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Wyte wins Champ round at Teven

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Ian McDuff pushed through with his putt on Saturday.
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Bill Wyte won the Men’s Division Stroke competition held last Saturday morning at Teven Golf Club.

The event was the 2nd of four rounds for the 2016 Club Championship.

Results: Bill Wayte (Net 52), John Harbisher (Net 55), David Fowler (Net 56), Roger Myles (Net 57), Rex Nixon (Net 57), Stuart McDonald (Net 58), John Mathias (Net 58).

NTPs: 4th Ian McDuff, 8th Rex Nixon, 14th Bill Wayte.

This weekend’s 9-hole Stableford starts at 6.15am for a 6.30am shotgun tee off.


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