Autumn 2009 Results

An excellent day out, great weather, good food and some decent golf - can't say fairer than that! You can get the full results in this pdf file, there's a summary below.

Morning Results

Yellow Ball Winners

Chris Locke, Iain More, Dave Roberts, Pete McIntyre

Blind Pairs Winners

Gordon Neilson and Pete McIntyre

Notable Mentions

  • Paul Wilson and Iain More had the same score as Gordon and Pete but lost on the count back
  • Iain More scored an excellent 25 points (yellow ball)
  • Nigel Attwood was a close second with 22 points
  • Both Ian and Nigel scored 19 points for the blind pairs
  • Duncan Clark scored 2 points
  • Team 4 amassed a grand total of 36 points, just under half the winning score ! although they did lose the yellow ball on the first hole, the first shot even!

Afternoon Results

Overall Winner

Gordon Neilson

Mike Conroy won longest drive and nearest the pin trophy was hoisted by Gordon Neilson.

Notable Mentions

  • Mike Conroy and Nigel Attwood enjoyed good afternoons, finishing just one point behind the winner, with Phil Reeve and Andy Wraight just two more points further back
  • Phil Reeve and Andy Wraight were just one pont further behind that and a total of nine players (from 15) scored over 30 points - pretty good going!

Interesting Facts and Figures

  • In the afternoon we scored
    • 7 net eagles
    • 58 net birdies
    • 101 net pars
    • 75 net bogeys and 47 doubles or worse
  • The average points scored per hole was 1.7
  • The second and seventh were the hardest holes; we averaged 1.1 points on those two!
  • Holes eight and seventeen are next up, offering an average just 1.3 points each
  • Holes two and seventeen are the easiest on the course according to the SI
  • The third was actually the easiest, gifting an average of 2.5 points, number 10 on the SI that one
  • Just as for last time, there's a slight bias towards the lower handicap players scoring more Stableford points
  • Nobody broke 80 gross in the afternoon, Gordon came closest, scoring exactly 80
  • Nobody broke 70 net in the afternoon, Gordon and Nigel were closest with exactly 70, Mike managed 71 and Phil scored 72