For technical reasons imposed by this year's medical restrictions, several trophy-competition presentations were not possible. On Saturday 5 September, the delayed ceremonies were enacted to reward 3 competition winners.
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This fun event comprised 2 competitions in one; the best medal round and the fewest puts.
Two-thirds of the players returned scores of net par or better and Rick Poyser was the best of the bunch with a 4-under par.
Paul Ayling completed 9 consecutive holes using only 10 puts and that enabled him to take the prize for fewest puts with a total of 23.
Derek Grimston won the first club medal since the lock-down with a net score of 51, 3-under par.
There was a tight battle between Roger Stevens and Peter Merry for second place. Both tied on their total score (52). The count-back rule was applied. Both had a net 27 over the last 9 holes. Applying the second test, the best last 6 holes showed that Roger's net 20 was beaten by Peter's 19 (taking handicaps into account).
When the club re-commences activities, all player must assemble by 09:50 to determine the order of play to enable a prompt 10 am start.
The entry fees for competitions have changed. The new rules have been incorporated into the Club's Constitution
The English Golf Union has recommended that all golf courses and clubs should close for the time being until the government's restriction on social distancing has been lifted.
Update on this post. Club activities resumed on 25th July 2020