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 CLAUDIO LEAVES IT LATE FOR AUTUMN WIN All of a sudden the golf season is drawing to a close, the autumnal weather begins to take hold. The Alan Kelly Challenge Trophy stableford competition was not blessed with spectacular scoring, the late burst of good weather meant the greens were in excellent condition and perhaps quicker than expected. Only five players were better than par which given the conditions was surprising. Paul Morris was top of the players in the buffer zone on 35 points and he will regret the double bogies on the opening hole and 11th but a three on the last meant he was in good cheer as he headed towards the 19th to reflect on what could have been. After a few bumps along the way Malcolm Callow was motoring along steadily enough picking up points until the 17th when a triple bogey sort of de-railed him but cool as ever he made par on the last and the very welcome three points meant a score of 36 and a good job done. On 37 points there was a three-way tie, vying for third spot - Tony Scambler, the in-form Dave Heesom and Gordon Clarke. Gordon’s birdie on the second set him off after a disappointing opening hole and he made steady progress, picking up points until the wheel came off on the 16th where a double bogey could well have cost him third place or even better. Dave Heesom was playing steady golf and that efficient swing brought a birdie reward on the sixth however it was not plain sailing with dropped shots on the seventh and ninth meaning there was plenty of work to do on the back nine. It was that challenge that Dave rose to and a back half of 36 shots ending in a nice two on the last meant he must have been in the running if it came down to a countback. Tony Scambler had other ideas and a few more shots to play with. Like Dave it was a bit of a curate’s egg on the front half but his strength will always be in damage limitation and parring 15 is always a point winner. With an excellent 21 points on the back 9 it was enough to take third place ahead of Dave and Gordon. Stu Douglas and Claudio Mazzone fought it out for the trophy and you wouldn’t have bet against Stu to keep calm and win. With an opening nine holes of 36 shots he was in the driving seat. Claudio had a few more shots in the bag than Stu so if he could just keep it steady he could perhaps use the shots to good measure. The plan went wrong on the opening hole but after that his first nine resulted in 19 points and tying with Stu at the turn. The back nine saw Stu start business as normal with pars on 10 and 11. A double bogey on the 12th and a further dropped shot on the 13th was frustrating but he got one of the shots back on the 14th with an excellent birdie. Claudio suffered a similar stumble with no points scored on the 13th and 14th both players recovering from their stumbles with pars on the run in and it was definitely going to be a tight finish. Stu dropped a shot on the 17th and that proved to be the crucial deciding factor as Claudio’s par on the last gave him 39 points and the Trophy, just one point ahead in an exciting finish. Keep Dry.
 CLAUDIO LEAVES IT LATE FOR AUTUMN WIN All of a sudden the golf season is drawing to a close, the autumnal weather begins to take hold. The Alan Kelly Challenge Trophy stableford competition was not blessed with spectacular scoring, the late burst of good weather meant the greens were in excellent condition and perhaps quicker than expected. Only five players were better than par which given the conditions was surprising. Paul Morris was top of the players in the buffer zone on 35 points and he will regret the double bogies on the opening hole and 11th but a three on the last meant he was in good cheer as he headed towards the 19th to reflect on what could have been. After a few bumps along the way Malcolm Callow was motoring along steadily enough picking up points until the 17th when a triple bogey sort of de-railed him but cool as ever he made par on the last and the very welcome three points meant a score of 36 and a good job done. On 37 points there was a three-way tie, vying for third spot - Tony Scambler, the in-form Dave Heesom and Gordon Clarke. Gordon’s birdie on the second set him off after a disappointing opening hole and he made steady progress, picking up points until the wheel came off on the 16th where a double bogey could well have cost him third place or even better. Dave Heesom was playing steady golf and that efficient swing brought a birdie reward on the sixth however it was not plain sailing with dropped shots on the seventh and ninth meaning there was plenty of work to do on the back nine. It was that challenge that Dave rose to and a back half of 36 shots ending in a nice two on the last meant he must have been in the running if it came down to a countback. Tony Scambler had other ideas and a few more shots to play with. Like Dave it was a bit of a curate’s egg on the front half but his strength will always be in damage limitation and parring 15 is always a point winner. With an excellent 21 points on the back 9 it was enough to take third place ahead of Dave and Gordon. Stu Douglas and Claudio Mazzone fought it out for the trophy and you wouldn’t have bet against Stu to keep calm and win. With an opening nine holes of 36 shots he was in the driving seat. Claudio had a few more shots in the bag than Stu so if he could just keep it steady he could perhaps use the shots to good measure. The plan went wrong on the opening hole but after that his first nine resulted in 19 points and tying with Stu at the turn. The back nine saw Stu start business as normal with pars on 10 and 11. A double bogey on the 12th and a further dropped shot on the 13th was frustrating but he got one of the shots back on the 14th with an excellent birdie. Claudio suffered a similar stumble with no points scored on the 13th and 14th both players recovering from their stumbles with pars on the run in and it was definitely going to be a tight finish. Stu dropped a shot on the 17th and that proved to be the crucial deciding factor as Claudio’s par on the last gave him 39 points and the Trophy, just one point ahead in an exciting finish. Keep Dry.
