The sunny, but cold weather, seemed to prevent low scoring in this medal competition.
Alan Sellwood and Roger Stevens both returned 2-over par scores. On count-back, Alan's score over the last-nine holes was one better than Roger's. Alan was declared the winner.
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Andy Ward lead the field in this medal competition. He edged out Robert Sellwood by one shot with a 2-under par net score.
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Roger Stevens selected 3 holes, all of which he birdied, gaining an additional nine points.
The weather deterred many members from playing in the first medal of 2018.
Roger Stevens and Robin Walsh had identical final scores but Robins last-9 won the day on count-back
The cold weather, once again, prevented any dramatic scoring in this fun competition where best medal and fewest puts roll 2 events in one.
Ian Powell was the medal round winner with a neat, net par score, while Rick Poyser had the fewest puts (24) despite having a poor round off the greens.
Derek Grimston won Charlton Lakes Golf Club’s New Year’s Chalice on Saturday 6th January.
Derek (Handicap 12) defied the finger-numbing cold to return a net 4-under par score; 6 shots better than his nearest rival, Roger Stevens.
Last year’s winner, Andy Ward, surrendered the trophy to Derek at the end-of -competition presentation.
The last competition of 2017 proved to be a battle between Andy Ward (5) and Roger Stevens (2). Both returned a perfect 36 points, but Andy's last nine beat Roger's to secure the victory
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