Fitz Golf Tour 2018 Day 3 - Monmouth
The Rolls of Monmouth is another interesting course, much more of a parkland nature, so it made a nice contrast to the previous two days. It is situated in lovely rolling countryside and played around the Charles Rolls mansion – which particularly makes a great backdrop to the 9th and 18th Holes.
By the end of the Tour, I think that I had managed to tire out everyone quite thoroughly – some were fit to drop and perhaps rather jaded at the Rolls, but I think that all agreed it had been a very enjoyable three days of golf and general good fun!
The Rolls of Monmouth Golf Club Results
Pairs Competition, better ball Stableford, full handicap
43 points – Stuart Lester and Lyn Powell (guest)
40 points – Mike Hamment and Charlie Brown (including 5 points from Charlie on the par 4 9th hole with tricky green!)
37 points – Fred Hartley and Eddie Butler
35 points – Pete Bennett and Ian Rosser and Colin Dunkerley and Graham May
34 points - Brian Hodge and Matt Hignell
33 points – Bob Barltrop and Ian Hall
30 points – Henry Croft-Baker and Byron Light (guest)
Individual Stableford competition – best scores:
36 points Mike Hamment (on countback) –
29 points Fred Hartley(on countback) –
28 points Eddie Butler
27 points Graham May
25 points Matt Hignell
Nearest the pin in 3 on the 7th: Eddie Butler (3 excellent blows on this very fine but difficult par 5)
Nearest the pin on the 13th: Ian Rosser (a great shot down the hill to a very narrow green, with a lot of water in front and to the right)
Longest drive on the 17th – Byron Light – way past Brian Hodge!
Nearest the pin on the 18th – Ian Rosser again (another great shot to the green in front of the mansion)
Putting competition – as usual, Colin Dunkerley!