RCP Vertans took on the club’s younger, better-looking players in the annual bar match. Feeling sympathetic, the youth team conceded 4 -1 on the day.
Experience prevailed, with most matches in favour of the younglings after 9 holes. A great fightback from the old boys and a deserved victory.
RCP Artisans beat the Parent Club 10 – 6 on Saturday. With near perfect conditions for the time of year, there were close battles in most matches.
Snowy and Jamie Marriott are 2019’s doubles knockout champions after beating Liam Fox and Ben Smith on the 21st hole!
The Billy Love Putter 2019 was won by Sam Killip and Joe Bryant. Sam and Joe won with 40 points, sinking a 15 ft birdie on 18 to beat Graves and S. Skirrow on countaback.
In a rare dry weekend, the Heathcote Foursomes was played over two days.
Jamie Marriott and Snowy took the title with a fantastic 71.
On a rare calm and dry day, Pete Morris put on a stella display to win the Cheetham Cup. Morris won with a net 70, winning on countback from Matt Login. Sam Killip recorded the lowest gross score with 78.
Sam Killip pipped Nick Jones to the knockout singles trophy, winning 2 & 1 in a tight contest. A great achievment for both players getting to the final
Phil Langley and Derek Hibbert won the Jock Mackay trophy with 41 points
RCPA beat Sundridge Park 5 – 3 at home.
RCPA beat Langley Park 5 – 3 at home. Wins for Snowy, Dean Oliver, Paul Lansdown, Liam Fox and Vince Peacock.
Neil Coles won his first RCPA singles title with a net 71. Out in 47 and back in 37. Neil was followed by Liam Fox (net 72) and Paul Lansdown (net 73).
RCPA’S team took on Gresham away, unfortunately falling to a 4 – 2 defeat. Wins for Chopper/P. Morris and J. Ellis/J. Marriott.
In near perfect conditions, Pete Morris won the competition with a superb 42 points. Chopper came second with 38 and Nick Jones third with 37.
RCPA lost 3 – 0 away at Langley Park
Ben Smith won the Rob Tray competition with a fantastic 38 points. In tough conditions this was a great peformance. Ben was pushed by Jacob Dainton, Martin Fry and Stuart Bennett – all shooting 37 points