CRICKET ST THOMAS GOLF CLUB

SENIORS SECTION

AMENDMENT TO

ROLL UP MONEY PAYOUTS

 

The Club Management have decided that the minimum amount that can be added to your Bar Account is £10.00.

 

This will affect the four members who have their money paid into the Pro-shop and then transferred to their Bar account.

As this option is no longer available to them, I will pay their winnings in cash which can be collected from the Pro-shop unless they advise me otherwise.

The choice now will be to be have your winnings paid in cash or paid into your Account in the Pro-shop.

 

Keith Branchflower


Tel: 01308 867022

19th December 2014
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Yellow Ball Bowmaker – 17th December 2014

 
Once again, it was proved that losing the Yellow Ball is a recipe for disaster. A certain former captain is to be entered into the Hall of Fame for losing his team’s yellow ball on the first shot. Some of us high handicappers are used to such indignities.

 The ever dependable Roger Stone captained his team, supplying 42 of his teams 118 (+5) points, bettered only by his team mate, Mike Hone who scored 44 points. The gods were smiling on Alan Davis for being drawn in this dream team. They were followed by the team of Mike King, Brian Marsh and Mike Mosser whose very steady round, with no birdies, scored 115 points. Unfortunately for them, one point on the 1st let them down.


There were 11 birdies, each paying  £1.20 per team

 Results were as follows :
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total
Birdies
£ each
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Roger Stone
Alan Davis
Mike Hone
123
4
5.60
2
Mike King
 
Brian Marsh
Mike Mosser
115
 
3.00
3
Richard Forster
Martin Leigh
Richard Hall
114
3
3.20
4
Des Denning
Barrie Heath
Maurice Arnold
111
2
0.80
5
Alan Chance
John Pearce
Mick Aldridge
102
 
 
6
Tony Johnson
Bill Hilson
 
John Lyford
98
 
 
7
Bert Robinson
Brian Hodder
Geoff Dean
94
1
0.40
8
Ron Sutherland
Nobby Hodder
Brian Anderson
77
1
0.40
 
Bim Morfitt
Norman Markby
Frank Martin
N/R
 
 

 

 

Normal domestic handicap reductions  apply – 2 shots for the winners and 1 shot for the runners up.

 

On Friday we will resume the Winter League – Round 4. You are reminded that cards should be entered into the computer and please check that the numbers entered agree with those recorded on the card.  

Please remember that those playing on their own will play to their full club handicap and that these cards should not be entered into the computer as they will have to be adjusted.  The start list will be drawn at the usual times and members will start in the sequence as drawn by the captain. Anyone not playing in the Winter League will play a rolling Stableford.

 

Please remember to repair your divots and pitch marks, not only on the greens, but also on the aprons around the greens.

 

Enjoy the Winter League and I look forward to seeing many of you in the Green Room afterwards.

 

Nick Hill 17/12/2014
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