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 Ray and Robbie nick the Tankards It was just back to back Open competitions playing fixture list catch-up at glorious Ramsey last week. Last Sunday meant it was time for the popular Midsummer Am- Am and 25 teams played in the sun. With a number of Ladies Teams in the field there will always be some friendly rivalry. It certainly was a close one with Gail Corrin’s team on 86 just pipping Linda Webb’s team on 85. Close in the scramble for the podium finishes as well. Alan Cook and his team of Brian Reid, Ian Craine and John Shields managed an excellent 90 points for 4th place. They were four shots behind Brian Kelly, Basil Beilich, David Dean and the in-form Stan Ryzak on 94. Brian Kelly’s team were just edged out of 2nd place on a countback by the seasoned Am-Am boys, Malcolm Callow, Ian Jones, Tony Kennish and Gary Uren. Far and away the top team of the day though and winning with an extraordinary 104 points was Daniel Arneil, Tony Wood, Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley. A commendable performance in anybody’s reckoning. The Ramsey Club Day and Roy Cain Cup witnessed impressive scoring. 15 players bettered par with Gary Uren featuring with Steve Taylor and Stan Ryzak all on 38 points. Steve Barbour was just ahead of them in 6th place, with birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th repairing some of the early round double bogey damage. Craig Dalton looked safe for a podium finish but Dean Morris knocked him off as he smashed the back 9 with 4 birdies in his 28 shots for a total of 39 points, but only 4th place. A tremendous back 9 for Dean. Ian Liddle and Tony Kennish were neck and neck all the way to the Clubhouse with superb golf by both players. Only a double bogey on the 14th for Tony Kennish allowed Ian Liddle to take 2nd place. A 43 point and gross 67 saw Dave Kinrade head the leaderboard. David carded 32 at the turn after birdies on the 1st, 3rd and 9th with the only dropped shot of the day coming on the 17th. An excellent round of golf as well as a serious chunk out of the two’s pot. Saturday was the Okell’s Tankards 4BBB and the morning groupings certainly had the advantage. The afternoon was certainly sunny but a gale force wind was to last a couple of hours during the afternoon making playing conditions much more difficult. Steve Mitchell and Ian Lennox, kind sponsors played in the afternoon, their 34 points not enough to make the top of the leaderboard. The day was quite competitive with only two points separating the top five. Bob Griffiths and Kerry Hiblen shared a three-way countback on 42 points but they lost out to Ian Craine and Alan Cook who in turn were edged into 3rd place by Ray Kelly and Gary Uren. The competition was of course all decided in the morning with Simon Callow and Tim Pressley posting an impressive 43 points, but Robbie Moore and Ray McElhinney just nicked it with 44 points for a very pleasing win. Sunday was medal day and the Open Grand Island Scratch Bowl & Hydro Cup took place. The morning crew again had the better conditions whilst the afternoon players had the lot thrown at them with strong gusty winds and rain repeated time and again. It was never easy with only 9 players better than par and the number of no returns said it all, but not everyone found it that tricky. Alan Cook ended a steady round with a lovely two on the last for a 1one under par 69. Dean Morris didn’t quite match the highlights from earlier in the week but still managed a 69 along with Martin Kinrade whose double bogey on the 15th was costly. Despite a triple on the 14th, Bob Baggaley showed true grit with a birdie on the 16th to fight back with a 68 and a well-deserved 5th place. Four players were in the battle for the prizes and three of them ended up with a 67 which given that they played in the wind-swept afternoon was extraordinary golf in the circumstances. Darren Ideson took 4th place. He had the opportunity to win the day but successive dropped shots on the last four holes spoilt the card. Brian Kelly also came in with a 67 and 3rd place with a great round of golf after a bogey start and a disaster on the 15th. The top two places were fought out between Jill Power and Gary Uren. Jill Power played an excellent back 9 and after holing out with a chip and run on the 11th for birdie she was threatening to sneak a win. Gary Uren kept as cool head and just played steady golf on the back 9 to lead by one shot on 66 at the close and secure a well-deserved first prize. It’s the Centenary Cup this week at Ramsey for the Ladies on Tuesday and the Men have two rounds over the weekend to compete for this excellent trophy. Ramsey Golf Week is very much on the horizon and the entry forms for the Ramsey Town Cup on the 13th July are now available for players wishing to compete for one of the Island’s premier competitions – available for download on the Club’s website and the Secretary.
