Ruby’s Golf Society rock the Font de Llop and raise €1,000


THE IVIE DAVIES memorial day turned out to be a fantastic day for all the players of the Ruby’s Golf Society.

Twenty four members headed to the Font Del Llop and it was the ladies that dominated the golf on the day, which would have delighted Ivie immensely.

The weather played its part and the course which was in great condition played well. The results were as follows;

Nearest the pin on the par 3’s were greedy Mike Thomas (3) Rob Vaughan and Dave Shelton.
Nearest the pin in 2 was Steve Wild, best front nine Rob Litton, best back nine Steve Wild.
In third place was Rob Vaughan with 33 points, in second place Glynis Thomas with 35 points and in first place was Michelle Evans with 41 points, I think there may be a handicap cut coming her way.

The group returned to Rayz bar on El Raso where their hosts provided a fine meal for all the players and their wives.

The meal was followed by a large raffle with generous prizes provided by various golf courses and businesses in and around El Raso, with the group extending huge thanks to them all for their generous support for this event.

An auction followed for a couple of other prizes, which, with the generosity of all the people that bought raffle tickets and bid in the auction raised a total of 1,000 euros, which was donated to Cancer Research.

Thanks were also extended to Robert Scott and Tony Harrison who provided the trophies for this event.

All the members were in agreement that all in all a great day was had, with great support and the overall winner was the Cancer Research charity.

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