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Middlesbrough/Cleveland Report and Results - 20th-21st June 2019

After a rather damp start to the summer, a more settled spell of dry weather greeted our group of 41 members in North Yorkshire, much to the relief of everyone who took part.

The June meeting was played on two attractive but very different courses, firstly at the tree-lined parkland of Middlesbrough GC and then on the second day over the rugged links of Yorkshires oldest course, Cleveland GC. It was 10 years since the previous visit to Middlesbrough but this was the first time that the society had played at Cleveland, Yorkshire’s only true links course and I’m sure it won’t be the last. Both venues were in great condition with excellent greens to test the skills of all that took part.

At Dinner, we were joined by the Middlesbrough club captain Mr Jim Taylor and his wife Hilary. Mr Taylor gratefully accepted the Society donation of £500 to further junior golf at his club from GSGB Chairman Giles Hinchcliffe.

The Founders Trophy for men was won by Paul Collier from Astbury with 69 points over the two days, narrowly defeating Ian Chamberlain on countback. The ladies Founders Trophy was won by Linda Cusack from Camberley Heath who scored 66 points, including an excellent score of 39 points on day 2. Kathy Ogden from Bath was the aggregate runner-up with 64 points.

Scroll left and right on the table below to see all details:

Trophy/Competition Winner Club Score
Aynsley Bridgland Founders Trophy Paul Collier Astbury 69
Linda Cusack Camberley Heath 66
Handicap Prizes Ian Chamberlain Frinton 69
Kathy Ogden Bath 64
Day 1 Prizes David Archibald Alnmouth 33
Mark Moorfoot Bath 32
Claire Jenkins Sand Moor 35
Delyse Wadkin Sand Moor 32
Day 2 Prizes Robert Brown Sand Moor 36
Gile Hinchcliffe Sand Moor 34
Linda Hill Bath 33
Jen Cusack Sand Moor 32

Course comments are taken with permission from the Top 100 Golf Courses website and the individual club websites.
All photos are either owned by GSGB or supplied by the relevant golf clubs and are shown with their permission.

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