Half term this week, and even though the weather has taken its toll, it has given TJ and Steve the opportunity to get the shop looking great for the weekend rush.
TaylorMade's exciting new Mini Driver range has hit the shelves and proving extremely popular. Their Loft up program is now in full swing with many members taking the loft up challenge.
Dave Spofforth has seen the biggest increase in distance, an impressive 23 yards by lofting up from 12 to 13.5 degrees.
All who have taken the challenge have registered excellent increases in driving distance.
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We have just received a range of Ladies FootJoy Lo-Pro spike less golf shoes; they are available throughout the size range at £79.99 which is a saving of £20.00 from the normal retail price.
Don't Forget the Srixon AD333 and Soft feel are still available at £15.00 per dozen until close of play on Sunday.
Last weekend offered some fantastic competition with the 2nd Team Trophy and the Bank holiday Stableford.
Congratulations to both Danny Saunders and John Temple together with Kevin Moss and Ian Glen for their fantastic nett 64's.
GOOD LUCK to all in the playoff.
This was closely followed by Philip Sinton and Milan Ria who scored nett 65.
The Bank holiday stableford also produced some great scores with 5 of the top 6 places going to our lower handicap members, the top five all achieved 40 points or more.
Well done to Glen Renton who managed second place with a total of 42 points in a round which he covered the course in 69 strokes? But the winner was James Kay, York golf clubs new junior captain who put his stamp on the bank holiday scramble with the same very strong 42 points. Only beating Glen on the back nine score. James has been working very hard on his golf since he took over the junior captain role and it looks like it is paying off!
The Ladies played for the Dot Dowsett Trophy on Sunday and Tuesday with the overall winners being Delia Bailey and Joy Hunter, followed closely by Dawn Clegg and Judy Frame. Both scoring 71s, Judy and Dawn just missed out on the back nine.
Well done to all.
Other notable news this week
On Tuesday night Steve Arundel and Stevie Jon Hood decided to test their metal by taking a rolling Stableford card out in very wet and unkind conditions. Not withstanding the fact that Steve Arundel came in with 40 points, big congratulations are in order as he also achieved one of the best things in golf, a hole in one! When he holed out with his 5 iron on the 17th hole. which is certain to brighten up anyone's rainy afternoon!