On a day of good scoring at Malton, Whitby’s team posted an aggregate of 276 to finish in 7th position on the day, which leaves them in 8th position in the Pennant with 1088.
Kirkbymoorside had the best four-card total on the day with 268, ahead of Malton on 269 and Driffield and Filey with 273. Kirkbymoorside lead the way in the Pennant with 1054, with Driffield on 1062 and South Cliff on 1067.
Filey had the best individual score of 63, with Kirkbymoorside and Bridlington on 64.
Whitby scores were: 67 Martin Shackleton & Mark Kerr; 69 Alex Wiggins & Simon Walker, Adam Lyth & Peter Easton; 71 Neil Coates & Richard Marshall; 72 James Jewell & Alistair Lyth; 73 Chris Noble & Bob Scott. The last Alliance meeting this season is at Flamborough on Saturday 16th November.
Dave Jewell won the Midweek Stableford at Whitby with 43 points, pushing Colin Hood into second with his score of 41. Richard Brown, Brian Hurst, Malcolm Eglon, Terry Wilkinson and Bill Estill all had 39.
Saturday’s Stableford was won by Jim Hall with 41 points. Les Underwood, Clive Lyth and Mel Purvis had 39, Brian Hust had 38 and Robin Sisson 37. Paul Ventress and Simon Walker demolished the field in the Betterball on Sunday, their score of 63 giving them a six shot margin over James Morrison and Richard Marshall in second. Terry Wilkinson and Adrian Brown were third with 73.
In a change to previous plans, the prize presentation and dinner dance have been split up.
Presentation will now take the form of a fun game open to all on Sunday December 1 with a shotgun start at 9.30am, followed by the prize-giving at 2pm. Lunch will be available for £6 and can be booked at the bar. Entries for the golf are on a sheet in the lounge.
The dinner dance will now be at Dunsley Hall Hotel on Friday December 6 and can be booked in the lounge. The cost is £24.99 per person.
The golf club Finance Director Steve Ellis got the figures right this week as his number was drawn out in the 200 Club, winning £100.
Don’t forget the Rabbits Presentation Dinner at the club today (Fri), open to all members. The evening is bonfire themed, with fireworks. Contact Byron Blessed immediately if you want to attend.
Tony’s Tip: with the greens slowing down going into winter, your approach to putting should change with the conditions. You should gradually strike the putts more firmly, and as you do, allow less for any breaks you can see on the green.