Lord of the Pings
The Return of the King
The Dark Lord (George) is still atop his tower (the league table) coveting the crown he one day hopes will be his, however the return of last years champion Owen Wright (the King) and the ever reliable ever annoyingly good, Ian Smith, have cut into his lead.
It is now shaping up at this the halfway stage of the year as though we could be in a battle more ferocious than that at Helms Deep.
On a chill morning the Pacific course played as we expected it would (like crossing Mordor in the dark). It was very difficult and quite brutal (also dangerous for the poor group in front of us, sorry group 2 from group 3).
The cards indicated none of us had a really decent round, we will all have to re-group for Redcliffe to repair those dented prides.
The results were as follows:
NTP 13th – Rodney Topor
Mens long drive 18th – Rodney Topor (NB this may never happen again - ed)
Ladies long drive 18th – Karen Greedy
1st place on 31pts – Owen Wright
2nd place on 28pts – Ian Smith
3rd place on 26pts (on count back) – Paul Lockwood-Lee
Also on 26pts Mark Coster, who missed out on count back (strangely the count back was calculated by myself).