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 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.
 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.
 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.
 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.
 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.
 Major wins for Pam and Daniel Last of the Ramsey ‘majors’, after a bit of rearranging, neatly fitted into the weekend with both men and women competing for their respective Millennium Trophy kindly sponsored by A Top Plastering company, Ian Craine. Curiously, the competitions are stableford for men and medal for women. With the recent exceptionally wet weather in mind it was pleasing to get a sunny day to play some golf. Pauline Kennish tied on 84 along with Jill Holmes, Aida Hanna and Val Cook with Wendy Hogan, Gill Cunningham, Tilly Davies and Joy Platt just one shot ahead and all getting a top 10 finish. A par on the last secured a fifth place for Ruth Murdoch on 81. The in-form Barbara Monk struggled on the opening nine however managed to return home in 38 after a birdie on 16 and a par finish on 17 and 18 for fourth place. The very steady Diana Cowley continued her consistent form, a 74 was enough for third place just losing out to Joy Morris. Joy’s back nine of 40 was sound enough to take second on countback but bogeys on the last two holes cost her first place. Pam Teasdale won the day, playing the par threes to perfection and a 73 resulted in smiles all the way for Pam. Only 10 of the men managed to break par with Tony Scambler and Bob Arneil comfortable on 36 points. Dave Heesom was motoring along very well after birdies on the fourth and sixth, successive bogeys from 15th through to the 17th probably cost him a win. His 38 points was a popular score with five tied, all losing out on the prizes. Stu Douglas looked right in the groove after a front 9 of 36 but could not quite keep up the momentum. Robbie Moore failed to score on the first and did well to catch up, the early disaster proved costly though. Tony Kennish liked the par threes and birdies on the third and 17th put him in contention but problems on the 11th and a bogey on 15 and 16 meant he had to settle for 5th place. Martin Webb was fourth, going well with a birdie on the 13th but shots were lost on the 16th and 17th. Ian Craine managed to emerge from the 38 point group with a nice birdie two on the last for third place. John Ball took second after a birdie on the 11th but after a slight wobble on 15 and 16 engineered pars on the last two holes and was in sight of the winner. The Millennium Trophy for 2020 went to Daniel Arneil after shooting a sublime gross 70 shots and 41 points. Birdies on the second and ninth for a front nine of 34 laid the foundation. With just one bogey on the back nine Daniel’s steady round was the deserved winner on the day.