Maxitours at Amazing Astbury

Maxitours at amazing Astbury

Astbury Golf Club looks set to be a firm Maxitours favourite after so many players expressed their pleasure visiting this superb Cheshire course for the very first time. Even likeable Saddleworth millionaire Dave Sarsfield was in a good mood after his match:

‘I loved that course!’ He declared. ‘I can’t wait to play it again.’

For late October the course was excellent. Three separate players told me that the bunkers filled with stunning white sand were the finest they had ever seen on any inland golf course.

The catering staff and the food were also brilliant. The whole Club has a very nice feeling about it and seems like a very happy place to play your golf. Next years’ event is already booked.

It was lovely to get a text from Jim Caldwell: ‘Thanks for today Tim, we really enjoyed Astbury. Excellent course and the staff were very pleasant and served great food’.

Lee Tilley is a very successful businessman. I’m not sure how. I told him that I went in the ballot for a round at St Andrews when I visited Scotland last week but I wasn’t successful.

‘That ballot is a bit of a lottery.’ He informed me. Thanks for that information Lee. Brilliant.

The back nine holes were the Achilles heel for many teams. Martin Williams and his men were set for a record Maxitours total after 48 points on the front nine before Mike Kulik reminded his team how well they were doing. Fatal mistake. The team limped home in 32 points for a mid table finish.

Jim Clarkes team were also flying on their front nine as they went out in 46 points before wobbling like an MFI wardrobe and coming home in 35 points.

Graham Pike struggled to get the ball in the hole with his putter today, he also struggled to get out of the clubhouse, spending a couple of minutes pushing and shoving the door and looking for release button before a little old lady member gently pulled the door open for him.

In the main event Ashton on Merseys Neil Edwards team scored 84 points to take 4th place.

Birchwoods Simon Wilkinson and his men finished 3rd on 85 points.

Antrobus Steward Dave Buckley(12) is on a sponsored diet but he ate up the first hole today to start his team off on the right foot with a birdie, they had 45 points on the front nine before hanging on well and returning in 41 on the tougher closing half to take 2nd. Dave Carter(4), Mike Yearsley(10) and Billy McAffey(12) were the other top performing team members.

Winning was the popular retired Colin Roberts and his veteran Alsager team who were inspired by the beautiful Autumnal leaves. They played some colourful golf to post a terrific score of 87 points early in the day. Dave Marchant(16), retired Doctor Andy Williamson(11) and Nigel Armitage(14) all contributed well. Congratulations guys.

Thank to everyone for your 100% attendance. Tim.

Nearest the pin 11th Jimmy McEwan Dozen AD333

Nearest the pin 15th Mike Lamb Dozen AD333

2’s sweep £205 9 pro v1s or 20 srixon AD333s

Graham Jackson John Mather Bob Eastwood Mike Lamb Billy McCaffey Jimmy McEwan Dave Roberts

Astbury 27-Oct-2022
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Andy Williamson, Nigel Armitage 87 Maxitours FJ Chill out
2 Dave Buckley, Mike Yearsley, Billy McAffey, Dave Carter 86 Dozen Wilson tour balls
3 Simon Wilkinson, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, 85 Callaway shirt each
4 Neil Edwards , John Harker, Jimmy McEwan, Chris Bland 84 Callaway shirt each
5 Mark Foley, Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Karl Marginson 83 Maxitours cap each
6 Neil Pemberton, Paul Salt, Martin Pugh, John Bradbury 82 Maxitours cap each
7= Ed Pysden, Henry Petrie, Mike Murphy, Fred Bridge 81
7= Jim Clarke, Chris Clarke, Graham Jackson, PeteLedger 81
7= Bob Eastwood, Mike Lamb, Curtis Jones, Simon Corner 81
10= Lee Tilley, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 80
10= Jim Caldwell, Andrew Aherne, Don Bailey, Simon Maxwell 80
10= Martin Williams, Martin Bray, Mike Kulik, John Tomlinson 80
13= Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Ian King, Joe Kirwan 79
13= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 79
13= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Ken Clarke, Simon Burgess 79
13= John Newton, Dave Roberts, Daryl Codling, Phil Young 79
17 Richard Williamson, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson, Andy Buckley 78
18= Martin Prescott, Warrick Dawson, Geoff Bickerton, Kevin Harling 77
18= Ian Cole, Dave Ashworth, Dan Moss, Mick Jones 77
18= Jonny Lord, Trevor Roberts, Mark Browne, David Linton 77
21= John Harrop, Gareth Winston, Chris Burnett, Alf Shillitoe 76
21= Martin Humphries, Adrian Brown, Paul Webb, Keith Shale 76
21= Sam Leach, Chris Walley, John Mather, Jim Hodges 76
21= Roy Ainsworth, Ian Hebenton, Mike Verdon, Peter McElkerney 76
25 David Kelly, Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall, Jonny Reeve 75
26= Barrie Simpson, Koos Alders, Marc Morris, Martin Cox 74
26= Andrew Cox, John Cox, Tim Spencer, Phil Young 74
26= Nathan Mills, John Barnes, Stuart Muller, James Mooney 74
29 Graham Pike, Rick Sym, Nigel Eckersley, Ian Ritchie 73
30 Bob Harris, Bob King, Bob Bolton, Steve Ross 72
31 Cas Vernon, Tony Evans, Alan Reid, Stuart Hibbert 71

