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 TOP MARKS FOR DARREN In-form boys take Am-Am The morning crew were set with a decision of to play or not to play as the wind made sure it was not always going to be easy to stand still out on the course. The brave or those who were avoiding other domestic tasks on a Sunday morning, chose to venture out and play on 18 holes that were otherwise in excellent condition. Added to the weather, the previous night’s full house at the club had seen a tremendous concert from Mike Jelski’s ‘Jester’s Dead’ and that together with the return of the football season, meant that one or two players were somewhat tired. The tough conditions meant that no-one broke par early doors with handicap management the name of the game. Daniel Arneil and David Kinrade, few shots to play with anyway, can be pleased with 72s, to tie sixth place. Daniel’s front 9 of 37, with birdies on the first and sixth was impressive. David chose to excel on the back 9 to match it, this despite dropping shots on the 14th and 16th. Mike MacDonald, always an expert in windy conditions, sailed in with 10 pars to just edge fifth place after a countback on 72. Tim Pressley brushed off any sense of Saturday night tiredness and 9 pars later, came in with a 71 to take fourth spot, although as an afternoon player he did have a lie in. Jim McDonagh, a brave morning player, took third place just playing steady golf. A few pars on the opening 9 had given him a solid foundation enabling the posting of a very acceptable 71 in dreadful conditions. Another success story, a player who braved the early windy tee times, was Chris Hinchliffe’s posting of an excellent back 9 of 39, birdies on the 12th and 16th and finishing off with pars on the last two to cap off an excellent round for a 71 and second place. Head boy on the day was teacher Darren Ideson, shooting a nett 70 with 11 pars and one birdie in a pleasingly steady round of golf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An excellent medal score no matter what the conditions were. Autumn in the calendar, so the Autumn AM-AM took place. Third place, the team of Sean Cunningham, Tony Scambler, David Platt and James Evans in with an 89. Second place was the very seasoned professional outfit of John Shields, Alan Cook, Ian Craine and Tony Grant. However, by far and away the outstanding performance of the day came from a team consisting of in-form players, Dave Heesom, Jim McDonagh, Bob Beattie and Paul Morris with a fabulous score of 95 and a great result.
 TOP MARKS FOR DARREN In-form boys take Am-Am The morning crew were set with a decision of to play or not to play as the wind made sure it was not always going to be easy to stand still out on the course. The brave or those who were avoiding other domestic tasks on a Sunday morning, chose to venture out and play on 18 holes that were otherwise in excellent condition. Added to the weather, the previous night’s full house at the club had seen a tremendous concert from Mike Jelski’s ‘Jester’s Dead’ and that together with the return of the football season, meant that one or two players were somewhat tired. The tough conditions meant that no-one broke par early doors with handicap management the name of the game. Daniel Arneil and David Kinrade, few shots to play with anyway, can be pleased with 72s, to tie sixth place. Daniel’s front 9 of 37, with birdies on the first and sixth was impressive. David chose to excel on the back 9 to match it, this despite dropping shots on the 14th and 16th. Mike MacDonald, always an expert in windy conditions, sailed in with 10 pars to just edge fifth place after a countback on 72. Tim Pressley brushed off any sense of Saturday night tiredness and 9 pars later, came in with a 71 to take fourth spot, although as an afternoon player he did have a lie in. Jim McDonagh, a brave morning player, took third place just playing steady golf. A few pars on the opening 9 had given him a solid foundation enabling the posting of a very acceptable 71 in dreadful conditions. Another success story, a player who braved the early windy tee times, was Chris Hinchliffe’s posting of an excellent back 9 of 39, birdies on the 12th and 16th and finishing off with pars on the last two to cap off an excellent round for a 71 and second place. Head boy on the day was teacher Darren Ideson, shooting a nett 70 with 11 pars and one birdie in a pleasingly steady round of golf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An excellent medal score no matter what the conditions were. Autumn in the calendar, so the Autumn AM-AM took place. Third place, the team of Sean Cunningham, Tony Scambler, David Platt and James Evans in with an 89. Second place was the very seasoned professional outfit of John Shields, Alan Cook, Ian Craine and Tony Grant. However, by far and away the outstanding performance of the day came from a team consisting of in-form players, Dave Heesom, Jim McDonagh, Bob Beattie and Paul Morris with a fabulous score of 95 and a great result.
