Malling Area Golf Society

2013/14 June 21st Round 3:
Deangate Ridge Golf Club - The Summer Cup

Now here’s a chance to get those handicaps down... Every year someone wins this match with a very high score and this year as the playing conditions will be excellent the handicap secretary will be rubbing his hands together. Another reason to ensure that you attend this match is the quality of the meal after the game. Brian Goodhew never fails to obtain an excellent meal at the BP Club venue which is just across the main road. It's usually a four course meal in salubrious surroundings and a swim in the indoor pool if you still have some energy.

Deangate Ridge Golf Club
Duxcourt Road
Hoo
Rochester
Kent
ME3 8RZ

01634 333966
www.drgc.co.uk

Coffee and Bacon roll08:00
18 holes of golf, first tee09:00
Dinner and presentation
at the BP Kent Club
16:00
Menu TBC
Price£38 (£30 non-dining)


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Deangate Ridge Golf Club

Order of Play

Group 1Tim Grimes (Captain), Dave Swinbank (G), Dave Gentle.
Group 2Roy Goodhew, Karen Gentle, Ian Rowan.
Group 3Dave Verga, Graham Nunn #, Paul Keenor #.
Group 4Steve Tothill, Candice Hanson, Luke Moore, Peter Self.
Group 5Peter Gray, Dave Gentle Snr, Chris Lewis, Mark Parsons.
Group 6Peter Tweddell, Paul Damper, Dave Catchpole, Ede Aruede #.
Group 7Brian Goodhew, Michael Corcoran, Kevin Warncken #, Richard Downard (G) #.
Group 8Simon Muir #, Graham Gove #, Graham Gordon #, John Burbridge #.
# = non-dining, (G) = guest

Captain's Match Report

A bit overcast, but lucky old us, the weather held and after bacon rolls (and the usual friendly pre-match banter), 8 groups set of to play at 9am. I think the first thing that most people noticed was that the course lawn mower seemed to have broken down as the grass on the fairways was decidedly on the long side. The tee boxes were also a little disappointing, being quite uneven, however the greens were not too bad and judging by the all round high scores that came in, most of you, and me being no exception, found it easier than some of the courses we play.

Vice Captain Pete Tweddell had the round of his life scoring a excellent 40 points, just beating Luke Moore on count back, unlucky Luke but well done Pete! Though it ought to be mentioned that he (& I),have now been cut just before the foreign trip, giving Dave Verga even more of a chance to win, (perhaps we didn’t think it through).
Talking of Dave Verga, despite having an excellent attempt at nearest the pin on Hole 17, Peter Self announced in a very manly way that he had managed to get inside him! Best not to dwell on that but well done Peter.
A word of sincere thanks to Ian Rowan who found my St Christopher for me, which I lost on the 10th but only realised on the 12th, cheers mate.
Apologies to all for choosing the hardest par 5 for the nearest the pin in 3 , as no one managed to get on.

Those who managed to get along to the BAE social club for the meal after the golf, many thanks for making the effort, the meal and drinks and continuation of the ribbing and banter is really part of the MAGS day and I would encourage all to attend the meal and presentation if at all possible to get the most out of the day.

The next Venue is Hempstead Forest 19th July , I look forward to seeing you there.
Note for diary... Thursday 25th July has been booked for fun day at Leeds Castle, please try to come along if you can.

Tim Grimes
Captain

Results

Division 1Luke Moore40 points
Division 2Steve Tothill36 points
Division 3Peter Tweddell40 points
OverallPeter Tweddell40 points
Nearest the pin(Hole 4)Graham Gove
Nearest the pin(Hole 8)Mark Parsons
Nearest the pin(Hole 13)Dave Verga
Nearest the pin(Hole 17)Peter Tweddell
Nearest the pin in 3(Hole 12)No winner
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