Stranahan Trophy Scores

Stranahan Course: Morning Scores (Thunder and lightning delay, competition reduced to a maximum of 27 holes) Play to resume at 14.15 Codrington Course: Afternoon Scores (reduced to 9 holes because of weather delay)

7.32 Drew Davis 79 + 41 (120)- Andy Grabham 75+ 37 (112)- Neil Parker 78+ 41 (119)

7.40 Gary Owers 83 + 40 (123)-Sean Scarrett 81 + 46 (127)- Arend Welmers 82 +50(132)

7.48 Reg Dawe 90 NR- Ian Stefanovich 78 + 47 (125)- John Ruff 81NR

7.56 Adam Young 99 +46 (145)– Ali Young 79 +38 (117)– Phil Perkins 91 +52 (143)

8.04 Dale Warren 80 +42 (122)– Ian Gay 90 +46 (136)– Kev Neal 100+ 43 (143)

8.12 Mark Driscoll 84 +50 (134)– Les England 86 +51 (137)– Paul Lawrence 76 +39 (115)

8.20 Mike Broom 76 + 46 (122) – Phil McTiffin 77 + 43 (120)– David Jones 80 +50 (130)

8.28 Kev Hodge 81 +47 (128) – Phil Adcock 77 + 41 (118)

8.36 Jer Peters 81+49 (130) –Nathan Rogers 74+38 (112) –Matt Simpkins 76+46 (122)

8.44 Dayson Pearce 79+43 (122)– Matt Wilson 81+42 (123)– Liam Murray 70+41 (111) 

8.52 Tom Lowe 77 + 39 (116)– Stuart McNeil 75+47 (122) – Tim Smith 72+42 (114)

9.00 Sam Bray 76 +45 (121)– Joss Langley–80 + 44 (124)

9.08 Jason Boulton 75+ 42 (117) – Mitch Prosser 75+41 (116) – Joe Long 74 +39 (113)

9.16 Scott Ayres  68 +43 (111)– Lee Powell 80+42 (122) – Robert Greenham 81+47 (128)

9.24 Simon Wilson 75+NR – Andy Platt  81 +NR– Andrew Jacobs 86 + NR

9.32 Chris Dawe 72 +38 (110) – Chris Evans  71+36 (107)- Andrew Datten 78+44 (122)

9.40 John O’Neill 74 +NR– Paul Gardiner  78+50 (128)– Rod Lyons 79+44 (123)

9.48 Stephen Horswell  76+40(116)– Nick Perkins  66+40 (106)– Lee O’Brien 68+40 (108)

9.56 Simon Webb 79+ 45 (124)- Stuart Prince 77+48 (125) – Lee Britton 72 +NR

The Ups and Downs for our teams.

Its another pretty good season for our teams with our ‘firsts’ making great progress in division 4 with five matches played and four wins, although that does not paint the full picture as three of those wins have been away from home visiting, Wells, Kingsdown and against Chipping Sodbury ‘seconds’, with four home games left its looking very positive for third division golf next year.
Our ‘seconds’ have put in some great performances but got turned over by Thornbury at home. Currently second placed with two away matches to play at Saltford and at Failand it needs two wins to put the pressure on Long Ashton who looked a good team when we narrowly beat them here.
The ‘thirds’ enjoyed promotion last year but survival in Division 7 is reliant on Bath and Shirehampton having a bad run, as this year three teams get the chop. The positives to draw on are that we have used a big squad and everyone under 8 handicap that has wanted to play has been given a game and its great experience for the future.
In the Presidents Cup, we have won the first two rounds and the July 27th home clash with Henbury could see us in good position to win for the third time.
Finally a big big thank you to our captains and vice captains, Neil Parker, Zac Annear, Ian MacDonald, Dan Molloy, Chris Knowlton and Mark Shail who have given up their times.