57 Lee Tilley x4

Results from Conwy

Maxitours Welsh Classic Day 1 at Conwy

Conwy was the stunning venue for day one of the Welsh Classic Event. EVERYONE was raving about the course condition and the wonderful weather. What a great day!!

Highly rated new General Manager Matt Parsley is doing great things and everything about this famous Club is now five star. Thanks to everyone associated with the Club for your hospitality.

Most teams are staying overnight and Neale Laurent was collecting a Kitty for his team – £5 a man. Sounds like they are in for a big night out in Llandudno.

It is also interesting to note where people are staying.
I am lucky enough to be booked in a very homely and clean local guest house called ‘Sunny side.’
A few teams are booked into the safety of a premier lodge which is not very exciting but it is where you know what you are getting.

Bramhall members have been invited to stay at wealthy retired banker Mike Spencers mansion on the Great Orme. The only problem was that Ian King was doing the inviting without Mikes knowledge. Mike is sleeping on the sofa.(It is a nice sofa though)

I asked Maxitours legend and all-around nice guy Lewis Marland and his team where they are staying and they proudly announced that they were at ‘The White House’ in Llandudno. It was only £25 a head. This rang a few alarm bells as last year Les Russons team stayed there and they swore never to return. I went on trip advisor to check.
These are the first three reviews
‘The worst hotel I have ever stayed in’
‘Absolute Nightmare’
‘Avoid at All costs’
Good luck Lewis!
Things got even worse when Twenty minutes later Joe Kirwan checked in
‘ Where are you staying tonight Joe?’
‘The White house- it’s only £30 a night!’

John Farnsworth continues to lead the Maxitours putts per round average. He only had 19 putts in total today -unfortunately he only putted on six greens as he had picked up well before he needed his putter.

In today’s event Lewis Marlands team took the lead with 84 points. Neale Laurent, Paul Butler and Phil Dickens were his partners.

Jim Clarkes team of three old men and his daughter are lying second with 81 points. They were one short late last week so Jim invited Georgie who is one of the nicest seventeen year old girls you will ever meet. She is in for a long night as her team mates started on the San Miguel immediately after their round at 3pm.
As I left for my bed and breakfast at 6pm one of the team was telling her another “Interesting” story
‘When I was a lad…
Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Dave Mason and Mike Upton are looking good in third place. They have a good chance tomorrow but they need to ensure Colin behaves himself in the lively Llandudno nightlife tonight.

Tomorrow looks like the forecast is improving but with an occasional shower and strengthening breeze the leaderboard may well change!! Local man Mike Spencer tells us that the rain will miss us so bring your suncream.

The highly under-rated Knutsford team of Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb, Rob Weston and Steve’Sorry for treading on your line’ Foxcroft are normally delighted to get any score not in the sixties sure enough they were 67 today BUT they all made twos on the 15th – brilliant! (especially as there were only 7 twos on the whole course all day!)

Have a great night.

Tim.
Nearest the Pin 2nd Doz AD333 Tony Andrews
Nearest the pin 15th Doz AD333 Steve Foxcroft

2’s £140 6 pro v1s or 15 srixonAD333s David Smith Paul Smith Sarah Ormrod Swarmy Naryama Tony Andrews Steve Foxcroft Trevor Webb

Conwy 10 June 2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Lewis Marland, Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Phil Dickens 84
2 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, Georgie Clarke 81
3 Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Dave Marchant, Mike Upton 80
4= Stuart Reynolds, Chris Fensom, Ray Mills, Steve Hunter 78
4= Dave Greenwood, Gordon Warke, Sarah Ormrod, Wayne Harper 78
4= David Kelly, Bob Sutton, Stuart Blake, David Wilkinson 78
4= Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Colin Upton, Simon Golsby 78
8 Ian Fensom, Pete Moss, John Griffin, Don Cain 77
9 Bob Eastwood, Ashley Elliott, Mark Clewley, Mike Lamb 76
10= Mike Spencer, Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Simon Allport 75
10= John Hilditch, John Pratt, Simon Walton, Pete Smith 75
10= Jeremy Lawton, Rob Simm, Ian Ritchie, Ben Coleman 75
10= Rob Kenyon, Les Russon, John Priestley, 75
10= Don Campbell, James Callow, Stuart Hodson, Mike George 75
15 Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Andrew Mansfield, Jim Booth 74
16 Jim Kenyon, Nigel Davenport, Rick Page, Joe Stanley 72
17 David Smith, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman, Andy Hallows 71
18= Martin Higgins, Peter Maher, Charlie Beadle, Rob Higginbotham 70
18= Munro Donald, Dave Westwood, Swarmy Naryama, Kieron Hunt 70
18= Peter Dolan, Pete Daniels, Jim Doran, Brian Hitchen 70
21= Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb 67
21= Gerry John, John Brazier, Raju Misra, Matt Alcock 67
23= Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hall, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 64
23= Olivier Troalen, Rob Hutchinson, Louis Trioalen, Ben Aardewerk 64

