Swansea Golf Club Results 29h August 2020
Today’s event was the first round of the annual FOBS (Freycinet, Orford, Bicheno, Swansea) challenge, this week played at the Orford Golf Club. Unfortunately, Bicheno withdrew this week.
Swansea Best Men Rick Dance 32, John Quinn 28 c/b Ladies Hannah Mackay 27 c/b Kathy Dance 27. Encouragement award, Chris Weeding, result lost.
FOBS Results at the end of round one, Orford 167, Freycinet 141, Swansea 140. The next round will be played at Freycinet.
Next week Monthly Medal
26th August 2020
18 Holers Winner Alison Smith 70, Runner Up Lee Bennett 71, 3rd Pat Hardcastle 71 4th Val Kemp 73.
9 Holers Winner Sally Fletcher 33, Runner Up Jenny Whittaker 34, 3rd Karen Moran 36, 4th Pip Cordno 40.
Chicken Run (Scores Only)
Wednesday. Alvin Douglas,30 Tim Bond 31, Putts Alvin Douglas 14.
Friday. Keith Breheny 25, Greg West 32, Putts Keith Breheny 12, Peter Lea 12.
Milo and Paddy are standing on the 18th tee at their Irish Country Club. They are the final twosome in the Irish Country Club Championship and are tied for the lead. The 18th hole is a beautiful par four with a deep valley, descending to a dogleg right.
Both Milo and Paddy hit long, straight tee shots which disappear down into the valley. A short time later, the fore caddie appears at the top of the hill and announces that both balls are within 6 inches of each other, but there's a problem. Both of the golf balls are Titleist number 4s.
Milo and Paddy look at each other and realise that they had not informed each other as to what kind of ball they were playing, nor its number. They quickly descend into the valley and, sure enough, their two Titleist golf balls are right next to each at the bottom of the valley in the middle of the fairway.
Paddy looks at Milo and says, "We had better get a ruling from a tournament official to straighten this out. This is the Irish Country Club Championships and we don't want to be disqualified for making a mistake and hitting the wrong ball. After all, we are tied for the lead.”
Soon after, a rules official appears and examines the two number 4 Titleist golf balls. He then looks up at Milo and Paddy and says, "Which one of you is playing the orange ball?