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Burapha A and B

With upwards of 300 golfers descending on Burapha you must take your hat off to the management and staff for their organization skills to make everything run so smoothly, we teed off right on time and were in in just under 4 hours. The day was a little hot but the course was in magnificent condition and a pleasure to play. With just 4 groups today with a new member joining the French connection doctor Claude he enjoyed his day out but did not play to his expectations although he had a good time. The scoring was pretty good with 34 points taking 4th place Tim Knight was the recipient of that award, third place went to Glyn Davies him being beaten on a count back by Gerard Lambert both scoring 35 points with Gerard taking second, and winning by a point was the big boy from Dubbo David O’Brien with 36 points off his adjusted handicap of 9. There were no two’s recorded.

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