?What a difficult task I had today! Not only express myself in a language which is not mine but to do it the week after Nick’s? [it was Tony, Ed.] fantastic report … but l’ll fight the perfidious Albion!
The sun was still high and the sky when our brave frogs jumped on Junglinster ?golf course? to play the round 7th of the 2017 CITCO Grand Prix. The players were welcomed by our starter Rob “the cowboy” and his generous offer of cheeses, salami, beers etc.
Thank you Rob and well done!
At yesterday event the 7th of the 2017 edition played 19 Frogs and they were quick enough to play all the 12 holes in bright light.
Only one AKD match play was played, Craig defeated Francis 3&2 (Francis….are you Dutch, don’t you?).
Gregor, our international glorious champion (background of heavenly music..) holed the 9th hole in one shot and generously and consequently offered a round of beers to all of us.
Thank you Gregor and well done! (background of heavenly music..)
Coming to the competition :
First of all many thanks to our sponsor CITCO.
Standard scratch was 14…quite low specially compared to the last event were it was 17.
Slow greens the reason?
?Probably, ask Craig his opinion on Junglinster greens.?..?
Nearest to the pin 4th Hole : Gregor (background heavenly music..)
Nearest to the pin 11th Hole: Jonny the kiwi
Bijnens Beer Leary : Steve
Longest Drive, 2nd Hole: Mark Hugues (background of pipes music..)
Best and worst guest: Martin
And finally the real winners:
1st) Marco 18
2nd) Gregor 17 (background heavenly music..)
3rd) Maarten 16
4th) Rob 15
5th) Craig 15
6th) Francis “the Dutch” 15
7th) David 15
Hard fight yesterday for the pink ball but Tim “the real Dutch” prestigious manager of our generous sponsor was good enough to outperform himself with an unrivalled 6 points.
? ?Pink ball: Tim
Watch out the Citco leader board where some players with only four events played are in the top ten…
Next event the will be the 26th of July at Kikuoka. See you all? there.