Formby Hall start sheet

9.06 Simon Hemsley x4

9.14 Colin Roberts x4

9.23 Jim Caldwell x4

9.31 Dave Blood x4

9.40 Jim Clarke x4

9.49 Paul Fell x4

9.57 Martin Humphries x4

10.06 Steve Aspinall x4

10.14 Mick Mahon x4

10.23 Dave Sully x4

10.32 Bob Eastwood x4

10.41 Dave Griffiths x4

10.49 Kev Hart x4

10.57 Gary Neiles x4

11.06 Neale Laurent x4

11.15 Paul Salt x4

11.24 Dave Monk x4

11.33 Richard Blackwellx4

11.41 Lee Tilley x4

11.49 Tom Roe x4


Results from lovely Lymm

*Room for 1 team at Astbury this Thursday*

Maxitours from lovely Lymm !!!

A big thank you again to my PGA friend Matt Turnock for running today’s event and sending the report whilst I enjoyed a relaxing golfing break at Dornoch with my lovely wife Suzy.

The weather was excellent for the day and the course was beginning to look autumnal with the greenkeeping staff working hard to keep the leaves off the fairways. The greens were back to their very best.

Many thanks also to Lymm’s catering staff who sold a record number of bacon and sausage baps to the ravenous Maxitours players some of whom could give piranhas a run for their money.
A big thank you to Colin Roberts for his kind donation of the Gordon Banks signed picture (raised £215) towards funds for the three worthy charities today of The Christie, UNICEF and The MS Society.
We have raised in excess of £2200 which is terrific.- Thanks so much to everyone.
Today’s results were as follows:
NP 13th – Martin Humphries – Gordon Banks framed signed picture
2’s £225.00 = 3 x Wilson Staff Tour Balls per 2
Peter Griggs, Paul Bell, Chris Perry x 2, John Moseley x 2, Neale Laurent, Martin Humphries, Mick Wain, Chris Gregory, Steve Mines, Kev Hart x 2, Paul Yearsley, Sam Garnett, James Shipston, Alison Shipston, Lee Tilley, Roger Percival, Josh Forster, Kenny Plumb x 2, Craig Stubbs x 2, Barry Wilson