 Ray and Robbie nick the Tankards It was just back to back Open competitions playing fixture list catch-up at glorious Ramsey last week. Last Sunday meant it was time for the popular Midsummer Am- Am and 25 teams played in the sun. With a number of Ladies Teams in the field there will always be some friendly rivalry. It certainly was a close one with Gail Corrin’s team on 86 just pipping Linda Webb’s team on 85. Close in the scramble for the podium finishes as well. Alan Cook and his team of Brian Reid, Ian Craine and John Shields managed an excellent 90 points for 4th place. They were four shots behind Brian Kelly, Basil Beilich, David Dean and the in-form Stan Ryzak on 94. Brian Kelly’s team were just edged out of 2nd place on a countback by the seasoned Am-Am boys, Malcolm Callow, Ian Jones, Tony Kennish and Gary Uren. Far and away the top team of the day though and winning with an extraordinary 104 points was Daniel Arneil, Tony Wood, Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley. A commendable performance in anybody’s reckoning. The Ramsey Club Day and Roy Cain Cup witnessed impressive scoring. 15 players bettered par with Gary Uren featuring with Steve Taylor and Stan Ryzak all on 38 points. Steve Barbour was just ahead of them in 6th place, with birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th repairing some of the early round double bogey damage. Craig Dalton looked safe for a podium finish but Dean Morris knocked him off as he smashed the back 9 with 4 birdies in his 28 shots for a total of 39 points, but only 4th place. A tremendous back 9 for Dean. Ian Liddle and Tony Kennish were neck and neck all the way to the Clubhouse with superb golf by both players. Only a double bogey on the 14th for Tony Kennish allowed Ian Liddle to take 2nd place. A 43 point and gross 67 saw Dave Kinrade head the leaderboard. David carded 32 at the turn after birdies on the 1st, 3rd and 9th with the only dropped shot of the day coming on the 17th. An excellent round of golf as well as a serious chunk out of the two’s pot. Saturday was the Okell’s Tankards 4BBB and the morning groupings certainly had the advantage. The afternoon was certainly sunny but a gale force wind was to last a couple of hours during the afternoon making playing conditions much more difficult. Steve Mitchell and Ian Lennox, kind sponsors played in the afternoon, their 34 points not enough to make the top of the leaderboard. The day was quite competitive with only two points separating the top five. Bob Griffiths and Kerry Hiblen shared a three-way countback on 42 points but they lost out to Ian Craine and Alan Cook who in turn were edged into 3rd place by Ray Kelly and Gary Uren. The competition was of course all decided in the morning with Simon Callow and Tim Pressley posting an impressive 43 points, but Robbie Moore and Ray McElhinney just nicked it with 44 points for a very pleasing win. Sunday was medal day and the Open Grand Island Scratch Bowl & Hydro Cup took place. The morning crew again had the better conditions whilst the afternoon players had the lot thrown at them with strong gusty winds and rain repeated time and again. It was never easy with only 9 players better than par and the number of no returns said it all, but not everyone found it that tricky. Alan Cook ended a steady round with a lovely two on the last for a 1one under par 69. Dean Morris didn’t quite match the highlights from earlier in the week but still managed a 69 along with Martin Kinrade whose double bogey on the 15th was costly. Despite a triple on the 14th, Bob Baggaley showed true grit with a birdie on the 16th to fight back with a 68 and a well-deserved 5th place. Four players were in the battle for the prizes and three of them ended up with a 67 which given that they played in the wind-swept afternoon was extraordinary golf in the circumstances. Darren Ideson took 4th place. He had the opportunity to win the day but successive dropped shots on the last four holes spoilt the card. Brian Kelly also came in with a 67 and 3rd place with a great round of golf after a bogey start and a disaster on the 15th. The top two places were fought out between Jill Power and Gary Uren. Jill Power played an excellent back 9 and after holing out with a chip and run on the 11th for birdie she was threatening to sneak a win. Gary Uren kept as cool head and just played steady golf on the back 9 to lead by one shot on 66 at the close and secure a well-deserved first prize. It’s the Centenary Cup this week at Ramsey for the Ladies on Tuesday and the Men have two rounds over the weekend to compete for this excellent trophy. Ramsey Golf Week is very much on the horizon and the entry forms for the Ramsey Town Cup on the 13th July are now available for players wishing to compete for one of the Island’s premier competitions – available for download on the Club’s website and the Secretary.