Fixby start times
Thursday 20th June
10.00 Colin Roberts x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.18 Jim Caldwell x4
10.27 Jim Clarke x4
10.30 Paul Cooper x4
10.36 Jack Coleman x4
10.45 Mick Mahon x4
10.54 Chris Adams x4
11.03 Dave Stanhope x4
11.12 Rob Platt x4
11.21 Steve Finnan x4
11.30Roy Ainsworth x4
11.39 Pete Dobson x4
11.48 Roger Percival x4
11.57Steve Aspinall x4
12.06 Paul Rudkin x4
12.15 Neil Edwards x4
12.24 Chris Smith x4
12.33 Peter Maher x4
12.42 Paul Fell x4
12.51 John Hunt x4
1.00 Nigel Hallows x4
1.09 Dave Sully x4
1.18 Les Russon x4
1.27 Richard Blackwell x4
Brian Hopkins x4
1.36 David Smith x4
1.45 Bernard Wood x4
1.54 Steve Parle x4
2.03 Gordon Warke x4
2.12 Gary Parle x4
2.21 Bill Melia x4
2.30 Paul Price x4
2.39 Dave Goodwin x4
2.48 Dave Griffiths x4
2.57 Lee Tilley x4

Maxitours at rainy but beautiful Romiley

**Please check Conwy and North Wales times which are slightly earlier than advertised -please let your team know**

Still Room for teams at North Wales or Conwy or both

Maxitours at rainy (but beautiful) Romiley

Romiley Golf Club kindly hosted its second ever Maxitours event.
This Classic Cheshire parkland course provides a really enjoyable test for all levels of golfer and is set to become a firm favourite with our players. The greens were immaculate and the tree lined fairways were a real pleasure to play from
Thanks to all the green staff for presenting the course to such a high standard.

The new caterers were also superb and the cheese and onion toasties were ‘off the scale’.

This is Officially the friendliest club on the Maxitours circuit. Current Captain (and Maxitours regular) Dave Blood came down to the Club to wish us well, as did two former Presidents and The Head of Greens Duncan Challen. Duncan is a top man and a real driving force behind Romileys’ resurgence as one of the top clubs in Manchester. There were also lots of old friendly members wandering around chatting to anyone who would listen- brilliant.

Richard Palmer enjoys this course and he won last year with a victory which surprised many people. ‘Have they planted lots of mature trees in the past twelve months – I’m sure that there weren’t this many last year!’ Yes there were.

The usually punctual Phil Robinson was running slightly late for his tee time and he came up with a new excuse. ‘The traffic was terrible in Congleton. Is Donald Trump going there today?’ No.

Players registered in the dining room before their round this morning but I had to move my desk into the main bar upstairs as a Slimming World meeting was taking place there at 5pm. Five handicap player John Delaney wandered into the meeting by mistake and the eyes of the lady running the classes lit up. She knows a profitable long term project when she sees one. John did a quick about turn and calmed himself down in the bar with the aid of a 400 calorie San Miguel.

In todays event Mark Hollands mishit earned him nearest the pin on the 15th and John Delaney knocked it to two feet to win nearest the pin in two on the eighteenth.

Neale Laurents’ talented Brookdale team surprisingly took 4th place with just 78 points.

Third place went to Sandiways Gary Neiles(6), Joe Yates(15) John Longworth(13) and Alan Forber(16) with 80 points and Ashton in Makerfields’ Mark Holland(7) his son Matt(14) and Dave Lee(20) and Adie Price(13) took second place with 82 points. Both these teams played in the rain this afternoon- well played chaps.

