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Steve Pryor most improved player
Shaun Brady highest score of the season in a single game with 40 points
Alan Mattey won the most consistency trophy with 29.83 points
|Isle of Purbeck GC||The winner of the day was Robbie Hall and the runners up were Alan Mattey and Ali Hewitt. The 'nearest the pin' was Alan Lambert and the 'longest drive' was Graham Price.|
Jim Corbin Cup
|Chedington Court GC||The overall winner of the Jim Corbin Cup was Ali Hewitt with Jim Corbin in second place and Shaun Brady in third. Nearest the pin went to our newcomer Tom Crabtree, and longest drive was won by Paul Ebsworth.|
|Bulbury GC||Shaun Brady 1st.
Rob Hall - 2nd.
Roger Duncanson - 3rd.
Alan Mattey - Longest drive.
Roger Duncanson - Nearest the Pin.
|Bridport GC||Alan Mattey won with John Spurdle coming second. A worthy third place went to Guy Storey.|
|Wareham GC||Roger Johns won closely
followed by Guy Storey and runner up Steve Pryor.
Nearest Pin - Roger Johns.
Longest Drive - Alan Mattey
Ali Hewitt won the "2's"
Rob Hall Hackers Trophy
|East Dorset GC||Winner Shaun Brady, Roger Duncanson second and John Spurdle in third. John also won the nearest the pin. Alan Mattey won longest drive. Alan also won the 2s twice and shared the prize money with himself|
|Queens Park GC||Winner: Alan Lambert,
Second: Mike Jones, Third: Paul Ebsworth.
Nearest the pin: Richard Chivers
Longest Drive: Russel White
|Canford Magna - Pairs Comp||1st. - Martin Debenham and
2nd. Ali Hewitt and Roger Johns
Xmas Cup of Good Cheer
|Bulbury Wood GC||1st Graham Price, 2nd Nick
George, 3rd Alan Mattey
Longest drive Guy Glanville
Two's won by Martin Debenham and Alan Mattey
Rob Hall's team 3 Guy Storey's team 6
The 2001 golf trip was arranged for the Autumn and this year the location was the south of Spain. We stayed on the Costa del Sol from 5th to 10th October. There was four rounds of golf on some wonderful championship courses and in gorgeous hot sunshine! All 20 places were reserved within two days of the trip being announced - clearly a testament to the brilliant job done by Guy Storey in organising last year's holiday - a very popular event.