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WEEKEND UPDATE 26-28.10.19

Well Labour weekend has always produced some interesting results and this year is no exception. The weekly haggle on Saturday was not a large field but was a good competition. Well done to the winners.


Sunday and Monday saw a good contingent of hopefuls charge up to the Inglewood Pairs to do battle. The banter was up to normal standard and some of the golf was good. We did not come away with any of the top prizes but a number of closest to the pin awards went to Stratford players. The risk takers chanced their dollars on the event and came out with full wallets. For the rest of us, well done and our thanks must go to those that made the weekend

a good one. Full field results can be seen separately and we are pleased to report our players were not last, even those who slipped down 17 spots on day two kept off the bottom.


100 Club next week. Be ready for a big day. Payments need to be made as soon as possible.


HAPPY GOLFING

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