Published: Saturday, 04 July 2020 18:00
Swansea Golf Club Results 4th July 2020
The July Monthly Medal sponsored by the Mah-Jong Group was played in fine and cool conditions, the light breeze abated late in the round.
Monthly Medal Winner Ray Dart 60 c/b.
Div1. Winner Tim Bond 60, Runner Up Ray Flynn.
Div2. Winner Alvin Douglas 64, Runner Up Alison Smith 65.
Nearest the Pin 4th/13th Stewart Moore, 5th/14th Lyn Lyne, 9th/18th Jim Morris
Super Pins 7th/16th Leza Thornton 6th/15th Dale Williams.
Wednesday 1st July 2020
Ladies Mid-Week Championship - Stroke
Played over 3 weeks – Week 1
18 Holes Winner Kathy Dance 59, Runner Up Alison Smith 60 c/b, Sally Siepen 60
9 Holers Winner Helen Hall 34, Runner Up Jennifer Whittaker 37 c/b, Linden Harris 37.
Nearest the Pin 3rd Leza Thornton 8th Lyn Lyne
Birdies Kathy Dance
Gobblers Lee Bennett
Chicken Run (Scores Only)
Wednesday; Greg West 29, Keith Breheny 20, Putts Chris Weeding 10.
Friday; Chris Weeding 31, Max Hall 31, Putts Jason Kerrison 12.
8th July Ladies Mid-Week Champs Round 2
11th July 4 Person Ambrose Sponsored by RA & KA Dance Builders
A golfer, now into his golden years, had a lifelong ambition to play the17th hole at TPC Sawgrass exactly the way the pros do it.
The pros drive the ball out over the water onto the small green that is on a small spit of land. It was something the golfer had tried hundreds of times without success. His ball had always fallen short, into the water.
Because of this, he never used a new ball on this particular hole. He always picked out one that had a cut or a nick, as did many other "average" golfers when negotiating very challenging holes.
Recently he went to Sawgrass to try again. When he came to the fateful hole, he teed up an old, cut ball as usual, and said a silent prayer.
However, before he could hit the ball, a powerful voice from above seemed to be booming out from the clouds, saying:
"Wait! Replace that old ball with a brand new one."
The golfer complied, with some slight misgivings, despite the fact that this same force seemed to be implying that he was going to finally achieve his lifelong ambition.
As he stepped up to the tee once more, the voice came down again:
"Wait. Step back. Take a practice swing."
So he stepped back and took a practice swing, certain now that this heavenly force was going to make his dream come true.
The voice boomed out again:
"Take another practice swing."
Dutifully, he did. He stopped expectantly and waited ...
A long silence followed ...
Then the voice again:
"Use the old ball."