Thank you to all members that supported this competition. The scoring was very good again this year with Wayne & Mark winning on a count back with 46 points. All winners can collect their prizes from the Pro shop.
This competition raised over £500 for charity and we will continue to sponsor it again next year.
1st - Wayne Johnson & Mark Woodgate - 46 pts - FootJoy Contour Shoes
2nd - Daniel Murphy & Jack Murphy - 46 pts - TaylorMade Holdall
3rd - Alan Langford & Gary Langford - 44pts - Stuburt Windproof Jacket
4th - Kelven Penny & Dave Winter - 43 pts - Cutter & Buck Club Logo Shirt
5th - Mark Gallagher & Rob Tennant - 43 pts - Dozen Titleist Velocity Golf Balls
Nearest the Pin on 4th - Mark Hibberd - Dozen Callaway SR1 Golf Balls
Nearest the Pin on 7th and 9th - Sean Eckton - Dozen Callaway SR1 Golf Balls
Nearest the Pin on 13th - Ben James - Dozen Callaway SR1 Golf Balls
Bramshaw Teams Reach Knockout Final
A few of the Bramshaw teams have won through to finals in local knockout competitions:
The Seniors Knighton Heath Trophy team defeated Queens Park (Bournemouth) at Queens Park on Wednesday, 27 August to qualify for the final at Knighton Heath Golf Club on Thursday, 18 September where they will play Yeovil Golf Club.
Our over 50's Gales Hockley team won their semi-final by defeating Weybrook Park GC and now go on to play Hockley Golf Club in the final at Tidworth GC on Saturday 20th September. If you are interested in supporting the team or going along as a ball spotter, please contact Pat McLaughlin.
The Juniors have again qualified for the Regional Finals of the Junior Team Golf Championships at Essendon (old course) in Hertfordshire.
Good luck to all in the Finals
With less than a month to go until the Ryder Cup some of us are in our own matchplay mode. Going head to head in matchplay format can make a pleasant change to the grind of the sometimes monotonous mission of grinding out as many Stableford points as possible, or compiling a decent medal round.
Knowing that a bad shot will lead to one lost hole at worst can help free us up; give us the confidence to go for our shots safe in the knowledge that we've not 'wrecked' our scorecard. Remember though that there are different tactics involved when it comes to matchplay golf - so if you'd like a bit of help and advice click here to ask a question or pop in and see us.
Enjoy the Ryder Cup build-up and good luck in any matchplay events of your own that you have lined up.