OCTOBER 21th 2018 Event Results From The OMIYA GOLF COURSE, Saitama.
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THE TOM FIELDING GOLF - JUNE'S MONTHLY MEDAL RESULTS.
Thank you all for attending the Monthly Medal for OCTOBER 21st, 2018, played at the OMIYA Golf Course, Saitama.
We where blessed with glorious weather on the day of this event, so it turned out to be absolutely great weather for testing our golfing skills on the very narrow fairways of the Omiya golf course. Special thanks to the management and staff of the the Omiya golf course, for presenting their golf course in excellent condition. The greens especially where in good condition and unexpectedly fast, which caused its own fair shar of problems for just about every one. Play was from the white tees which was fun to play from, so I'm sure the course would present some very interesting (nasty) challenges when played from the Blues and especially from the BACK Tees.
Here are the winners list from the OCTOBER 21st's Monthly Medal event.
BEST GROSS SCORE
Mr. Phil Rowe Winning Gross Score of 84 The count back method is to compare the net scores based on the hole rating, starting with the hardest hole which is rated #1. If this hole is halved then the process continues until a winning score is found.
BEST NET SCORE
Mr. Tim Reed Winning Net score of 72
BEST FAIRWAYS IN REGULATION Mr. Sachin Shah & Mrs. Misako Tsuruga (8 each)
BEST GREENS IN REGULATION
Mr. Tim Reed (6)
BEST TOTAL PUTTING (fewest) Mr. Geoff Bowman & Mr. Phil Rowe (31 putts)
BEST TOTAL SHOTS INSIDE 50 YARDS Mr. Phil Rowe (total of 43 shots)
NEAR PIN CHALLENGES
Out course: Hole #4 -Nobody hit the green
Out course: Hole #8 - Mr. Chris Mack
IN course: Hole #16 - Nobody hit the green
IN course: Hole #17 - Mr. Phil Rowe.
LONG DRIVE CHALLENGES
Out course: Hole #4 - Mrs. Misako Tsuruga
Out course: Hole #9 - Mr. Jim Takagi
IN course: Hole #14 - Nobody hit the fairway
IN course: Hole #18 - Mr. Chris Mack
THE LONGEST PUTT HOLES OVER THE 18 HOLE EVENT
Mr. CHRIS MACK (17m (51ft) in length)
Congratulations to all winners.
Competition results and Leader Board Points for the FEBRUARY Monthly Medal event.