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Saturday, 21 July 2018

Hough's It



Daniels reigned supreme after the 1st round of the Jeff Goldberg Trophy, with Daniel Bersiks leading on 43pts from Daniel Kangisser just 1 point behind. Below are the members who beat their handicaps, so scoring conditions must have been relatively user friendly.

1st Bersiks, Daniel
2nd Kangisser, Daniel
3rd Koor, Sandy
4th Delacour, Ian
5th Drue, Stephan
6th Barnett, Michael
7th Frangos, Nick
8th Heyman, Richard
9th Josset, Graham
10th Rabin, Derek
11th Rosen, Matthew
12th Sebogoane, Fredrick
13th Berger, Colin
14th Bytenski, Ryan
15th Minty, Mahamad Zaakir
16th Snaid, Marc
17th Treger, Gary

6
12
11
15
14
2
13
17
16
24
6
28
14
9
14
9
14
43
42
40
39
39
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
37
37
37
37
37

You can click on this link for the rest of the scores.

The 2nd and final round is this Saturday, and a lunch braai on the verandah will be part of the comp fee on the day.



Here are the latest updated lists, and you can click on the link for the rest of the standings.

 



Rory let another lead slip on a final day when Franky Molinari totally outplayed the rest of the field to win the Euro Tour’s flagship BMW PGA Championships at Wentworth on Sunday.

Rory has been guilty of this recently, but on the other hand, he’s getting himself back into contention more frequently, and he’s probably getting back to somewhere near his best.

Justin Rose won on the other side of the Atlantic in the Fort Worth event on the PGA Tour, but it’s a mystery to me why he was there in the first place, and not at Wentworth.

This week sees the Euro Tour in Italy, and the PGA Tour heads to one of its favourite Tour stops at Muirfield Village for Jack’s Memorial Tournament, and the usual strong field that it attracts, with new World #1 Justin Thomas teeing it up, new #3 Justin Rose also there, and a host of the best, including Tiger, Rory, DJ, JD, Ricky & Jordan. It’s a great course that always looks unbelievable on the eye, and tests these top players on every hole.

That’s about all for this week.

Hope you have a good one.

Kappy.
 
 
“Both these golfers see golf as a social pastime. It’s an opportunity to have an enjoyable outdoor hobby that they can enjoy with friends. They like to hit good shots but know they won’t have the time or inclination to commit to be as good they can be. But both could increase the number of good shots they hit quite easily if they looked for the easy, big wins open to most golfers.”
 
 
 

 
Your distance potential is determined to large extent by your clubhead speed and we
want to make sure you’re not losing out. We can do this using a combination of appropriate technique
adjustments and golf-specific fitness exercises.
 

Clubhead speed, as the name suggests, is the speed of the clubhead immediately before impact with the golf ball,
and it has a big impact on your potential distance.

 


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