 CLAUDIO LEAVES IT LATE FOR AUTUMN WIN All of a sudden the golf season is drawing to a close, the autumnal weather begins to take hold. The Alan Kelly Challenge Trophy stableford competition was not blessed with spectacular scoring, the late burst of good weather meant the greens were in excellent condition and perhaps quicker than expected. Only five players were better than par which given the conditions was surprising. Paul Morris was top of the players in the buffer zone on 35 points and he will regret the double bogies on the opening hole and 11th but a three on the last meant he was in good cheer as he headed towards the 19th to reflect on what could have been. After a few bumps along the way Malcolm Callow was motoring along steadily enough picking up points until the 17th when a triple bogey sort of de-railed him but cool as ever he made par on the last and the very welcome three points meant a score of 36 and a good job done. On 37 points there was a three-way tie, vying for third spot - Tony Scambler, the in-form Dave Heesom and Gordon Clarke. Gordon’s birdie on the second set him off after a disappointing opening hole and he made steady progress, picking up points until the wheel came off on the 16th where a double bogey could well have cost him third place or even better. Dave Heesom was playing steady golf and that efficient swing brought a birdie reward on the sixth however it was not plain sailing with dropped shots on the seventh and ninth meaning there was plenty of work to do on the back nine. It was that challenge that Dave rose to and a back half of 36 shots ending in a nice two on the last meant he must have been in the running if it came down to a countback. Tony Scambler had other ideas and a few more shots to play with. Like Dave it was a bit of a curate’s egg on the front half but his strength will always be in damage limitation and parring 15 is always a point winner. With an excellent 21 points on the back 9 it was enough to take third place ahead of Dave and Gordon. Stu Douglas and Claudio Mazzone fought it out for the trophy and you wouldn’t have bet against Stu to keep calm and win. With an opening nine holes of 36 shots he was in the driving seat. Claudio had a few more shots in the bag than Stu so if he could just keep it steady he could perhaps use the shots to good measure. The plan went wrong on the opening hole but after that his first nine resulted in 19 points and tying with Stu at the turn. The back nine saw Stu start business as normal with pars on 10 and 11. A double bogey on the 12th and a further dropped shot on the 13th was frustrating but he got one of the shots back on the 14th with an excellent birdie. Claudio suffered a similar stumble with no points scored on the 13th and 14th both players recovering from their stumbles with pars on the run in and it was definitely going to be a tight finish. Stu dropped a shot on the 17th and that proved to be the crucial deciding factor as Claudio’s par on the last gave him 39 points and the Trophy, just one point ahead in an exciting finish. Keep Dry.
