Malling Area Golf Society

Euro Tour 2016 - Portugal, Vilamoura

Round One Round Two Round Three Round Four Overall Captain's Report

Round One

Pos. Player Starting
H/C
Front 9 Back 9 Total Putts Finishing
H/C
1 Dean Priestman 17.2 16 19 35 35 15.2
2 Gary Kisby 16.8 16 17 33 42 15.8
3 Tim Grimes 25.3 16 13 29 36 25.3
4 Simon Muir 21.9 12 15 27 41 21.9
5 Steve Tothill 22.1 13 13 26 34 22.1
6 Paul Keenor 21.0 16 10 26 38 21.0
7 Kevin Warncken 24.2 10 14 24 38 24.2
8 Dave Verga 28.0 11 13 24 42 28.0
9 Ede Aruede 17.1 14 10 24 38 17.1
10 Peter Tweddell 22.1 12 9 21 46 22.1
11 Paul Damper 14.4 9 10 19 44 14.4
12 Peter Gray 26.2 8 10 18 41 26.2
13 Dave Catchpole 22.3 5 11 16 47 23.3
14 Mark Parsons 28.0 7 7 14 48 28.0
=15 Ian Rowan 23.1 12 12 24 41 23.1
=15 Peter Self 15.1 12 12 24 41 15.1

Lost Balls = 53


Round Two

Pos. Player Starting
H/C
Front 9 Back 9 Total Putts Finishing
H/C
1 Paul Keenor 21.0 14 19 33 34 19.0
2 Dean Priestman 15.2 17 16 33 39 14.2
3 Simon Muir 21.9 10 20 30 40 21.9
4 Gary Kisby 15.8 17 13 30 35 15.8
5 Dave Verga 28.0 15 14 29 36 28.0
6 Peter Self 15.1 13 13 26 41 15.1
7 Steve Tothill 22.1 12 13 25 44 22.1
8 Tim Grimes 25.3 10 14 24 36 25.3
9 Ian Rowan 23.1 15 9 24 38 23.1
10 Kevin Warncken 24.2 8 15 23 43 24.2
11 Paul Damper 14.4 12 11 23 39 14.4
12 Mark Parsons 28.0 13 10 23 45 28.0
13 Peter Tweddell 22.1 13 10 23 40 22.1
14 Ede Aruede 17.1 11 10 21 43 17.1
15 Peter Gray 26.2 8 9 17 44 27.2
16 Dave Catchpole 23.3 10 7 17 50 25.3

Lost Balls = 28


Round Three

Pos. Player Starting
H/C
Front 9 Back 9 Total Putts Finishing
H/C
1 Steve Tothill 22.1 15 22 37 37 20.1
2 Dave Verga 28.0 18 17 35 32 27.0
3 Kevin Warncken 24.2 11 20 31 34 24.2
4 Paul Keenor 19.0 15 16 31 33 19.0
5 Gary Kisby 15.8 17 14 31 35 15.8
6 Dean Priestman 14.2 13 16 29 39 14.2
7 Dave Catchpole 25.3 13 14 27 41 25.3
8 Paul Damper 14.4 8 16 24 38 14.4
9 Ede Aruede 17.1 9 14 23 38 17.1
10 Peter Tweddell 22.1 12 11 23 42 22.1
11 Simon Muir 21.9 14 9 23 42 21.9
12 Peter Self 15.1 10 12 22 43 15.1
13 Ian Rowan 23.1 6 14 20 38 23.1
14 Tim Grimes 25.3 8 12 20 40 25.3
15 Peter Gray 27.2 11 9 20 40 28.0
16 Mark Parsons 28.0 8 11 19 41 28.0

Lost Balls = 13


Round Four

Pos. Player Starting
H/C
Front 9 Back 9 Total Putts Finishing
H/C
1 Dean Priestman 14.2 16 20 36 37 12.2
2 Peter Self 15.1 17 18 35 40 14.1
3 Dave Verga 27.0 15 19 34 37 27.0
4 Gary Kisby 15.8 15 18 33 34 15.8
5 Peter Tweddell 22.1 18 15 33 43 22.1
6 Steve Tothill 20.1 15 17 32 38 20.1
7 Simon Muir 21.9 19 13 32 42 21.9
8 Paul Keenor 19.0 17 14 31 38 19.0
9 Kevin Warncken 24.2 17 14 31 34 24.2
10 Ede Aruede 17.1 10 20 30 35 17.1
11 Paul Damper 14.4 14 14 28 37 14.4
12 Tim Grimes 25.3 13 11 24 39 25.3
13 Dave Catchpole 25.3 11 12 23 48 25.3
14 Ian Rowan 23.1 11 12 23 44 23.1
15 Mark Parsons 28.0 11 11 22 44 28.0
16 Peter Gray 28.0 6 13 19 43 28.0

Lost Balls = 31


Overall - Stableford Points


Pos.

