Forum Golf Society report

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Forum Golf Society

A BUSY and varied month for members of the Forum Golf Society. Starting on the 9th June we held the annual Northerners versus Southerners pairs match-play. The Southerners have held the upper hand for a number of years and maintained their winning streak this year with a 7-3 victory.

The fun, and to one of our pairs the apparent complexity, of the Traffic light Texas scramble on the 16th June was enjoyed by seven teams. A standard scramble format with a minimum of 4 drives by each player coupled with alternating  tees Blue-Yellow-Red saw John Bridgen, Gary Blake and Dave White take the win with a net score of 56.2.

30th June was back to a standard stableford competition which saw some good scores  in what was a blustery day including a maiden podium position for our newest member John Kimberley.

The result was:

  1. Graham Spalding 38 points
  2. Joy Blake 35 points
  3. John Kimberley 35 points
  4. Andy Birch 34 points
  5. Malcolm Sibbons 32 points
  6. Alec Grey 32 points

NTP’s Sandra Vincent and Yvonne Mackay

NTP in 2 Malcolm Sibbons

Longest drive Fran Elam

Our next events are a Double Par medal at Valle del Este on 14th July and a stableford at Aguilon on July 28th. In between on the 21st is a pairs matchplay  against Aguilon members.

For information about Forum Golf Society please contact Richard Price on rfp53@yahoo.co.uk or telephone 850 993 073

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