A good turnout for this fun competition saw some impressive scores with teams electing to go for the black flags despite their difficult positions. Some were impossible to lag the putt up to the hole – it had to go in or potentially end up further away than where you started. (There were some mutterings about windmills from the cheap seats!) The winners of Double trouble were John Pelham, Mel Harradine, Tim Wright and Graham Baldwin. They came in with a magnificent 148 points including 5 bonus points as John Pelham got the nearest the pin on the island hole on the 16th – indeed it is believed he was the only one to get on and stay on this tight little green. A good meal followed of either ham, egg and chips or sausage, egg and chips or those watching their waistline ham, salad and new potatoes.   Pictured is Rob presenting the prizes to Mel, John and Tim (Graham had orders from a higher authority and was no longer present)  

A good turnout for this fun competition saw some impressive scores with teams electing to go for the black flags despite their difficult positions. Some were impossible to lag the putt up to the hole – it had to go in or potentially end up further away than where you started. (There were some mutterings about windmills from the cheap seats!)

The winners of Double trouble were John Pelham, Mel Harradine, Tim Wright and Graham Baldwin.

They came in with a magnificent 148 points including 5 bonus points as John Pelham got the nearest the pin on the island hole on the 16th – indeed it is believed he was the only one to get on and stay on this tight little green.

A good meal followed of either ham, egg and chips or sausage, egg and chips or those watching their waistline ham, salad and new potatoes.

 

Pictured is Rob presenting the prizes to Mel, John and Tim (Graham had orders from a higher authority and was no longer present)

 

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