A big week of competition at Warburton Golf

Warburton Golf Club. PICTURE: RENEE WOOD

By Ron Hottes

Wednesday 17 November Stableford

Neil-Leckenby knows all there is to know about The Glasgow-Rangers and playing consistent golf.

“Mr. Scotland” put together another impressive round, this time good enough to take home the daily voucher.

Some 37 points was just enough to edge out his mate, Tex Van Der Kooi, whose 36 saw him settle for the runner up prize.

Well done to both of you. ( Must be your turn next, Barry!!) The ball rundown reached 34 only.

The NTP winners on this day were Neil-Leckenby, (3rd and 12th – what a day for Mr. Scotland) Max-Carvill, (5th), Barry-Maltman, ( 9th – I knew you couldn’t be left out, Barry!) and to Junior-Garside, (17th – a close second shot.)

Twilight comp

Roger-Mataele has started this new season well, scoring well the first two weeks, and upping the ante this week with 18 points, good enough to win the voucher.

You’re on the way to the Shootout again, Rog!

Runner up was Andy-Gill, with 17 points. ( Or, was it Geoff, they look so alike, don’t they R.H?)

Balls this week reached 16, which still left Your Loyal Scribe out in the cold again!

NTP’s went to Hatty, (3rd), Steuart-Hawke, (4th – for a beautiful second shot in) and to Andy-Gill, (9th -or maybe Geoff!)

Saturday 20 November

The healthy field played for The Little Claret Jug this week, an unusual event where we play PAR off the back tees. ( Isn’t PAR hard enough, Meredith, off the front tees?!?)

Anyway, clearly some in the field found it a challenge that could be overcome!

And overcoming it impressively was Paul-Osbourne, taking out the B-Grade voucher, plus The Little Claret Jug.

Paul won The Jug after a C/back, to just pip Steve-Wyatt, both men scoring plus four on the day.

At least Steve can be content with the A-Grade prize!

Andy-Lockey was the day’s runner up with a plus three, and the balls went down to minus one.

The NTP’s went to Neil-Leckenby, (3rd), Sean-Kennedy, (9th) and to Wayne-Kempton, who doubled-up with great tee-shots on both the 12th and the 15th.