TYDD ST GILES: Golfer misses out on county title
TYDD ST GILES golfer Paul Chaplain-Barton narrowly missed out on a county title at the weekend. Playing in the Lincolnshire Mid Amateur Scratch Championship, for over 35s, at Canwick Park, Lincoln, he scored a gross 72 to tie the lead. He eventually too
TYDD ST GILES golfer Paul Chaplain-Barton narrowly missed out on a county title at the weekend.
Playing in the Lincolnshire Mid Amateur Scratch Championship, for over 35s, at Canwick Park, Lincoln, he scored a gross 72 to tie the lead.
He eventually took second place when Steve Brattan from Cleethorpes won a sudden death play off.
This followed Paul's third-place finish in the same event two years ago.
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The previous weekend Tydd St Giles Golf Club held their 2009 Spring open, with 96 golfers taking part.
In very windy conditions Vance Brown, from Boston West Golf Club, came in with 46 stableford points annihilating the opposition.
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Jamie Stott was second with 40 points, with John Rose third 39 points.
All who played thanked the green staff for the excellent condition of the course, the club captain Jerry Erving thanked organisers Wayne Davis and Gino Ciuffini for their hard work.
There will be another open at the club in August.