Earning a win after over fifty barren weeks was the likeable Bramhall team of Simon Hemsley(11) Ian King(8) Darren Whittaker(14)and Neil Worthington(18). They made the most of the dry. still conditions and rolled in more than their fair share of putts on the superb Romiley greens . Great score guys, keep up the excellent play.

Thanks to ALL TEAMS who turned up despite the far from promising forecast not a single team cancelled which is a testament to your class..

Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the Pin 15th Mark Holland Doz AD333
Nearest the Pin 18th John Delaney Doz AD333

2’s £140 5 pro v1s or 10 srixon AD333s
Peter Maher Dave Briggs Colin Bryan Paul Butler Guy Levers Sarah Ormrod Mark Holland Donna Sully Graham Davenport

Romiley 4-June-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Simon Hemsley, Neil Worthington 87 12 FJ Hydrolite shoes
2 Matt Holland, Mark Holland, Dave Lee, Adie Price 82 10 Dozen Taylor Made TP 5 balls
3 Gary Neiles, Joe Yates, Alan Forber, John Longworth 80 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Paul Heap, Mark Turner 78 6 Maxitours Shirt each
5 Dave Sully , Donna Sully, Graham Davenport, Mark Rowden 78 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Mark McDunn, Dom Franklin, Ben Bowers, Peter Moore 78 2 Maxitours cap each
7 Jim Caldwell, Bob Picthall, Phil Ryding, Liam Pilkington 78
8= Bob Chesters, Jonny Barton, Kevin Reeves, Jim Hodges 77
8= Sarah Ormrod, Steve Austin, Dave Greenwood, John Delaney 77
8= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Mike Lowe, Colin Bryan 77
11 Simon Poucher, Mark Tully, Neil Simpson, Brendan Leighton 76
12= Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Phil Hanson, Dave Westwood 74
12= Pete Dobson, Mark Grundy, Mike Barnes, Dave Briggs 74
14= Graham Jackson, Jim Kenyon, Jim Clarke, Chris Clarke 73
14= David Kelly, Bob Sutton, Stuart Blake, Steve Nixon 73
14= Ian Hellens, Paul Robinson, Pete Brown, Phil McCurry 73
14= Neil Edwards, Dave Parry, Steve Woods, Tim Porter 73
18 Jon Hudson, Gary Brooks, Mike Hill, Andy Corner 72
19= Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright, Mike Wainwright, Guy Levers 71
19= Bob Chesters, Jonny Barton, Jim Hodges, Kevin Reeves 71
19= Mike George, Don Campbell, Chris Iceley, Gordon Tilzey 71
22 Peter Maher, Charles Beadle, Russell Humphries, Chris Judge 69
23 Dave Mason, Geoff Andrews, Matt Coe, Chris Percy 68

Monday 10th June Conwy
10.07 Colin Roberts x4
10.16 Simon Hemsley x4
10.25 Bob Eastwood x4
10.43 Mike Spencer x4
10.52 Jim Clarke x4
11.01 Lewis Marland x4
11.10 Ian Fensom x4
11.19 Ian Fensom x4
11.28 Mick Mahon x4
11.37 Peter Maher x4
11.46 Roger Percival x4
11.55 Kev Hart x4
12.05 John Hilditch x4
12.14 Nigel Hallows x4
12.23 Munro Donald x4
12.32 Les Russon x4
12.41 Matt Nelstrop x4
12.50 Jim Kenyon x4
1.00 Nigel Davenport x4
1.09 Pete Dolan x4
1.18 Olivier Troalen x4
1.27 David Kelly x4
1.36 Gerry John x4
1.45 Rob Weston x4
1.54 Chris Adams x4
2.03 David Smith x4
2.12 Don Campbell x4
2.21