 TOP MARKS FOR DARREN In-form boys take Am-Am The morning crew were set with a decision of to play or not to play as the wind made sure it was not always going to be easy to stand still out on the course. The brave or those who were avoiding other domestic tasks on a Sunday morning, chose to venture out and play on 18 holes that were otherwise in excellent condition. Added to the weather, the previous night’s full house at the club had seen a tremendous concert from Mike Jelski’s ‘Jester’s Dead’ and that together with the return of the football season, meant that one or two players were somewhat tired. The tough conditions meant that no-one broke par early doors with handicap management the name of the game. Daniel Arneil and David Kinrade, few shots to play with anyway, can be pleased with 72s, to tie sixth place. Daniel’s front 9 of 37, with birdies on the first and sixth was impressive. David chose to excel on the back 9 to match it, this despite dropping shots on the 14th and 16th. Mike MacDonald, always an expert in windy conditions, sailed in with 10 pars to just edge fifth place after a countback on 72. Tim Pressley brushed off any sense of Saturday night tiredness and 9 pars later, came in with a 71 to take fourth spot, although as an afternoon player he did have a lie in. Jim McDonagh, a brave morning player, took third place just playing steady golf. A few pars on the opening 9 had given him a solid foundation enabling the posting of a very acceptable 71 in dreadful conditions. Another success story, a player who braved the early windy tee times, was Chris Hinchliffe’s posting of an excellent back 9 of 39, birdies on the 12th and 16th and finishing off with pars on the last two to cap off an excellent round for a 71 and second place. Head boy on the day was teacher Darren Ideson, shooting a nett 70 with 11 pars and one birdie in a pleasingly steady round of golf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An excellent medal score no matter what the conditions were. Autumn in the calendar, so the Autumn AM-AM took place. Third place, the team of Sean Cunningham, Tony Scambler, David Platt and James Evans in with an 89. Second place was the very seasoned professional outfit of John Shields, Alan Cook, Ian Craine and Tony Grant. However, by far and away the outstanding performance of the day came from a team consisting of in-form players, Dave Heesom, Jim McDonagh, Bob Beattie and Paul Morris with a fabulous score of 95 and a great result.
 TOP MARKS FOR DARREN In-form boys take Am-Am The morning crew were set with a decision of to play or not to play as the wind made sure it was not always going to be easy to stand still out on the course. The brave or those who were avoiding other domestic tasks on a Sunday morning, chose to venture out and play on 18 holes that were otherwise in excellent condition. Added to the weather, the previous night’s full house at the club had seen a tremendous concert from Mike Jelski’s ‘Jester’s Dead’ and that together with the return of the football season, meant that one or two players were somewhat tired. The tough conditions meant that no-one broke par early doors with handicap management the name of the game. Daniel Arneil and David Kinrade, few shots to play with anyway, can be pleased with 72s, to tie sixth place. Daniel’s front 9 of 37, with birdies on the first and sixth was impressive. David chose to excel on the back 9 to match it, this despite dropping shots on the 14th and 16th. Mike MacDonald, always an expert in windy conditions, sailed in with 10 pars to just edge fifth place after a countback on 72. Tim Pressley brushed off any sense of Saturday night tiredness and 9 pars later, came in with a 71 to take fourth spot, although as an afternoon player he did have a lie in. Jim McDonagh, a brave morning player, took third place just playing steady golf. A few pars on the opening 9 had given him a solid foundation enabling the posting of a very acceptable 71 in dreadful conditions. Another success story, a player who braved the early windy tee times, was Chris Hinchliffe’s posting of an excellent back 9 of 39, birdies on the 12th and 16th and finishing off with pars on the last two to cap off an excellent round for a 71 and second place. Head boy on the day was teacher Darren Ideson, shooting a nett 70 with 11 pars and one birdie in a pleasingly steady round of golf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An excellent medal score no matter what the conditions were. Autumn in the calendar, so the Autumn AM-AM took place. Third place, the team of Sean Cunningham, Tony Scambler, David Platt and James Evans in with an 89. Second place was the very seasoned professional outfit of John Shields, Alan Cook, Ian Craine and Tony Grant. However, by far and away the outstanding performance of the day came from a team consisting of in-form players, Dave Heesom, Jim McDonagh, Bob Beattie and Paul Morris with a fabulous score of 95 and a great result.
 TOP MARKS FOR DARREN In-form boys take Am-Am The morning crew were set with a decision of to play or not to play as the wind made sure it was not always going to be easy to stand still out on the course. The brave or those who were avoiding other domestic tasks on a Sunday morning, chose to venture out and play on 18 holes that were otherwise in excellent condition. Added to the weather, the previous night’s full house at the club had seen a tremendous concert from Mike Jelski’s ‘Jester’s Dead’ and that together with the return of the football season, meant that one or two players were somewhat tired. The tough conditions meant that no-one broke par early doors with handicap management the name of the game. Daniel Arneil and David Kinrade, few shots to play with anyway, can be pleased with 72s, to tie sixth place. Daniel’s front 9 of 37, with birdies on the first and sixth was impressive. David chose to excel on the back 9 to match it, this despite dropping shots on the 14th and 16th. Mike MacDonald, always an expert in windy conditions, sailed in with 10 pars to just edge fifth place after a countback on 72. Tim Pressley brushed off any sense of Saturday night tiredness and 9 pars later, came in with a 71 to take fourth spot, although as an afternoon player he did have a lie in. Jim McDonagh, a brave morning player, took third place just playing steady golf. A few pars on the opening 9 had given him a solid foundation enabling the posting of a very acceptable 71 in dreadful conditions. Another success story, a player who braved the early windy tee times, was Chris Hinchliffe’s posting of an excellent back 9 of 39, birdies on the 12th and 16th and finishing off with pars on the last two to cap off an excellent round for a 71 and second place. Head boy on the day was teacher Darren Ideson, shooting a nett 70 with 11 pars and one birdie in a pleasingly steady round of golf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An excellent medal score no matter what the conditions were. Autumn in the calendar, so the Autumn AM-AM took place. Third place, the team of Sean Cunningham, Tony Scambler, David Platt and James Evans in with an 89. Second place was the very seasoned professional outfit of John Shields, Alan Cook, Ian Craine and Tony Grant. However, by far and away the outstanding performance of the day came from a team consisting of in-form players, Dave Heesom, Jim McDonagh, Bob Beattie and Paul Morris with a fabulous score of 95 and a great result.