1-2-3, 1-2-3 golf


EUROGOLF GOLF Society took a waltz on the wild side at La Marquesa for their recent meeting, where they played a format called waltz.

It was a team game where players took 1 score on the 1st hole, 2 scores on the 2nd and 3 scores on the 3rd and so forth giving the impression of dancing 1-2-3 like a waltz.

The winning team was Alan Venables, John Kirkwood, Colin Hobden and Mike Gillett who scored an impressive 85.

2nd were Pino Perito, Tony Stanley, Liz Roberts, Claire Daye-Gretton with 81.
3rd were Sue Gillett, John Connolly, Gordon Bourne, Gina Ashworth with 79.
C/B NTP´s 5th-Sue Gillett, 11th-Geoff Evans, 12th in 2-George McCallum, 15th -Fred Reeve, 17th-John Barraclough.

Football – Martin Rogers, Fred Reeve, Liz Roberts, John Connolly and Debbie Weedon.
Tuesday Toffs played their normal stableford last week and the results were:
Cat 1 (0-15) 1st George McCallum 41 2nd Pete Gartside 39 3rd David Gregson 36 c/b
Cat 2 (16-20) 1st Ian Turner 37 2nd Alan Venables 36 3rd Glo Manning 34
Cat 3 (21-26) 1st Angelique Berndt 35 2nd Terry Sayers 32 c/b 3rd Bruce Gordon 32 c/b
Cat 4 (27 +) 1st Sharon Horne 34 2nd Kevin Bonser 32 c/b3rd Brian Jones 32 c/b
Overall Toffs winner George McCallum 41 (playing off 4) Best front 9 Ian Pegg 20 Best back 9 Arty Crammon 20 NTPs 5th Clive Horne 11th Dave Nichols 12th in 2 Franz Berndt 15th Pino Perito 17th Glo Manning.

Football – Pino Perito, David Valentine, Morag Turner, David Gregson and Ken Brett.

La Marquesa have made massive improvements to the course and it is in superb condition so anyone wishing to play with Eurogolf at La Marquesa Tuesdays and Thursdays please visit the website www.eurogolf-quesada.co.uk.

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