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June 15, 2024

Tight golf for Teven medal

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Teven Golf Course

The 18 holes Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal played at Teven last week was decided on a countback.

Winner Bill Wayte (Net 51) just pipped runner up John Selwood (Net 51).

Frank Jamieson (Net 52) was next inline followed by, Geoff Colnan (Net 53), Robert Tillman (Net 54), John Harbisher (Net 54), Ian Coochiroff (Net 55) and Ian McDuff (Net 55).

NTPs: 4th: Ray Griffiths; 8th: Steve Blackmore; 14th:  Will Wayte. Putting: Paul Gumbleton (26 putts).

Next comp: Saturday February 11, 9 holes Stableford, 6.15am for 6.30am tee off.


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