MENS SECTION
MAY 2018 COMPETITION SUMMARY
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1. MAY MID-WEEK MEDAL 9TH MAY
14 members played in difficult conditions which resulted in the CSS increasing to 74, almost in the Reduction Only category. Winning on the day was Mike Abraham 90 – 15 = 75, second was Gav Griffiths 83 – 8 = 75 and third Nick Webb 84 – 8 = 76’
The general consensus was that it had been a tough day on the links.
2. HOSPITAL BOWL 12TH MAY
One of the major trophy competitions drew a strong field of 60 entries and with the weather and course showing distinct improvement, the scoring was also much better than of late.
The winner with a fine gross 76 – 7 = 69 was Anthony Rock, followed by a welcome return to form by Paul Sharpe 84 – 14 = 70 and James Attwood 81 – 10 = 71. CSS was 72
3. SUNDAY STABLEFORD 13TH MAY
Only 10 entries and generally average scoring resulted in the CSS remaining unchanged at 71. Monty Haughtey shot 37 points from Steve Markham, who is showing great strides in his golf development with 36 points and the trusty Doug Wright scoring 35 points.
4. MAY & WUGU QUALIFIER 26TH MAY CSS 73
An average turnout of 46 men in difficult playing conditions for the right to form a 2 man team for the Worcestershire Union Winter Matchplay knockout salvers. The trophies are in recognition of the 100th anniversary of the R&A and were formally designated as the St. Andrews Salvers.
Division 1 players dominated, with Gav Griffiths 79 – 9 = 70, Richard Curnock 76 – 6 = 70 securing selection for the team event and Rob Wylie 79 – 8 = 71 taking third place. Division 2 scores were poor, the best being Andrew Dauncey 95 – 19 = 76.

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