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Captain Bob and his moon boot actually played today just for fun of course, it is extremely difficult climbing up and down to the tee blocks but with a little help from the caddy it does make for a fun day out, my thanks to the guys that had to put up with me also. The team played Lake and Ocean today and they were in wonderful condition as usual very consistant all around. With four groups playing we were away a little early with nobody in front it was just a nice leisurely round with no holdups at all. Apart from the Captain all the scoring was right up where it should be and it was a close call with the winners. George Barrie just back from Basra for his first game in a month took 3rd spot with a fine 37 points,(keep a look out Kevin he’s out to get you), There was a count back for the top placeings between Paul Assimus aka Asso and Glyn Davies both scoring 38 points with Glyn taking the top spot with the slightly better back nine. There was only one two coming the Basra Kid George Barrie. Next Monday the Billabong will be playing at Treasure in a rainbow event as Phoenix will be closed for a Tournament.

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