Round 15 – Heading for spring

Cold to start and some frozen greens still.  But the woollies started coming off half way round except for Martyn who had them off from the start, one outfit for all four seasons.

Rare win for your  humble correspondent with 36 including (NB Bruv in Adelaide, another par on the 9th).  In fact a real purple patch of 24 points in 9 holes from the 7th, helped along by a zinger of a birdie on 10.  No camera available so a view of enjoying the ski slopes in Samoens.

Moment of reflection going down the 8th when I hit one of my best drives only for Andy to go 60 yards past despite a slight draw into the light rough, then Pete to go a further 15 yards straight on.  Old age doesn’t come alone eh.

Pete and Walter in second with 31 then three on 30 but the last nine not reaching the third decade.

Colin still miles ahead in the league …

… less of a mile ahead in the Eclectic

… but the pack gathering at the top of the handicap eclectic

But less pressure in the Net Birdies count

The day’s stats were

Best front nine  :  Andy with 17 from David M with 16
Best back nine :   David M with 20 from Lance with 19
Best gross  :  David M with 84 from Richard with 85
No blobs  :  Mike and David M

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2 Responses to Round 15 – Heading for spring

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great to catch up with Dave Rowell, with his camera to hand, on arrival at the 17th green. Now almost as fit as a fiddle, with no plans to help out the daises anytime soon. 🙂 First class!

    Hey, don’t forget that my all-weather regulation golf outfit comes into its own when it rains. Staying wet is so much easier than staying dry. Why has nobody else worked that one out?

  2. Martyn says:

    Great to see Dave Rowell, with camera to hand, on arrival at the 17th green. Good to see that he’s now almost as fit as a fiddle, rather than looking to help out the daises anytime soon. 🙂

    As you all know, my all-weather regulation golf outfit is particularly good in the rain. Why fail to stay dry when it’s easier to stay wet, I say!

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