The Club's Results

FaT vs. BPBC Golf Challenge, May Term 2005

First and Third golf team

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Richard Bullock Jacob Shepherd

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First and Third golf team, Sills/Mycroft
Graham Sills Chris Mycroft

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First and Third golf team, Bullock/Mycroft
Richard Bullock Chris Mycroft

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First and Third golf team, Summers/Holland
Alex Summers Daniel Holland

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First and Third golf team, Scott
James Scott

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First and Third golf team, Bullock
Richard Bullock

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First and Third golf team, Summers
Alex Summers

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First and Third golf team, Mycroft
Chris Mycroft

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First and Third golf team, Holland
Daniel Holland
Singles match 1
Scott lost to Byrne (walkover)
Cooking fajitas and mixing margaritas rather than playing golf. Blame Richard for scheduling me for an afternoon match when I told him I'd be cooking for my birthday party then. (James)
Oops, sorry about that. :-( (Richard)
Singles match 2
Bullock beat Mackowiak (2&1)
The 2 University golfers teed off first, and both of us managed to miss the first green comfortably. Jeff's good up and down for a 3 saw him take the first hole. Recovering somewhat, both of us hit the 2nd green and 2-putted for par. I missed the 3rd green and failed, once again, to get up and down, leaving Jeff 2 up after 3 holes played - and me struggling to get back into the match.

The turnaround came at the 4th. Jeff missed the green well left on the 4th hole, leaving a tricky chip to get close. Jeff's missed 4-foot putt on the 5th allowed me to get back to all-square. I went slightly long on 6, but had an easy up and down for a 3. Jeff found a horrid lie in the bunker, and was forced to play out sideways, with only an outside chance of saving par, which was not to be.

Having arrived at 1 up with 3 holes to play - a situation where I've managed to lose from a few times in University matches, it was important to ensure that I didn't give away holes stupidly. I found the middle of the 7th green - whilst Jeff hit his tee-shot slightly left and found a nasty lie in the rough. This led to another drop-shot for Jeff and saw me go dormie 2 up. At the 8th, we both hit the green, with Jeff's ball lying only about 6 feet from the pin. Having secured the par with a lag-putt, it was up to Jeff to make the birdie to stay in the match. As with many things in the round so far, luck was not with him, and the putt slipped past the hole, giving me a 2&1 victory. (Richard)

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2. Close
3. The tension mounts
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