Xmas day special

Xmas day at Burapha and what a day out it was with 6 groups playing we just breezed around the course with no holdups at all. We played the recently opened and renovated A and B loops which were in excellent condition, the greens were a little fluffy but like good wine they will get better with age. A large thank you to Mike and the staff at Burapha for the lovely lunch that was served after golf absolutely perfect. We just played a stableford competition to have a fun day and some of the funny hats and the goings on back at the Billabong were something to behold, the spray stuff from the cans was everywhere up to the girls to clean that up. We will start with the two’s Barry Tregurtha, Glyn Davies and Theiry Petrement they were the only players the managed that. Mark Walters took 3rd place with 39 points, Gary Tassell just out of quarantine took 2nd spot with a fine 41 but the man of the moment playing off 17 handicap shooting 36 gross on the back nine to score 27 points and added 17 on the front nine to score 44 points and take the top prize was Barry Tregertha. A great round indeed mate well done.

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