Lymm 25th October 2022 Score OOM
Lee Tilley Peter Norbury Dave Rhodes Dave Sarsfield 91 Maxitours FJ Chill out top each 12
Gary Owen Josh Forster Paul Forster Keith Haddock 89 Dozen Wilson Tour balls each 10
Jim Caldwell Bob Pickthall Peter Griggs Dan McIntyre 87 Wilson Shoe Bag each 8
Ged Roylance Steve Ward Dave Howell Steve Mines 86 on cpo Wilson Glove each 6
Rob Kenyon Hugh Bilby Mike Priestley Dave Williams 86 on cpo Wilson Cap each 4
Paul Salt George Kerr Peter Smith Chris Chidley 86 on cpo 2
Neale Laurent Mike Schofieled Gary Berrisford Sally Lester 86
Kenny Plumb Philip Harris Craig Stubbs Ben Davis 85
Gary Neiles Bill Telford John Longworth Paul Hurst 85
John Hunt Dave Linton Alison Shipston James Shipston 85
Kev Hart Paul Yearsley Alan Vaughn Sam Garnett 84
Graham Davenport Ian Appleton Steve Heywood Denis Boud 84
Les Evans Ron Parry Bert Carter John Moseley 82
Andy Taylor Steve Emmett Andy Parrington Chris Perry 82
Steve Aspinall Colin Berry John Fitzsimmons Alan Simpson 81
Roger Percival Ed Wilkinson Martin France Peter Atherton 80
Gary Smith John Hilton Nigel Hallows Richard Blackwell 79
Mick Mahon Dave Westwood John Farnsworth Richard Palmer 79
Kevin Harling Warrick Dawson Geoff Bickerton Martin Prescott 78
Paul Bell Colin Bryant Nigel Ashton Mike Lowe 78
Tim Spencer Paul Higgs Barry Pendlebury Mark Saxon 77
Christy Beakey Mick Wain Chris Gregory John Oldfield 77
Martin Humphries Paul Webb Keith Shale Dave Cooper 76
Barry Jackson Derek Fortune Chris Meikleham Steve Tate 75
Steve Howard Dave McDougal Mike Dempsey Peter Newey 75
Colin Roberts Dave Marchant Andy Williamson Dave Mason 75
Dave Goodwin Dave Snape Dave Greenwood Andrew Buckley 74
Nigel Davenport Alan Tranter Neil Ritchie Chris Gray 72
John Lynsky Barry Wilson Peter Abbott Simon Wilkinson 72
Phil Young Andy Bratsonos Tony Ainsworth Chris Davis 67

This Thursdays Astbury start sheet (27th Oct)

9.00 Simon Hemsley x4
9.09 Colin Roberts x4
9.18 Jim Caldwell x4
9.26 Ed Pysden x4
9.35 Dave Goodwin x4.
9.43 Barrie Simpson x4
9.52 Lee Tilley x4
10.00 Paul Fell x4
10.09 Martin Humphries x4
10.17 Neil Laurent x4
10.26 Paul Evans x4
10.34 Jim Clarke x4
10.43Andrew Cox x4
10.52 Martin Williams x4
11.01 Geoff Bickerton x4
11.10 Mick Mahon x4
11.19 Sam Leach x4
11.29 Graham Pike x4
11.38 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.46 Bob Eastwood x4
12.04 Kev Hart x4
12.13Jimmy McEwan x4
12.22 Gary Phillips x4
12.31 Dave Buckley x4
12.40 Rob Harris x4
12.49 Ian Hellens x4
12.57 Les Russon x4
1.05 Nathan Mills x4
1.13 Dave Monk x4
1.22 Simon Ashton x4
1.30 John Newton x3 Jonny Lord x1
1.38 John Newton x4

Maxitours at superb Stockport

Room at Lymm for the Charity day on Tuesday.
Maxitours at superb Stockport

Stockport was in stunning condition for todays Maxitours event. As a young assistant professional we always arranged a day out each year at Stockport as I loved the course, the reports from my players were so good today I must try and arrange a game very soon.

The catering continues to be the finest of any Club in Cheshire and Jackie and Rob were brilliant with my guys today. Thank you very much.

The greens were the fastest we had played on all year and this combined the strongest winds all season combined to provide a high quality tough test of golf.

Dave Needham turned up and asked me if he could play in today’s event with a new golf ball which has a tracking device in it, it also flashes and makes a bleep so it can’t possibly be lost.
‘Did you buy it on the internet?’ I asked
‘No I found it.’

Scoring was tight on this stunning course. The best scores were early in the day before the drying wind made the course play like the last day of the US Open.
Dukinfields’ Neale Laurent took 3rd place after a hard-fought card play-off but it was ‘Lucky’ Senior British ladies champion Cath Rawthore(scr) and her less talented Sale team that took 2nd place after a strong back six holes. Moby Rawthore(1), Neil Griffiths(11) and Steve Best(2) completed the quartet.

Winning today were the Hazel Grove Golf Club four of Lee Everett(10), Sam Everett(8), Mark Cookson(6) and Oliver Robinson(2). They used their local knowledge after travelling just a mile or so down the A6 to take first place with just 83 points. They were shocked and delighted to win with such a low score. Well played guys!
Thanks to everyone for your support, Tim

Nearest the pin 16th Mark Pretty Dozen AD333
Nearest the pin in 2 on the 18th Tom Gradwell Dozen AD333

2’s £230 9 pro v1s or 21 srixon AD333
Richard Johnson Paul Yearsley Sam Garnett Les Evans Paul Tierney Cath Rawthore Tom Gradwell Al Parker

