- Written by Paul Nunn
Swansea Golf Club Results 8th August 2020
Today was a stableford event played in near perfect conditions. The course was again presented in excellent condition.
Overall Winner Len Evans 41.
Div.1 Winner Steve Dart 38 c/b, Runner Up Stuart Moore 38
Div.2 Ray Dart 36, Runner Up Gavin Todd 35.
Nearly but not good enough Jason Kerrison 37, Max Hall 36, Paul Nunn 36.
Nearest the Pin 6th/15th Len Evans 8th/17th Jason Kerrison.
Super Pins 4th/13th Stuart Moore, 7th/16th Steve Dart
Wednesday 5th August 2020
Ladies Mid-Week. No Play due to poor weather
Chicken Run (Scores Only)
Wednesday. No play due to Rain.
Friday. Jan Darke 31, Putts Lee Bennett 12.
Pinehurst Sponsored by Swansea True Value Hardware
A young man, his father and his grandfather were about to tee off to start their round when an incredibly good-looking woman walked up to the tee box. "Would you like to join us and make a foursome?" asked the grandfather.
"I would, but on one condition," replied the lovely young woman. "I prefer to select my own clubs and make my own putts without advice from men. Every other time I've golfed with men, they try to give me advice. Will you agree not to give me advice?"
The men all consented in unison, none of them being particularly good players.
As they soon realized, this young woman was a fabulous golfer. She was getting par on every hole. The men were wondering who would have the nerve to give her advice!
On the eighteenth hole, the woman found herself facing a 35-foot putt, with a severe undulation on the green. She studied it, and studied it, and studied it.
Finally, she said, "Gentlemen, I'm very happy that none of you tried to give me advice before this. I've never played a round with men when at least one of them didn't try to give me some advice. Right now, if I make this putt, I'll have par for the course, and I'm asking for your advice. If you help me and I make this shot, I'll sleep with each one of you!"
The young man rushed over, studied the putt, and said, "You have to aim for that small bush to the left of the hole, that should be the right break!"
The father ran over and studied the putt, then said, "No, I think you should aim at the knot on the log to the left of the hole, and that will be the right break!"
The grandfather walked up to the ball. "Heck," he said, calmly picking up the ball, "that's a gimme."