Paul Fields' 3-under nett par clearly won this medal with 4 players tying for second place on level par. A second prize for the fewest putts was clearly won by Robin Welland, who completed all 18 holes using only 22 putts.
An exciting finish with 3 players scoring 39 points, Rick Poyser prevailing, after count-back, with a superb 20 point finish on the home 9 holes closely followed by Roger Stevens with a 19 point finish.
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In a quota, players award stableford points according to their gross score on each hole. Their quota (handicap) is then added to the total.
The "casino" in Casino Medal requires players to "gamble" on playing well on 3 pre-selected holes. Gross scores on those holes are halved, half strokes are allowed. Total gross scores are rounded down, if necessary, before handicaps are applied to produce a nett medal score. The course revised par in this format is 49.5, rounded down to 49. 67% of entrants equalled or beat this adjusted par, the best was Peter Merry's 4-under par on 45.
In this 2-in-1 competition, players complete a medal round while counting the number of t-shots that land on the green (stars). Tom Smith and Alan Sellwood tied the medal with equal 3-under par rounds. The countback showed that Alan's last 9 holes totalled 30-3(hcap) = net 27, while Tom's last 9 totalled 26-3=23. Tom Smith was declared the medal winner. Alan's compensatiom was the award of the prize for most stars (8)
A Quota competition is variation of a stableford. Players start with a "quota" of points equal to their handicap. The quota is incresed by the result of the player's stableford points based on the gross score on each hole. Alan Sellwood's 41 points beat the field in this fun game.
Medal & Putt is two competitions in one, a medal round and count for the fewest putts. Rick Poyser's 4-under- par score secured the medal, while David Ayling's 24 putts for the round beat the rest of the field.