Pego’s Golf ‘Singles’ Magic 3’ competition

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A BEAUTIFUL day greeted all 33 members of Pego Golf Society on February 14 when they arrived to play the ‘Singles’ Magic 3’ competition at the Oliva Nova Golf course.

Results:

Division 1

1st Place with 42 Points was Malcolm Wise playing off Slope Handicap 9

2nd Place with 41 Points was John Snelling playing off Slope Handicap 13

3rd Place with 39 Points was Terry Oram playing off Slope Handicap 20

4th Place with 38 Points was Penny Barden playing off Slope Handicap 18

Division 2

1st Place with 36 Points was Paul Trigwell playing off Slope Handicap 25

2nd Place with 35 Points was Roger Miller playing off Slope Handicap 28

3rd Place with 34 Points was Patrick Lynch playing off Slope Handicap 27

4th Place with 32 Points was Brian Baybut playing off Slope Handicap 23

There was only one 2 today and that was by Brendan Young. Brendan immediately donated the prize money to Los Hermanos of Gandia. Well done Brendan!

The “Balls in the Water” prize was not won today with a mere 84 balls in the water.

Nearest the hole at Hole 5 with their second shot was Celia Cronin with 3.6 metres, and at hole 16 the closest was Barry
Levett with 2.63 metres.

There were three first round match play results today and the results were as follows:

John Evans beat Martin Gates by 1 hole, Merv Joseph beat Susie Snelling by 1 hole, and John Guest beat David Phillips 5/3.

This week brought the tragic news of yet another member who has passed away. Ronnie Webb, a stalwart of the Society and a fighter to the end, tragically passed away leaving so many from
Pego to mourn his passing. The society offers its sincere sympathy and condolences to his wife and family.

Pego Golf Society is playing a Singles’ Stableford competition in the near future, and if any member or guest would like to play please contact our secretary Penny Barden at pegohandicapsec@gmail.com or enter the competition through our website www.pegogolfsociety.com.

A warm welcome awaits you!

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