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OWBA Golf Day:2016

We had a frosty but sunny start to the day, and several new faces to add to the numbers.
19 Jun 2016
Golf Day Goes with a Swing
Golf Day Goes with a Swing
It was heartening to see Old Boys travelling from Devon, Wales, Somerset, Wiltshire and Kent to make the day a great success. Despite the challenges of the game itself, everyone had a good time with many WB stories being exchanged. Hopefully next year we will be able to attract a few more people to this lovely Chiltern course either to play or come for lunch.

The Winners from the Golfers were:

Best Individual Score: Graham Harrison.
Best Team Score: Duncan Oldreive and Matias Coombs.
Nearest the Pin on a Par 3: Myron Prosser
Mike Hannaford (56-64F)

(pic) Golfers and Lunchers.
They are from L to R:
Matias Coombs (67-72B), Duncan Oldreive (63-70C), John Ferguson(50-54F), Graham Harrison (59-66C), Myron Prosser (58-63C), Nick Dennis(56-61B), Mark Wightman (57-63C), James Jenkins (59-64C), Robert Cooper (57-64B), David Cummins(40-50G), Mike Hannaford(56-64F), David Spry (58-63C), Jeremy Philp (59-62B)

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