Player

R1

R2

R3

R4
Total
Points

LBP*
1 Dean Priestman 35 33 29 36 133 120
2 Gary Kisby 33 30 31 33 127 77
3 Dave Verga 24 29 35 34 122 97
4 Paul Keenor 26 33 31 31 121 144
5 Steve Tothill 26 25 37 32 120 196
6 Simon Muir 27 30 23 32 112 104
7 Kevin Warncken 24 23 31 31 109 88
8 Peter Self 24 26 22 35 107 198
9 Peter Tweddell 21 23 23 33 100 112
10 Ede Aruede 24 21 23 30 98 60
11 Tim Grimes 29 24 20 24 97 96
12 Paul Damper 19 23 24 28 94 108
13 Ian Rowan 24 24 20 23 91 172
14 Dave Catchpole 16 17 27 23 83 57
15 Mark Parsons 14 23 19 22 78 86
16 Peter Gray 18 17 20 19 74 124

Total Lost Balls = 125
*Lost Ball Prediction. Winner - Peter Gray - 124


Overall - Putts


Pos.

Player

R1

R2

R3

R4
Total
Putts
1 Paul Keenor 38 34 33 38 143
2 Gary Kisby 42 35 35 34 146
3 Dave Verga 42 36 32 37 147
4 Kevin Warncken 38 43 34 34 149
5 Dean Priestman 35 39 39 37 150
6 Tim Grimes 36 36 40 39 151
7 Steve Tothill 34 44 37 38 153
8 Ede Aruede 38 43 38 35 154
9 Paul Damper 44 39 38 37 158
10 Ian Rowan 41 38 38 44 161
11 Simon Muir 41 40 42 42 165
12 Peter Self 41 41 43 40 165
13 Peter Gray 41 44 40 43 168
14 Peter Tweddell 46 40 42 43 171
15 Mark Parsons 48 45 41 44 178
16 Dave Catchpole 47 50 41 48 186

Euro Tour 2016 Villamoura Report El Capiataine

Note to Readers
Following some recent feedback I have been requested to be more succinct in the euro report and easier to read whilst all results are on the website:

WHAT I DID ON MY SUMMER HOLIDAYS

Day one
Two men stayed at airport, everyone laughed.
Some mens played at golf, two did hits fewest times were Prieastman and Kisby
It was sunny at night men s drank beer lots

Day two
All mens played golf a bit, two mans hit fewest Keenor and Priestman
It was sunny
At night mens drank beer lots and lots, one man was too tired and had to lay down in road he was shouty.

Day three
Golf again ones with littlest hits Totthill and Verga was a bit shouty again
Was very sunny and hot
This made all the men thirsty and it took ages to drink all the beer until it was past bedtime some people lost their way home to big house but were still happy.

Day four
Men seemed tired as was very very very hot not so many hits as others Priestman and Self men. They were not lost on way home?
Was been so hot no drink seemed to make help but mens tried other things lots as well until were all tired. Dancing and singing make mens too excited and more thirsty but very tired.
Best mans at hitting less was Priestman
Best mans at hitting less on little grass with flagpole Keenor
Best mans at knowing how many balls left behind in woods Gray
One mans didn’t go home on plane, was one of same ones who stayed airport first day but he was happy this day as he was off on holiday for a rest he said.

Fellow tourers in all seriousness I had a brilliant time admittedly not always on the golf course.
What I love about MAGS and why it is such a pleasure to serve you as Captain is that we really embrace the Society bit in our name.
We are supportive, challenging and enjoy having fun doing what we do often in very creative and imaginative ways and that’s a pretty good definition for any society to live by.
Thanks again for all the fun, laughter, camaraderie, banter and golfing tips.

See you all soon

Well done to all the winners especially and everyone generally I know just how hard it was out there with three balls to hit amid the stars and gin vapour.

Pip pip El Capitaine


Addendum
Thanks also to everyone who helped raise the money on the charity day.
I was happy to write a cheque out for £130 on your behalf. In light of recent events it seemed more appropriate this year to send the money to the Alzheimers society, if only I could remember where I left their address.

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