Honiton success for Stephanie and Bob Barnes
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The weather, as usual at this time of year, has featured greatly in affecting golf opportunities this past week, writes John Pawley.
Right up until the latter part of January we were congratulating ourselves on our lack of missed days golf.
Having played off grass tees all the winter, and rarely having to use temporary greens, the recent occasions where days have been lost due to rain and fog etc seem all that more frustrating. The buggy users, unmoved, the bad backs, continuing, all only add to the problems of a golfer at this time.
The competition this week for the Tuesday Mixed was ‘four clubs and a putter’.
The heavy ground in the wet conditions and the restricted number of clubs, it was no surprise that the scores were lower than usual, but at least the weather was good enough to complete a full round.
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In first place with 31 points were Stephani and Bob Barnes, with Maureen Tollemache and Mike Delaney second with 30 points.
Next, on countback, was Sue Kelson and Ron Graham with Janet Hughes and James Liell with their 28 points in fourth place.
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