 Ray and Robbie nick the Tankards It was just back to back Open competitions playing fixture list catch-up at glorious Ramsey last week. Last Sunday meant it was time for the popular Midsummer Am- Am and 25 teams played in the sun. With a number of Ladies Teams in the field there will always be some friendly rivalry. It certainly was a close one with Gail Corrin’s team on 86 just pipping Linda Webb’s team on 85. Close in the scramble for the podium finishes as well. Alan Cook and his team of Brian Reid, Ian Craine and John Shields managed an excellent 90 points for 4th place. They were four shots behind Brian Kelly, Basil Beilich, David Dean and the in-form Stan Ryzak on 94. Brian Kelly’s team were just edged out of 2nd place on a countback by the seasoned Am-Am boys, Malcolm Callow, Ian Jones, Tony Kennish and Gary Uren. Far and away the top team of the day though and winning with an extraordinary 104 points was Daniel Arneil, Tony Wood, Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley. A commendable performance in anybody’s reckoning. The Ramsey Club Day and Roy Cain Cup witnessed impressive scoring. 15 players bettered par with Gary Uren featuring with Steve Taylor and Stan Ryzak all on 38 points. Steve Barbour was just ahead of them in 6th place, with birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th repairing some of the early round double bogey damage. Craig Dalton looked safe for a podium finish but Dean Morris knocked him off as he smashed the back 9 with 4 birdies in his 28 shots for a total of 39 points, but only 4th place. A tremendous back 9 for Dean. Ian Liddle and Tony Kennish were neck and neck all the way to the Clubhouse with superb golf by both players. Only a double bogey on the 14th for Tony Kennish allowed Ian Liddle to take 2nd place. A 43 point and gross 67 saw Dave Kinrade head the leaderboard. David carded 32 at the turn after birdies on the 1st, 3rd and 9th with the only dropped shot of the day coming on the 17th. An excellent round of golf as well as a serious chunk out of the two’s pot. Saturday was the Okell’s Tankards 4BBB and the morning groupings certainly had the advantage. The afternoon was certainly sunny but a gale force wind was to last a couple of hours during the afternoon making playing conditions much more difficult. Steve Mitchell and Ian Lennox, kind sponsors played in the afternoon, their 34 points not enough to make the top of the leaderboard. The day was quite competitive with only two points separating the top five. Bob Griffiths and Kerry Hiblen shared a three-way countback on 42 points but they lost out to Ian Craine and Alan Cook who in turn were edged into 3rd place by Ray Kelly and Gary Uren. The competition was of course all decided in the morning with Simon Callow and Tim Pressley posting an impressive 43 points, but Robbie Moore and Ray McElhinney just nicked it with 44 points for a very pleasing win. Sunday was medal day and the Open Grand Island Scratch Bowl & Hydro Cup took place. The morning crew again had the better conditions whilst the afternoon players had the lot thrown at them with strong gusty winds and rain repeated time and again. It was never easy with only 9 players better than par and the number of no returns said it all, but not everyone found it that tricky. Alan Cook ended a steady round with a lovely two on the last for a 1one under par 69. Dean Morris didn’t quite match the highlights from earlier in the week but still managed a 69 along with Martin Kinrade whose double bogey on the 15th was costly. Despite a triple on the 14th, Bob Baggaley showed true grit with a birdie on the 16th to fight back with a 68 and a well-deserved 5th place. Four players were in the battle for the prizes and three of them ended up with a 67 which given that they played in the wind-swept afternoon was extraordinary golf in the circumstances. Darren Ideson took 4th place. He had the opportunity to win the day but successive dropped shots on the last four holes spoilt the card. Brian Kelly also came in with a 67 and 3rd place with a great round of golf after a bogey start and a disaster on the 15th. The top two places were fought out between Jill Power and Gary Uren. Jill Power played an excellent back 9 and after holing out with a chip and run on the 11th for birdie she was threatening to sneak a win. Gary Uren kept as cool head and just played steady golf on the back 9 to lead by one shot on 66 at the close and secure a well-deserved first prize. It’s the Centenary Cup this week at Ramsey for the Ladies on Tuesday and the Men have two rounds over the weekend to compete for this excellent trophy. Ramsey Golf Week is very much on the horizon and the entry forms for the Ramsey Town Cup on the 13th July are now available for players wishing to compete for one of the Island’s premier competitions – available for download on the Club’s website and the Secretary.
