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We have had our first major competitions with the Captains Cup getting underway. Scores had to be adjusted due to the course being slightly different because of the weather conditions.
On Saturday Shaun Harries & David Ullyett won with 45 points, second spot was had by Phil Coumbe & Gary Reid on 44 points and Andy Ashall & Simon Goodall in third on 44 points.
On Sunday the Inloc Clemod team won the day with Ian Down & Colin Mcleod scoring 45 points. They won on countback from Paul Ashton & Graham Hazell and third spot was taken by former Club Champion Matt Tizzard & Alex Eddy on 43 points.
Well done guys on your great effort. Over the weekend we enjoyed some superb weather which made for perfect conditions in the medal.
Medal play is definitely a skill that many people find difficult to master. There is no hiding in a medal. On Saturday division 1 was won by Peter Brennan with a nett 69 with Islantilla graduate Mark Knight finishing one back on nett 70. Mark took second spot on count back from Dave Banwell who finished third on nett 70.
Division 2 was won by one of our Captain/Pro opponents this week Peter Townley with a nett 70. Peter pipped Dave Roffe who took second spot on count back from John Clavey with a nett 71.
Division 3 was won by Richard Rogers with a nett 70. Richard beat Shaun Harries by one with Shaun taking second spot on count back from Chris Yirrell with both players scoring 71.
On Sunday Dave Banwell won division 1 with a nett 67. In second was Philip Spratt-Callaghan with a nett 68 with Terry Jordan finishing third with a nett 69.
Division 2 was won by Ollie Banwell with a nett 66, with Phil Eddy finishing second with a nett 68 and Shaun Cavanagh finishing third on a nett 69.
Division 3 was won by Trevor Stone with a nett 66. Trevor finished five ahead of Derek Shaw who finished second with a nett 71 and Michael Brooker came in thrid with a nett 75.
Well done to all the players. It was great to see so many people that have had help recently either via lessons or the free MOT we ran finish in the top three. If you would like help to improve your game please click here to send me an email.
Callaway Demo Day
This year I have stocked Callaway. When I stock a product I have to believe in it. I like to treat clients as I want to be treated when I buy something. That is for the retailer to know that what they are selling me will help me. That is because it is a long term relationship between the client and the retailer.
I have stocked PING for many years and have continued to do so. Now I have found another great company to stock. The Callaway range is truly outstanding. They spend more money on research and development than any other company in golf.
Last week I hit the X2 Hot driver and the Big Bertha driver and I found both to be awesome. The Big Bertha driver has 20% higher moment of inertia than its previous model. That means it resists twisting on off centre strikes 20% better. The X2 Hot driver has a 10% larger sweet spot than its previous model which means it is even more forgiving anf the X2 Hot irons are long and forgiving. In testing the X2 Hot irons are 5 yards longer than the X Hot irons.
Places are limited so be quick and click here to book your spot.
Driving have you ever wanted to improve your driving?
Well you can for FREE on Friday March 28th from 2pm to 5pm. There are 4 FREE individual 15 minute driving sessions available for those of you who would like to improve their tee shots
Are you sick of that slice? Do you want more distance?
If these are questions you would like the answer to, then book your slot. There is limited space so don't miss out. You will find out why ball position is irrelevant if you do not have your upper body in the correct place at set up. You will find out the two biggest faults that destroy great driving and hinder the performance of most golfers. These are all simple things to work on, but it is like anything, it is easy when you know how.
Click here to book your FREE place. As I said, places are limited with only 4 slots available, so do not delay.
Sean learns about driving
"Today I have learnt the most about driving than I have learnt in my golfing life. Thank you for your help"
Sean Guntrip 13 handicap - Leighton Buzzard Member