Stockport 17th Nov
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Lee Everett, Sam Everett, Mark Cookson, Oliver Robinson 83 12 Maxitours FJ Chill out top
2 Cath Rawthore, Moby Rawthore, Neil Griffiths, Steve Best 82 10 Dozen TP5 balls each
3 Neale Laurent, Jack Schofield, Michael Schofield, Darren Burgess 82 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Andy Corner, Jon Hudson, Mike Hill, Mark Pretty 82 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Ken Harvey, Paul Teirney, Al Parker, Martin Mulrooney 82 4 Callaway shirt each
6 Les Evans, Ron Parry, Neil Jackson, Staurt McIntyre 81 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7= CJ, Ian Goulty, Andy Veitch, Chris Adams 81
7= Paul Fell, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan 81
7= Gary Owen, Alistair Holloway, Steve Yeadon, Anthony Kenny 81
7= Graham Davenport, Chris Lee, Richard Wakefield, Denis Boud 81
11 Steve Woods, Jason Atherton, Matty Waterworth, Paul Barton 80
12 Peter McElkerney, Keith Berry, Keith Swindell, Alan Owen 79
13= Mick Mahon, Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 78
13= Dave Buckley, Ian Sinclair, Lester Jackson, Jim Spears 78
13= Norrie Irwan, Les Penson , Phil Harris, John Bradbury 78
13= Mark Hagarty, Glynn Evans, Graham Elliott, Simon Ledger 78
17 Simon Ashton, Mick Jones, Richard Booth, Dan Moss 77
18= Mike George, Stan Devlin, Mark Clare, Tim Tighe 76
18= Dave Goodwin , Dave Snape, Phil Robinson, Paul Price 76
18= Josh Brand , Roger Percival, Tim Blackshaw, Ed Wilkinson 76
18= Steve Rosier, Les Russon, Ken Clarke, Dave Fidler 76
22= Martin Prescott, Richard Johnson, Graham Keys, John Simons 75
22= Andrew Hill, Tom Gradwell, Steve Mobley, Dave Stewardson 75
24= Geoff Bickerton, John Hilditch, John Owen, Martin Keates 74
24= Pete Newey, Mike Dempsey, Jim Rymer, Hamish Ogilvie 74
24= Lee Tilley, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 74
27 Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Alan Vaughan, Sam Garnett 73
28 Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Dave Mason, 72
29 Ed Pysden, Henry Petrie, Simon Moorhouse, Fred Bridge 71
30 Simon Poucher, Di Stow, Brendan Lieghton, Jackie Richards 68
31 Gary Phillips, Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall, Pete Maher 63
32 Andy Taylor, Andy Parrington, Chris Perry, Steve Emmett 62

Maxitours at wonderful Reddish Vale

Room for 2 teams at terrific Stockport on Monday- let me know asap if you can play as these times will go!
Charity event at lovely Lymm Tuesday 25th October– all proceeds to charity £30 entry fee – course is excellent. Room for teams.

Maxitours at Reddish Vale

Reddish Vale is another Alaster Mackenzie master piece. Built in the shadows of industrial Stockport the course is a little wildlife hotspot with the beautiful river Tame meandering peacefully alongside the rolling fairways. It’s a great course.

The excellent drainage and greens which are consistently the best for miles around make this a tremendous Autumn venue. The green keeper should be very proud of himself.

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the challenge.

Highly rated Club pro Andy Myers and Secretary Alan made us feel very welcome and are both brilliant chaps and a real pleasure to deal with.

The registration was in the Reddish Vale dart room today. The more childish members of the tour couldn’t resist having a quick throw.
‘I used to be a terrific darts player.’ Paul Fell informed me. ‘I nearly qualified for the embassy world finals.’
He threw three darts. The first missed the board, the second weakly fell on the floor and the third scored a four.
I know that the older I get the better I used to be at golf. What I didn’t know is that the same could be said for darts.

Sam Leach’s team were frustrated as they couldn’t knock a putt in all day but things looked brighter when housewife favorite Jonny Barton surprised everyone and hit a tremendous three wood to within a foot on the twelfth hole. The team were happily dividing up the two”s sweep balls before Jonny hit a putt that never even touched the hole and the deep gloom descended once more.

Scoring at the top was incredibly tight once again. The battle for 5th saw three teams on 81 points – all coming home in 44 points and all needing to be separated on the best last 6 holes.