Tuesday 11th at North Wales

10.00 David Kelly x4
10.09 Colin Roberts x4
10.18 Don Campbell x4
10.27 Mike Spencer x4
10.36 Lewis Marland x4
10.45 Rob Weston x4
10.54 Jim Clarke x4
11.03 Mick Mahon x4
11.12 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.21 Bob Eastwood x4
11.30 John Hilditch x4
11.39 Chris Adams x4
11.48 Les Russon x4
11.57 Jim Kenyon x4
12.06 Nigel Davenport x4
12.15 Ian Fensom x4
12.24 Ian Fensom x4
12.33 Stuart Reynolds x4
12.42 Steve Aspinall x4
12.51 Munro Donald x4
1.00 Kev Hartx4
1.09 Gerry John x4
1.17 Matt Nelstrop x4
1.26 Nigel Hallows x4
1.35 Pete Dolan x4
1.44 Peter Maher x4
1.53 Roger Percival x4
2.02 David Smith x4
2.11
2.20 Olivier Troalen x4
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Results from Wonderful Worsley

Room at these terrific Maxitours events this June!!
Space at Romiley Tuesday 4th June
Welsh Classic – spaces for teams at Conwy 10th June and/or North Wales 11th June
Fixby Thursday 20th June- 1 team space
Hazel Grove Thursday 27th June-2 team spaces

Maxitours at wonderful Worsley

Worsley is a beautiful golfing oasis less than 4 miles from the centre of town and with one of the best layouts in Greater Manchester -it is always a very popular venue on the Maxitours rota.

The fairways and surrounding trees looked stunning in the glorious May sunshine. Thanks to all the green staff for presenting the course so well.

The food is always excellent at Worsley, the chef has a contract with Anchor as there is never a shortage of butter on his baps. I enjoyed my mid morning steak and stilton baguette so much I ordered another one for my evening meal. Bring it on.

Trevor Nicholson is a great bloke and last Sunday in the Knutsford Golf Club bar he told me in the strictest confidence that he used to be the lead singer in a popular Sheffield band ‘Jonny Lane and the Wanderers.’ I looked towards the 16th fairway late in the day and Trevor (aka Jonny) looked like he was back with his band and they were doing plenty of wandering around the Worsley rough searching for his ball.

Mike Lamb was delighted to collect his ‘money can’t buy’ ostrich skin Maxitours scorecard holder this morning. ‘It is made from real imitation Ostrich skin.’ I explained.
‘That suits me I can put my head in the sand if I am playing badly.’

Norman Humphries is a three handicap class golfer and he has a swing as smooth as chocolate. I told Dave Bentleys group to put down their bacon sandwiches and watch and learn as Norman hit a silky drive 250 yards down the first hole.
‘I’ve been told my practice swing is like that, but it changes when the ball is there!’ Admitted Nigel Uttley. Sure enough I was impressed with his relaxed practice swing as he went through his pre shot routine. Unfortunately when he did tee off his swing also reminded me of chocolate. A Crunchy.

Ryan Giggs lives in his mansion alongside the Worsley 6th hole and it is well set back amid some huge oak and beech trees so he rarely sees any golfers. That is until Mark Hunter hit his vicious hook. He had a quick chat with the United legend who was pruning his roses before sensibly chipping his ball back on the fairway.

Nigel Hallows and his Turton team took 3rd place with 84 points after picking up just two points on the final hole! They still had a great day.

As you know I am extremely proud of my players behaviour and conduct on the golf course each week. Once again lovely Shannon and Laura behind the Worsley golf Club bar repeatedly told me what a lovely group we were. Unfortunately there have been reports coming back this week from a 5 star hotel in Turkey about a certain player by the name of ‘Graham Jackson.’ He was seen leading the way in a conga style dance around The Cornelia Diamond hotel. The ‘dance’ ended up in a broom cupboard. To make matters worse he was wearing a Maxitours shirt at the time!
Graham finished in second place today after a solid performance and he celebrated with a couple of San Miguels. His team of JIm Kenyon(14), Neil Topping(8) and Darryl Parker(14) had to restrain him after they sensed another Conga coming on.

Wrexham’s Dave Cooper(16) Nigel Ashton(123) Ben Kinsey(5) and Mike Lowe(9) took first place with a superb 87 points on the tough Worsley course. Big hitting Ben Kinsey was the main man with five birdies as he found his putting touch on the Worsley greens. Even Nigel Ashton contributed with a valuable birdie on the risk reward 17th hole.

