Fourteen members and two guests teeded off in a slight
drizzle which cleared very quickly leaving us all to enjoy a
pleasant afternoon's golf.

The eventual winner was Jim Clarke who also won the
'nearest the pin' competion.

Second prize went to Peter Collins, our organiser, who
also doubled his prizes for the day by winning the
competion for the longest drive. Much ribaldry
accompanied this announcement and doubts were cast on
the possibility of collusion between Peter and Ron Howarth
who played in the same three ball and assisted in the
checking of cards!
Jim Clarke and Peter Collins
Jim Clarke (L) & Peter Collins (R)>>
The third prize went to Ron Mason who won on a card
playoff with John Rumbelow.
Phil Alsopp (guest), Steve Hindley and John Rumbelow.
Dave Barnes, Bill Taylor (guest) and Ron Mason.
L - R Phil Alsopp (guest), Steve Hindley & John Rumbelow.
L - R
Dave Barnes, Bill Taylor (guest) & Ron Mason.
Steve Hindley and booby prize
Steve Hindley was pleased to maintain his consistent record of winning the
wooden spoon but which, on this occasion, turned out to be a spare trifle.
Albert Tonge, Mike Mathews, Steve Jones and Kieth Ball.
L - R. >>
Albert Tong, Mike Mathews,
Steve Jones & Keith Ball.
Derek Meert, Jim Clarke and Derek Shaw. Ron Howarth, Peter Collins and Jimmy Ramsbottom.
L - R
Derek Meert, Jim Clarke & Derek Shaw.
L - R
Ron Howarth, Peter Collins & Jimmy Ramsbottom.
Golf Days are held in the Spring and Autumn each year. The Malcolm Wall Trophy is awarded to the winner of the
Spring competion.
Details of the 2006 events will be published in Spring 2006 but information on the Golf Sections' activities can be
obtained by contacting
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