Amazing that the winning score at Preisch last night was only 16 points. Winner was decided on a massive countback though. Top four were all on 16 points!
In the end Colin Fraser was first, Mark Gillies second, Luc de Vet third and Kieron O’Connor just missed out in fourth place.
Nearest to pin was Franco Mastroddi and longest drive Jess Have.
Worst score Peter Myners.
Steve Brown is still leading on 83 points. Full results to follow soon.
Next event is 9 August at Canach.
After Woodge sent out Jess at yesterday’s event, the 2011 final will be decided between Woodge and Andrew Paton. Good luck to them both!
Rainy evening… not! Only the last flights had a bit of a drizzle. Course was in good condition.
Some great and not so great scores tonight:
Colin Fraser in first place on 20 points with our starter Steve Brown second on 17 points. Third was Mark Huston on 16 points.
Nearest to pin was Dennis Robertson and longest drive was Jess Have.
Worst score (2 points – on countback) was Bernard Biggar.
The new CITCO leader is therefore Steve Brown! Full results to follow.
Woodge edged out Daniel Kaiser and Jess beat Mark Gillies. Woodge and Jess will thus play one of the semi-finals against each other. In the other semi-final Andrew Paton has already beaten Alan Botfield and is thus through to the final!
Next event is at Preisch in two weeks (27 July 2011). StÃ©phane Ayache will be the starter!
Splendid evening with plenty of sunshine and opportunities to win some great prizes from deVere Group, our sponsor.
Unfortunately, no one was able to make a hole in one on any of the three holes where trips to here, there and everywhere were on offer.
However, Yung Min and Rupert Birch claimed the title with 23 points with two Golfaholics, John Caulfield and Penn Carruthers, in second place on 22 points. Third place went to Neil Underwood and Colin Fraser.
Longest drive was Steve Brown and nearest to pin was Yung Min.
Worst score was handed in by Luc de Vet and Gerry Mullen.
Many thanks to deVere for sponsoring the tournament.