Well played chaps great golf. Thanks to all players for your 100% attendance. Incredible.
Tim

Nearest the Pin 16th in 2 shots Chris Smith Dozen AD333
Nearest the Pin 18th Richard Taylor Carr Dozen Ad333
Hole in one Chris Percy- 8th hole Dozen AD333s
2’s sweep £140 4 pro V1 or 9 srixons
Graham Jackson Adam Princep x2 Dave Rogerson Graham Pike (17th hole eagle) Martin France Brian Greenbank Chris Brown Paul Hammond

Worsley 23-May-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Dave Cooper, Nigel Ashton, Ben Kinsey, Mike Lowe 87 12 Cutter and Buck waterproof top
2 Graham Jackson, Jim Kenyon, Neil Topping, Darryl Parker 85 10 Dozen Titleist pro V1 each
3 Nigel Hallows, Ben Crompton, John Hilton, David Coffey 84 8 Dozen Taylor Made TP 5 balls
4 Ian Walters, Chris Heyes, Mike Wilkinson, Duncan Cocker 83 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Darren Booth, Mark Timperley, Tony McNamara, Stuart Bowen 83 4 Callaway shirt each
6 Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Phil Hanson, Andy Faulkner 83 2 Maxitours cap each
7= Alan Burton, Norman Humphries, Chris Smith, Mick Philbin 82
7= Roy Ainsworth, Adam Princep, Mike Verdon, John Morgan 82
7= Adrian Waring, Dave Stewardson, Joe Shelley, Dave Rogerson 82
10 John Farrell, Mike McCurdy, Mark Hinds, Terry Mod 80
11= Bob Eastwood, Mike Lamb, Ashley Elliott, Mark Clewley 78
11= Dave Mason, Dave Marchant, Matt Coe, Chris Percy 78
11= Bev Crute, Dave Shelmerdine, Graham Pike, Geoff Bloom 78
11= Ed Wilkinson, Roger Percival, Martin France, Pete Atherton 78
11= Dave Blease, Hugh Mulholland, Rob Whittle, Dave Lowe 78
11= Barry Jackson, Chris Meiklehan, Dave Beavis, Bob Weir 78
17= Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Mike Spencer, Neil Worthington 77
17= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks, Gav Spencer 77
19= Simon Poucher, Vic Neilson, Mark Tully, Neil Simpson 76
19= John Dickenson, Pete Moss, Amanda Moss, John Hunt 76
21 Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright, Mike Wainwright, Guy Levers 75
22 Dave Stanhope, Tom Jarvis, Giles Terry, Phil Smeathers 72
23= Paul Gilbert, Chris Brown, Kevin Gerald, Matt Nelstrop 70
23= Ian Hellens, Paul Hammond, Brian Yardley, Rich Greenall 70
25 Peter Maher, Charles Beadle, Russell Humphries, Chris Judge 68
26 Dave Bentley, Nigel Uttley, Trevor Nicholson, Richard T-Carr 60

Romiley AM AM start sheet Tuesday 4th June
9.45 David Kelly x4
9.54 Simon Hemsley x4
10.03Colin Roberts x4
10.12 Jim Caldwell x4
10.21 Jim Clarke x4
10.30 Jack Coleman x4
10.39 Mick Mahon x4
10.45 Neale Laureent x4
10.54 Paul Evans x4
11.03 Brian Greenbank x4
11.12 Roger Percival x4
11.21 Ian Walters x4
11.30 Peter Maher x4
11.39 Mike George x4
11.48 Les Russon x4
11.57 Pete Dobson x4
12.06 Nigel Hallows x4
12.15 Simon Poucher x4
12.24 Ian Hellens x4
12.33 Sam Leach x4
12.42 Olivier Troalen x4
12.51
1.00 Jon Hudson x4
1.09 Neil Edwards x4
1.18 Neil Edwards x4
1.27 Dave Sully x4
1.36 Paul Fell x4
1.45 Pete Booth x4
1.54 Brian Hopkins x4
2.03
2.12Richard Blackwell x4
2.21 Joe Yates x4
2.30
2.39 Lee Tilley x4
2.48 Dave Goodwin x4
2.57

Results from brilliant Bramall Park

*Room for 1.2 players with nice man John Dickenson or room for teams of 4 players at lovely Worsley on Thursday THIS WEEK

