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SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.
SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.
SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.
SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.
SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.
SUN SHINES ON CAPTAIN'S DAY Ramsey Golf Club Captain 2020, Dave Boswell, has had a quite unexpected year, as have we all. We should not forget how lucky we are to be able to play golf in such beautiful and safe surroundings. With the Club closed during lockdown, the competition season has since been unrelenting with no rest for the Captain who, like a lot of players, you would have thought would be ‘golfed out’ but it’s clearly not the case given the number of players on the impressive Ramsey course. The new greens mower has seen a visible extending of the summer season as the greens remain in excellent condition even after the quite frequent recent downpours. Captain’s Day is usually a mid-season event but on this occasion the delay to the end of the summer seemed just right with a fun Am-Am just about concluding the summer season. The complimentary bar just off the 18th green was a welcome stop for all with Hazel Boswell serving and the Captain running the Charity Putting competition in front of the clubhouse. St Christopher’s were the charity to benefit and later Ann Seed gave a short presentation to the Club on the valuable and often unseen, work they do in protecting and developing vulnerable young people on the Island. Of course the putting competition was not quite what it seemed and a donation allowed the players to perhaps try putters that were not quite as technically developed as the current designs. Brian Monk was the only player to master the museum piece putter and the keep the ball on the £10 note! The shotgun start was perfectly timed for a sunny afternoon. A superb 90 points won the day and that was quite an achievement given that the previous day’s rain and hail storm meant the course played long. It was a bottle of champagne for the nearest the pin winners on the par threes. The nearest for the third was Joy Platt, Dean Morris was nearest on the ninth, Bob Baggaley on the 12th, Barbara Monk was nearest on the 17th with Craig Dalton getting nearest on the 18th, a champagne moment for them all. For the Am-Am third place overall was the team of Ray McElhinney, Robbie Moore, Tim Eyre and Derek Parker, with just in front of them in second place team of Tony White, Bob Beattie, Stu Douglas and Robbie Radcliffe. Clear winners on the day were Craig Dalton, Tom Wollin, Jason Orr and Josh Brain. Craig thanked the Captain for putting on the event and Club President, Martin Webb, provided an in-depth background speech on the quietly multi-talented Captain who in turn responded with a toast to mediocrity which after all, as club golfers, is what we probably achieve most of the time but occasionally that rare moment when the golfing god shines on us, like Captains Day! The Winter League starts soon and registration of teams is available in the Clubhouse. Of course next weekend there is the important matter of the Masters and Rabbits.