 CLAUDIO LEAVES IT LATE FOR AUTUMN WIN All of a sudden the golf season is drawing to a close, the autumnal weather begins to take hold. The Alan Kelly Challenge Trophy stableford competition was not blessed with spectacular scoring, the late burst of good weather meant the greens were in excellent condition and perhaps quicker than expected. Only five players were better than par which given the conditions was surprising. Paul Morris was top of the players in the buffer zone on 35 points and he will regret the double bogies on the opening hole and 11th but a three on the last meant he was in good cheer as he headed towards the 19th to reflect on what could have been. After a few bumps along the way Malcolm Callow was motoring along steadily enough picking up points until the 17th when a triple bogey sort of de-railed him but cool as ever he made par on the last and the very welcome three points meant a score of 36 and a good job done. On 37 points there was a three-way tie, vying for third spot - Tony Scambler, the in-form Dave Heesom and Gordon Clarke. Gordon’s birdie on the second set him off after a disappointing opening hole and he made steady progress, picking up points until the wheel came off on the 16th where a double bogey could well have cost him third place or even better. Dave Heesom was playing steady golf and that efficient swing brought a birdie reward on the sixth however it was not plain sailing with dropped shots on the seventh and ninth meaning there was plenty of work to do on the back nine. It was that challenge that Dave rose to and a back half of 36 shots ending in a nice two on the last meant he must have been in the running if it came down to a countback. Tony Scambler had other ideas and a few more shots to play with. Like Dave it was a bit of a curate’s egg on the front half but his strength will always be in damage limitation and parring 15 is always a point winner. With an excellent 21 points on the back 9 it was enough to take third place ahead of Dave and Gordon. Stu Douglas and Claudio Mazzone fought it out for the trophy and you wouldn’t have bet against Stu to keep calm and win. With an opening nine holes of 36 shots he was in the driving seat. Claudio had a few more shots in the bag than Stu so if he could just keep it steady he could perhaps use the shots to good measure. The plan went wrong on the opening hole but after that his first nine resulted in 19 points and tying with Stu at the turn. The back nine saw Stu start business as normal with pars on 10 and 11. A double bogey on the 12th and a further dropped shot on the 13th was frustrating but he got one of the shots back on the 14th with an excellent birdie. Claudio suffered a similar stumble with no points scored on the 13th and 14th both players recovering from their stumbles with pars on the run in and it was definitely going to be a tight finish. Stu dropped a shot on the 17th and that proved to be the crucial deciding factor as Claudio’s par on the last gave him 39 points and the Trophy, just one point ahead in an exciting finish. Keep Dry.
 CLAUDIO LEAVES IT LATE FOR AUTUMN WIN All of a sudden the golf season is drawing to a close, the autumnal weather begins to take hold. The Alan Kelly Challenge Trophy stableford competition was not blessed with spectacular scoring, the late burst of good weather meant the greens were in excellent condition and perhaps quicker than expected. Only five players were better than par which given the conditions was surprising. Paul Morris was top of the players in the buffer zone on 35 points and he will regret the double bogies on the opening hole and 11th but a three on the last meant he was in good cheer as he headed towards the 19th to reflect on what could have been. After a few bumps along the way Malcolm Callow was motoring along steadily enough picking up points until the 17th when a triple bogey sort of de-railed him but cool as ever he made par on the last and the very welcome three points meant a score of 36 and a good job done. On 37 points there was a three-way tie, vying for third spot - Tony Scambler, the in-form Dave Heesom and Gordon Clarke. Gordon’s birdie on the second set him off after a disappointing opening hole and he made steady progress, picking up points until the wheel came off on the 16th where a double bogey could well have cost him third place or even better. Dave Heesom was playing steady golf and that efficient swing brought a birdie reward on the sixth however it was not plain sailing with dropped shots on the seventh and ninth meaning there was plenty of work to do on the back nine. It was that challenge that Dave rose to and a back half of 36 shots ending in a nice two on the last meant he must have been in the running if it came down to a countback. Tony Scambler had other ideas and a few more shots to play with. Like Dave it was a bit of a curate’s egg on the front half but his strength will always be in damage limitation and parring 15 is always a point winner. With an excellent 21 points on the back 9 it was enough to take third place ahead of Dave and Gordon. Stu Douglas and Claudio Mazzone fought it out for the trophy and you wouldn’t have bet against Stu to keep calm and win. With an opening nine holes of 36 shots he was in the driving seat. Claudio had a few more shots in the bag than Stu so if he could just keep it steady he could perhaps use the shots to good measure. The plan went wrong on the opening hole but after that his first nine resulted in 19 points and tying with Stu at the turn. The back nine saw Stu start business as normal with pars on 10 and 11. A double bogey on the 12th and a further dropped shot on the 13th was frustrating but he got one of the shots back on the 14th with an excellent birdie. Claudio suffered a similar stumble with no points scored on the 13th and 14th both players recovering from their stumbles with pars on the run in and it was definitely going to be a tight finish. Stu dropped a shot on the 17th and that proved to be the crucial deciding factor as Claudio’s par on the last gave him 39 points and the Trophy, just one point ahead in an exciting finish. Keep Dry.