Maxitours at Brilliant Bramall Park

Bramall Park was the stunning venue for the latest Maxitours event.
Over the last four years we have visited this gem and every year the Golf Course and Clubhouse just keep getting better and better. This forward-thinking club has invested wisely and the members are really reaping the rewards.
‘It was like Augusta out there!’. Reported over-enthusiastic Dave Mason. ‘ I got my camera out and started taking pictures at one point.’
‘I just can’t fault it.’ Praised Richard Palmer
‘Top drawer!’ Tony Jennison.
Steve the new bar Manager is right on the money and the quality of food and service was excellent throughout the day. He kindly opened the half-way house to give us some special treatment. Bramall Park is really looking after it’s clients. Keep up the excellent work. As always a big thanks to their superb pro Craig Daggitt for his help.

Dave Westwood always has a medical excuse or some other very good reason for playing badly each week and he had a new one today. When he checked in I asked him if he had any ailments or problems to contend with this week?
He looked out of the window at the stunningly lush Bramall park course ‘I am allergic to the colour green.’

Keith Rigby is always honest about his golf and I asked him how he had played when he gave me the scorecard after his round.
‘Like a drone’ said the depressed Lancastrian.
I’m not sure what sort of drone he meant but looking at his card all three definitions in the Oxford dictionary described his performance:
‘Stingless animal, which performs no work and produces absolutely nothing ‘
‘A talentless idle person who lives off others.’
‘A Machine with no pilot on board. ‘

Four hour rounds were the order of the day once again for my players- brilliant. I think the new rules have helped speed of play a little but many thanks to everyone for their speedy golf which ensures a great day for all.

Even though the sun was shining there was a big black cloud following Mike Benson who shanked his way around the Bramall Park course today. A little rainbow appeared on the 15th hole when he finally found the centre of his clubface and popped his 5 iron to three inches to astound his team mates and win nearest the pin.

When Jonny Barton checked in, he looked through the huge patio windows at the stunning golf course. ‘I’ve not played here before so which hole is that one with the flag we can see? ‘
‘That is the 9th green.’
‘The way I’m playing at the moment you might see me waving that white flag after nine holes!’ Sure enough the team could only manage 36 points as they reached the turn in last place. Jonny was happily flapping the flag.

Well liked Lewis Marland hit the shot of the day to nearly eagle the same ninth hole and that really helped his team to take 6th place.

Rob Kenyons team had a great score but they hit the wall on the 17th hole when they could only pick up three points. He followed it up an hour later by hitting the patio doors in the Clubhouse as he walked straight into them carrying his third pint of Lager as he tried to drown his sorrows.
The team of Rob Kenyon(15) Dave Fidler(9) and Gav Spencer(16) had to settle for 3rd place.

The Prestbury Captain Steve Hall(17) and his team took 2nd place with 84 points. Chris Adams(12) Mike Clewley(16) and Paul Allen(9) know a well presented course when they see one and they really rated Bramall Park today.
Bramall member Ian Fensom(16), Swinton Park legend Pete O’Neill (2), Kev Hart(10) and Paul Yearsley (10) took 1st place today. Pete O’Neill last won eight years ago and he didn’t fancy his chances much with today’s team either. A great team performance saw them secure the win. Even Kev Hart came in with a net birdie at the last. Well played chaps great performance!

Thanks for your support and integrity
Tim
2’s £155 4 pro v1s or 10 srixon AD333 Pete O,Neill Chris Adams Phil Dickens Adam Princep Bob Sutton(yes this is not a miss print) Bob Chesters Andy Taylor Barney Ross Dean Jagger Olivier Troalen

Nearest the Pin 4th hole Gary Neiles Dozen AD333
Nearest the pin 15th hole Mike Benson Dozen AD333