 Ray and Robbie nick the Tankards It was just back to back Open competitions playing fixture list catch-up at glorious Ramsey last week. Last Sunday meant it was time for the popular Midsummer Am- Am and 25 teams played in the sun. With a number of Ladies Teams in the field there will always be some friendly rivalry. It certainly was a close one with Gail Corrin’s team on 86 just pipping Linda Webb’s team on 85. Close in the scramble for the podium finishes as well. Alan Cook and his team of Brian Reid, Ian Craine and John Shields managed an excellent 90 points for 4th place. They were four shots behind Brian Kelly, Basil Beilich, David Dean and the in-form Stan Ryzak on 94. Brian Kelly’s team were just edged out of 2nd place on a countback by the seasoned Am-Am boys, Malcolm Callow, Ian Jones, Tony Kennish and Gary Uren. Far and away the top team of the day though and winning with an extraordinary 104 points was Daniel Arneil, Tony Wood, Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley. A commendable performance in anybody’s reckoning. The Ramsey Club Day and Roy Cain Cup witnessed impressive scoring. 15 players bettered par with Gary Uren featuring with Steve Taylor and Stan Ryzak all on 38 points. Steve Barbour was just ahead of them in 6th place, with birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th repairing some of the early round double bogey damage. Craig Dalton looked safe for a podium finish but Dean Morris knocked him off as he smashed the back 9 with 4 birdies in his 28 shots for a total of 39 points, but only 4th place. A tremendous back 9 for Dean. Ian Liddle and Tony Kennish were neck and neck all the way to the Clubhouse with superb golf by both players. Only a double bogey on the 14th for Tony Kennish allowed Ian Liddle to take 2nd place. A 43 point and gross 67 saw Dave Kinrade head the leaderboard. David carded 32 at the turn after birdies on the 1st, 3rd and 9th with the only dropped shot of the day coming on the 17th. An excellent round of golf as well as a serious chunk out of the two’s pot. Saturday was the Okell’s Tankards 4BBB and the morning groupings certainly had the advantage. The afternoon was certainly sunny but a gale force wind was to last a couple of hours during the afternoon making playing conditions much more difficult. Steve Mitchell and Ian Lennox, kind sponsors played in the afternoon, their 34 points not enough to make the top of the leaderboard. The day was quite competitive with only two points separating the top five. Bob Griffiths and Kerry Hiblen shared a three-way countback on 42 points but they lost out to Ian Craine and Alan Cook who in turn were edged into 3rd place by Ray Kelly and Gary Uren. The competition was of course all decided in the morning with Simon Callow and Tim Pressley posting an impressive 43 points, but Robbie Moore and Ray McElhinney just nicked it with 44 points for a very pleasing win. Sunday was medal day and the Open Grand Island Scratch Bowl & Hydro Cup took place. The morning crew again had the better conditions whilst the afternoon players had the lot thrown at them with strong gusty winds and rain repeated time and again. It was never easy with only 9 players better than par and the number of no returns said it all, but not everyone found it that tricky. Alan Cook ended a steady round with a lovely two on the last for a 1one under par 69. Dean Morris didn’t quite match the highlights from earlier in the week but still managed a 69 along with Martin Kinrade whose double bogey on the 15th was costly. Despite a triple on the 14th, Bob Baggaley showed true grit with a birdie on the 16th to fight back with a 68 and a well-deserved 5th place. Four players were in the battle for the prizes and three of them ended up with a 67 which given that they played in the wind-swept afternoon was extraordinary golf in the circumstances. Darren Ideson took 4th place. He had the opportunity to win the day but successive dropped shots on the last four holes spoilt the card. Brian Kelly also came in with a 67 and 3rd place with a great round of golf after a bogey start and a disaster on the 15th. The top two places were fought out between Jill Power and Gary Uren. Jill Power played an excellent back 9 and after holing out with a chip and run on the 11th for birdie she was threatening to sneak a win. Gary Uren kept as cool head and just played steady golf on the back 9 to lead by one shot on 66 at the close and secure a well-deserved first prize. It’s the Centenary Cup this week at Ramsey for the Ladies on Tuesday and the Men have two rounds over the weekend to compete for this excellent trophy. Ramsey Golf Week is very much on the horizon and the entry forms for the Ramsey Town Cup on the 13th July are now available for players wishing to compete for one of the Island’s premier competitions – available for download on the Club’s website and the Secretary.
