http://www.cavendishgolfclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Cav-GC-logo-transparent-282x300.png 0 0 Ben Pritchard http://www.cavendishgolfclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Cav-GC-logo-transparent-282x300.png Ben Pritchard2018-05-29 16:16:582018-05-29 16:50:09Golf Guide Tour: Cavendish
‘Intriguing & wonderfully deceptive course!’
Over 1000 feet above sea level, sits the Mackenzie designed Cavendish Golf Club.
The Golf Guide Tour made its first visit to this intriging and wonderfully deceptive course – measuring 5700 yards from the white tees – how hard could it be??
This “up and down course” as described by our visitors certainly gave them something to think about and for some kept them thinking about their shots for a while after too.
The intermittent early morning showers disappeared to be replaced by a challenging breeze which tested our players to the full proving that courses don’t need to be long, its all about keeping the ball in play. The course even managed to make one golfer leave the course “retired hurt” after just a few holes (the disclaimer for the course as it was a pre round back injury).
At the half way point, 35 points was the highest score in the clubhouse until Eddie Sterling and Paul Room from Wychwood Park GC posted a great score of 41 points.
Eddie and Paul had ripped up the front 9 scoring 25 points before the course started to get revenge on the back 9. Shortly afterwards Toby Swinney and Jordan Johnson from Crewe Golf Club also had 41 points managing a back 9 score of 20 points and taking the overall lead.
Nobody else managed to better this score so well done to Toby and Jordan – you have booked your place on the plane to Spain this November.
Terry Chaplin from Abergele GC had the unenviable task of playing without a partner after a late morning mix up from his playing partner, but still managed to score 31 points, his score beating 6 pairs on his own which was a great effort.
A special mention must go to Anthony Lowndes (Cavendish green keeper) for his work in preparing the course and the challenging pin positions. His knowledge helped him secure NP on the 3rd to win the Whitley Neill Gin, unfortunately according to his partner Chris Thyer he forgot where the rest of them were leaving him to score on most of the remaining holes!
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1st Place – Toby Swinney & Jordan Johnson winning a trip to Spain
2nd Place – Eddie Sterling & Paul Roome winning a Callaway stand bag each.
3rd Place – Gary Morgan & Phil Major winning a Callaway Rogue Hat & Balls
3rd – Anthony Lowndes winning a bottle of Whitley Neill Gin
9th – Malcolm Forder winning a Callaway hat & balls
13th – Chris Percy winnning a Mashie Golf voucher
14th – Mark Bolar winning a Callaway hat & balls
Shortest Drive, the FUN? prize was claimed by Ian Middleton which I’m sure will spread quickly around the members of Cavendish.
WE’LL KEEP THIS QUIET ‘MIDDY’ – JUST BETWEEN US AND THE INTERWEB!!
Thank you to everyone from Cavendish Golf Club for the welcome we received and the hospitality on the day. From the feedback we received from the players they will all be retuning to Cavendish GC in the near future and hopefully for a 2019 Event .
The next event is on Friday at Hesketh Golf Club. This is £35 per person to enter, we do have space for 2 more pairs if you would like to play.
|Name 1||Name 2||Score|
|Toby Swinney||Jordan Johnson||41|
|Eddie Sterling||Paul Roome||41|
|Gary Morgan||Phil Major||40|
|Anthony Lowndes||Chris Thyer||40|
|Ian Middleton||Scott Malpass||40|
|Dave Jones||Chris Whalley||39|
|Stephen Hamilton||Steven Lambert||39|
|Darren Kirton||Mick Jonas||38|
|Alan Poole||Colin Moss||38|
|James Voce||Chris Percy||37|
|Mike Sutton||Malcolm Forder||37|
|Chris Unsworth||Mark Elliott||36|
|Ian Brearley||Harry Schiltz||36|
|James Murphy||Malcolm Wells||35|
|Kevin Bloor||Ben Minshull||35|
|Paul Foster||Dave Shering||35|
|Eric McNicol||Mark Bolar||35|
|Gary Taylor||Chris Massey||35|
|Tim Green||Loui Bovis||34|
|Peter Fletcher||Steve Molyneux||34|
|Steve Lamont||Eugenio Fernandez||34|
|Carl Williams||Paul Dean||33|
|Michael Rose||Simon Hinchcliffe||33|
|Andy Jeal||Donal Cronin||33|
|Ian Birch||Gary Moore||33|
|Darren Sumner||Paul Ridgway||33|
|Ian Sutton||Martin Holborn||32|
|Henry Narraway||Matt Cheffins||32|
|Aaron Woodwood||Matt Featherstone||32|
|Neil Everest||David Schofield||30|
|Richard Brookes||John Kennerley||28|
|Joe Casey||Doug Goodhead||28|
|Jeff Walker||Mike Grimmett||28|
|Mark Walker||George Turner||27|
|Tim Hulme||Phil Sheriden||21|