Tigers compete in March medal

PUBLISHED: 18:08 07 April 2009 | UPDATED: 22:06 26 October 2009

Tigers raise their clubs

Tigers raise their clubs

A LOVELY summer s day greeted the first out in March s Tiger medal competition at Mill Green Golf Club. Joining the regular Tigers for their free trial were Jake Cotgrove, James Boyling, Paul Bakewell, Jonathan Belt and Robbie Vertigan. With the main Tige

A LOVELY summer's day greeted the first out in March's Tiger medal competition at Mill Green Golf Club.

Joining the regular Tigers for their free trial were Jake Cotgrove, James Boyling, Paul Bakewell, Jonathan Belt and Robbie Vertigan.

With the main Tiger Club event looming, The Tiger Team Cup, many showed their game was on top form.

Millie Pratten took the lowest nett prize with a nett score of 20, while Ben Warne bagged the lowest gross trophy with 29.

Trained Brain went to Chris Thorn for his constant practise, which saw his game improve greatly. Joshua Frost continued his fantastic start to the Tiger Club, winning Division Three with 50 nett 23.

Hannah Screen won Division One, Robert Armstrong triumphed in Division Two, Amelia Pratten took the Division Four honours and Ben Warne was victorious in the Premier Division.

Parents also took part in the medal with the Beat The Parent event.

The Tigers have to Beat the Parents' shot onto the green to win a small prize.

This incorporates the parents into the Tiger Club, lets them experience the great golfing skills of the children and focuses the children on certain holes.

"It has been a great success and great fun," said Tiger secretary Pat Ready.

The Tiger Club also said farewell to original members Jack Grogan, James Griffin and Mark Jeffries, who have left to concentrate on their main course golf.

Celebratory sweets were given to all players while birthday wishes were sung to Jarvis Hinds.

YMG certificates were handed to those members who had recently passed their Bronze YMG course.


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