 Ray and Robbie nick the Tankards It was just back to back Open competitions playing fixture list catch-up at glorious Ramsey last week. Last Sunday meant it was time for the popular Midsummer Am- Am and 25 teams played in the sun. With a number of Ladies Teams in the field there will always be some friendly rivalry. It certainly was a close one with Gail Corrin’s team on 86 just pipping Linda Webb’s team on 85. Close in the scramble for the podium finishes as well. Alan Cook and his team of Brian Reid, Ian Craine and John Shields managed an excellent 90 points for 4th place. They were four shots behind Brian Kelly, Basil Beilich, David Dean and the in-form Stan Ryzak on 94. Brian Kelly’s team were just edged out of 2nd place on a countback by the seasoned Am-Am boys, Malcolm Callow, Ian Jones, Tony Kennish and Gary Uren. Far and away the top team of the day though and winning with an extraordinary 104 points was Daniel Arneil, Tony Wood, Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley. A commendable performance in anybody’s reckoning. The Ramsey Club Day and Roy Cain Cup witnessed impressive scoring. 15 players bettered par with Gary Uren featuring with Steve Taylor and Stan Ryzak all on 38 points. Steve Barbour was just ahead of them in 6th place, with birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th repairing some of the early round double bogey damage. Craig Dalton looked safe for a podium finish but Dean Morris knocked him off as he smashed the back 9 with 4 birdies in his 28 shots for a total of 39 points, but only 4th place. A tremendous back 9 for Dean. Ian Liddle and Tony Kennish were neck and neck all the way to the Clubhouse with superb golf by both players. Only a double bogey on the 14th for Tony Kennish allowed Ian Liddle to take 2nd place. A 43 point and gross 67 saw Dave Kinrade head the leaderboard. David carded 32 at the turn after birdies on the 1st, 3rd and 9th with the only dropped shot of the day coming on the 17th. An excellent round of golf as well as a serious chunk out of the two’s pot. Saturday was the Okell’s Tankards 4BBB and the morning groupings certainly had the advantage. The afternoon was certainly sunny but a gale force wind was to last a couple of hours during the afternoon making playing conditions much more difficult. Steve Mitchell and Ian Lennox, kind sponsors played in the afternoon, their 34 points not enough to make the top of the leaderboard. The day was quite competitive with only two points separating the top five. Bob Griffiths and Kerry Hiblen shared a three-way countback on 42 points but they lost out to Ian Craine and Alan Cook who in turn were edged into 3rd place by Ray Kelly and Gary Uren. The competition was of course all decided in the morning with Simon Callow and Tim Pressley posting an impressive 43 points, but Robbie Moore and Ray McElhinney just nicked it with 44 points for a very pleasing win. Sunday was medal day and the Open Grand Island Scratch Bowl & Hydro Cup took place. The morning crew again had the better conditions whilst the afternoon players had the lot thrown at them with strong gusty winds and rain repeated time and again. It was never easy with only 9 players better than par and the number of no returns said it all, but not everyone found it that tricky. Alan Cook ended a steady round with a lovely two on the last for a 1one under par 69. Dean Morris didn’t quite match the highlights from earlier in the week but still managed a 69 along with Martin Kinrade whose double bogey on the 15th was costly. Despite a triple on the 14th, Bob Baggaley showed true grit with a birdie on the 16th to fight back with a 68 and a well-deserved 5th place. Four players were in the battle for the prizes and three of them ended up with a 67 which given that they played in the wind-swept afternoon was extraordinary golf in the circumstances. Darren Ideson took 4th place. He had the opportunity to win the day but successive dropped shots on the last four holes spoilt the card. Brian Kelly also came in with a 67 and 3rd place with a great round of golf after a bogey start and a disaster on the 15th. The top two places were fought out between Jill Power and Gary Uren. Jill Power played an excellent back 9 and after holing out with a chip and run on the 11th for birdie she was threatening to sneak a win. Gary Uren kept as cool head and just played steady golf on the back 9 to lead by one shot on 66 at the close and secure a well-deserved first prize. It’s the Centenary Cup this week at Ramsey for the Ladies on Tuesday and the Men have two rounds over the weekend to compete for this excellent trophy. Ramsey Golf Week is very much on the horizon and the entry forms for the Ramsey Town Cup on the 13th July are now available for players wishing to compete for one of the Island’s premier competitions – available for download on the Club’s website and the Secretary.