Ganton & Moortown 12th - 13th June 2018

Results

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TEAM NUMBER

TUE 12.6.18

GANTON

PAIRS SCORE

TEAM SCORE

TIME

PLAYERS

POINTS

1

13.30

TEAM 1 PAIR A

Charlie Insley & Craig Tilke

37

84

13.30

TEAM 1 PAIR B

Gurps Mann & Will Rawbon

47

2

13.30

TEAM 2 PAIR A

Geoff Brown & John Showell

38

75

13.30

TEAM 2 PAIR B

Kim Hughes & Phil Beswick

37

3

13.30

TEAM 3 PAIR A

Jonathan Hart & John Cunney

29

56

13.30

TEAM 3 PAIR B

Robin Hart & Stephen Manners

27

4

13.30

TEAM 4 PAIR A

Martin Davis & Stuart Davis

43

77

13.30

TEAM 4 PAIR B

Derek Pedley & Dave Hewitt

34

5

13.30

TEAM 5 PAIR A

Kevin Knight & Richard Parr

36

73

13.30

TEAM 5 PAIR B

Simon Lincoln & Ian Burton

37

6

13.30

TEAM 6 PAIR A

Matt Harrison & Angela Harrison

34

62

13.30

TEAM 6 PAIR B

Steve Pidcock & Ian Storer

28

7

13.30

TEAM 7 PAIR A

Paul Buntin & Mark Dilmot

33

64

13.30

TEAM 7 PAIR B

Brian Payton & George Flemming

31

8

13.30

TEAM 8 PAIR A

David Turner & Chris Too Chung

33

68

13.30

TEAM 8 PAIR A

Kelvin Gooch & Colin Platten

35

9

13.30

TEAM 9 PAIR A

Peter Aldridge & Alan Gummery

35

71

13.30

TEAM 9 PAIR B

Richard Aldridge & Paul Sidwell

36

10

13.30

TEAM 10 PAIR A

Hugh McLean & Chris Wormleighton

36

68

13.30

TEAM 10 PAIR B

Peter Gemmel & Lyn Griffiths

32

11

13.30

TEAM 11 PAIR A

David Swift & Martin Cook

33

64

13.30

TEAM 11 PAIR B

Tony Fearing & Bill Burleigh

31

12

13.30

TEAM 12 PAIR A

Peter Butterworth & 

36

36

Nearest pin 5

Will Rawbon

Nearest pin 10

David Swift

Longest drive 13

Martin Cooke

TWO’S

David Swift; Martin Cooke; Will Rawbon; Stephen Greenwood; Stuart Davis; Chris Wormleighton; Paul Sidwell; 

TEAM NUMBER

WED 13.6.18

MOORTOWN

PAIRS SCORE

TEAM SCORE

Position

TIME

PLAYERS

POINTS

1

9.39

TEAM 3 PAIR A

Jonathan Hart & Robin Hart

33

123

10=

TEAM 3 PAIR B

 John Cunney & Stephen Manners

34

2

9.48

TEAM 7 PAIR A

Paul Buntin & Mark Dilmot

31

123

10=

TEAM 7 PAIR B

Brian Payton & George Flemming

28

3

9.57

TEAM 11 PAIR A

David Swift & Martin Cook

32

133

9

TEAM 11 PAIR B

Tony Fearing & Tony Bishop

37

4

10.06

TEAM 1 PAIR A

Charlie Insley & Craig Tilke

42

169

1

TEAM 1 PAIR B

Gurps Mann & Will Rawbon

43

5

10.15

TEAM 2 PAIR A

Geoff Brown & John Showell

35

148

5

TEAM 2 PAIR B

Kim Hughes & Phil Beswick

38

6

10.24

TEAM 4 PAIR A

Martin Davis & Derek Pedley

38

153

2

TEAM 4 PAIR B

Stuart Davis & Dave Hewitt

38

7

10.33

TEAM 6 PAIR A

Matt Harrison & Angela Harrison

42

143

6

TEAM 6 PAIR B

Stuart Bond & Jon Fraser

39

8

10.42

TEAM 5 PAIR A

Kevin Knight & Richard Parr

41

150

3

TEAM 5 PAIR B

Simon Lincoln & Ian Burton

36

9

10.51

TEAM 10 PAIR A

Hugh McLean & Chris Wormleighton

35

142

7=

TEAM 10 PAIR B

Peter Gemmel & Lyn Griffiths

39

10

11.00

TEAM 9 PAIR A

Paul Sidwell & Alan Gummery

39

149

4

TEAM 9 PAIR B

Richard Aldridge & Peter Aldridge

39

11

11.09

TEAM 8 PAIR A

David Turner & Chris Too Chung

38

142

7=

TEAM 8 PAIR A

Kelvin Gooch & Colin Platten

36

Nearest pin 4

John Cunney

Nearest pin 10

Hugh Mclean

Longest drive 18

Will Rawbon

TWO’S

Lyn Grifiths; Peter Aldridge; 

Ganton:  

Ganton is one of golf’s historical shrines, with a wonderful course and a reputation that stretches around the world. (John Hopkins, The Times)
A tribute to Harry Colt and Dr Alister Mackenzie: the finest golf course architects. (Sir Michael Bonallack OBE, Captain & Secretary R&A, Amateur Champion)

Moortown:

Founded in 1909, Moortown was designed by the World famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne and many other championship courses throughout the world.

Well-known around the World as the host of the first Ryder Cup match on British soil, in 1929, Moortown is regarded by many as one of the Country’s finest inland golf courses.