Autumn 2010 Results
Mapledurham was perhaps a bit easier than most courses we have played and Iain More took full advantage with pretty much everyone having some of their best scores in any event so far. The full results are in this pdf file, there's a summary below.
Did anyone take any photos on the day? Particularly of the winners?
Yellow Ball Winners
Iain More, Mike Conroy, Nigel Attwood, Rob Ashton
Blind Pairs Winners
Gordon Neilson and Phil Reeve
- Iain has been on the yellow ball winning team in every event
- Gordon has been part of the blind pairs winning team for the past three events
- Nigel Attwood had the best individual score in the morning, putting together 20 points with Phil and Iain just behind on 19 each
- Iain made best use of the yellow ball, putting together 25 points, closely followed by Phil with 24
- Only Gordon broke 40 (gross) in the morning with 38, Nigel had the best net score with 33 (par was 34)
- Nigel and Andy had 2 gross birdies each and Martin Curran managed two net eagles whilst amassing 11 points overall, a bit of an up and down morning there!
Iain More with a fantastic 43 points, a gross score of 73 versus par of 69
Gordon Neilson had the best front nine with 21 points
Andy Wraight had the best back nine with 20 points
Gordon Neilson walked away with the longest drive for the second time and Rob Ashton lifted the nearest the pin trophy
- Iain's net score was nine under par ! a fantastic 60!
- Iain also amassed 3 gross birdies and 3 net eagles
- Our first net albatross ! Andy Wraight, take a bow!
- Gordon attempted to emulate Nick Faldo's last Open win with 10 gross pars but perhaps ruined his chances of an overall win with 5 net bogeys
- Andy went one step closer on net scores with 12 pars
- 3 players managed 12 scores at double bogey or worse
Interesting Facts and Figures
- Overall we scored
- 1 net albatross
- 1 gross eagle and 13 net
- 15 gross birdies and 82 net
- 107 gross pars and 146 net
- 88 net bogeys and 66 doubles or worse
- The average points scored per hole was 1.74 for the afternoon play
- The 14th was the hardest hole in the afternoon; we averaged just 1.20 points on that one! It has an SI of 12
- The 17th was the easiest on the day, providing an amazing average of 2.53 points each ! perhaps it should be a par 4! The SI is 6 as a par 5
- In the Yellow Ball comp there was little impact from average handicap ! just the way it should be. The blind pairs ran similarly
- In the afternoon, there was once again a slight bias for the lower handicap players scoring more points ! we'll keep shifting those handicaps to try and level this out