Top retired big business lawyer Ed Pysden is extremely well organized and gives me a piece of paper listing his players and their current handicaps each week. Today he gave me his wife’s shopping list by mistake. It didn’t stop him playing great golf as his team finished 6th.
Don’t forget the milk, Ed.

Garry Smiths team took 5th place after picking up 6 points on the 16th and 17th holes.

Second to fourth place was also separated on a card play-off with Pete Ledgers team taking silver after their excellent back nine. Paul Fells team took 3rd and my gently snoring room mate Tom Roe and his team finished 4th. Everyone scored an excellent 83 points.

Late in the day Bramhall’s Rob Kenyon(13), Simon Burgess(15), Steve Rosier (13)and Dave Fidler(6) scored 84 points to win by one. The likeable quartet played here in an open on Monday and loved it so much they played again today. Their practice round paid off and they were absolutely delighted to take first place.

Thanks to everyone for your support.

Teams are required for the charity day at Lymm on 25th October-it would be great if you could support this event.

Naerest the pin 9th hole Martin France Dozen AD333
Nearest the pin 12th hole Jonny Barton Dozen Ad 333

2’s sweep £175 4 pro V1s or 9 srixon AD333

Bob Pickthall Jerry Salmon Tom Butler Henry Petrie Keith Berry Martin Oldfield Richard Palmer Paul Fell Janet Heywood x2 Martin France Ed Wilkinson George Kerr

Reddish Vale 13th Oct
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Steve Rosier, Simon Burgess, Rob Kenyon, Dave Fidler 84 12 Under Armour windstopper
2 Jim Clarke, Dave Tobutt, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger 83 10 Dozen TP5 balls each
3 Paul Fell, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan 83 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Tom Roe, Moby Rawthore, Martin France, Ed Wilkinson 83 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Nigel Hallows, Garry Smith, John Hilton, Alan Starmer 81 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Ed Pysden, Henry Petrie, Simon Moorhouse, Fred Bridge 81 2 Maxitours cap each
7 Tom Butler, Tony Welburn, Eddie Sterling, Raymond Cornwall 81
8= Mick Mahon, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Dave Westwood 80
8= Bob Pickthall, Dave Thomas, Barry Wilson, Jerry Salmon 80
10 Andy Corner, Jon Hudson, Mike Hill, Mark Pretty 79
11 Gary Neiles, Richard Melrose, Henry Melrose, Phil Rolands 78
12= Steve Heywood, Janet Heywood, Graham Davenport, Richard Wakefield 77
12= Gary Leek, Steve Smith, Stuart Smith, Paul Leek 77
14= Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Ian King, Darren Whittaker 76
14= Peter McElkerney, Keith Berry, Keith Swindell, Alan Owen 76
14= Alan Vaughan, Dave Reynolds, Jim Smith, Barry Jackson 76
14= Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Alf Shillitoe, John Harrop 76
14= John Davies, Mark Foley, Karl Marginson, Pete Short 76
19 Dave Buckley, Dave Carter, Lester Jackson, Billy McAffrey 75
20= Martin Oldfield, Martin Bramwell, Ian Goulty, Glynn Isaacs 74
20= Paul Evans, Tony Evans, Dave Pearson, Martin Sands 74
20= Gary Phillips, Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall, Pete Maher 74
23 Simon Poucher, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 73
24 Paul Salt, Phil Harris, Martin Pugh, George Kerr 71
25= Andy Taylor, Andy Parrington, Chris Perry, Mike Eardley 70
25= Simon Lewis, Steve White, Geoff Bickerton, Phil Reynolds 70
27 Sam Leach, Jonny Barton, Chris Walley, Jim Hodges 68
28 Martin Humphries, Joyce Larkin, John Murphy, Keith Shale 67

Maxitours at lovely Llangollen

Great upcoming Maxitours events
Reddish Vale next Thursday -2 spaces
Stockport Mon 17th Oct -2 spaces
Lymm Charity event Tues 25th Oct (greens are now excellent)- 3 spaces.

Maxitours at lovely Llangollen

It was a day of two halves at stunning Llangollen today. The morning starters had a couple of hours heavy rain to contend with but those teeing of later enjoyed glorious autumn sunshine and receptive greens. If you had a bad score this afternoon there were no excuses.

Thank you for supporting the host clubhouse bar and caterer. The chef told me that he sold about thirty English breakfasts this morning. Chunky Gary Phillips enjoyed his breakfast so much he nearly supported him twice.

