Northants Golf


County Seniors v Derbyshire

 

Match at Breadsall Priory Thursday 6th August.

The course was in magnificent condition and although the yardage card shows 6200 yards, because of the incredibly hilly terrain it plays more like 7200 yards!  As you can see the morning was not a great result but we showed a good recovery in the afternoon and were desperately waiting for the last result from Phil and George, which would have given us a win.  However, it was not to be, although all the fourballs reached the last two holes.  Derbyshire showed  their normal hospitality and great camaraderie was enjoyed, as well as good fare

 

Martin Harris (Acting Captain)

 Greensomes

 

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Score Result  DERBYSHIRE Score Result

Ted Dunn & Geoff Dyson

     

David Kerr-Delworth & Vic Prince

   W

     2&1

David Dare & Jim Pagan       David Lesser & Paul Longden W 4&3
Peter Collins & Martin Harris      Paul Hanlow & Mick Bryan W  2&1
Tim Johnson & Phil Summers  W 3&1 Mick Jarvis & Terry Whittingham     
Neil Courcey & Dougie Hill  H - Keith Francis & Terry Haywood
 H   -
Phil Longworth & George Hiams     Dave Wall & John East
 W   3&2
Total 1 1/2 - Total 4 1/2
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Better Ball

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Score Result  DERBYSHIRE Score Result

Ted Dunn & Geoff Dyson

 W   2&1

David Kerr-Delworth & Vic Prince

   

       

David Dare & Jim Pagan       David Lesser & Paul Longden W 1up
Peter Collins & Martin Harris   W 2&1 Paul Hanlow & Mick Bryan    
Tim Johnson & Phil Summers     Mick Jarvis & Terry Whittingham W 1up  
Neil Courcey & Dougie Hill  W 1up Keith Francis & Terry Haywood
    
Phil Longworth & George Hiams     Dave Wall & John East
 W   2up
Total 6   Total 6  

 

Result : Northamptonshire Seniors 7 1/2 Derbyshire Seniors  10 1/2

Please find attached result sheet from the match at Breadsall Priory last Thursday against Derbyshire.  The course was in magnificent condition and although the yardage card shows 6200 yards, because of the incredibly hilly terrain it plays more like 7200 yards!  As you can see the morning was not a great result but we showed a good recovery in the afternoon and were desperately waiting for the last result from Phil and George, which would have given us a win.  However, it was not to be.  Derbyshire showed  their normal hospitality and great camaraderie was enjoyed, as well as good fare






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