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Mixed pairs tournament benefits charity

benefits charityTHE MIXED CHARITY golf between Christmas and New Year has become a welcome break in the festivities.

This year the Ladies’ Captain’s charity is the Pembrokeshire Cystic Fibrosis Trust. The sponsor for the event was Steve Williams of Tenby Auto Centre, the Green, Tenby, and his sponsorship meant that the club could donate all of the entry fees to the charity. That plus the raffle (kindly run by David T. Morgan), and the twos sweep gave a grand total of £350 to a very worthwhile cause.

The Pro Shop also ran a draw and the lucky winners of £11 each were Richard and Dinah Reed, and Jean and John Charnock.

The scores were good with 15 pairs scoring more than 30 points. Just missing out on the prizes with 38 points were Sue Shooter and David Blackmore. Third place on count back went to Olivia and Robin Bradbury with 40 points, winning a black leather shoe cleaning set. Second were Chris and Carol Beecher with a better back nine and there prize was a golf umbrella each.

But the winners with 44 points were Mervyn Tucker and Heather K Morgan with 44 points (and a gross 78) winning a golf carry bag each. Mervyn thanked his partner and the sponsors for the event.

Provisional dates for diaries are Saturday, February 15 for the Valentines Mixed, and the Llewellyn Thomas Knock-out which will be drawn on Friday, February 28. Both competitions will be coming on the computer so keep an eye out for them.

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