Bramall Park 21-May-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Kev Hart, Phil Yearsley, Pete O.Neill, Ian Fenson 85 12 Cutter & Buck waterproof top each
2 Steve Hall, Chris Adams, Mike Clewley, Paul Allen 84 10 Dozen Taylor Made TP balls
3 Rob Kenyon, Les Russon, David Fidler, Gav Spencer 83 8 Maxitours shirt each
4 Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, John Hilton, Steve Austin 83 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Paul Bayley, Barney Ross , John Henshall, John Kirk 83 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Lewis Marland, Nick Ford, Phil Dickens, Kev Seaton 81 2 Maxitours cap each
7 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, Jim Kenyon 81
8 Keith Workman, Stuart Hardy, Keith Graves, Stan Marrs 80
9= John Dickenson, Craig Dickenson, Jim McDougall, an other 79
9= Roy Ainsworth, Malc Thornily, Mike Verdon, Adam Princep 79
9= Paul Fell, Ben Kinsey, Nigel Ashton, Mike Lowe 79
9= Gary Neiles, John Longworth, Alan Forber, Joe Yates 79
13 Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Joe Kirwan, Peter Maher 77
14 Simon Taylor, Colin Armstrong, Mike Savage, Keth Rigby 76
15= David Kelly, Bob Sutton, John Atkin, Dave Harlow 75
15= Paul Rudkin, Craig Gorton, Austin Thorpe, Chris Wrighton 75
15= Steve Lamont, Mike Benson, Pete Gold, Bob Day 75
18 Dean Jagger, Pete Norbury, Rob Norbury, Andy Wilde 74
19= Tony Grinnell, John Berry, David Dean, Chris O’Regan 73
19= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 73
21= Sam Leach, Bob Chesters, Jim Hodges, Johnny Barton 72
21= Andrew Hill, Stuart Drummond, Harry Davies, Ivor Ward 72
21= Olivier Troalen, Louis Troalen, Ben Aardevark, Andy Jones 72
24 Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Dave Marchant, Alan Turner 69
25 Dave Stanhope, Les Penson, Steve Fletcher, Jim Wardle 68
26 Andy Taylor, Mike Eardley, Shay Daly, Brian Barker 67

Worsley start times – THIS 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 Mick Mahon x4
11.03 Bev Crute x4
11.12 Dave Stanhope x4
11.20 Paul Fell 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
12.42 Adrian Waring x4
12.51 John Farrell x4
1.00 John Dickenson x2 2 PLAYERS REQUIRED
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.

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

Results from stunning Vale Royal

*Room for 2 teams has just come free in the Welsh Classic 10th and 11th June- at Conwy and North Wales!*
Room at Pleasington for 1,2 or 4 players next Thursday- Open Qualifying course
Space at Bramall Park 21st and also Worsley 23rd May

Spaces in Knutsford ‘East Cheshire Hospice’ Charity Golf Day Thursday 13th June please contact Letty Whitehead if you wish to play in this fine event for a great cause 07989 748995

Maxitours at Superb Vale Royal

Maxitours visited stunning Vale Royal in the heart of Cheshire for today’s event.

The course is a firm favourite with my players and once again Vale Royal didn’t disappoint. A superb Clubhouse and beautifully presented course greeted the competitors.

It was also great to see the Captain of Vale Royal down at the Club welcoming our players – he is a class act- Thank you.

The report is shorter than usual as I promised to watch my son in a cup match tonight!

There was a huge localised hail storm at twelve o’clock which flooded the ninth and tenth greens. Incredibly Simon Pouchers group on the far side of the course only got a gentle dusting of small hails stones when the holes near the clubhouse were underwater for twenty minutes. Fortunately the weather was glorious before and after the downpour and the day was still a huge success.

Simon Hemsley checked in and announced he had a new player with him, Simon Allport. The name rang a bell with me ‘Is he a plumber from Macclesfield? I asked. ‘I actually need a plumber at the moment.’
‘No he’s a hugely successful multimillionaire strategic financial planner ’ Replied SIimon.
‘Oh right, do you know if he is any good with a plunger?’

Knutsfords Dave Stanhope is focussing well on his target at the moment when he plays his shots rather than choosing one of 57 different methods to take the Club away. This is producing some fine golf from this lovely man. Despite having Phil Smeathers, Giles Terry and Tom Jarvis in his team he managed to finish in 6th position.

Rob Kenyons’ Bramall team were 5th and Rob Platt from Silkstone always come over the hills to play the gem that is Vale Royal and his Barnsley men were delighted to take 4th spot.

Andy Buckley and Craig Schietaert played in their first Maxitours today and I teamed them up with regular players Dave Cooper and Dave Okell. The quartet debutised with an excellent 86 points and third place.

