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 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.
 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.
 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.
 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.
 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.
 Champagne for Jill, a few celebrations for Peter on a great day for... PRESIDENT'S DAY After numerous attempts to get Martin Webb’s President’s Day up and running it turned out to be a day well worth waiting for. The Indian Summer sunshine saw quite a few players out in the morning and a full course for the afternoon shotgun start, the majority of players no doubt looking to enjoy the post-golf meal and presentation evening. Much appreciated was the complimentary refreshment stop by the 18th green, many thanks to the President for laying on the cold tinny and to his lovely family and friends for providing support, helping put on a great day. Of the women players competing, Mrs Webb politely avoided the embarrassment of winning, instead putting in a steady round to finish just four shots behind the winner. Wendy Hogan and Jill Power were on 29 and 30 points respectively, just out of the prizes as well. Cathy Clucas competing in her first-ever competition coming in with 31 points to take a very satisfying third place. Just ahead of her was the ever-consistent Diana Cowley scoring pars on the second, third and fifth however just failing to score on the 18th, which proved to be crucial in the end with 32 points putting her right in contention with Jill Holmes to vie for the President’s prize. Jill played some steady golf and at the turn it was neck and neck with Diana. However, just needing to score consistently over the last few holes was not that easy as pars proved elusive. A four on the last and two stableford points though put her level with Diana on 32 and with the consequent countback in her favour, secured first place and a champagne moment. Scoring was equally tough for the men. The President’s hint to the greenkeepers was ‘don’t make it easy’ and they, as ever, delivered an excellent but tough course. Tied on sixth place on 36 points was Ray McElhinney, Tim Eyre, Steve Westcott and Bob Baggaley. Ian Liddle was a shot ahead on 37, an eight on the first and a five on the last knocking the edge of what was an otherwise excellent round. Terry Groves also scored 37 points and took fourth place. After a back nine of 40, a two on the 12th, it had been all go for a top three finish. A five on the last however meant a podium spot was just out of reach. The top three was a battle between Derek Parker, Matt Wilshaw and Peter McMurrie. Derek Parker put in a solid back nine having quickly made amends for a poor first hole with a birdie on the second. A front nine of 41 put him in contention but a series of dropped shots on the last five holes opened the door for the others. Matt Wilshaw is on a good run and an opening nine of 36 after a birdie on the seventh was impressive and meant he was favourite at the turn. Peter McMurrie, despite dropping shots on the seventh, was just ahead by the turn. There were a few rocky moments towards the end, not least a disastrous 18th but with just one point to spare he posted the winning 41 and took the President’s ‘Webbie’ Cup. A little later, back at a full clubhouse, there was an excellent meal and for Peter McMurrie (pictured above with the President) just a few celebrations for his first-ever win.