Jonny Barton is a really great bloke. He has one of those faces that just makes you smile. His only previous Maxitours mention was at Llangollen last year when the same wasp followed him for three holes. ‘It was attracted to me’. He reported afterwards.
Last week he won a prize for the very first time and he picked it up today. I have never seen a man look so happy. He was kissing it as he left the club house.
’I don’t even want to unwrap it’. He added.

There were about five seasons in one day in this lovely Welsh valley.
‘I really enjoyed that course, are you coming back?’ Asked Tim Potter.
‘Yes, we are back in April.’
‘What’s the weather like then?’ He asked.

Pete Waters isn’t as daft as he looks. He handed his card in with a below average 71 points.
‘That’s not in last place is it? He asked.
‘Brilliant! That’s the plan.’ And he walked away absolutely delighted. As long as his team doesn’t finish last they all celebrate with a beer.
Very good plan Pete.

Second place went to tough seventy-year old Dave Cooper and his local Welsh team with 83 points and they definitely played in the worst of the weather. His hardy team mates were Neil Tanner(10) Dave Reece(15) and Dave Kelly(10).

Gary Smith(7) and his team had gone for well over a year without a sniff of winning and then just like waiting for a bus -two come along at once. The popular team had the best of the weather but picking up an impressive 44 points on the back nine saw them home. I watched them play the classic Llangollen 18th hole and Smith narrowly missed out on nearest the pin, but coolly rolled in his birdie putt. Well played chaps. Great golf.

Thanks to everyone for your 100% support today. Everyone turned up despite a dodgy forecast. Class.
All the best,

Nearest the Pin 14th John Harrop Doz Srixon AD333
Nearest the pin 18th Ted Ellis Doz Srixon AD333
£225 -6 pro V1s or 14 srixon AD333
2’s Al Kenny, Neil Tanner, Josh Brand, Gaz Berrisford, John Harrop Steve Heywood x2 Ben Baldwin Graham Wilkinson Gary Smith Steve Howard

LLangollen 7th Oct
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jonathan Dean, Garry Smith, John Hilton, Richard Blackwell 85 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 Dave Cooper, Dave Reece, Neil Tanner, Dave Kelly 83 10 Dozen Taylor made TP5 each
3 Jimmy McEwan, Jason Atherton, Tim Potter, Dave Parry 81 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Jim Caldwell, Lee Charnley, Russekk Cash, John Kelsall 80 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Jim Clarke, Kevin McEvoy, Graham Jackson, Chris Clarke 80 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Paul Gilbert , Al Kenny, Ed Jenkins, Phil Long 79 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7 Roger Percival, Josh Brand, Pete Atherton, Ed Wilkinson 79
8= Simon Poucher, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 78
8= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Ben Baldwin, AN Other 78
8= Russ Sollitt, Rick Shaw, Mike Pigott, Richard Cooper 78
11= Neale Laurent, Rob Laurent, Garey Berrisford, John Harrop 76
11= Paul Fell, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan 76
11= George Kerr, Martin Pugh, John Bradbury, Phil Harris 76
14 Gary Phillips, Nick Parker, Pete Crosby, Pete Maher 75
15= Peter McElkerney, Keith Berry, Keith Swindell, Alan Owen 74
15= Steve Aspinall, Graham Wilkinson, Jerry Salmon, Ken Booth 74
15= Sam Leach, Jonny Barton, John Mather, Jim Hodges 74
15= Steve Heywood, John Nuttall, Janet Heywood, Denis Boud 74
15= Gary Neiles, Richard Melrose, Henry Melrose, Phil Rolands 74
15= Dave McDougall, Phil Woolam, Les Mercer, Keith Jones 74
21 John Hilditch, JP , Simon Walton, Paul Smith 73
22= John Lynsky, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, Simon Wilkinson 72
22= Les Russon, Simon Burgess, Rob Kenyon, Hugh Bilby 72
24= Jason Mather, Tony Hope, Adie Price, Ian Cooper 71
24= Pete Walters, Mario Capostagno, Andew Millington, Brendan Poynts 71
26= This team needs, Richard , Williamson, back. 70
26= John Hunt, Alison Shipstone, James Shipstone, James Brown 70
28= Jim Lindsay, Andy Stapley, Phil Pegum, Phil Young 69
28= Roy Ainsworth, Steve Collier, Mike Verdon, Dave Hanson 69