19th Hole Golf Society, 31/03
Thursday 31st March found the 19th Hole Golf Society playing a very complicated Dog +Bone competition at Aguilon Golf Resort. With a wind gusting from a gentle breeze to a howling gale, conditions were difficult. Brian (Dee) Lowden’s team consisting of Chrissie Dow, Mike Palmer and Mick Craswell overcame the wind and the complexities of scoring, romping home with 84 points winning both the enormous cash prize and the Kalevala Bar sponsored Tapas and Drinks prize. Brian also scored 41 points on his jolly jaunt around the course.
Bob Tagg·s team of merry walkers Nekana Galindez, Bernie Obrien and Paco Ocaña Grajal were second with a sterling 79 points.
Shot of the day was by that young athlete Sharon Stevens scoring a really impressive Eagle on the par 4 -275 metre 4th hole hitting the flag with her drive and holing the 2 foot putt. Our other youngster Nigel Greenwood had another rewarding day taking two Nearest the Pins and a Two as well as leading his team to 3rd place
The Kalevala Bar Sponsored Dog and Bone Competition
1st Brian Lowden, Chrissie Dow, Mike Palmer and Mick Craswell 84 points
2nd Bob Tagg, Bernie Obrien, Nekana Galindez and Paco Ocaña Grajal 79 points
3rd Nigel greenwood, Pat O Dwyer, Steve Tucker and Geoff Smith 76 points
Nearest the Pins
3rd Geoff Smith
8th Zeta Denyer
12th Peter Death
14th Bob Tagg
15th ( in Two) Nigel Greenwood
17th Nigel Greenwood
Twos and better
4th Eagle. Sharon Stevens
12th Tony Mackay
17th Nigel Greenwood, Mike Esposito and Bob Tagg
Good days golf completed by complementary paella back at the Kalevala Bar.
The 19th Hole Golf Society arranges weekly games around the area playing Aguilon every other week. For more information ring 610340653 or email email@example.com