What a pity the weather turned out to be so cold and wet. Joy had worked so hard, everything ran like clockwork, but you cannot organise the weather! Nevertheless it was an extremely successful day.
Without exception, every visitor I spoke to commented on a well run Open, superb food and an excellent halfway house and a lovely course.
The prize table was so attractive photos were taken and the raffle prize table was laden! Even the Lady Captain managed to win something, a bottle of Scotch and two bottles of wine!!
Jules Palmer and her partner Pat took first prize with a magnificent score of 46 points! Second place was secured with 40 points. Conditions being what they were, these were excellent scores.
There were twelve place prizes, four Nearest the pin prizes and amazingly ten '2's'. So a lot of people went home happy!
Best of all though the raffle raised nearly £400 for Macmillan Cancer Support .
A big thanks to Joy for her magnificent organisation and to her band of helpers, to Jules and Bob for braving the cold and being our starters and to Janet and David and their band of helpers for a lovely meal! And not forgetting all who have worked to ensure that the course was in excellent condition.