Competition Winner: Michael Harvey (10) 65 nett c/b
A Grade Winner : Michael Harvey (10) 65 nett
B Grade Winner : Anne Rouse (25) 65
Best Gross score : Manny Zouros 71
NEAREST THE PINS:
5th: Sue Allnut
9th: Kosta Tipovsky
16th: Paris Christian
Well the Club Championships have been completed (almost) and once again our Club Champion for 2014 with a gross score of 283 and for the TWELFTH time is Manny Zouros
The results for all grades are below and all the scores are attached.
Congratulations to all Winners and thanks to all players and committees for all the support of this important event and the time and effort spent in running and organizing all aspects of it in particular Graeme in assuring all cards were correct and Handicaps updated.
PLEASE NOTE: The A grade and C grade players that have tied, a 18 hole PLAYOFF must be held by close of play Saturday April 5. All players in the playoff MUST play in the same group.( A grade together and C grade together) players must play off the Blue markers in a stroke format. If scores remain tied after 18 holes they must continue with sudden death until we have a winner.See page 8 of the programme.
Club champion Manny Zouros 283 Gross
“A”Grade Net 3 way tie. Winner to be decided by play off.
Gary Danby 12/276
Michael Harvey 7/276
Gary Ritchens 6/276
“B” Grade Mike Torcasio 14/272
“C” Grade 2 way tie. Winner will be decided by play off.
Peter Conyers 24/284
Con Simitzis 20/284
“D” Grade John Marchant 26/297
See Final Club Championship Results
Note on slow play:
At EMGC we encourage READY GOLF
It is common knowledge that slow play detracts from the enjoyment of the game. Whilst players are not expected to ‘run’ around the course, they should be aware that there are others on the course at the same time and therefore, should act with common sense and courtesy towards those players.
~ A group of 4 players should take 3.75 hours to play an 18-hole Stableford round at East Malvern. ~ A group’s position is in relation to the group in front, not the group behind.
Specifically: ~ Walk directly and at good pace to your ball. ~ Keep practice swings and pre-shot routines to a minimum. ~ Be ready to play as soon as it is your turn (ie put a glove on, select a club and calculate yardage while waiting to play). On the putting green, putt out whenever possible. ~ Play a provisional ball if your ball may be lost outside a hazard or out of bounds. ~ If a clear hole is lost and the group behind is being delayed, or if there is no group in front and the group behind is being delayed, invite the group behind to play through. ~ At the green, position your bag on the way to the next tee. ~ Move off the green as soon as all players in the group have holed out. ~ Mark the score card on the next tee while others are teeing off. If you have the honour, enter scores for the previous hole AFTER you have played your tee shot. If you do not have the honour, enter the scores for the previous hole whilst the first player is playing their tee shot. ~ In Par, Stableford, and Four-ball events, pick up when you can no longer score on the hole.