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 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!

 

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 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!
 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!
 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!
 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!
 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!
 Steve - a cut above the rest Martin Webb was the official starter for the 108th Ramsey Town Cup on a damp Monday morning, Jason Orr was first away at 7am with a fine drive. The day saw a significant number of visitors play excellent golf with Paul Lowey and Charlie Garside carding handy 72s in the morning. Keith Ward was one shot ahead and Alan Gault played to par however Ramsey players dominated top places. Mark Woodhouse ended the round with a birdie on the last for a 70. Malcolm Callow birdied the 3rd and 16th for a 69 just behind the in-form Andrew Hudgeon on 68. Steve Mitchell, another in form player, had birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 11th would prove to be valuable as the day progressed. The standout round of the morning came from Steve Taylor after a birdie on 14 and a comfortable par on the last to take the early morning lead with a 63. A superb round but it was not to be his day. The weather improved for the final lap. Jamie Arneil bettered his first round of 72 by one after birdies on the 2nd, 3rd and 14th and a gross 143 total that would prove hard to beat for the Critchley Cup best gross. Danny Foulis was also up there with a nett 70 however a six on the 16th proved to be costly. Andrew Hudgeon shot a 70 and his 138 total looked hard to beat. A six on the par three, 9th would prove costly though by the end of the day. One of the former Island Champions playing was Paul McMullan and his nett 69 came from a very impressive afternoon back nine of 34 shots. Dave Dancox wasn’t far off with a back nine of 36, both players playing steady golf. That could not be said for Lewis Howland who had a rollercoaster second lap. Having opened with a birdie four on the ever tricky first, he dropped a couple of shots on the third and the fourth, birdied the six and nine, dropped a couple more and then steadied the ship to card a nett 68 to tak third place in the afternoon. Jamie Garrett’s two on the 17th and a nett 66 put him in runner-up position. Steve Barbour recorded a steady 71 in the morning and anything was possible as he started the afternoon but a seven on the opening hole was a potential mental disaster. A ‘what the heck’ approach and a driver off the tee on the second released the tension and resulted in a birdie three. There were further birdies on the fourth and 14th and with steady pars on those tricky final nail biting holes saw him card an excellent 66 for a 137 total to snatch the Cains sponsored Ramsey Town Cup from Andrew Hudgeon by one shot. Steve Mitchel took a creditable third place with Keith Ward and Danny Foulis fourth and fifth. The visitors dominated the top places in the best gross Critchley Cup with Paul Lowey in third place on 149 and Paul McMullan on 147 both out done by Jamie Arneil taking the top spot with 143. As is customary at the Ramsey the Town Cup presentation it was a celebration of great golf, a memorable victory and more than a few ‘what ifs’ but any winner will never forget the day they won the Town Cup, Well done Steve!