The Hale team of Brian Greenbank, Dave and Mike Wainwright and Guy Levers play most weeks and for the last three years they have been hopeless. Something clicked a month ago and they have had three podium finishes. Today they took 2nd place and for Liverpool fan Greenbank this topped one of the best weeks of his life. Unfortunately, it is all going to go pear shaped when Liverpool lose the title on Sunday.

Taking the honours was Paul Fells(6) Carden Park team who between them recorded five two’s. Colin Bryan(10)Ian Venables(13) and Carl James(10) all contributed well, Congratulations chaps very well played!

Thanks to all players for your support and speedy golf, brilliant.

Tim

Nearest the Pin 10th Hole Mike Webb Doz AD333
Nearest the Pin 16th Hole Colin Berry Doz AD333
(Tornado pilot Dave Sully recorded two twos as did Ian Gillot, Paul Fell and Colin Bryan which was excellent considering there are only three short holes at vale royal.)

2’s £230 4 prov1 or 9 srixon Ad333 per two
Jim Caldwell Ian Gillot x2 Graeme Grieve John Pratt Richard Palmer Dave Sully x2 Paul Fell x2 Colin Bryan x2 Carl James Ian Walters Chris Heyes Graham Pike David Okell Barry Jackson

Vale Royal 10-May2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Ian Venables, Carl James 89 Cutter and Buck waterproof top
2 Mike Wainwright, Dave Wainwright, Guy Levers, Brian Greenbank 88 Maxitours FJ shirt
3 Andy Buckley, Dave Cooper, David Okell, Craig Schietaert 86 Dozen Taylor Made TP balls
4 Rob Platt, Steve Morfitt, Carl Mollart, Ian Gillot 85 Callaway shirt each
5 Rob Kenyon, Neil Lingwood, Steve Merricks, Gav Spencer 84 Callaway shirt each
6= Dave Stanhope, Tom Jarvis, Giles Terry, Phil Smeathers 83 Maxitours cap each
6= Frank Massey, Geoff Burgess, Dave Torkington, Geoff Parks 83 Maxitours towel each
8= Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, Jim Kenyon 82
8= Ed Wilkinson, Pete Atherton, David Silcott, Roger Percival 82
8= Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, John Hilton, Chris 82
11= Matt Roe, Mike Webb, Dave Marchant, Dave Mason 81
11= Simon Poucher, Brendan Leighton, Chris Diggle, Paul Tovee 81
11= Ian Walters, Chris Heyes, Dave Stewardson, Mike Wilkinson 81
14= Ed Pysden, Simon Moorhouse, Graeme Grieve, Fred Bridge 80
14= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 80
14= Brian Hopkins, Gary Bresnahan, Darren Whittaker, George Bresnahan 80
14= John Safill, Chris Sharpe, Mark Willcockson, Neil Millar 80
18= Steve Aspinall, Colin Berry, Alan Hoy, Graham Wilkinson 79
18= Dave Sully, Ian Appleton, Steve Heywood, Denis Boud 79
18= Gary Neiles, John Longworth, Alan Forber, Joe Yates 79
18= Richard Williamson, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson, Dave Goodwin 79
18= Simon Ashton, Rick Booth, Mick Jones, 79
23= John Hilditch, Helen Featherstone, John Pratt, Simon Walton 78
23= Gerry Salmon, Steve Broome, Phil Lockett, Chris Evans 78
25= Peter Maher, Charles Beadle, Gerry John, Martin Higgins 77
25= Tim Bessant, Paul Barlow, Dave Doe, Will Kelly 77
27= Eugenio Fernandez, John Fitzsimmons, John Linsky, Simon Wilkinson 76
27= Graham Pike, Jeremy Lawton, Mike Taylor, Nigel Davenport 76
29= Simon Hemsley, Mike Spencer, Joe Kirwan, Simon Allport 75
29= Dave Greenwood, Sarah Ormrod, Phil Gow, Chris Evans 75
31 Barry Jackson, Dave Beavis, Derek Fortune, 73
32 Ged Keary, Rob Harris, Paul Waring, Charlie Rooney 72

33rd John Atkin team 72pts
34th Bob Coley team 72 points
35th Jim Caldwell 71 pts
36th Pete Entwistle 70pts
37th Jack Coleman 65 pts